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By: Rosanna F.
HandyPro of Philadelphia
We had a sub contractor from Handypro (John Santini) come to our house to install interior french doors in our living room, which is now an office/living room. Paid for the french doors/blinds for the room. The contractor came to the house & put the doors in. We then realized these were outside doors and not interior doors. We went to look a the progress & realized there is a big bump in the floor now, along with a metal piece. The contractor blamed us for not knowing this (we were never told) and basically we should have told him before hand or before we installed (we NEVER saw the doors). The contractor said he would put a wood piece on the frame to save the look of it. After 2 months of emails back & forth, I stated I didn't want him coming. The owner of the company came to the house 2 months later with a red insert piece. The color doesn't match at all. He said he could take another piece of wood from our house with him. I said we are not doing that. He suggested us then buying another set of interior doors.Visually the doors look horrible in our living room/office. Our entire house has been redone & this visually looks horrible. We paid over $1500 for doors, labor & blinds. I advised the owner we are done with this company (David Fink--Area Owner)
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By: Kimberly U.
Classic Coachwork
I brought my Chevy Volt here for repairs following an accident. Mike and the others worked with the other party's insurance to get my car fixed in only a week! My car has a tricky 3-stage paint but they matched it perfectly- you'd never be able to tell it had bodywork done. They even detailed my car inside and out; I felt like I was picking up a brand-new car! I couldn't be happier and heartily recommend them for any car repairs!
By: Ryan H.
Tommy's Automotive
Tommy's Automotive went above and beyond to ensure my satisfaction when I urgently needed help with my broken-down BMW. She quit on me and was in urgent need of a new radiator. They quoted me a very competitive price but I chose to trade her in as the repairs on an old BMW come often. They were even outgoing enough to visit the shop on a Sunday for me to pick up the car and drop off a check. From start to finish I was pleasantly surprised with the customer service provided by Tom and his team. They continue to earn my business for life and deserve more than just a 5-star rating.
By: Cee T.
D M L Automotive Inc
Trusted honest experts! Been a loyal customer for 15+ years. Won't let anyone else work on my car. I have moved from the area and still travel to DML.
By: Mike K.
Car Cure
I would like to personally recommend Car Cure to anyone needing body work on their vehicles. My wife and I have been there two times, and both times they exceeded our expectations.
By: Charles Y.
Dave's Automotive Repair Ent.
I recently took my car in for some routine maintenence and to have a couple tires replaced and Kyle did a great job as always. I needed a Saturday appointment, i got it, and so did the rest of West Chester it seemed. The place was bustling like a bee hive, but the service was great. Not only was service great but everyone is always very nice and so is the price. Thanks again guys!
By: franpardo
Pardo's Automotive Inc.
Let us give you and your family fast and reliable service at a fair price. Fixed right first time!
By: _andrea
Car Cure
By far, the BEST body shop around. Professional, honest, friendly staff and superior work. In the last six years, I have gone through 3 unfortunate situations resulting in damage to my vehicle(s). Each time, I've taken the car to Car Cure for repair. And each time I picked it up, it was like driving a brand new car. These guys definitely know what they're doing. I only trust them and I'll never go anywhere else!!
By: curtisautomotive
Curtis Automotive Center Inc.
The guys at Curtis Automotive have been doing annual maintenance on my Subaru Forester and Ford F-150 for over 5 years now. The prices are competative and the work is done in a timely fasion. I ever had my transmission replaced with a guarenteed rebuild transmission on my Forester and its still going after an addition 50,000 miles. Great job!
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.
The price range for toilets varies from $200 into the many thousands because of variables like best-flushing performance (single vs. dual flush), self-cleaning capabilities, design (one- or two-piece), and special features, like heated seats. Cosmetic elements, such as the color and the material of the toilet, also factor into the cost. Experts agree that the most expensive toilets do not necessarily function the best.
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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