I'm a Realtor and I would NEVER recommend Access Builder Corp, and here's why: I represented a buyer who closed on a house on March 4th, 2016. As a part of the loan contingency, the Seller agreed to make repairs to the shed (a work order). Due to the weather, the shed work was extended to be completed by June 1st, when the appraiser was scheduled to verify the repairs. About a month prior to closing, the Seller's agent contacted Randy of Access Builder Corp. to get an estimate of the repairs, which Access happily gave and promised the work would be completed by June 1st - plenty of time to complete the repairs! The money for the estimate was put in escrow for the repairs based of the estimate - essentially paid in advance. Shortly after closing, as the weather warmed, the Seller's agent again contacted Randy to verify that he planned to scheduled the shed repairs. Randy again re-assured that the shed repairs would be scheduled and completed in time. By the time it was May of this year, the Buyer's lender was getting nervous and asked me to reach out to Randy of Access Builder Corp to verify that the shed repairs were going to happen. On May 10th at around 4pm I connected with Randy of Access Builder Corp to verify that he had scheduled time to complete the REQUIRED repairs. I told Randy that the loan for sale of house requited Sellers to make repairs, and that the money had in fact been set aside for it, and that it had to be done prior to the deadline of June 1st - the latest possible time for the appraisal work order verification. For the third time, Randy verified that he indeed would complete the repair the shed before the deadline. On May 26 - one week before the deadline - I again called Randy of Access Builder Corp to verify that the repairs would be completed in time, at which point he said there was "no way" he could do it in that time frame. H was unprofessional and rude and not grounded in the facts. Here's what he said: - He BLAMED me and said that I never told him that it had to be done by June 1st and that I said "it would be nice" if the repairs were completed on time. - He LIED and said he was never told by any party that this repair was required to be completed by June 1st as a part of the purchase. He was told by the Seller's agent and myself at least three times, and he provided a written estimate of repairs on February 3, 2016 - five months before repairs were to be completed. - He ARGUED with me when I reminded him that he had told several people that the shed repairs would be completed by June 1st and promised to do so on the estimate he sent (Estimate #120303 dated February 3, 2016), and argued again when I told him that I of course would never say "it would be nice" if was completed by the required time. It's a required work order! I do this for a living and deadlines are a part of real estate. I emphasized in our conversation on May 10th that the shed repairs had to be done by June 1st when the appraiser would be there to verify - that was the purpose of my call! - He was DEFENSIVE about his screw-up, offered no apology, solution, referrals, etc. Randy of Access Builder Corp had at least FIVE MONTHS to schedule and complete a small job - replacing shed doors, repairing siding in front of shed, and paint siding and door on front shed - a job that the Sellers happily agreed to and put $1500 in escrow so that they would comply with FHA appraisal guidelines and of course sell their house. We trusted and counted on Randy of Access Builder Corp and not only did he completely let us down, he was really not cool about it or in any way professional. NEVER use Access Builder Corp - there are so many better contractors in the Twin Cities area that will appreciate your business and referrals and get the job done!