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Business Description: West Construction is a general contractor and home remodeling company in Cleveland, OH handling kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodeling, basement remodeling, and building room additions.
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Business Description: When Pat and Dan Hurst founded Hurst Design-Build Remodeling in 1997, they set out with a simple goal: to be the best home remodeler in the Cleveland area. To achieve their goal, the brothers knew that quality, creativity and client care were the keys to success. “Is there a better way to do this?” became their guiding principle. Even today, they are constantly seeking ways to improve Hurst’s level of quality from top to bottom. When adding members to their team, the Hursts followed the same principle, ensuring that every new member had the same drive. Together, the entire Hurst team has developed a set of core values that maintain Dan and Pat’s pursuit of excellence: Be passionate and determined Pursue excellence in all we do Be creative and innovative Build open and honest relationships Deliver exceptional service Build a positive team and family spirit By following these principles, Hurst’s award-winning team has helped hundreds of Northeast Ohio homeowners love their homes again, while becoming known for its high standards and earning peer recognition as an industry leader. 15 employees. No subs. Cost is determined by the job. No travel charges. Extra charge for after hours services may apply. May contact by email. Additional emails - dan@hurstremodel.com, info@hurstremodel.com, cwalden@hurstremodel.com, bridget@hurstremodel.com, tgraf@hurstremodel.com. Additional DBAs - Hurst Construction Inc, Hurst Remodeling. Additional contact names - Dan Hurst, Carmen Walden, Bridget DiFilippo, Martha West. For additional contact names & emails see website.
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Business Description: C-Clotman & Son LLC is a full-service General Contracting firm serving Northeast Ohio since 1984 ; Providing customers with high-quality Building ; Home Improvements; Remodeling ; Renovation and Painting services at affordable prices ; We are hear to serve you, with formal qualification and the proffession way . 216-991-7433 / Additional phone - (216) 409-8080. / 216-464-4120 Fax
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Recent Review: The gentleman in contact with us (Mike Akins, project manager) is on the ball. A very helpful gentleman, nice and pleasant. You know that you are at ease talking with him. Anytime we would like to take a look at the house we give him a call and he lets us know if we can meet him that day. He is a very pleasant gentleman, and even when we looked at the model home the salesmen were very very pleasant. I would highly recommend Ryan Homes and Mike Akins. We are so very pleased with them.
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Recent Review: All the projects are beautiful and beyond our expectations because of their help, access to resources and their professional team. Wish they were building homes; we would hire them and start from scratch without a worry. They are valuable partners in all our projects whether it is repair or total remodel. Cleveland is lucky to have them.
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Recent Review: John Sintic. Extremely fabulous carpenter/builder. He was jovial and his workers were very nice and experienced. We could always reach him on his cell phone. He did much of the work himself and was a perfectionist. He made changes from the architectural plan to suit us. He added heat and extra electric plugs. He was not the cheapest, but I know he was the best we ever had.
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Recent Review: We are very happy with the finished product.  The entire renovation took approximately 5 months start to finish, which is what Chris Pastel estimated.  His budgeting and planning were very accurate.  He kept us informed throughout the entire process.  He made recommendation on areas to save money and areas to spend more. For example we upgraded all the interior doors to a solid core two panel door with new hardware.  His subs were all very professional.  I met most of them in person.  It is very evident that Chris Pastel has been building homes for a long time and knows what he is doing and above all does very high quality work.
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Recent Review: From the first meeting with Matt  one is convinced that he can do  anything you want and it will be no problem. Well we learned that anything different from the normal script of building homes becomes a huge up charge and that they treat you like its a huge inconvenience that your asking for it. We had a custom shower installed with a trench drain. When we moved in and had our first shower the water ran away from the drain and into the closet. We had to fight to get it resolved while we lived in the house unable to use the shower. I wanted the floor pulled up and resloped but they argued with us and would not. They only sloped a few tiles to prevent the water from running towards the closet. Now we are stuck with a shower that the water sits around the drain and if we don't dry up the standing water it becomes moldy. I guess using a level is something thats not a requirement. Also the shower controls stick out of the wall at the max distance that Moen can cover. It looks really bad but won't fix that either. Finally with the shower the caulking is cracking and falling out after a year and a half.  This was all something we paid more for and so happy we did. (sarcasm)  We had an elevator installed in the house to move from the basement to the first floor. I actually found the company and organized the order to buy the equipment. As the house was being built I found out that they started to ad more and more equipment to the elevator that wasn't needed. I questioned why things were added and everyone I asked blamed it on someone else. The cost of the elevator increased in cost over 5,000 dollars! That I paid!!!  If I didn't get involved it would have been totally wrong and out of control in cost. Mind you that Garland doesn't want you to be involved in the building of the house until they ask you to come inspect the house at certain stages.  So things that are wrong can only be caught after and you are charged again for the fix. Another "custom" option we wanted was a wood burning Fireplace. We decided to have a professional company that deals only with fireplaces. They installed it and instructed garland what they needed to do to finish it off. When we moved in the brick work looked horrible and they actually entombed the unit. The unit had huge yellow warnings that it needed a 1/4 inch gap around the unit for service. Garland also took the electrical controls of the unit and decided since they don't fit in the wall lets just take one of the the control units out. When we had the fireplace company come out that originally installed the unit they couldn't believe what was done. All the brick had to be removed and the electrical had to be redone. Again we are living in a house with mortar dust and construction going on as we are trying to live. We had siding that buckled which was fixed with nails that only buckled again. I noticed that they didn't install vents for the bathrooms and had them come out. Thankfully another siding company came out to install the vents and noticed that the siding was installed wrong and thats why the siding was buckling. They tore all the original siding off and reinstalled it the right way. One and a half years later. My only worry is what else did the original siding company screw up. I guess time will tell. The concrete to the house settled twice and needed to be lifted twice. The driveway is badly pitted after one year which they claim is not covered and blame it on the salt. Which is funny because another issue with this house is that they built it so that the yard slopes drastically up to the house on all sides. We have had someone who was visiting the house in the winter get out of their car come inside only to watch their car slide into the street! When we purchased our lot it was flat! I understand that the house has to be elevated but we are the highest house on the street. Kids sled ride down our driveway.  The longer I live in this house the more I get upset at the quality of the workmanship and the material they used. We have wood floors that are delaminating once fixed under warranty with a comment like thats a fluke! Only to have more delaminating happening out of warranty. We have nail pops and ceiling cracks the length of the whole ceiling.  We had a huge bump in the floor that needed to be fixed by cutting the floor beams jumping up and down on the cut beams till they cracked and installing splints to the cut/ cracked beams. (awesome) I could go on and on but I'm not the only one not happy with their work and I would not suggest them unless you can watch over everything they are doing.

Reviews in Cleveland to Build Pool Houses

FMeritage Homes
Contracted to build home with Meritage / Monteray Homes on December 26, 2012 and they promised us the home would be finished by July 15,2012. It is a semi custom home in an area of Sienna Plantation which has no more lots available. Our salesman Richard Davis stated that only some type of catastrophe such as a Hurricane would delay construction of the home. The company informed us in June that the home would not be finished in July but would definitly be ready in August well before the start of school for our children. Moved to Houston in August, 2012 and home was no where near completion. Their excuse was that the Houston area was suffering an acute labor shortage. Meritage has since used the excuses of building supplies,contractor disputes, weather and many other issues that legitimate contractors face every day. Many mistakes have been made on the home and they refused to address the concerns we have.During the past three months they have continued with their evasiveness and will not answer our questions in regards to the home. During the past six weeks they have refused to meet with us and have cancelled several meetings at the last minute. During a phone call on October 16,2011 they stated they cannot finish our home in a timely and satisfactory manner. The contract favors the builder in every regard, however, we have several e mails which state numerous completion and closing dates which have come and gone. It has been suggested to us that Meritage can sell the home for more than we have contracted and that is the reason for the delays and lack of communication. This is validated by the fact that Meritage tried to have us sign a new purchase agreement in August which inflated the price of the home.
- Edwin C....
AThe Beard Group Ltd
All the projects are beautiful and beyond our expectations because of their help, access to resources and their professional team. Wish they were building homes; we would hire them and start from scratch without a worry. They are valuable partners in all our projects whether it is repair or total remodel. Cleveland is lucky to have them.
- R.w. M....
AJOHN SINTIC CONSTRUCTION
John Sintic. Extremely fabulous carpenter/builder. He was jovial and his workers were very nice and experienced. We could always reach him on his cell phone. He did much of the work himself and was a perfectionist. He made changes from the architectural plan to suit us. He added heat and extra electric plugs. He was not the cheapest, but I know he was the best we ever had.
- Laura S....
APASTEL BUILDERS LTD
We are very happy with the finished product.  The entire renovation took approximately 5 months start to finish, which is what Chris Pastel estimated.  His budgeting and planning were very accurate.  He kept us informed throughout the entire process.  He made recommendation on areas to save money and areas to spend more. For example we upgraded all the interior doors to a solid core two panel door with new hardware.  His subs were all very professional.  I met most of them in person.  It is very evident that Chris Pastel has been building homes for a long time and knows what he is doing and above all does very high quality work.
- David B....
CGARLAND GRIFFIN HOMES
From the first meeting with Matt  one is convinced that he can do  anything you want and it will be no problem. Well we learned that anything different from the normal script of building homes becomes a huge up charge and that they treat you like its a huge inconvenience that your asking for it. We had a custom shower installed with a trench drain. When we moved in and had our first shower the water ran away from the drain and into the closet. We had to fight to get it resolved while we lived in the house unable to use the shower. I wanted the floor pulled up and resloped but they argued with us and would not. They only sloped a few tiles to prevent the water from running towards the closet. Now we are stuck with a shower that the water sits around the drain and if we don't dry up the standing water it becomes moldy. I guess using a level is something thats not a requirement. Also the shower controls stick out of the wall at the max distance that Moen can cover. It looks really bad but won't fix that either. Finally with the shower the caulking is cracking and falling out after a year and a half.  This was all something we paid more for and so happy we did. (sarcasm)  We had an elevator installed in the house to move from the basement to the first floor. I actually found the company and organized the order to buy the equipment. As the house was being built I found out that they started to ad more and more equipment to the elevator that wasn't needed. I questioned why things were added and everyone I asked blamed it on someone else. The cost of the elevator increased in cost over 5,000 dollars! That I paid!!!  If I didn't get involved it would have been totally wrong and out of control in cost. Mind you that Garland doesn't want you to be involved in the building of the house until they ask you to come inspect the house at certain stages.  So things that are wrong can only be caught after and you are charged again for the fix. Another "custom" option we wanted was a wood burning Fireplace. We decided to have a professional company that deals only with fireplaces. They installed it and instructed garland what they needed to do to finish it off. When we moved in the brick work looked horrible and they actually entombed the unit. The unit had huge yellow warnings that it needed a 1/4 inch gap around the unit for service. Garland also took the electrical controls of the unit and decided since they don't fit in the wall lets just take one of the the control units out. When we had the fireplace company come out that originally installed the unit they couldn't believe what was done. All the brick had to be removed and the electrical had to be redone. Again we are living in a house with mortar dust and construction going on as we are trying to live. We had siding that buckled which was fixed with nails that only buckled again. I noticed that they didn't install vents for the bathrooms and had them come out. Thankfully another siding company came out to install the vents and noticed that the siding was installed wrong and thats why the siding was buckling. They tore all the original siding off and reinstalled it the right way. One and a half years later. My only worry is what else did the original siding company screw up. I guess time will tell. The concrete to the house settled twice and needed to be lifted twice. The driveway is badly pitted after one year which they claim is not covered and blame it on the salt. Which is funny because another issue with this house is that they built it so that the yard slopes drastically up to the house on all sides. We have had someone who was visiting the house in the winter get out of their car come inside only to watch their car slide into the street! When we purchased our lot it was flat! I understand that the house has to be elevated but we are the highest house on the street. Kids sled ride down our driveway.  The longer I live in this house the more I get upset at the quality of the workmanship and the material they used. We have wood floors that are delaminating once fixed under warranty with a comment like thats a fluke! Only to have more delaminating happening out of warranty. We have nail pops and ceiling cracks the length of the whole ceiling.  We had a huge bump in the floor that needed to be fixed by cutting the floor beams jumping up and down on the cut beams till they cracked and installing splints to the cut/ cracked beams. (awesome) I could go on and on but I'm not the only one not happy with their work and I would not suggest them unless you can watch over everything they are doing.
- Jeffrey K....