“It was my pleasure to work with Tony Buff and Jeff Rettig. Tony’s insistence on quality and attention to detail, Jeff’s organizational abilities along with his intuition for style have produced my impeccable villa. When I bought my villa, the external walls were up, and the internal walls were framed out, all I had was a vision of what might become my home.
Tony walked me through the empty space and talked to me about the location of outlets, pocket doors and the finishing touches he envisioned for the space. Jeff lead me through the process of selecting flooring, tiles, counter tops, door knobs, faucets, and more. They guided me through the upgrades I was seeking for additional hardwood floors, tankless hot water heater and other energy efficiencies.
When I selected a faucet on my own, they thought it was overpriced so they suggested a similar model that was much more reasonable (which I really like). Jeff kept working with me until we found the perfect backsplash tile for my kitchen and he understood instantly my desire for the lack of stain color on the hardwood floors (which are beautiful). It felt like a partnership as they brought the space into the home of my dreams.
Their integrity, patience and senses of humor made it a delight to work with them to build my villa. I have a quality home that I truly love. I highly recommend Tony Buff Custom Homes.”
How the adventure ended will be seen anon. Aouda was anxious, though she said nothing. As for Passepartout, he thought Mr. Fogg’s manoeuvre simply glorious. The captain had said “between eleven and twelve knots,” and the Henrietta confirmed his prediction.
During the first days, they went along smoothly enough. The sea was not very unpropitious, the wind seemed stationary in the north-east, the sails were hoisted.