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09/20/2016
By: Nancy C.
Indy Nut House
I made a purchase from this company it was a pump It appeared to be new in box got home and it didn't work. They wouldn't give me my money back and said you were only able to exchange the item.we don't live near this place and wanted to ship it back. They said they couldn't make an exception.
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08/27/2016
By: Threeca S.
Harbor Freight Tools
I will never buy anything else from Harbor Freight, we bought a generator from them gave over $250.00 for it, suppose to have a 2 year warranty, the thing would not even light a 100 watt bulb. We tried to take it back but because it had gasoline put in it they refused to take it back. But you can't test it without gasoline. Instead they gave us a gift card for not $250.00 but only $89.00. NEVER BUY ANYTHING FROM THEM.
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06/26/2016
By: Kim K.
Indy Nut House
These two owners are in litigation. To read the history of this business, go to the Indy Nut House Facebook page to the review.
09/27/2013
By: jeremiah.kiger.1
T & J's Custom Woodworking
This business is closed. It has been out of business for years, but the yellow pages doesn't remove the listing. Sorry.
Tips & Advices
Yes, most custom cabinet makers can also provide countertops, but the price of cabinets does not automatically include the countertops.
Yes, custom cabinets are available for basically any room in the house: bathrooms, bedroom, breakfast room, den, home office, library, and even laundry room.
Custom cabinets are priced by the linear foot. When building out a quote, the cabinet maker will factor in material cost, additional cost for special features, molding and trim, and the labor cost, including installation.
The time window for making custom cabinets varies according to how many workers are on the job. An efficient two-person shop should be able to build five or six cabinets per day. Some will outsource certain components, such as doors or rails, for greater speed. Regardless, woodworkers or cabinet-makers who know what they’re doing aim to finish build and installation within nine to 12 days. That said, many cabinet makers will give a four- to six-week time estimate because they’re also working on other projects, or they want to give themselves a cushion to complete the job. This timeframe does not account for the time needed to design, build the quote, and order any special materials.
Custom-cabinet finish types include stain, varnish, paint, and glaze. Stain and paint are both options for base coats. Varnish and glaze are options to use as topcoats over paint or stain. Acrylic and laminate finishes are used to create a glossy, shiny contemporary look atop engineered wood cabinets.

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