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Due to an illness Mr. Provider name locked. did not complete the work.he proposed. We prepaid for lights,
scaffold rental and labor to install lights on pool enclosure. Mr. Provider name locked. did not complete and
has not refunded our money (approximately $775.00). We have corresponded by text and
I have forwarded a letter requesting refund. I will be sending another letter then will
take appropriate action if not refunded money we prepaid.
- Gene R.
With the headache we've had with our contractor, it was a relief to find a business in the construction field that was honest and straight forward. We would certainly be giving them a call for any future need. We appreciate their help.
- Ana R.
The contract that we signed had milestone payments laid out in the language. What was evident from the
beginning was that this contractor completed the “milestones” in order to obtain payment. There was no percentage
of completion connected to the payment. The only work that was completed was the work tied to a payment. When we complained, the contractor immediately became defensive and uncooperative. The work then slowed considerably until another “milestone” was completed for payment. After 60% of the payments were made, the work all but stopped. The contractor became surly, unresponsive and nonexistent. Telephone calls, text messages, nor email messages were answered. When we did get the Provider name locked. to speak to him, Provider name locked. Sheets was condescending. I guess he forgot who his customer was. We would go for weeks at a time until another worker came out for a day or two to work on the project.
One of the last “milestones” that was to be completed was the installation of pavers for our driveway and floor of the outdoor kitchen. This occurred the week we were out of town, purposedly to not interfere with our living space. While we were gone, the contractor demolished our current driveway. During that demolishment, the cords for our outdoor uplighting were cut. Our entire yard, front and back was totally destroyed. When we asked for Provider name locked. Sheets to repair the lighting and/or re-sod the yard, we were told that was not his responsibility nor would he replace any of the damage done. (I have photographs). It ended up costing us $1500 to resod our yard. Provider name locked. Sheets agreed to pay for one Provider name locked. of sod over and above what we had to pay. We have yet to have our uplighting replaced.
Additionally, while the pavers were being installed, Provider name locked. Sheets’ bobcat broke down, spewing oil and hydrolic fluid all over the ground and street. Neither the oil nor fluid were cleaned up in a timely fashion. We have tried to scrub the street but the damage has been done (I have photographs).
The summer kitchen was the last item Provider name locked. completed for us. Provider name locked. used the cheapest metal you can purchase to frame out the kitchen. In Florida salt air, the kitchen built under the contract has a very limited life span.
It is now November 2014 and we are going into the eighth month of a three month project. As of now, we have released this contractor from our agreement and will complete the project on our own, including “punch list” items that need to be corrected. We just want this contractor gone and the project completed. We have been very unhappy with this company’s management of the project and quality of materials used. We have been very surprised at the lack of professionalism and customer service.
It seems as if work was completed only to receive the “milestone” payments in the contract. I would not recommend this contractor nor his company to anyone else.
- Jana S.