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05/16/2016
By: Jordan J.
SoFlo Home Design
Erik, Jamie, and the rest of the SOFLO HOME DESIGN crew really impressed me with their all around process of transforming my kitchen in Admirals Cove. It just so happens Jamie "The Owner" and I might be long lost relatives; Reunited;) Any who, I would recommend these fine folks to any of my friends in Jupiter. Jamie tells it how it is and commands authority over her design and management of her job in its entirety. She does not put up with shenanigans which really made us LOVE her even more!!! She is very forthcoming and follows through with every detail outlined in her contract. Throughout the course of our job, Jamie and I became close friends. Ill have it be know that the negative comment she received was from a gentlemen that belittled her for being a successful woman. She declined to work with him so he scorned her with inappropriate feedback. Shame on you sir. WE LOVE JAMIE AND SOFLO HOME DESIGN!!! KEEP UP THE AMAZING KITCHENS!!!
06/19/2013
By: frenchmanscreek
SoFlo Home Design
I had the pleasure of meeting Jamie Janson(Owner) of SoFlo home Design on a mutual dinner cruise on our friends boat. We began talking about kitchen design as we were looking for someone we could trust in a full kitchen remodel. During our transitional tention Jamie assured us of the end product. Our new kitchen didn't meet our expectations, it far exceeded them; So much so that we have now completed our six bathrooms as well:) I highly recommend Jamie Janson and SoFlo Home Design to treat your home as they would their own and provide every product and service as specified! -Hermes
07/01/2016
By: Samone L.
SoFlo Home Design
Jamie and SOFLO HOME DESIGN were referred to us by the "Keivers" in Tequesta Country Club. We saw their beautiful kitchen with the baby in the picture and absolutely fell in love. Jamie made this process seamless and did exactly what she said she was going to do. Our new Floor and Kitchen look incredible.-Samone
12/17/2014
By: Mikell H.
AG Design Showroom
We used AG Designs for our flooring all over the 3500 square foot house. Some is hardwood and some is marble. Every bit of it is just perfect and the workers were so polite and neat while the job was in progress. I highly recommend AG Designs for quality and reasonable cost.
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09/08/2015
By: Kristen K.
Pacillo's Custom Furniture Company
Pacillo's Custom Furniture is in a league of their own. The creativity, craftsmanship and quality far surpasses any other companies offering the same services. Pacillo's offers what is now turning into a lost art form.
01/18/2017
By: Mist A.
Custom Cabinetry & Beyond Corp
Custom Cabinetry does some amazing work! I highly recommend Custom Cabinetry. Herbert is very knowledgeable and handled everything!
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