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03/06/2017
By: Samuel S.
Time Wine & Spirits
These guys are happy to take the money from African Americans but will call you out of your name in a minute. Dont support this business.
02/17/2017
By: Jack N.
The Raystruction Group LLC
Great Company, I was called back quickly about my project, Which was a simple cabinet installation. Was given a price that was just right. The guys were just a bit late to getting the job done, but I did appreciate their attention to details.
09/24/2016
By: Nannie S.
Miller's Beverage Center
Excellent service, very nice gentleman. I will definitely visit again as soon as my stock depletes. Thank you sir for serving our wonderful community.
04/25/2016
By: Reba W.
Coleman's General Contracting
The worst contractor I have ever had in my home. He is rude, unprofessional and does terrible work. I paid him and he never completed the job. If you care about the job that you are paying lots of money for, DO NOT USE COLEMAN CONTRACTING. On a scale of 1 to 10, I give him a minus 8.
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03/29/2016
By: Amy B.
Hi Standard Liquor
New owners now that are very friendly! Super fun to talk to! Cheaper prices than surrounding stores. Beer is always served cold.
12/10/2015
By: John S.
John Stevens Construction
We are sorry you had a issue and just now are hearing about it. Sorry but if you don't let us know you have or had a issue and let us fix it for you. You just can't just say bad things about company. We have always stood behind work we have done on a project!! It would of saved you the 3,000. Maybe next time pick up a phone and gives us a call..
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05/23/2015
By: Sandra R.
Van's Liquors
Will never go back due to crappy customer service. Today I went in to get a special bottle for a celebration gift. I asked the dolt sitting at the register with locating a particular spirit and her reply was, "it's there somewhere." Well, so will our future business and that of all our neighbors. Good luck paying for that major renovation with fewer customers.
05/16/2015
By: Mark J.
Time Wine & Spirits
They never open on time. If you go at 10 AM they still won't be open at 10:30 when they open the doors are locked and no one is there. at 12 on Sunday. Never open on time.
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05/12/2015
By: Cindy H.
Home Services
Fantastic design ideas and attention to detail really went a long way towards my new kitchen remodel. I'm very happy with the results. My kitchen just 'wows' everyone who sees it. Highly recommended.
01/31/2015
By: Michael C.
Miller's Beverage Center
The guy with the limp was immediately annoyed when I came in 15 minutes before closing and actually said "tick tock we're closing soon". After bringing up my purchases he commented that they're open all day and why do people wait until they're closing to come in. When I replied that they're still open and If they don't want people there they should close earlier, he told me I'm right and took my stuff away and told me to leave. When I asked if he's the owner he called the police on me. What kind of business is this?
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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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