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01/27/2017
By: Heather F.
Western CT Builders
I signed a contract with Western CT Builders owner Mark Medeiros and provided a 50% cash deposit for the installation of a stone walkway and the remodel of 2 bathrooms. He completed the 2 bathrooms months later (not timely, as there were multiple excuses for not showing up on the days he said he would), and Mark collected on the balance for that work. He told me he would be over the following week to start the walkway. Never showed, and did not return phone calls and emails. I filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau. Mark never responded to that either. I filed a claim in small claims court, and received judgment in my favor. Buyer beware. This is not someone you want to do business with.
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07/13/2016
By: Sherry J.
Nicoletti Home Improvement
Nick and his crew are great people! they are on time quick and professional. I highly recommend Nicoletti Roofing! They also do painting, masonry, gutters (and cleaning) siding and just about all roof types!!
12/23/2014
By: Luz M.
Carpenter Home Repair & Remodeling
Exceptional service!!!! Very detailed!!
05/12/2014
By: Walter A.
Walter Avila Home Improvement LLC
With our attention to detail and dedication to delivering the highest quality work possible , you can rest assured knowing that your project is in the hands of an extremely talented and knowledgeable team of employees you can rely on Walter Avila to guide you through every step of the preconstructionphase .Walter Avila takes pride in providing its clients with expert advice .
06/03/2013
By: alicia.mulieri
castro's painters,llc
I used Castro painting for interior painting, exterior power washing, deck and garage door staining, rotted window frame repair and paint touch up. I have never seen people work so hard before. They hand sanded all my decks, railings and doors. They were here everyday for a month, except when it was raining. The owner texted me when they were not coming usually due to inclement weather. When I added an interior project, they did that job the folowing day. The owner and his workers are honest and trustworthy. I already recommended them to our friends. The prices are more than fair and the quality of work was good. I am not sure who provided the other review however, my experience with them was quite different.
Tips & Advices
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A screen-door closer, or a pneumatic cylinder, is a device connecting the screen door to the door jamb. It is usually located at the top of the door and is designed to close the screen door automatically after opening. They can be easily adjusted to quicken or slow the door’s closing speed.
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