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9 Years In Business

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6320 Canoga Avenue, Unit 1420
Woodland Hills, CA 91367


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  • Residential Work

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  • Residential Remodeling and Construction Services
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1.0 Riannon D. La Crescenta-montrose, CA

We had a $400k+ home renovation with Teamwork Remodeling Group that included a new bathroom, fully remodeled kitchen and second bathroom, new stucco siding, new roof, new windows, and more. Very long story short: They abandoned our project. It took months to get them to resume work on site. They eventually abandoned the project a second time and settled with us so that we would not sue them for breach of contract, but it's a pittance compared to the expense of remedying all the damage, missing equipment, and poor workmanship they subjected us to. Piles of rubble, trash, and debris left on site. Stucco and paint spatter on hardscape, walls, plants, and drains. Stucco was installed all the way to soil grade and needs to be fixed. An independent inspection revealed that the roof was missing flashing. Cabinets stipulated in our contract were not installed. Carpets weren't covered properly through demo, drywall, and painting, now they need deep cleaning and one needs to be replaced. Drywall and paint throughout the interior needed to be done twice because the first attempt was so poor. Many, many project managers, some extremely difficult to get in touch with, some who didn't know even basic facts about what had been done on our project and what they needed to do. So many confusing, poorly thought-out choices that they tried to evade responsibility for. I will give credit where credit is due: Teamwork Remodeling meets the minimum licensing requirements of a general contractor. Workmanship and industry standards aside, the work they complete will be legally to code. A couple of the project managers I dealt with were friendly and professional. Some of the work, especially the work completed early in the project timeline, is pretty decent. And that's about it. I took a job up in Washington and I simply don't have the time or energy to argue with them or pursue them in court across state lines. I've cut my losses. Writing this review is my one recourse to ensure no one else has to deal with what we went through. Stay away.

5.0 Liel L. Long Beach, CA

Great job guys

5.0 Angela H. Los Angeles, CA

Gerson Hernandez Handyman responded promptly and came with a quick solution for my issue. He repaired my medicine cabinet within a week of giving me an estimate. I’m very satisfied with how my new Kohler Medicine Cabinet now look in my newly remodeled bathroom. Thank you

5.0 Paloma V.

Price was reasonable, they did every in a short manner time.

5.0 Martha O.

I like how they left the landscape, the price was amazing, very communicating, and they answered all my phone calls, very please with the service.


Teamwork Remodeling Group
Kitchen Remodel
Kitchen Remodeling

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