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Question DetailsAsked on 5/6/2014

How long after the work was completed do I have to complete the review?

We had siding & windows completed on our house last summer and wondered if we missed the cutoff date to complete a review for the work.

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Hello, this is Meranda with Angie's List.

You can submit a review at any point in the hiring process, and a year after the work was completed is not too late as long as you still remember or have documented the details correctly. When you submit the review, there will be a section where you can indicate the work completed date, so other members will be able to see the timing on the work.


Answered 6 years ago by Meranda


We have a professional profile for home renovation services on Angie's List and we had a client contact us after a couple of less than exemplary experiences with other contractors.

We completed this client's project and the client didn't leave us a review until 3 months after the work had been completed specifically stating: "I purposefully waited a few months before posting this review to see how the work held up, and it seems to be as solid as ever. I WILL be contacting this company again in the near future to perform more work on my house....."

I would assume there is no time limit for reason(s) like the one expressed by this client. The fact that it is a year later is not, in my opinion, a bad thing. The fact that a client took a year and yet still remembered our services enough to want to write a review would be a proverbial feather in our cap. I would assume the same of the person/service you want to review.

~ My Two Cents

Leslie Crenshaw

AllPro Residential, LLC


Answered 6 years ago by LCrenshaw

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