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We retained Chris Black to renovate the common hallways and lobby of our 49-unit strata complex with new lighting, carpet and tile, ceiling finishes etc. Chris’ project bid was competitive and, unlike the other bids we received, provided details of materials, labour and contractor costs rather than a mysterious total cost with no explanation. The open communication and clear information on costs continued throughout the project, and Chris worked patiently with strata council every step of the way, coming up with creative solutions to some design challenges we encountered. The quality of workmanship of Chris and every one of his sub-contractors was excellent, and in addition, Chris himself was honest, professional and friendly throughout the project. He even noticed and took care of a few minor repair issues that were not part of the renovation project! Highly recommended.
- Company Response
Thank you Katherine for the kind words, We greatly appreciate that you took the time to write such a positive review.