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Sunrooms And Patio reviews in Austin

  • A
    Lone Star Patio
    I put a 12' x 33' concrete slab at the back of my house in preparation for a sunroom and then got visits and bids from several installers in the Austin area. In a previous house some years ago I had had a moderately unpleasant experience with a nationally known sunroom installer because of leaks and maintenance and, this time, made careful plans in advance. I considered a wood framed structure but the cost would have been 1.5 - 2.5 time more. I chose Lone Star Patio. They installed a beautiful aluminum sunroom over the slab (11 windows + a cabana door) with electrical outlets/fan/light. Peter Garcia, the owner, had a personal hand in almost everything that got done. He is easy to communicate with and responds promptly to texts, emails and phone calls. The person who manually did the installation, Sean, is a perfectionist (and also a really nice fellow). The electricians - subcontractors - were so good that I will call them myself if I need electrical work. Peter knows how to choose good workers. There were some significant delays but these were due to weather and matters beyond Lone Star Patio's control. There is a 5 year labor warranty from Lone Star Patio + longer materials warranties from Norandex (for the windows) and PGT (for the door). Overall, we are very happy with results and I trust the company to provide maintenance, if it's needed during the warranty periods.
    - David W.
  • F
    T. Laney/Texas Platinum Construction
    Terry Laney, exceeded the initial cost estimate he gave us by more than double on a cost-plus contract. He was never on site to supervise the work but instead sublet the work to subcontractors who were all substandard with the work they produced. We had several jobs that needed redoing. This not only delayed the project but even after we moved in (4 months after the promised completion date), we lived in a home filled with workers and dust for months on end. He issued a warranty letter for the work done valid for a period of one year, but negated on the same. His company is not to be trusted.
    - brian a.
  • F
    M&M Roofing, Siding & Windows
    Everything was pretty solidly built for the most part. M&M, however, cut A LOT of corners and never pulled city permits for ANY of their work. When it came time to sell the house, it couldn't be sold until it was permitted by the city (or else have the room demolished) and it was delayed for four months due to having to hire my own drafter, structural engineer and permit company to get retro permits for the work. Additionally, steps had to be constructed and affixed to the room since city code required them, due to the distance from the door to the ground. When I contacted "Audie" with M&M questioning about the permits and such, his EXACT response was, "We already finished that job, we're no longer liable for it" (which the City of Austin inspection dept quickly said otherwise) and Audie said he'd meet me the next morning. Audie was a "no call / no show" that following morning. When it was all said and done, I had to pay a bit more than $5000 out of pocket (that did not get comped in the sale of the house) for the permits, drawings, structural design letter, etc, plus City of Austin fines for NOT having permits pulled back when the work was originally performed. M&M gave me a list of previous jobs they'd performed for reference when they originally bid on this job. I'm sure the City of Austin would be interested in knowing those addresses as well, to follow up on to see how many other jobs that they DIDN'T pull permits for?
    - Trey P.
  • A
    Daniel Boardman Residential Design
    Daniel met with us and spent a couple hours discussing our existing house and yard layout and our ideas for the future. He pointed out a few possibilities in our house that we hadn't considered before and gave us some good things to consider as we continued planning, and he referred us to a general contractor he trusted as well. In the end, we deferred the entire project because of some extenuating circumstances, but we appreciated Daniel's input and responsiveness, and we would go back to him if we continue the project in the future.
    - Christopher N.
  • F
    Austin In & Out Construction LLC
    Beware! Luke Parsons, using the name Austin In & Out Construction, defrauded us of virtually the entire cost of a new deck. He's done the same to other victims. If you check the BBB and other review sites, you'll find some filing complaints. Others are suing him. But of course others may never post or sue. When bidding our job, Luke was able to come across as a legitimate builder: he clearly knew the trade, and he could point to projects he'd completed successfully in the past. In fact, we found him through an enthusiastic referral from a friend. Once we hired him, though, he took our money over a series of draws and did only the minimum preparatory concrete work to keep the draw checks coming. Unfortunately, we trusted him and let our checks get ahead of the work performed. Once he had our money, he started an interminable series of missed dates, missed meetings, and missed deadlines, using every excuse imaginable. He took not just our money but ten months of our lives, on a one-month deck project, in delay after delay after delay. If you are unfortunate enough to have Luke Parsons involved in your project, watch for these red flags: - Resists providing a return address or any way to contact him besides cell phone and e-mail. - Delays providing an insurance certificate for as long as you let him. - Provides little or no documentation on city permits he's supposed to be obtaining, or engineers he's supposedly talking with. - Requests as much money as he can get up front, before performing any work (although this may not be obvious in the initial draw schedule he provides). If our experience is any guide, once he has enough of your money, you'll never see him again.
    - Vince S.
  • A
    M&M Home Remodeling
    These home improvement projects were all completed to my satisfaction. The workmanship exceeded my expectations, and as a result, I have recommended this company to family, friends and colleagues. They too have used their services and gone on to recommend this company due to the professional quality workmanship.
    - Mary S.
  • A
    Sheds and More
    They did great work, quality. I recommend them for any patio or deck project. The best part of the experience was the communication and punctuality. The owners always quickly responded to text messages and calls. The crew arrived everyday at 9am and left at 4:30, like clock work.
    - matthew L.
  • A
    Sheds and More
    Everything when smoothly and quicker than we could have expected. Our initial contact with was in early January. While the work was initially scheduled to be completed late February, Carl (owner) was able to push the work ahead a few weeks. Build time covered approximately two weeks. During the first week, the existing cover was removed. A cap was put on the existing patio by a contractor who works closely with Sheds and More (approx $2600 in addition to the $15000). The build started at the end of the first week and was completed by Wednesday of the following week. We are extremely pleased with the design execution. We asked for a non traditional wooden design and provided pictures of what we wanted. To complicate matters, the roof slope has a very low slope and there are two opposing roof lines in one of the corners. We wanted a ceiling height that would let us install ceiling fans. The other builders we talked to could not meet all these requests. Carl has been friendly, profession, and flexible. The crew working the job were timely and efficient, working with us as much as possible when any questions arose. While the costs may appear be a bit higher than expected, the quality of the finished product make it an extremely good value, in our opinion.
    - Donald M.
  • A
    T. Laney/Texas Platinum Construction
    They were very good actually. We had a few little things but in the long run they got everything done. I looked around a lot of places for prices and they were definitely the best. I had a couple lower places but they didn't seem to know what I was talking about. 

    They really connected and had an overall idea of what I was wanted and when I explained it, she repeated everything. She's like she knew everything I wanted and she got it done the way I wanted. Some of the other people were like oh yeah we can do it like this and I was like no I want it the way I want it, I'm paying for it. 

    It took a little while to get started, but once they did it was great. If I wasn't happy about something I would call and they would have somebody there the next morning. 
    - Judy B.
  • A
    Sheds and More
    "Sheds" did an amazing job remodeling our 30 year old screen porch. They installed custom combination screen/vinyl windows so that we can enjoy the porch all year. They also replaced the weathered and rotten wood on the outside with high quality, long-lasting materials. They are perfectionists and attended to every detail: measuring the window openings so they fit just right, caulking even the smallest of spaces, painting the wood so it all looks fresh and new. The result is that we feel we have a brand new, more comfortable porch and that it is well worth the money!
    - Regina A.
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