First, these 5 star reviews are about a year old and the individuals that ""earned"" these glorious ratings could have moved on so there's a teeny, tiny, almost impossible chance that they are legit but I don't think so.\r
I started this process this summer. I called, phone service takes a message. I get a call a few days later, I call back a few days later, and, just my luck, he can be at the house that morning. Great! Didn't show. No biggie - I figured he got tied up. 2 WEEKS pass. No I didn't call. We're living in a fixer upper and I don't get stressed about this stuff. I call back to see when they'll show, phone service takes a message (it will always be a phone service btw that does not know who they are working for or where they are - clueless). An appt. is made. The guys come out (Mike I think is the one I've been working with but I'm not sure - like I said, we have a lot of traffic at the house with contractors). When they did get here, I was very hopeful. They seemed honest, knowledgable, amicable. Good guys. Said I'd hear from them shortly. After about a month I finally call the clueless phone service and leave a message. It's never returned. I called again today. I don't care if they return it. I have no idea what the problem is and there's really no excuse. Fortunately, I don't have work or $$ tied up with them. I wrote this review as a warning. Which brings me to point number 2.\r
Check out the dates on the reviews - all almost exactly 1-2 wks. apart. Almost EXACTLY. Click on usernames. There is a common thread of businesses from one to the next - almost like a chain letter. I am so naive. Of course someone would have come up with something like this! It appears that someone has put together a group that cycles through businesses giving each other glorious reviews. Like I said, I am so naive. I was so excited to find a co. with so many good reviews and, at this point, I am 100% convinced it's bogus. Zero stars.
Pros: Absolutely zero.
Cons: Risky. Untrustworthy. Could lose $$ and time.