Fort Branch General Contractors

in Fort Branch, IN

27
General Contractors are
in Fort Branch

4
General Contractors in Fort Branch
are top rated

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William H.
"A quote was given in an timely manner. The work was done by an individual who apparently takes pride in his work. The work took more than one day and the carpenter did anexcellent" job of cleaning up the area both at the end of the first day and when work was completed the next day.
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Maricela F.
"He showed up on time, was friendly and very knowledgeable. I was impressed and am looking forward to receiving his detailed cost estimate in a few days!
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Ross V.
"Ever, the technician, showed up on time. Went about his job in a professional manner. Understood what needed done, completed the job within the quote. Would definitely us Ever again on future work.

Local Articles in Fort Branch

This homeowner called on some carpenters to add a second story and roof to his house. (Photo courtesy of Angie’s List member Adam D. of Kensington, Md.)

Unfinished carpentry

Unfinished carpenters can build wood forms for pouring concrete and complete wood framing projects to establish the shape and maximize the stability of various types of structures.

Remodeling project, subcontractor lien release
Carpentry - Unfinished, Remodeling - General

A lien from a home improvement project can be a huge hassle and it can stop you from selling your home. Learn why a waiver release should be included in your next contract.

Angie's List
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Contractors say homeowners with this trait are the most satisfied with home improvement projects.

crown molding
Carpentry - Unfinished

Putting the finishing touches on a remodeled room can be a challenge, but with a bit of practice and patience, your crown molding will look like a master carpenter put it up.

There are lots of occurrences that result in dry rot, though most have to do with proper water management in the home, says Lindus. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Donna B. of Portland, Oregon)
Remodeling - General, Carpentry - Unfinished

Dry rot is a phenomenon that can impact all varieties of wood. One highly rated provider answers questions about how to identify and eradicate dry rot.

Angie's Answers

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You need a general contractor - prefereably one who specializes in additions, because you have excavation, waterproofing, concrete, concrete cutting, carpentry, door and window, etc trades to coordinate.

The cost will depend a great deal on your topography around the house - if the base of the window will be above ground level at least 6 inches, then could run about $500 for a legal egress window purchase and about $1000-2000 for installation, depending on how deep into the concrete you have to cut.

If the bottom of the window will be below ground level, then to call it a bedroom (which mandates legal sized second egress and usauully at least one window)  then you will have two choices - bring it out into a solid watertight concrete storm cellar with collar to keep water out, stairs, and and weather and bug-tight cellar door that is inward-opening, which means a lot of space for stairs and landings top and bottom, or bring it out into an oversized window well at least 36 inches in diameter, and with steps to ground level, with adequate drainage and waterproofing to keep it dry. Either way, sometimes about as easy to put in an outside door as a window, and might raise property value more. Cost from $2-5,000 depending on how deep into concrete wall you have to dig, whether concrete wsall needs reinforcing with steel frame because of the depth of cut, how easy the digging is, and what your water conditions are near the foundation. The last thing you want to do is create an easy water or vermin ingress with your egress.

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Dictated by Federal LAW , you will need a Licensed and EPA Certified HVAC Contractor

to make such repairs . In fact , by law , ONLY A licenesed HVAC contractor can buy or install

said eguipment , NOT A handyman nor general contractor !

 

YES , You should have an A.C. sleeve surrounding the through the wall unit . These sleeves will usually accompany NEW products , either as a package or an add on equipment purchase.

 

Contact a Licenesed PROFFESSIONAL at once !

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     It depends on what type of ramp you need. If it is built out of wood you could look for a carpenter or a deck company. If you are looking for a concrete ramp a mason would be what you are looking for. There are also metal ramps and I believe some medical supply companies may carry them or be able to steer you in the right direction. As for insurance coverage I am not sure. You may have coverage and would be best talking to your agent. Depending on why you need this ramp there may even be programs through your local government or even some of the local charities might help. It might be a project a local Scout Troop might help out on.

 

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Contracting reviews in Fort Branch

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's crew did a very thorough job. They did not speak much English, but if things on our list were pointed out to them they took care of it.
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was there a couple of times to help with getting what we wanted done communicated to the lead painter. They replaced several pieces of rotten wood, filled in holes and cracks in the cedar, primed and painted all cedar and trim, and cleaned up over spray and drips. They did a fantastic job.
- Sandra L.
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Overall I am impressed by the service for the money I paid and I would absolutely recommend them.
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was super courteous to say the least, always showed up on time and always cleaned up before he left. The best quality that I liked about
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was that he was always willing to take your ideas, without any ego, to ultimately get the job done to your satisfaction. The only complain I had was that one of the areas where two mold pieces had to be joined they could not sand the join precisely, around the curvatures of the crown and it ended up looking flat at some sections. They did however come back immediately when I had complained and tried to fix it. For someone walking in for the first time, it's probably not noticeable but since I know where it is, it definitely bothers me every time I walk past it.
12/5/2014***Update*** It's been about 9 months since I got the work done and I must say it doesn't bother me as much as it used to in the past.
- RICHARD K.
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's prep work is outstanding which makes the finished product all the better. His clean up after completion was very good. We are more than pleased and will absolutely use him some more along with some of our relatives. As we kept adding things of course we went over the estimate but feel his charge was well earned and justified.
- Beverly G.
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and his crew were great to work with. They did an excellent job from start to finish. They showed up when expected and worked hard. They were careful in their workmanship and it showed. All of the work was completed in six days. The deck is exactly what we hoped for. Change requests were handled professionally and expeditiously. They were a pleasure to work with and we will definitely use them for future projects.
- Sarah S.
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Fantastic!
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and his crew were very prompt and responsive. The work was done quickly and efficiently. I'll definitely use them again and recommend them to others!
- Vinnie R.
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I had purchased the maximum wood rot repair deal available on Angie's List when I saw it pop up. I think it was a half off deal for $200 worth of work, which was to cover up to four hours of a single worker, or 2 hours total of two workers. It would have been a wonderful deal - if they had stuck to it.
One of the company's owners came to do an estimate of the work, in advance of sending the workers. He indicated that it would likely take two workers all day to remove the window, do the restoration, then replace the window, and repaint all the new siding. Then he gave me what I took as a worst case scenario price, that I thought looked very fair for all that work, which I assumed would require scaffolding, etc. To have that maximum, worst case price gave me great comfort, and I really looked forward to the guys coming.
A few weeks passed, and with every rain, I started worrying again. With their half-off special, I figured they must have gotten fairly backed up. I finally called them again, and the office worker who answered indicated that they would be coming in the next couple of days. Then one morning,
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Segritto arrived by himself, and with just a ladder. What an amazing man! He has done this work for years, and he knows it coming and going. He made sure we would be protected on the inside before he went to work on the exterior. Then he ran up the ladder, took it all apart (though I don't think he had to remove the window), popped in the replacement plywood wherever it was needed, sawed up the replacement cedar siding and nailed it in place, then, before I could blink, came asking for my extra paint to paint the new siding and trim. Now, it just seemed to me like the whole thing just took an hour or two. It actually took about three hours and fifteen minutes, with no
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, and no scaffold.
I was thrilled. I figured the package I purchased for up to four hours for one worker would cover ALL the labor. We had enjoyed a BEST CASE scenario. I figured we'd need to pay for the materials of course, but that had been estimated to be around $100, so I thought we had really lucked out.
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was wonderful. Since we hadn't gone to four hours, without our asking, he even went back up on the the roof and blew all the leaves off our gutter guards. This guy really aims to please. He even helped us avoid future potential rot problems by doing that.
Then the price tag was presented.
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said, that regardless of how the job had gone, he had been told that he had to ask for us to pay for the worst case scenario, and he handed us the pre-prepared invoice. I was really shocked. He said I would need to call the office to pay any other amount. So I did, and spoke to the same fellow who had done the estimate.
It was not a pleasant conversation, though I was - on my end. It made me feel that the whole half-off deal was just nonsense. His "estimate" made sure that they would charge much more than even their "normal" rates. If the job had taken the two guys, the scaffold, and most of the day, I would have been very happy to pay even their normal prices - never mind the "deal" I had pre-paid. After a long unhappy conversation, I finally persuaded the owner to allow me, based on their supposed regular prices, to have me pay him for two hours of his own travel time to come to do the estimate, PLUS two hours travel AND actual work time for the worker, plus materials. Not such a great deal - based on what I had thought was the proposition. But it was worth it - given
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's exceptional skills and lovely personality.
I will gladly hire the company again - assuming
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is the guy who comes again... AND with a clear communication up front that I will be paying for ONLY what I actually get. If they want to charge $100 for the estimate, if we go ahead with the job, so be it. I just want them tell us up front. It's great to have a worst case scenario cap, and that surely is worth a charge for the estimate. And if they have been doing this for years, I imagine they KNOW pretty well what it will really take. But, I think the final negotiated price was very fair - given
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's abilities and attitude. Just get everything truly on the table BEFORE they do the work, and you can have a pleasant experience from beginning to end.
- VICTORIA E.
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I asked for a quote to repair the fascia on my home. He asked for photos
of the job-site which I provided via email. He never provided a
quote. If someone is not interested in a job, at the minimum, they
should be courteous enough to let you know that they are not interested.
- Brian N.

All General Contractors in Fort Branch, IN

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Adamson Home Improvements

650 E. Oregon St.
Evansville

Artisan Construction

7500 Bayard Park Dr
Evansville

Best Quality Construction Company

7010 Pinehurst Drive
Evansville

Bond Construction

2134 Ridgeway Ave
Evansville

Bright Concepts

161 Frasier St
Greencastle

Cahaba Scapes

2130 11th avenue north

Crossroads Construction

74 S Sharp St
Poseyville

DirectBuy of Indianapolis

8450 Westfield Blvd
Indianapolis

Home Envy

4908 Temple Ave
Evansville

Home Value Restoration

8888 Keystone Crossing
Indianapolis

Mad River Woodworks

P.O.B. 1067, 189 Taylor Way

MKG Construction LLC

5644 Greensboro dr

Profinish Remodeling

434 Somerset Ct

Rheinlander Construction

3431 W Maryland
Evansville

Rhino Shield

7745 E 89th St
Indianapolis

SCHEESSELE & SONS CONSTRUCTION

7040 SAVANNAH DR
Newburgh

Teads Construction

322 West 5th Street

Team Handy LLC

P.O. Box 506
Newburgh

The Handy Man

Evansville

Universal Builders of America Inc

2804 E. 55th Place
Indianapolis

W M Holland Inc

4020 Vincent Station Dr

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