When you’re buying a house, you sometimes walk into a place and just know that you’re home. That’s how we felt about the house we bought recently, even though it was 29 years old and everything about it was very 1990s. We saw through its tired style to what it could be and brought David and his crew to tackle the facelift that this house needed to turn it into our dream home.
It was very important to us that this renovation be done quickly because we were going to live in the house while it was going on. We have a 7-year-old daughter, so it was especially important to get her room and one bathroom completely finished before we moved in.
David understood our time concerns and more than met the challenge: we closed on the house on Tuesday, met with David on Thursday, and the demo started on Saturday. By the time we moved in, less than 3 weeks later, our daughter’s room was in perfect condition with new paint and new carpet, and we had a working bathroom as well.
David’s commitment to this project was shared by the whole construction crew. They were always at the house on time and stayed until the day’s work was done. It was so exciting to see the progress they made every single day!
This renovation was such a refreshing change from the experience we had in our previous house where a project dragged on because the crew and the contractor kept ghosting us. On that previous project, they did show up, they’d spend less than a full day at the site, often making no visible progress but leaving plenty of mess behind.
David and the crew went above and beyond in multiple ways. They were very fastidious in the little details, never cutting corners and always making sure that the work was done right. We had the same crew for the entire 8 weeks, so we got to know them, had meals with them, and by the end we considered them our friends.