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Sue P

“Demolition & removal of kitchen cabinetry and flooring. Removal of ceiling “popcorn” (acoustic). Remove existing appliances for storage or disposal. Remove existing pantry and laundry room door. Bare out walls as needed as well as raising kitchen area ceiling and reinstalling new ductwork (HVAC). Install pocket door-laundry. Re-route gas, plumbing and wiring where needed. Replace inside and outside breaker boxes. Custom cabinetry as prescribed by owner. Re-design furr-down. New drywall and paint. Install all new lighting, sink, disposal, & faucet. Install ceiling fan in breakfast room. Install cabinet pulls, etc. Install new flooring and baseboard. New countertops and backsplash. Install new and saved appliances. Obtain permits and inspections as required. The word “kitchen remodel” actually includes work on the breakfast room and a portion of the laundry room. A three-month estimate was given and fulfilled. Professional contract provided. Timeline was followed stringently due to ongoing efforts of coordination of sub-contractors. Lots of “down” days can occur without this action by the general contractor. Even quality people need straw bossing. I had three days downtime, one of which was a national holiday, the others came about through poor judgment on the part of a sub-contractor. All was put right. This contractor deals with the subs very professionally and politely–no yelling, nor untoward antics. Inspections were scheduled in a timely, anticipatory fashion, which also avoided any delays in the work schedule. Quality of work, honesty of character and a genuine belief what one does for a living is what I expected and received from this business. Having someone working in your home can be worrisome–not so with Specialty Builders. Fine work.”