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Question DetailsAsked on 2/17/2014

A kitchen remodeling company is on Angie's list with no reviews. I'm afraid to use them without reading reviews

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I doubt I have any reviews myself. I got on out of curiosity after losing a job to some one on the list and their price was $2,000 higher. Most all my jobs come from personal referals and I have a feeling most of my customers do not use this service. If the company is local you could ask the local building departments if they have had any complaints (some will not give out this info, some will). If there was a major problem it mat show up if you google the ame or even better yet the name of the owner. Slipshod companies change their names like I change socks and rely on advertising for jobs and don't care about reviews.


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Answered 5 years ago by ContractorDon

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Everyone has to start somewhere.


If you can find reviews on Angie's List, can you vet them a more traditional method (i.e. past clients, work samples, etc.)?



Answered 5 years ago by WoWHomeSolutions




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