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Featured Reviews for General Contractors in Bedminster

AF Contractors LLC
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 2, 2023
“Anthony (AF Contractors) has completed a number of home projects for me, most recently putting 3 new roofs on my large home. His pricing is fair and reasonable, and he remains true to his estimates. The crew showed up on time and worked overtime (at night) to complete the roofing project when rain was forecasted. Anthony is onsite at the start, and also reviews the work to ensure it is done to his standards and that the work site is cleaned up. I can't say enough about Anthony and his work, and I've referred him to several friends who have also hired him. He's my "go to" contractor for all my home needs. Hire him and you won't be disappointed!”
Monk's Home Improvements
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 4 out of 5 starsOctober 5, 2012
“We have used Monks several times. Our most recent project involved refinishing our floors and painting some inside of our house. These guys answer their phones, show up on time and give you a quote on their first visit. Then they started on time and finished on time. They weren't the cheapest way to go, but they were the only company I found that could handle the painting, floors and carpentry without subbing everything out. We felt it was worth the money to have one company running the entire project and we were right.”
Revival Builders
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 4, 2022
“Great work as always. This is the second job they have done for me and when the 3rd one comes along they will be getting that business too”
A&Z General Contractor LLC
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsOctober 14, 2021
“My experience with A&Z General Contracting has been phenomenal. They mean exactly what they say and ask all the right questions to get the desired results that I wanted. They move fast but efficiently. They are always on time and delivered excellent customer services skills. I will continue to utilize A&Z with any future work that I have for my home and recommend them to anyone who asks me about a general contractor.”
Munz Construction
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsFebruary 10, 2013
“repaired storm damage to siding by re-using existing material and repairing same for re-installation. Also removed and corrected prior window cspping for better fit.”
A B Graham Contracting
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsDecember 16, 2014
“Drew remodeled my entire kitchen along with two new double hung series energy package windows with capping. The kitchen looks 100% better! What I can say is I do not trust many contractors to do the work, but Drew's professionalism and his work was A+ along with his reliability. In addition, his price is extremely fair and will work with you on the important needs of the project. I have and will continue to recommend Drew's work to all of my family & friends.”
Doylestown Builders
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 4 out of 5 starsJune 27, 2013
“UPDATE: I heard back from the installers and they were able to address and resolve almost all of the issues I listed below. I appreciate the effort they made. I really like my new kitchen now that all of the issues are resolved. ORIGINAL REVIEW: This review is for people choosing an installer for an IKEA kitchen. We decided not to do it ourselves and instead hire the installer that works with IKEA. In this case we got Doylestown Building and Remodeling Company. Initially I was very happy with their work and their main installer seems like an honest straightforward worker. There were a few problems, however. First, the installer, although experienced with other forms of remodeling and building, had very little IKEA installation experience. He frequently was not sure how something was supposed to be installed. This would have worried me less had I not noticed that he did not always read the IKEA manuals that came with the items to install. We were only his 3rd IKEA kitchen that he installed, even though there were other installers in the company who had plenty of experience. Then, due to issues with another worker, the installer did nearly all of the work alone, without help. Although many parts of the kitchen can be done with one person, some tasks really are two person jobs. In fact, three times I was forced to stop what I was doing (I work from home) to help him move an appliance or help with something that required more than one person, because he was on his own. One time after this happened I said, "Next time you should have someone come with you, because this is a two person job." Sure enough, the next time he showed up alone and I had to help him again. When the kitchen was finally finished, on the whole at first I was pretty happy with it. But after I while I noticed some problems that really should have been taken care of, and that I will either have to live with or find a more capable company perform. 1. A shim was left hanging out around 4 inches below a cabinet. This will have to be trimmed. It seems to me extremely unprofessional to leave something like this when finishing a job, but NOT SURPRISING since the business owner rushed the work through and the main installer was working on his own. 2. Because of the rush, absolutely no cleanup was done after the fact. I had to dispose of a large bag of construction waste, there was sawdust all over the kitchen floor, and found sawdust in most of the drawers and cabinets that was never removed. Oh and there was never any effort during the install to tidy up after either. They installers got sawdust all over the floor & some of our belongs in the adjoining room. 3. The toekick installation is really messy, it just looks amateurish. Any homeowner with a table saw could have made a toekick that looked as good or better than what they did. There are very visible gaps where the pieces meet. 4. Two drawers were chipped/scratched during install. Not large chips or scratches, but still *not* acceptable for the install of a *brand new* kitchen. 5. MOST DISTURBING OF ALL: we planned the kitchen with an IKEA associate, who specified all of the pieces that would be required for the install. One major piece, a large cover panel to be used for support of the kitchen counter, was never used. When I asked the installers for clarification on why this piece was left over, I received no reply. As far as I know, the kitchen counter *appears* stable but could just as easily fall apart. Based on how it's installed, it isn't possible to look behind the part that was installed to see how sturdy it actually is. Based on these issues, I sent an email to the project manager. After not receiving any reply for two days, I sent a followup email. After *another* 2 days the manager's boss sent me a noncommittal apology along with an offer to "refund" $35 as a "gesture" to cover "some of your costs of cleaning, etc.". No mention was made whatsoever of my other, more pressing concerns. In response I sent another reply, again outlining the complaints I had with the install, complaints more serious than having to clean up. Honestly I think the inability to clean up after the install is a bad sign; it shows a lack of pride over workmanship and is almost like leaving a project uncompleted. OH, and let's not mention that for some reason, even though we pretty meticulously planned all of the components we would need for the kitchen (and cross-checked inventory on delivery), we still ended up not having all of the right hardware installed where it needed to be, and the installer lost a necessary piece of hardware for one of the drawers that we will need to go to IKEA and replace ourselves. Honestly, if they had just put the smallest effort in addressing my real complaints instead of offering me a token gesture of $35, I probably would not be leaving this negative review. But it's been over a week with no response, and I would rather people be aware of these issues. Was this review …?”
UNO GROUP HOME IMPROVEMENTS
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJanuary 20, 2017
“Joe and the rest of his team not only do excellent work but provide excellent customer service as well. Their attention to detail is what differentiates them from some of the other contractors in his market.”
Fascella Construction
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsJuly 17, 2014
“They did our bathroom renovation. It had been two years since they did it, and we just love our master bathroom.”
MC Home Improvements & Construction
General Contractors in Bedminster
Average rating: 5 out of 5 starsApril 28, 2013
“They gave me a 900 sqft 2nd floor addition with entire 1st floor alterations. This project included a kitchen, three baths, hardwood flooring, roofing, siding, windows, two decks, etc!! They also built a detached garage and took care of all my landscaping. The project was a huge success. They did what was promised and finished before the expected complete date. There price was fair and they stuck to it. There were no extra charges as the project was being done. They were on time, respectful, professional and pleasure to deal with. Everyone in their crew was excellent.”
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