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I made calls and sents emails and finally got an email back on
On August 21st I got an invoice from the lumber company
I subsequently filed a report with the police department, even though I knew it was a civil matter and they likely couldn't do much. Fortunately, they gave me a new number which I called. No one answered, but I left a message. Later that night I got an email from
Things have gone from bad to worse because I have been notified by the lumber company that they are placing a
We assumed that they were getting the job done, and we would be billed a reasonable amount - since they were doing the adjacent building as well. This is a vacant building and we simply trusted them to get the job done and send us a bill.
We got no bills FOR MONTHS, then we got them all at the same time. Three days later they kept calling and asked why we were not paying their invoices. We are a business and only write checks once a week, but it was very difficult for me to get this fact across to them.
We sent payments for the three invoices that we received, only to get a fax with yet another invoice a few days later.
We sent a "your services are not longer required" letter with our last payment.
My beef is with Angies List itself. I have made repeated requests for various services and have gotten NOTHING but requests for information on services i have used. So I surely would NOT recommend Angies list to anyone in the Lincoln area.
consisted of removing old flooring and padding, removing and replacing as necessary baseboards and taking down closet doors in preparation for new hardwood floor installation and painting. I also had
due to the addition of a subfloor. All of the work they performed was of good quality.
Generation Builder, is by far one of Lincoln's most inexperienced
From day one, the process was a headache.
She relies mostly on contractors, who do sub-par work and as a result you are
left with a house that may appear to be nice and well put together, but in
actuality very poorly constructed.
From the first day, after moving in, I began
to notice even the simplest things installed incorrectly and just pain sloppy.
Towel racks mounted to the wall using
backwards so that when the screws were tightened, the toggle mechanism
collapsed. Nearly every screw that was used to hang toilet paper holders,
electrical receptacles and door hinges was stripped out, making the tightening
or removal for replacement a bigger hassle than what it should have
been. Electrical receptacles were loose within the box, due to the fact that
the box was recessed further than it should have been, thus requiring the use
of spacers between the box and the receptacle. There was HVAC ducting in
the wall that had become separated. In addition to the duck work
that had become separated, there was a fair amount of trash
within the ducting. After reaching my hand down one of the openings and
finding several items that should not have been there, I decided
to push a shop-vac hose down into the ducting and was upset to find
pop cans, nails, razor blades and a larger amount of general construction
debris then one would expect to find in the duct work for a new
construction build. The master closet shelving looked as if boards were cut
over some body’s knees resulting in extremely crooked cuts. The sump pit
located down stairs was left in a way that there was no way of accessing
it. It required the removal of the back wall of an adjacent closet to
allow for the installation of a sump pump.
These are just some of the major things, but
there was also a bunch of other miscellaneous things. When problems were
pointed out, she made every effort to pass the blame and make up excuses as to
why it was happening. If an attempt to fix the problem is made, it
was usually just enough to
she’ll tell you that you are past the year warranty and there is nothing more
that she can do. All this simply equates into poor craftsmanship and results in
an unhappy buyer.
The bottom line is
save yourself the regret… don't USE HER!!
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