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A review for No Butts Plumbing
We were replacing the toilet in our downstairs bathroom shortly after purchasing our new house. Seemed like a fairly simple project...and it was...until we discovered that toilet in on a concrete base, and something was broken and the flange needed to be replaced. As we did not have the tools for this (needed a concrete drill, and the ones were bought just were NOT working for us), and were getting very frustrated trying to get it fixed, we decided to hire someone to do it for us. They were able to come out quickly, and get it all done for us before our house warming party. They were prompt and finished quickly. Would definitely recommend them to others in the future.0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
A review for Dynamic Edge Construction
In our last house, we were refinishing the hardwood on the main floor. We asked some of our friends if they had anyone they would recommend and that is how we heard about Dynamic Edge. They were pretty quick getting back to us with an estimate and got the work completed quickly. However, due to the age of the house (the floors were original) they were not able to refinish it as it had been refinished too many times previously. They ripped out the old flooring and put in new flooring instead. It looks awesome. They were very helpful and I would definitely recommend them0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
A review for Home Depot - 137 Ave NW - Edmonton
At our old house, we did a bathroom remodel of the main bathroom, and hired contractors through the Home Depot to do the project for us. Everything was replaced in the bathroom (tub, toilet, vanity), and we had a new tub/ shower with a surround put in, as well as new toilet and vanity, and mirror. They did a fairly good job. Howver when we opened up the acces panel several months later to turn off water to the tub, we discovered that they had taken a shortcut in there. We had heard some rattling when the tub was filling and that's why we had opened the panel. They had put a block of wood in there and rested the water pipe on top of the wood on top of another pipe. Not too impressed there. Other that that though, everything was good. They took quite a while to get the project done, but it looks nice.0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
A review for Leduc Plumbing & Heating
We bought our house in August 2012, and everything was going good. Then, just as the cold weather hit, we discovered our furnance had stopped working. We called these guys and they came out within a couple of days to take a look at it. Unfortunately, it was pretty busted since it was the original furnace, but they were able to do a little fix on it to get us through until they could come out and replace the furnace. A couple months later, the hot water tank went. Huge leak across the floor... We gave them a call and they came out that same day to replace it. I liked the service, they were very prompt.0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
A review for Ashley Furniture -
My fiance and I were looking at Ashley Furniture, looking for items to purchase for our new house. As we have not yet taken possession of the house, it was mostly just looking to see what stores had things that interested us so that in the future we knew which stores to come back to. We were amazed at the amount of selection and styles offered at Ashley. While we were looking, I spotted a hutch for a china cabinet in the clearance area. Knowing that my mom had been looking for a while to find a hutch that met her needs and her budget, in a similar color to her current furniture, I let her know about it. The hutch was on sale (down from $895 to $500) and then clearance priced further (at $250). I called my mom up and let her know. She was so happy, her search for a hutch was over, and she paid less than she ever thought she would for a hutch that would go with her furniture. I would definitely shop at Ashley again in the future.0 of 0 people found this review helpful.
A review for Habitat For Humanity Edmonton Restore - South
We were looking at re-doing our kitchen countertop with tiles instead of the laminate that was currently on. We went to many stores to price out tiles, and based on the costs that we found elsewhere, we figured we would have to push the project back quite a bit in order to save more up for what we wanted. Then I remembered my mom talking about ReStore. We went and took a look at what they had in stock. while we were there, we found enough boxes of a creamy white 12"x18" textured tile to do the counter tops. We also found while we were there, several sheets of smaller decorative tiles that matched the tile we had picked for the counter tops perfectly that we could use for a backsplash. All in all, we spent around $180 on tiles. WAY less than we would've been spending had we stuck to home depot or rona....Awesome find!0 of 0 people found this review helpful.