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paths with a craftsman that has the unusual combination of knowledge,
experience and dedication to do a good job, in addition to the ability to take
on a challenge, think innovatively and come up with a solution to a problem
that others have been unable or unwilling to master. Such a man is
Construction Company, Inc. (364 Crooked Lane, King of Prussia, PA 19406, Phone
and come up with an effective, workable solution to unique problems.
My wife and I had an addition put onto our Bryn Mawr,
PA home about nine years ago. Although
the general contractor had done other projects in the neighborhood and checked
out with the regional Better Business Bureau, we found that he often cut
corners and did not go the extra mile to do a quality job, despite our willingness
to pay for quality and made it clear to him that it was important to us. As time went on after completion of the
project, we began to find structural weaknesses and apparent evidence of his
philosophy to do the minimum as long as it “met code”, although we later found
out that some of the installations did not meet the building product
manufacture’s installation specification, or our expectations.
The initial problem that
“bouncy” floor in the large family room addition. The original contractor installed
manufactured I beams to support the floor.
Upon research, I found that the beams were not installed as recommended
by the manufacture (too far apart for the span). The contractor, again, cut corners to save
himself money at the expense of a quality job.
I spent hundreds of dollars installing two suggested
fixes we found on the internet. While
this work did resolve the problem to some extent, the stability of the floor
was still unsatisfactory. At that point,
we hired a structural engineer to inspect the situation and give us some suggested
solutions. The engineer found that while the floor’s installation met safety code,
it was inadequate to provide a stable, stiff base for the floor. He also recommended a couple of contractors
that could help us, including
suggestions and came to agreement on a work plan. I consider myself pretty handy, but,
a pro with a life-time of experience and came from a family owned company with
a vast history of construction projects big and small. I am retired and because of my own background
as a do-it yourselfer and enjoy building stuff, I offered to be
problems. And, without doubt,
fix our bouncy floor. My wife and I were
so satisfied with the outcome, that we didn’t have to look far to find a couple
of other project for
One was a leak between the old rubble foundation of
our original house and the cinder block foundation of the addition. During heavy downpours 30-40 gallons of
An issue that I have had other professions tell me was an inevitable
result of adding on to an older house like ours and was unfixable. The original contractor’s solution was to add
a sump and pump in the basement. Well,
upon some hand excavation, we found that the underground downspout drains and
the sump pump discharge connections leaked, allowing the collected
find its way back into the basement.
After fixing those defects left by the original contractor,
installed a customized underground French drain that diverted ground water away
from the leaky foundation seam. We also had some water leakage through two
basement window wells which
We have had several heavy rainfalls since
this work and the basement is completely dry.
I no longer have a “water feature” in my basement.
In my opinion,
actually reduced his originally quoted charge.
He said that he did this because my participation as his “helper” was
more than he had expected, cutting a day off the project timeline. He didn’t have to do this, but that’s just
the kind of person he is!
and type of jobs he takes, I would highly and enthusiastically recommend him
for any job that he feels he can handle.
He did not show up to do the work and when pressed would not return our deposit or give us any date when he planned to accomplish the work. This is fraud in every sense of the word and not a quality issue since he didn't even do any work.
I have give
I would recommend this company to anyone!
I was otherwise very pleased with price and walls built. Over 160' long wall around 3-4' tall. And my driveway was over 2 full concrete trucks.
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