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By: Charleen B.
Frank Arnold Contracting
Hi Mr Arnold. This is Charleen Keith's girlfriend. This is awkward but Keith wanted me to ask you if you could put some money on his books for phone calls. His family has spent 2,???.?? Dollars on his phone calls in the past 2 months and they are scraping to keep him in touch with me and the kids and paying the lawyer at the same time I am asking because he told me that you said if you could help out to let you know. If you can't I really appreciate everything that you have done for him. Thank you very much Again Thanks. CharleenMy # is 215-407-7917
By: Jessica K.
Black & Poole
Do not trust the owner of this company with your money. She will lie to you and disrespect your time. If you want a project that will run smoothly, hire another firm.
By: Tony A.
Nation Contractors
I hired Nation Contractors to do my master bathroom, they have done a great job, always showed up on time, they always make sure to clean up after them and the result came perfect.
By: Kara N.
Azteca Construction Inc.
A typical contractor team who goes into a renovation job trying to do everything, but with the lack of professionalism and knowledge, they leave the client without a properly working HVAC as well as other items not being up to code. No work permits are pulled to do the work...Hmm ...illegal work ?? Thanks, but no thanks.
By: Shanique B.
Dixon Plumbing Contractors
KD and his team came out here in the logan section and did the damn thing to my full water services ����������������price was not too high not too low it was just right and they stayed here until we had running water.����������������Thanks yall again i highly recommend this team to anybody or anyone that needs plumbing services done in or out at a reasonable price and they get the work done all in one day now what plumbing team can do that!!!������������������������
By: auajr4
Dignity Community Construction, Inc
A great business......I have know these folks for over 10 years and their intentions are for each new client to be satisfied well enough to become future repeat customers. High quality home remodeling workmanship coupled with their friendly attitude and professionalism makes them the clear choice when trying to decide on a contractor in Philadelphia.
By: melissalong
Bella Brothers Construction
I'm back again! Although this is my first time leaving a review for Bella!!! I have had both my kitchen and bathroom remodeled by Tom and Bella Brothers. I have nothing but great things to say about this company. I was so happy I decided to call Bella, the girls are so sweet in the office and very accommodating. Tom was prompt on all his appointments scheduled with me, and kept in touch throughout all my remodels (both kitchen and bathroom renovations). I was really scared I was going to be out of the loop and not understand what was going on during construction, but the men were so nice to explain things to me, and their processes. I'm sure I was a pain, but they never showed it on their faces :) I chose to have Bella remodel my bathroom after my kitchen because of their diligence while working on my kitchen. I couldnt imagine a better company to tackle such big jobs for me. so thank you again guys and look forward to that basement renovations we've been discussing! Sincerely,Melisssa!!!
By: James S.
Penn Ellis Inc
I hired Ellis Penn & O'Connor to deal with my issues with the IRS. All of the actions taken by the IRS was getting to be a little too much on my business, but they just requested some simple documents from me and from there got my penalties released and the interest drastically lowered. All of the letters and threats from the IRS stopped. I was then put into a payment plan that was affordable for my business when the IRS wouldn't even consider that low of a payment before. The staff I had contact with were extremely professional and thorough in everything they did. I really appreciate everything you guys have done for me. Because of you guys I can get back to work and not have to worry about losing my business. Thanks.
By: Barbara H.
Bella Brothers Construction
Hi Tom,I just wanted to send you a small note about my latest remodel completed by your staff. I really, really appreciated the courtesy and kindness afforded to me at a very stressful time, with my Mom being sick. Your thoroughness of explaining the work was outstanding as well as the quality of work that was done on my bathroom and my walls which had water damage. Thank you for keeping me informed and the constant follow up as the work was being completed.Your staff is amazing!I will continue to recommend Bella Brothers to friends, relatives, neighbors, and colleagues.Once again thank you for your kindness.Barbara
By: Danny H.
Cucinotta Joseph M Accountant
While discussing why our tax returns had been improperly prepared by his office, Joseph Cucinotta Jr. used profanity towards me before disconnecting our call. When I called the office back, Jr. had run and told his father he was unable to provide me with adequate service. While Joe's dad admitted the service I had been provided was unacceptable, and stated that he "could not condone" his son's behavior, he provided me with no resolution. After his father forced him to speak to me again, Joe Jr. insinuated that if I "came down there", we might resolve this matter "outside his office". Threatening someone with violence at all is unprofessional. Threatening someone with violence while you are cowering behind your daddy is comedic. Joe Sr. and his son lack any sense of responsibility or professionalism. I cannot suggest looking elsewhere for answers to your financial questions in any stronger terms.
Tips & Advices
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Full-service interior design starts with an assessment of a site and the client’s long-term needs for that space. It encompasses concept design, floor plans and lighting plans, providing project specifications to contractors, supervising  contractor negotiations and installations, applying for permits, and shopping for all the materials and pieces for the project. On top of this, there are the “decorator” deliverables, i.e. creating the aesthetic of the space, selecting wall colors/covers and furniture pieces, purchasing products and installing them.
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