What are People Saying?
Frank Coletta Turns to LOPCO!
Being in business for 20+ years has provided LOPCO Contracting with plenty of opportunities for folks to share their experiences about working them.
LOPCO Contracting has been fortunate enough to get a wide variety of GREAT feedback from their clients and partners over the years.
Here is a sampling of what people are saying… :
Harry Adler, Co-Owner of Adler’s Hardware, Providence, RI
Mother Anita, Rector, Emmanuel Church, Newport, RI
More Kind Words…
P.S. I grew up around an extended family and uncles that practiced most all of the building trades so I feel somewhat qualified to comment on the quality of LOPCO's work. From my experience LOPCO has access to almost any skill set your project would need so you should have one-stop shopping. From what I have observed his workers are very experienced !!
Project # 1 - Complete wallpaper replacement in an upstairs full bathroom, also replacement of the bathroom floor, and installation of a new toilet
Project # 2 - Complete do over of the master bathroom - removed tub & shower and replaced with walk-in shower, 100% new plumbing, complete new flooring, new toilet, and complete painting of ceiling, walls, and heat radiators.
Project # 3 - Replaced rotted subflooring around the toilet in a downstairs half-bath so that the toilet could be properly seated, removed tile flooring and replaced with new flooring and installed all new wood baseboard.
In short, he did a good job, at a fair price, without undue disruption of our lives. I’d use him again.
The only down-side to LOPCO is its popularity. If you have a quote from him with which you’re satisfied, I would strongly recommend that you Book the Deal ASAP. Tom pursues his production schedule in a serial fashion: First In, First Out. So if you want your work done early in the Construction Season it will behoove you to get an early place in that line, if possible. The man’s Dance Card fills up quickly.
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