Fort Worth Pool House Building

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Business Description: Destination Homes is a family-owned home builder based in Bridgeport, Texas. We build homes in Wise county, Springtown, and Azle. We believe that home is the hub of your family life and needs to be designed and built to support everything that you do. We build homes with insight that comes from over two decades in the building industry and a passion for quality and craftsmanship. For more details please give us a call, check us out on facebook, or visit us at: www.destinationhomestexas.com.
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Business Description: Since 1970 Gold Medal Pools and the Sandler family have been creating, designing and building custom pools in the Dallas, McKinney, Frisco, Plano and Fort Worth area. Families now spend more time outside around the swimming pool. Gold Medal Pools is not only the best in custom swimming pools, we are outdoor living specialists! As well as our years of experience to building swimming pools, we also design and build your dream backyard; from outdoor kitchens, patios and fire pits to cabanas, pool houses and outdoor televisions and speakers, including safety features such as pool nets and fencing and gates. Building a pool is not a process…It’s an experience…Our years of hands-on construction experience are a priceless asset to you and your family. We look forward to working together, call Gold Medal Pools at 972.712.4653(GOLD).
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Business Description: We specialize in custom-building homes. Because we deliver on our promise to try to build your home the best we can, we seem to attract homeowners wanting to build their very last home. So much so that we have made our motto be “we build last homes”.
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Business Description: "Joseph & Berry" is an award winning design-build firm, specializing in high-end renovation and exclusive custom build homes in the DFW area. Combining the professional quality of a large company with the personal service of a family-owned craft, we have built Joseph & Berry in order to provide no less than amazing costumer service and top quality performance. Call us today to schedule your consultation meeting at ! or Email us to get started on your upcoming project!
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Business Description: As a general contractor specializing in custom homes we pride ourselves in using the best sub-contractors in the regions we work. “If you have a dream, we can build it…” is our family saying. Our goal on each home is to build a unique place, on-time and on-budget. Our family got into this business when our Great Grandfather, WA Roberts, started designing and building homes in the 1920’s in Wichita Falls, Texas.
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Business Description: "We Build Houses That Build Homes" At Solid Rock Roofing & Renovations, our reputation speaks for itself. We are thrilled that nine out of ten customers call us back for other jobs; we love building long term relationships! Most of our team members have over 20 years in construction work. We take pride in what we do and our aim is to offer our customers excellent and efficient services at competitive prices. Each job is customized to fit the needs of each individual. Contact us today for more information or to set up your free estimate.
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Business Description: We are a family owned and operated business established in 1993 and have maintained and A+ BBB rating since 1993. We offer construction services for all phases of your home. From Additions and remodels, new homes, outdoor living areas, gazebos and cedar pergolas and arbors. Any home design/build or home improvement design/build that you can dream of, we can save you time and money with our personal attention to complete customer satisfaction.
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Business Description: I have a full-service construction business. I have been building homes, remodeling homes and everything in between, for the last 30+ years. There is nothing related to construction that I can not do or get done. No job is too big or too small. I usually charge by the hour, day or week, which save's nearly 100% of my customers lots of money. I can get more done in one day than most contractors get done in 3 or 4 days. I work hard for my money and don't want to be paid if I'm not working. Most jobs are worked by me. I rarely contract out to others. Too hard to trust most contractors.
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Business Description: Mission Statement A Framework of Giving We are a custom home builder based in the DFW area. We believe in serving the Lord, serving our clients, and serving our community. As such, we would love the opportunity to build you your dream home and give back to those in need. A percentage of profit from every project will be donated to a local charity of your choice. About Us Augusta Custom Homes is a true custom home builder located in the Dallas Fort Worth area. We're capable of building homes from the mid-200's to $1MM+. We work with our clients to provide a home that meets their budget and size requirements - key word here, home. Your selections are truly custom to make 'a house' your home. Not a selection of fixtures. Not a range of paints colors. Truly custom to your taste and budget. Expertise The Augusta Executive Management Team has a combined experience of over 85 years. This includes the design, management, and execution of capital projects ranging from $86k to $95MM. Meaning, there is no project too small or too large that we cannot execute.
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Recent Review: I made contact with Keith almost a year ago when we were in the process of building our new home. As soon as the home was finished, I was going to construct a swimming pool and pool house. My wife found Keith on the internet, I researched his operation as good as I could, and we made the decision to use him. There was a lot of planning, permits, and HOA to deal with. I managed to work my way through all of that and then finally we built the pool. When the pool was built we had the slab poured for the building and small storage shed at the same time. Keith began his buildings three weeks after the concrete was poured. Keith and his crew did a great job on the entire project. They are some of the finest people I have ever met. They are experienced, hard workers, and go out of their way to help. I have been in construction my entire life and I can tell you they build a quality building. If you want cheap, you need to go to Lowes or Home Depot. Everything he says in his adverising is correct. He builds in excess of recognized standards. My wife and I are very pleased and proud of our new pool facility and storage. The pool house is 12' by 16' with a 5' porch, and the storage building is 4' by 10'.

Reviews in Fort Worth to Build Pool Houses

ACustom Sheds By Keith
I made contact with Keith almost a year ago when we were in the process of building our new home. As soon as the home was finished, I was going to construct a swimming pool and pool house. My wife found Keith on the internet, I researched his operation as good as I could, and we made the decision to use him. There was a lot of planning, permits, and HOA to deal with. I managed to work my way through all of that and then finally we built the pool. When the pool was built we had the slab poured for the building and small storage shed at the same time. Keith began his buildings three weeks after the concrete was poured. Keith and his crew did a great job on the entire project. They are some of the finest people I have ever met. They are experienced, hard workers, and go out of their way to help. I have been in construction my entire life and I can tell you they build a quality building. If you want cheap, you need to go to Lowes or Home Depot. Everything he says in his adverising is correct. He builds in excess of recognized standards. My wife and I are very pleased and proud of our new pool facility and storage. The pool house is 12' by 16' with a 5' porch, and the storage building is 4' by 10'.
- William S....
AHeavenly Landscape
I’ll start out with the brief highlights, and provide more details below: Great price. Great product quality. High quality materials. Very satisfied. I walked through my requirements / requests with Holly at the beginning. She offered some very helpful ideas, provided a bid and we came to an agreement. The bid was extremely competitive compared to others that I received. Once the agreement was made, Jesus (team lead) was on the ground with a crew in less than a week. I am very detail oriented, have done some carpentry, and had lots of questions for Jesus, in retrospect, probably too many. Jesus did a good job of answering my questions (all with a good attitude) all along the way. Where we had decision points, he walked me through the options. We had a few communication misses along the way, but nothing that was a problem and nothing that wasn’t rectified. The deck cover simply turned out amazing. I had questions and concerns about how specific portions might look, which in the end turned out to be unfounded. The cover looks absolutely fantastic, and the coaching and guidance I received from Holly and Jesus were spot on. As with any project, there will be touch up, clean up, and the potential for minor collateral damage along the way. Jesus and team spent a significant amount of time on touchup and clean up to make sure that the deck cover looked fantastic and that the prior standing structures surrounding the cover looked good after the work. When walking through the final punch list prior to the final touch up, Holly actually found several small touch-up items that I had missed (I thought I had been pretty thorough!) Any delays that were encountered in the job were minor and were completely reasonable, in most cases necessary (eg. rain). They did not impact my overall timeline. The pool house / shed work entailed removing the old fence surround the pool shed, removing an old portion of concrete slab and building a structure surrounding the shed. Needless to say, Jesus and team had to be flexible in doing the job as was unknown exactly where the underground pool pipes were. Also, I had requirements that the equipment be fully accessible via 2 full sides of the shed. I had some concerns about how some of the features would look, partially due to the constraints that they had to work around. In the end, the team spent a large amount of time making sure they delivered a quality product that I was fully satisfied with. It was a job that really could not have had a template, and the team did a good job being flexible, providing answers and information to me, and listing to my concerns / ideas. The pool house sits right beside the deck cover, and they look outstanding together. The products I received were a simply a GREAT value for the money. They look very clean and professional, are very high quality, and we can’t wait to enjoy them this Spring going forward. I would use Heavenly Landscape's services again, and highly recommend them to other purchasers.
- Jennifer W....
AMILLERS METAL BUILDINGS
WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND MILLER'S BUILDINGS TO ANYONE WISHING TO BUILD A QUALITY METAL STORAGE BUILDING, HOME, OFFICE, ETC. MILLER'S IS VERY COMPETITIVE WITH THEIR PRICE AND QUALITY OF THEIR PRODUCT. THEY EMPLOY HARD WORKING, HONEST EMPLOYEES WHO SEE THE JOB UNTIL IT IS COMPLETED. WE REALLY HAVE RECOMMENDED MILLER'S TO MANY PEOPLE SINCE OUR EXPERIENCE THIS PAST FALL.
- Regina W....
ADecks Over Texas
George Hargrove has had experience both with building homes and now decks. It shows in the very professional way he prepared his estimate and the way the job was completed by him and his crew. He was easy to work with and did a fine job of cleaning up when they were done. Would use him again, and recommend him to others.
- George F....
DFort Worth Custom Pools Inc
We had a lot done. I think that they would be more responsive in building the pool than remodeling a pool. They're really good when you can get them out there. The guy who does all the remodel was very frustrated. By my experience, their passion is new-build and not a remodel. It's a matter of getting things done which was the problem. The quality of their work was great. Their foreman was a great guy. Update 8/31/15--It's been about 1 year and 3 months. After 1 year I noticed that the concrete has pulled away from the pool. There is a 2" gap between the concrete deck and the pool. I have reached out to Fort Worth Custom pools several times via phone and email. I have even emailed pictures to them. They have not responded to any phone calls or emails. I am very dissatisfied with the work and responsiveness at this point.
- Jeff H....
CInnovation Builders
The Sales People we had were wonderful through the whole process of building our home.  The issue is how poorly some of the workmanship is holding up.  We have been having issues with not being able to open the microwave door.  That would still be an issue if it weren't for the fact that today, the microwave completely burnt up.  Unbelievable! The master bathroom shower is leaking.  We first started to notice the problem when the base board separated from the wall.  Water is leaking into the wall and down to the trim.  I contacted the warranty dept because there absolutely should not be any water leakage in a home that is just over a year old.  Naturally, the warranty dept would not help us. A very nice Sales person from Innovation stopped by to see the water damage.  It was suggested we re-grout the shower.  BE SURE TO GET AN EXTENDED HOME WARRANTY.  The front door stain/varnish is flaking off.  This has caused the wood to splinter and decay.  We are so very disappointed.
- Nils N....
ACoxco General Contractors Inc
John Cox, owner of COXCO, did a terrific job on our roof and dealt with State Farm Insurance.  He was able to negotiate with State Farm on all our damage and had adjustments made to their original ?slapped-together? estimate that missed several things that needed to be replaced.  They are already replacing over 40 roofs in our neighborhood and over 150 roofs this year, plus other construction projects.   John not only replaced our roof, improved our attic ventilation, but also replaced some damaged windows and fixed our fence/arbor so that it looks like new again.  He builds homes, is incredibly particular and knows how to do things the right way.  The thing we liked most is that he?s ethical, has been in business for over 30 years in the Dallas area, and actually uses the same software that the insurance companies use to estimate damage.  So they speak the same language.  Check out their website coxcogc.com, they do lots of other construction/remodel stuff.   Call John for a free quote!  We are incredibly pleased with our experience and the professional job that was done!  Happy to endorse good service and workmanship! COXCO Coxco General Contractors Inc. 605 S. Sherman #705 J Richardson, Texas 75081 972.437.5697 office 972.437.0066 fax coxcogc.com
- Suzanne P....
FAll Phase Construction
Vic and his company was hired to remodel the guest bath and master bath plus build a storage shed out back. Vic was professional at this point. He had done work in the past for us and his crew was good and cleaned up after themselves. This time, though, was a different story. The crews didn't show up when they said they were. Vic wanted us to give him a key and code to the house. We didn't feel comfortable with his subs coming and going at any time. So we planned to be here to open and lock up and stay most of the time. One day we waited over 4 hours for someone to show up. When they didn't we contacted Vic and he was mad that we bothered him. Said the worker was at the dr. all afternoon, yet Vic didn't call us. We were constantly calling Vic to find out where his crew was when they didn't show up. He was given a draw to order supplies before beginning work. He was to receive additional draws after each bath was complete. The crew started the shed, installed a new tub in guest bath and tiled it. The granite counter tops weren't installed yet and they didn't grout tile that was on the floor. They tore out the master tub/shower. At this point he demanded another draw or wasn't coming back. My house was left in shambles and we didn't have a functioning bathroom. We told him there would not be any more money until something was finished. We took pictures. The hardie board on the shed was miscut and didn't match the roofline. The roof wasn't put on. The shed wasn't put on blocks or something to support it. Instead it was held on two sides by a pressure treated post. Other contractors said it would have fallen being built like this. The guest bath floor tile wasn't grouted and the wall was damaged. He said he had plumbers to do work in the guest bath, but we do not believe they were licensed plumbers as they were doing other projects too. Bottom line, he wanted more money yet we had a mess of several projects. He could never understand why we wouldn't give him more money. He said he didn't have the money to pay his subs and order supplies. Vic seemed like a nice reliable man. Sorry to say, he was in over his head and must have had money issues since he needed everything upfront. The other crews we hired did the work, fixed his mistakes and didn't ask for a cent until they had completed the work.
- Cheryl L....
FTEXAS HERITAGE CUSTOM HOMES
STAY FAR AWAY from this builder. Lance Whitlock is the owner. He is a very small builder and claims to be a custom home builder. He has built the same or very similar floor plan on several of the houses on our street. We bought a house from him in 08/2014 which was built in 01/2013. If you value your money and want a house that you don't have to stress about, stay far away. The problems don't surface right away, but when they do, they don't stop. We have had simply way too many issues to go into detail about everything. I'm trying to hit some of the more important ones. Please note below the slab defect we had. Lance tried to play it off like it was no big deal. He builds homes faster than he repairs defects though. The nightmare started with the buying of the property. We called Texas Heritage to find out about the house back in July, 2013. Mr Whitlock's wife called us back immediately on the house and stated that they had another buyer that had a contract on the house. She did state that however, if we put in a bid on the house, they could cancel the other contract. (This is a major no-no in realty from what I was informed.) So at that point, it appears that that is the first lie of many that Texas Heritage would present to us. We pursued the house due to the area the house was in (schools, community etc...).  We placed a bid on the house and explained that we were ready to move within 3 weeks. We were told, since the house was empty, this would be no problem. Yet another lie on Texas Heritage Homes. Once they had our contract, almost all cooperation on their side to move quickly ceased. Lance would not return emails or calls. Our realtor could not get his realtor to respond either. Conveniently enough, they were supposedly on vacation for almost 3 weeks between the Whitlocks and their realtor during this closing period. The next part of the nightmare was dealing with an agreement to have a fence built as part of the contract. We negotiated to have a nice cedar fence built with double gates. Boy this was a huge mistake going through the builder. We were overcharged drastically. The fence cost over $7,000 going through the builder. It was not of any quality either. When I had a side conversation with the fence builder, he stated the builder asked him to put in a "builder grade" fence. I have since spoken with other companies and found that we were overcharged by a couple of thousand dollars easily for the type of fence we got. Lance used the fence as an excuse to his poor response on closing. He initially stated that the hold up on closing was due to getting the fence approved through the HOA. Funny thing is is that I called the president of the HOA and they hadn't even gotten a request for the fence almost a week after he blamed them. This is important due to the Lance Whitlock has a habit of blaming everyone else for the lack of his responsiveness. The fence was also not constructed very well. Gate hardware was missing, and the latch on the single gate was hung upside down. After blaming the HOA for the delay of the fence construction, he started shifting blame to us having used VA as the lender. I called him out on that due to we already had funding and the only thing left on our side was the VA inspection which was delayed to his inability to get moving on the fence. Once we moved in, there started to be minor issues with the house. I noticed that the builder didn't use caulk on any of the trim and door frames. After about 2 to 3 weeks, it looked like our house had been through an earthquake with all the cracks surfacing. Paint was subpar as well. I spent the first month to two months correcting issues the builder had done incorrectly. The appliances that the builder uses are cheap. We didn't pay much attention to that unfortunately when we were looking at the house. The real problem came when I had to reach out to the builder and start reporting some of these problems. Mr. Whitlock would respond quickly at first to small items (paint issues), but when it came to bigger issues, it would take months or longer to get any response. We found that after a repair was made, it was a poorly performed repair. When he sent someone out to work the telephone and cable wiring, they only spliced a couple of lines in the attic and left a huge ball of wiring knotted up exposed. AT&T said it's the worst wiring job they have ever seen. I had to personally repair the caulking job. The house looked like it was literally falling apart after a month of living there. We plan at some point, paying for a professional tile person to come in and fix the shower correctly. I have had to rebalance the interior doors on at least half of our house. I bought a damper at Lowes so freezing air didn't come down the vent over our stove. I had to correctly stain the areas of the cabinets that his painter did not do correctly when repairing the paint. I'm still looking at other fixes that I will need to do.   ********** Please read the following closely ********************** The biggest reason to stay away from this builder is his lack of caring about the misery that he puts you through should you have a major defect. In December, 2013, we had an ice storm hit that caused chunks of ice to form on our vehicles. We noticed that after we parked in our garage, the ice melting was pouring into our house. It caused damage to every wall that joined to the garage. I contacted Lance about this in Mid December, 2013. He didn't bother sending anyone to look at the damage until mid January, 2014. He kept stating that it was not an emergency. I guess water flooding your house is never an emergency. Mold is a good thing in his eyes I suppose. He did not ever bother to come look for himself. He said they would replace the base boards in the house and "fix" the garage. Their fix initially was to caulk the sill plate around the perimeter of the walls in the garage. His own guy said this was not a proper fix. I had to fight with Lance for 8 months to get a proper solution. He was trying to go the cheapest route possible with trying everything from tiling the floor, to having someone just pour leveler over it. The garage had over 1" of negative slope. To just pour leveler would never have fixed it given the layout of the garage and the floor not being recessed from the main residence. Lance continued to blame everyone else as to why it was taking so long to resolve. The one person that he sent out told me that he made comments to just do the cheapest job possible. It was only after 5 months of him not doing anything to resolve the issue that we finally decided to pursue legal action against him. At that point, we sent him notification that he was going to be sued. He then came over to the house for about an hour to apologize. It's amazing what a person will do when they are threatened with legal action. We learned that was only to buy him more time though as it drug out several more months. We paid for our own engineer to come out so we could proceed with litigation. He asked for our engineer's report and I asked him why he hadn't sent anyone out after 7 months of his own. It was only after my wife had her law firm draft up the papers, that Lance started sending people out to assess the situation. The job took 3 weeks to fix (it was only supposed to take 1) and the finished product looks less than professional. Over 8 months, Lance only had 3 people look at the garage. 1 of them wouldn't call back or respond due to Lance trying to get him to go the cheapest route possible. Below sums up some of the issues we've had. The biggest problem you will encounter with this builder is his habitual lying and the inability for you to contact him timely when you need a major repair done. Simple repairs usually only take 2 to 3 weeks, but hang on for the bigger repairs. Also, please note, this builder has absolutely no regard for your personal time, but is quick to point out that he will not be bothered in his. What I mean is that on almost every single repair, his guys would show up unannounced. We were never notified when someone would show up. So if someone is not home full time, you may never get your defects addressed properly. 1) Telephone wiring was never wired into any room in the house. 2) No cable wiring was ran to any room in the house 3) No caulk was used on any trim 4) Shower tile is all crooked like he had one of his kids do the tile work 5) Doors are not hung correctly 6) No dampers were installed over the stove or dreyer 7) Master tub is not level 8) No access panel to tub 9) All of the shelving in the house is fixed and can't be adjusted. Cleaning bottles won't fit. 10) Reversed water lines 11) Lighting is not centered correctly in some of the rooms 12) Bad placement/layout of dishwasher to sink 13) Paint was peeling off every cabinet in the house within 2 months of moving in 14) Culvert was not graded correctly by the builder causing massive water retention of over 1 foot deep for several weeks at a time(this was an issue for mosquitos and bad odor) 15) Garage floor sloped towards interior house causing flooding 16) Dishwasher faceplate was peeling off and after builder "fixed" it, it peeled off again within 2 days 17) Sprinkler heads were 3 foot over into neighbors yard.
- Joe M....