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01/08/2017
By: Jim C.
Plaza Hotel & Suites
Terrible.Stayed 1/3/17-1/4/17,in room within earshot to front desk.Constantdog arking for both days.Complained,but it did no good.Breakfast seen better days.Heat and air circulation are terrible.Couldnt recommend at the rate i paid.
01/04/2017
By: Jim C.
Plaza Hotel & Suites
stayed 1/3--1/4/17.had to complain of a noisy ,barking dog that was relentless,as well as their noisy owners.The complaint did nothing,and whats really bad,is rooms were located within earshot of front desk,so management could easily hear dog as well.I feel reimbursment is in order,as the stay here was like visiting a dog kennel.Breakfast seen better days as well
12/02/2016
By: Josh P.
EPIC Contractors
Excellent work at a very reasonable price!Nick and his crew from Epic Contractors built a spectacular 4 season addition onto my bi-level home with a composite deck. They were very professional, courteous, and respectful. Nick truly cares about the customer and their experience. I definitely plan to hire Epic again for all of my future remodeling projects. Nick is a very "down to earth" and honest guy and whenever I had questions he would always return my calls in a timely manner. Very thankful to Epic!!!!!
03/03/2016
By: Mike R.
EPIC Contractors
I hired Epic late last Fall to run my apartment units. Things have been great! Thanks for the great job!Mike
01/29/2016
By: Lindsay A.
La Quinta
Seemed to be a Clean room til I started looking at stuff . No trash bags in the trash cans, towleting issues (it doesn't flush), went to take a shower and the water doesn't drain. So for 81 dollars I wish we would of stayed elsewhere.
02/18/2015
By: Colleen K.
Rib Mountain Inn
Worst place ever Travel there every year and have great luck on that area People on phone have no idea and just agree than called and cancelled our reservation for 6Tried to discuss went all the way to owner who didn't care and was awful to talk to....didn't do a thing to rectify anythingAwful never been treated so awful ever
02/18/2015
By: Colleen K.
Rib Mountain Inn
Worst place ever Travel there every yearPeople on phone have no idea and just agree than called and cancelled our reservation for 6Tried to discuss went all the way to owner who didn't care and was awful to talk to....didn't do a thing to rectify anythingAwful never been treated so awful ever
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Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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