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03/17/2017
By: Sally G.
Healthy Spaces
Unprofessional. Worker was an hour late, and had sagging pants...I had my children stay in the other room as he was cursing while working. When I told him to stop he just rolled his eyes at me.Basement still has issues...will go to another company for better quality service.
10/25/2015
By: lyn.hayden
Bath Fitter
Overall, average. Installation in one day as promised. However, did not receive the non-linear floor I ordered. Felt I was talked into wheelchair accessible floor. Doesn't work leaks all over the floor every time. Have to cover floor in towels. Having another contractor fix itď
10/06/2015
By: Janice W.
Healthy Spaces
Great company to work with, always friendly, efficient and family oriented. Basement is great now. So glad we called Healthy Spaces!
10/05/2015
By: Trevor M.
Healthy Spaces
I can't remember all their names but do want to mention Glenn as being very helpful and professional. I'm Impressed with this company & the service they give.
09/29/2015
By: Karly K.
Healthy Spaces
Great company that I highly recommend. Came out to our home & gave a FREE in-home estimate! Made sure our basement and crawlspace were free of mold. Thanks again for the excellent service. We will be sure to send your business to our family & friends. :)
09/21/2015
By: browne8200
Healthy Spaces
They showed up on time, were courteous and took care of our home efficiently and effectively. Would recommend them and would use them again if we had any other water damage issues. Thanks guys you were great.
07/24/2015
By: Guy H.
Healthy Spaces
Healthy spaces were fantastic. Prompt, courteous and went out of their way to advise us of areas where mold could grow again. Amazing! If all companies could care as much for their clients safety! Top notch!
07/22/2015
By: Steve B.
NN Home Repair
Did they ever deliver the shingles and finish the job?
07/14/2015
By: jared.clark.58118
Lewis H A Heating Cooling & Plumbing Inc
They claim to have 24 hour emergency service I called them at 9:30 and nobody called me back I find out at two in the morning that nobody's going to be out I'll have to wait until morning!!! Thanks a lot for making me sit up waiting for you all night!!!
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07/07/2015
By: Delea W.
NN Home Repair
Beware!! Does not follow through with what he says.Just one Example, Will have shingles at your house monday morning,no shingles,no call, no text.
Tips & Advices
According to experts a bathroom remodel might not recoup return on the original investment. However, it is one of the key renovations that can make potential buyers want to make an offer…or not. Homebuyers look for bathrooms with updated plumbing, convenient layout, and a pleasant aesthetic. That said, in older houses, where bedrooms far outnumber bathrooms, it’s advised to spend the money on a bathroom addition instead of gut-renovating the original bathroom.
Yes, bathroom remodeling contractors often offer financing. Many homeowners prefer to refinance or take out a home equity line of credit. But others will see if the contractor can connect them with a lender who will set up some other type of loan. There are many types of loans available: secured and unsecured, personal, and those backed by the Federal Housing Administration.
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Heated bathroom floors are a popular way to warm up typically cold tile floors and keep people comfortable in their bathrooms, even when it’s chilly outside. The proper term is “radiant heat,” and it describes various methods of heating from under the floors. The least expensive method, which is popular for small spaces, uses an electric mat. Larger spaces might have electric heated coil systems installed under the tile, or hydronic systems where heated water is run through pipes below the flooring.
A bathroom renovation usually takes two to three weeks, if it’s a relatively small and straightforward job. Expect larger or more complicated remodels to last five to six  weeks--not including any delays due to special material or permits. If you’re doing a gut renovation, which includes permits, specially ordered materials, and possibly up to a dozen different tradespeople, you should realistically expect it to take  three to five  months to complete.

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