We engaged Revive Kitchen and Bath to redo our master bedroom and bathroom, enlarging the bathroom, removing interior walls, redoing some plumbing – moving water inlets, moving drains, moving a sewage exhaust pipe to another wall; electrical work including both a 50A 220V and a 20A 220V circuit for a jacuzi shower that we were installing; toilet, sink, mirror installation and connection; and complete tile replacement including floor underlay repair and leveling (the floor was not level.
They were not the lowest bidder by any means nor were they the highest bidder. Joe, Matt and the team they brought to bear were professionals, able to adjust as situations changed or previously unknowns (like a drain exhaust being hidden inside a wall we removed) reared their ugly heads. They adjusted, adapted, and overcame.
Their secret – certainly they have good craftspeople, but many companies have good craftspeople – is their project managers/general contractors. Matt (the project manager or general contractor) worked the project and was in contact with us every day throughout the project, letting us know who was going to show up, when, and what they were doing. If we had any issue we would just let Matt know and he generally took care of it the next day.
It’s always stressful having strangers work in your house for eight hours a day, but they tried to minimize the stress. I have nothing but good things to say about the Revive Kitchen and Bath team.
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