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Kitchen Remodelers in Camp Hill, PA

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Prescreened Kitchen Renovation Contractors in Camp Hill, PA

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Dougherty Construction Company, LLC
(717) 395-9057
Areas of Expertise
  • Expert Kitchen remodels
  • Exquisite Bathroom remodels
  • Lower level living spaces/in-law suites
  • Additions
  • Roofing
Reviews
03-27-2013
Gene D. in Dauphin, PA

"Great company to work with, very helpful & knowledgable on my project. Project is still in progress. They also clean up after everyday of ...work. "

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Your Bath & Kitchen, LLC
References Available
(866) 623-8410
Areas of Expertise
  • Doors & Windows
Kellogg Custom Cabinetry & Renovations, Inc.
References Available
(717) 918-4594
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels
Integrity Home Pro
(410) 454-8949
Areas of Expertise
  • Roofing
  • Windows
  • Siding
  • Gutters
  • Remodeling
Reviews
01-24-2019
John A. in Laurel, MD

"The Integrity Home Pro team did a great job of assessing our original basement outside door/storm door combo and then recommending and a much ...installing better pair. The final product was perfect, which is significant because the original door was inadequately framed, and off-level in all possible dimensions. We have had them do many projects previously, and they always turn out well. They are always friendly and professional and clean up at the end of each day. "

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Mione Family Remodeling
(717) 395-9050
Areas of Expertise
  • Major Renovation - Multiple Rooms
  • Kitchen & Bathroom Remodels
  • Home Additions
  • Doors & Windows
  • Trim Work
Reviews
12-15-2017
allyson k. in Hummelstown, PA

"fabulous job & great people. will definitely use again! :-) "

Home Remodeling Pros of Central PA
(215) 239-9086
Areas of Expertise
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Basement Remodel
  • Kitchen Remodel
  • Flooring
Reviews
03-17-2019
Jack H. in York, PA

"tl;dr: We like these folks. Lots. So this is a long story... it started when our 30+-year-old master bath shower started leaking worse (it I ...had been dripping from the shower head for years). looked on YouTube to see how hard it would be to replace the hardware for this model. Easy! Oh, unless you apply the torque wrong. Then you could end up breaking the copper pipes. So donâ t do that. Sorry, not taking the chance! So I hire a plumber I had used before (NOT HRPofCP!) who proceeds to apply the torque wrong and breaks the pipes. Then charges me to cap them. Great. So my wife and I decide this would be a good opportunity to replace the entire shower (a slide-in unit that has also had drain problems resulting in water into the ceiling below) and the master bath dual sinks (also with faucets dripping, and the plumber couldnâ t fix them either) and the metalwork was corroded. HRPofCP comes in with a bid of $9,398 â not the lowest, but they do hand-crafted showers instead of modular, so a better value. Then Bill (the estimator) calls us as excited as a kid, because he found this deal where we can get granite counters for the sinks for the price of formica, so long as we like one of the two colors. We do. Great! Work is scheduled, deposit made. So of course the day the guys (Joe and Alex) show up is one of the worst snow storms of the season. They get started, but have to quit early because they donâ t want to die trying to get home. Other problems: the mirror over the sinks has clips that hold it upâ ¦ only the clips are for show, the mirror is actually sealed onto the wall. So the new counter canâ t be any higher than the old one. Fine. Then some goofball also sealed the edge around the drain on the old shower (oops, that was me, trying to contain previous shower problems), so that took extra work. Then the old shower was not supported properly (which might have caused leakage around the old drain, maybe?), so the guys had to mix up mortar to support the new shower base and let that set. Then the studs around the shower were just a little bit non-standard, so the first attempt at tiling resulted in great-looking tiles that didnâ t match evenly with the wall (they had to pull the tiles, add shims, and do it again). Then the new sinks were sunk UNDER the counter, while the old ones sat on the top edge and were not as deep, so now the sink drains didnâ t align with the drain pipes, which could be fixed by moving the counter up a bitâ ¦ oh wait, that mirror problem. Okay, so the guys constructed their own piping hack and got THAT working. So there was a whole bunch of extra labor, extra parts, extra effort, and when the final bill came in it was forâ ¦ $9,398 total. Because that was the price they promised. Oh, and the shower and sinks look awesome! And when there was leakage a few days after they finished, Joe and Alex came out the morning after I reported the problem (a Saturday!) and fixed it in a couple hours, under warranty. Which counts for a LOT, because I donâ t expect things to always be perfect, but I appreciate when someone makes a correction promptly and with no hassle. We plan to use HRPofCP again. How could we not? "

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Doug's Handyman Service, LLC
(717) 918-4632
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen/Bath Remodels
  • Siding Installation
  • Flooring/Painting
Reviews
11-02-2018
Jeffrey W. in Mechanicsburg, PA

"We hired Doug to remodel our Master Bathroom and it went extremely well. Doug helped us plan the remodel and suggested several wall and vendors ...flooring to contact for the materials (Important note: He does the work, you buy and procure the materials for the job). Once the project started Doug was there every day for about 2 weeks to complete the job. The remodel included completely ripping out and replacing our old bath/shower and building a self contained shower only unit from scratch. In addition Doug replaced the flooring in both the bath and sink areas and replaced the vanity and countertop. The new bathroom looks great and modern and should help with resale value in a few years. Overall we are very pleased with the end result and would recommend Doug. "

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Construction by Peifer, Inc.
(717) 553-8287
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Basements and Kitchens
Reviews
12-09-2015
Judith L. in Mechanicsburg, PA

"First of all, I'd like to say that working with Eric was a complete joy. He was professional, courteous and enthusiastic throughout the I ...construction of my porch. He provided exactly what wanted and took care of all the details necessary for a fantastic job. I highly recommend his company for their integrity and excellent workmanship. I love my new porch and I couldn't be happier!! "

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GP Harris Construction, Inc.
(717) 553-8095
Areas of Expertise
  • Additions
  • Remodels
  • New Homes
  • Kitchens/Bathrooms
Reviews
11-08-2017
Diane S. in Hummelstown, PA

"GP Harris Construction remodeled our kitchen from floor to ceiling. Our new kitchen is everything we had hoped for and more! Our first contact ...with GP Harris was April Leisey, who came to our home and helped us put our ideas and visions into words. She then put our words into drawings and a concrete plan. Next she sent us to various suppliers who were invaluable with their selection knowledge and help. Our job manager was Josh Miller. Having him in our home felt like having a friend there. He kept us updated, aware of the schedule and gave us a sense of security as he knew the plan and worked it. Problems were minimal and when they did appear, Josh faced them head-on and came up with solutions. Once our kitchen was complete, I have to say it fulfilled and even surpassed all that we had hoped for. My thanks and respect to this company for understanding what we were looking for (when sometimes we didn't even know) and giving it to us. Would wholeheartedly refer this company to anyone looking for someone to remodel! "

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Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Camp Hill, Pennsylvania

Bordlemay Woodworks, LLC
2716 Woodbine St.
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055
Home In Hand
109 Fawn Ct.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Brickner Cabinetry
435 W. Penn St.
Carlisle, PA 17013
Pin High Construction
531 Windy Way
New Cumberland, PA 17070
Windows & More Inc.
541 Bridge St
New Cumberland, PA 17070

Things to Consider Before You Update Your Kitchen:

  • Floorplan
  • Cabinets
  • Appliances
  • Countertops
  • Sinks
  • Flooring
  • Lighting

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