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Business Description: Strock Custom Homes has been building homes in Middle TN for seven years. Mr. Strock has been building homes for over thirteen years. Prior to building homes he was an officer and pilot in the Air Force. Strock Custom Homes will design and create your dream whether it’s a new home, addition or remodel.
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Business Description: Specialized in high quality custom home building, home additions, home remodeling and general home maintenance.
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Business Description: I am a building contractor 3rd generation. Building homes and custom pieces for over 25 yrs. W.E. Construction Services has recently become a cabinet dealer offering top quality rta cabinets at contractor prices to all. Contact us for our kitchen and bathroom packages, custom rangehoods or custom home building services that sets us apart from the rest. If you can dream it we can build it.
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Business Description: Tennessee State Board Certified Contractor, Tennessee State Certified Pesticide Applicator, Tennessee State Certified Backflow Testing, STI Certified Landscape Lighting Contractor, Rain Bird Certified Installation Financing available.
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Recent Review: Jerry Reynolds will build your home as if it was his own. I didn’t go into this adventure with Reynolds Builders blindly. My background is in architectural engineering and I watched Jerry build several houses on my street prior to contacting him. He has earned my trust and respect. He’s honest, upfront, and enjoys building homes not just houses. Jerry has a great eye for design, an extensive knowledge of construction costs, methods and materials, and the experience to head off potential problems before they happen. In addition, he has assembled a solid team of subcontractors who are artisans in their own right. In the end, I have a well-built home that exceeds my expectations and Jerry turned the dreaded process of building a home into fun. He’s a keeper!
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Recent Review: Andy returned my phone call within an hour of leaving a message. He came over in less than 2 hours to look at the job and give the estimate. Luckily, he was able to start work in 3 days. We had a tarp over the patio door for 6 weeks while waiting for 3 other repairmen  to  even respond to a request to look at the job.   In 2 1/2 days the very professional, knowledgeable, and personable crew of three had the job completed. I appreciated the ongoing communication as the damage was assessed and the detailed method of repairing it. Andy is the most experienced and conscientious "handyman" I have ever done business with.  His background in building homes makes him very qualified, and his desire to do it the right way is admirable. The whole experience was great down to the last detail of cleaning up each day before they left. I will definitely call him again.
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Recent Review: This company will promise you everything to get you into a contract, but once you sign, forget about it. There were issues identified during the home inspection, walk-thru, and final walk-thru, that to this day have not been resolved. On the day of closing, I was promised these issues would be taken care of before I finished signing the papers, and that was a lie. I foolishly believed they would follow through on their word, but that was a huge mistake. To get these issues taken care of I had to submit a work order through the home warranty. However, they have not yet fixed these issues. FOUR times, I have been given a day and time of when their contractor would come and they have been a no-show each time. Additionally, the companies is still building homes in the subdivision and their contractors are so disrespectful of those who currently live here. They leave tons of dirt, rocks, trash, and nails in the road, and they blast music from the homes they are working on from early in the morning to late in the evening. I asked a painter to turn the music down and he told me to call the police because they wouldn't do anything. They are great and responsive until you sign your contract, and everything after that is a nightmare. BUYERS BEWARE!
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Recent Review: I am hard to please; slow to trust; and have learned that it's simply easier to learn to do things myself...until I met JASON NEWSOM OF NEWSOM ROOFING. For those who don't want to read the entire review, I will summarize by saying that he, his lead guy Jeff, AND HIS CREW were Punctual; Affordable; Respectful; Trustworthy; Patient; Fast; Neat; Detailed; Responsive; Appreciative; Honest; Used Initiative; Cost Conscious; Prepared; English speaking; Good Hygiene; Etiquettely Conscious; Dog Friendly; Flexible and one of the few vendors left who care more about their reputation and quality of work than a profit. They use top of the line products that come with LIFE-TIME warranties and are the only company I found who offer a 10 YEAR WORKMANSHIP WARRANTY that IS TRANSFERRABLE to a new owner. I must add that my trust issues are so severe, that I, yes a girl, was all over that 3 story roof in the beginning, middle and after repair was completed. Anyone I hired was going to have to be very tolerant AND secure because nothing was going to get past me! I received several different quotes for what was originally a leak around a fireplace and had been repaired three prior times. One quote was for yet another overpriced patch job, only they also said I needed to do all three of the chimneys (not true). Another said I needed a whole new roof, met with the insurance company and convinced them of the same thing (Only 14 years old). Although I was somewhat grateful, this now meant filing a claim with my insurance company (1st ever); and I became suspicious when they attempted to go directly through the insurance agent to find out how much money had been approved once I discovered that I would be given the payment directly and have to make all of the decisions myself. They literally tried to stall giving me a quote hoping to learn how much insurance was approving first. Since I was purposefully withholding that information at the advice of the insurance agent and they weren't giving me the quote, I decided to get another quote so I would at least have something to compare to. I should mention that this roofing company was actually a friend/client who I assumed I could trust and I was now feeling obligated to hire. This is when I found Newsom Roofing on Angie's List. I simply told them I wanted a quote for replacing the roof and was blown away by how quickly they responded AND came out to give me a quote (with me on their heels three stories high). They were also the ONLY company from Angie's List that replied via text like I requested. Their quote fell within the amount that insurance was approving and they were prepared to begin that week with an estimate of 3 days to complete. The only thing they had asked for was a copy of the measurements the insurance agent used to make sure they were accurately quoting me on the same anticipated work. They never asked how much, etc. I also learned that being a $40,000 roof, the insurance check would have to be held in trust by Wells Fargo who held the mortgage on the house (NOT a fan of Wells Fargo, especially after this experience, but that's another story). This meant that Wells Fargo would "feed" me the money in installments so they could send inspectors out periodically to make sure I was spending the money on the roof and it was being done correctly. Which also meant that the roofers would probably have to stop/delay work to meet Wells Fargo's requirements and also have to wait longer to get payment (If you are familiar with the way mortgage companies work, they seem to have a law written that gives them a right to have 5-7 days in between every move, phone call, or sip of water that they take). Newsom Roofing was completely agreeable, familiar with the process, and empathetic through the process as well. When I told the original roofing company that I had requested another quote since they weren't responding, they miraculously sent me an over budget quote, using lessor quality materials, and only minimums which left no room for unexpected repairs, etc. (which ended up being significant) and only offered a 3 year non-transferrable workmanship warranty!!!! I was blown away. I went with Jason Newsom and couldn't be happier. They lived up to everything they promised and even handled outside contractors when we learned that some adjustments would need to be made to some faulty gutters. Additionally, after everything was done and I saw how nice the new topper to the one (approved) chimney looked, although not necessary, I wanted new ones for the other two chimneys. Without a blink of an eye, Jason measured, ordered and installed within the following week (and they had to be custom because of awkward size). My home was a true Southern Mansion and apparently, Jason's crew was so impressive that they caught the eyes of an out of town family looking to buy a home in the area. The family begged their agent to see if maybe the roof was being done to also prep the house for sale. Ironically, I had been trying to sell for 6 years and was about to put the house back on the market. In the end, that family purchased my home prior to having to list it. The 30 day escrow landed me in a rental home, and I intend to use Jason and Jeff for all roof inspections on prospective homes. My final comments should not be taken as expected in any way but I feel like I have to share. Jason Newsom had come in just under the amount allotted to me by the insurance company. I decided early on that if they lived up to their promises, I would bonus them the remaining money; and was so thrilled to be able to do so. I even, at his objection, trusted and fronted him the final payment prior to receiving it from Wells Fargo because I didn't feel it was fair for him to have to wait. Once I received the final payment, which required his signature to deposit, Jason came by same day to sign even though he had already been paid and could have waited until it was convenient for him or even not at all. It was this visit that I realized he had not given me a statement for the gutter repairs and additions that I made after the job was completed and he said he would forward it in the mail. The only thing I got in the mail was the "Paid In Full" Statement which now included the gutters and chimney caps!!! When confronted, he said he was so grateful for the unexpected bonus for he and his staff and had enjoyed working with me so much that he was not charging me for the additional work. I was humbled and grateful, however, still plan to pay him whether he likes it or not. Life as a homeowner would be so much easier if there were more vendors like Jason Newsom and the staff of Newsom Roofing.
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Recent Review: The builder owns 3 businesses: Elite Builds All American Garage Builders One Stop Kitchen and Bath The builder appears to take building homes very seriously. He checks in on the homes once every day or two. He uses good subcontractors on the houses.  But garages are a different story. Profit margins are smaller. The builder can't be bothered with garages when his heart is in houses. So, the builder hands over the garage construction to a "project manager", who is not a builder.  And the project manager knows little about real construction--he is a salesman who tries to run the project.  On the garage side of the business, they used inexperienced or poor quality crews who do sub-standard work. Then we would complain. They would fix it or try to. The crews they would send to make repairs didn't speak English and I often had to tell them what to do. Even then, they would "rig" it instead of making proper repairs. If I hadn't complained, they wouldn't have fixed it. You might as well be your in builder and babysit your own sub-contractors, because you will have to babysit their subs. The problem with our workshop was the "project manager" who oversaw it was rarely on site. Rarely knew what was going on.  I understand they do *not* do this on houses. But, on garages they feel it's ok. The combination of poor quality crews and a project manager who doesn't manage the job like a builder = dozens of significant problems. We had problems with the foundation, warped framing, warped walls, warped windows, and windows in the wrong location. None of this was a problem--until I complained. Then the project manager acts like I'm picky.  What made me angry early on was when the project manager showed up on site after I repeatedly complained. He swore that the foundation was correct (even though a simple Google query showed it was not), and then to pacify me, he called a structural engineer. The structural engineer failed the foundation for exactly the reasons I complained about. No offense to anyone, but if you can't tell a foundation footer is wrong, why are you in the building business? Better question: Why is someone managing a construction project who can't tell the difference? This is how the whole project went.  I finally bypassed the project manager and went to the builder. After some insistence, he took over. And he made the final repairs to the framing and sheetrock using the same repair crews as what he uses on his houses.  One of their other customers contacted me for similar reasons as I wrote above. All American Garages own subcontractors (more than one) told me the garage side of the business is a mess--that every job site they come to, someone like me is upset.  Even in my final meeting with the builder, I don't think the builder agreed with me that garages need about the same supervision as a house. I was disappointed. I've made millions of dollars running several businesses. I know what I'm talking about. I am TELLING you what your problem is AND the solution: that your garage business model is flawed and you MUST supervise a garage the same as you would a house. Either get out of the garage/workshop building business OR supervise it like a house. It's that simple. I would recommend Terry on the home building side. But I would not recommend using them for a garage or workshop. Summary. Houses: Terry is a good builder. Garages: Delegated responsibility to a salesman. Lack of supervision. Inferior crews. You cannot run a project from the phone. The person you put in charge must have more knowledge about construction.

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AReynolds Builders
Jerry Reynolds will build your home as if it was his own. I didn’t go into this adventure with Reynolds Builders blindly. My background is in architectural engineering and I watched Jerry build several houses on my street prior to contacting him. He has earned my trust and respect. He’s honest, upfront, and enjoys building homes not just houses. Jerry has a great eye for design, an extensive knowledge of construction costs, methods and materials, and the experience to head off potential problems before they happen. In addition, he has assembled a solid team of subcontractors who are artisans in their own right. In the end, I have a well-built home that exceeds my expectations and Jerry turned the dreaded process of building a home into fun. He’s a keeper!
- Linda M....
AHandi Andy
Andy returned my phone call within an hour of leaving a message. He came over in less than 2 hours to look at the job and give the estimate. Luckily, he was able to start work in 3 days. We had a tarp over the patio door for 6 weeks while waiting for 3 other repairmen  to  even respond to a request to look at the job.   In 2 1/2 days the very professional, knowledgeable, and personable crew of three had the job completed. I appreciated the ongoing communication as the damage was assessed and the detailed method of repairing it. Andy is the most experienced and conscientious "handyman" I have ever done business with.  His background in building homes makes him very qualified, and his desire to do it the right way is admirable. The whole experience was great down to the last detail of cleaning up each day before they left. I will definitely call him again.
- Florence L....
FHANK CONSTRUCTION/HANK INSPECTION
Problems began as soon as we signed the contract and gave him a $10,000 deposit. For the first several months, little progress was made. We found out his only crew was building homes in Rutherford County. The hillside lot was not properly excavated, resulting in an 18 foot, unusable crawlspace. He used concrete block for the foundation. He should have used poured reinforced concrete on this lot. He refused to use Tyvek or other similar building wrap. In violation of the contract, he used Goodman HVAC units. This mfg. has the worst maintenance and repair record of 15 mfg's rated by Consumer Reports. We gave him an additional $39000 for change of orders. When it became clear he would not complete in time, we pressed and he stopped work. In September 2005, he filed Chapter 7 Bankruptcy, and his petition was granted in March 2006. In addition to my wife and me, he defrauded countless small subcontrators, suppliers, lending institutions out of hundreds of thousands of dollars.
- Robert A....
DPARKSIDE HOMES LLC
This company will promise you everything to get you into a contract, but once you sign, forget about it. There were issues identified during the home inspection, walk-thru, and final walk-thru, that to this day have not been resolved. On the day of closing, I was promised these issues would be taken care of before I finished signing the papers, and that was a lie. I foolishly believed they would follow through on their word, but that was a huge mistake. To get these issues taken care of I had to submit a work order through the home warranty. However, they have not yet fixed these issues. FOUR times, I have been given a day and time of when their contractor would come and they have been a no-show each time. Additionally, the companies is still building homes in the subdivision and their contractors are so disrespectful of those who currently live here. They leave tons of dirt, rocks, trash, and nails in the road, and they blast music from the homes they are working on from early in the morning to late in the evening. I asked a painter to turn the music down and he told me to call the police because they wouldn't do anything. They are great and responsive until you sign your contract, and everything after that is a nightmare. BUYERS BEWARE!
- Tiffany J....
ANewsom Roofing
I am hard to please; slow to trust; and have learned that it's simply easier to learn to do things myself...until I met JASON NEWSOM OF NEWSOM ROOFING. For those who don't want to read the entire review, I will summarize by saying that he, his lead guy Jeff, AND HIS CREW were Punctual; Affordable; Respectful; Trustworthy; Patient; Fast; Neat; Detailed; Responsive; Appreciative; Honest; Used Initiative; Cost Conscious; Prepared; English speaking; Good Hygiene; Etiquettely Conscious; Dog Friendly; Flexible and one of the few vendors left who care more about their reputation and quality of work than a profit. They use top of the line products that come with LIFE-TIME warranties and are the only company I found who offer a 10 YEAR WORKMANSHIP WARRANTY that IS TRANSFERRABLE to a new owner. I must add that my trust issues are so severe, that I, yes a girl, was all over that 3 story roof in the beginning, middle and after repair was completed. Anyone I hired was going to have to be very tolerant AND secure because nothing was going to get past me! I received several different quotes for what was originally a leak around a fireplace and had been repaired three prior times. One quote was for yet another overpriced patch job, only they also said I needed to do all three of the chimneys (not true). Another said I needed a whole new roof, met with the insurance company and convinced them of the same thing (Only 14 years old). Although I was somewhat grateful, this now meant filing a claim with my insurance company (1st ever); and I became suspicious when they attempted to go directly through the insurance agent to find out how much money had been approved once I discovered that I would be given the payment directly and have to make all of the decisions myself. They literally tried to stall giving me a quote hoping to learn how much insurance was approving first. Since I was purposefully withholding that information at the advice of the insurance agent and they weren't giving me the quote, I decided to get another quote so I would at least have something to compare to. I should mention that this roofing company was actually a friend/client who I assumed I could trust and I was now feeling obligated to hire. This is when I found Newsom Roofing on Angie's List. I simply told them I wanted a quote for replacing the roof and was blown away by how quickly they responded AND came out to give me a quote (with me on their heels three stories high). They were also the ONLY company from Angie's List that replied via text like I requested. Their quote fell within the amount that insurance was approving and they were prepared to begin that week with an estimate of 3 days to complete. The only thing they had asked for was a copy of the measurements the insurance agent used to make sure they were accurately quoting me on the same anticipated work. They never asked how much, etc. I also learned that being a $40,000 roof, the insurance check would have to be held in trust by Wells Fargo who held the mortgage on the house (NOT a fan of Wells Fargo, especially after this experience, but that's another story). This meant that Wells Fargo would "feed" me the money in installments so they could send inspectors out periodically to make sure I was spending the money on the roof and it was being done correctly. Which also meant that the roofers would probably have to stop/delay work to meet Wells Fargo's requirements and also have to wait longer to get payment (If you are familiar with the way mortgage companies work, they seem to have a law written that gives them a right to have 5-7 days in between every move, phone call, or sip of water that they take). Newsom Roofing was completely agreeable, familiar with the process, and empathetic through the process as well. When I told the original roofing company that I had requested another quote since they weren't responding, they miraculously sent me an over budget quote, using lessor quality materials, and only minimums which left no room for unexpected repairs, etc. (which ended up being significant) and only offered a 3 year non-transferrable workmanship warranty!!!! I was blown away. I went with Jason Newsom and couldn't be happier. They lived up to everything they promised and even handled outside contractors when we learned that some adjustments would need to be made to some faulty gutters. Additionally, after everything was done and I saw how nice the new topper to the one (approved) chimney looked, although not necessary, I wanted new ones for the other two chimneys. Without a blink of an eye, Jason measured, ordered and installed within the following week (and they had to be custom because of awkward size). My home was a true Southern Mansion and apparently, Jason's crew was so impressive that they caught the eyes of an out of town family looking to buy a home in the area. The family begged their agent to see if maybe the roof was being done to also prep the house for sale. Ironically, I had been trying to sell for 6 years and was about to put the house back on the market. In the end, that family purchased my home prior to having to list it. The 30 day escrow landed me in a rental home, and I intend to use Jason and Jeff for all roof inspections on prospective homes. My final comments should not be taken as expected in any way but I feel like I have to share. Jason Newsom had come in just under the amount allotted to me by the insurance company. I decided early on that if they lived up to their promises, I would bonus them the remaining money; and was so thrilled to be able to do so. I even, at his objection, trusted and fronted him the final payment prior to receiving it from Wells Fargo because I didn't feel it was fair for him to have to wait. Once I received the final payment, which required his signature to deposit, Jason came by same day to sign even though he had already been paid and could have waited until it was convenient for him or even not at all. It was this visit that I realized he had not given me a statement for the gutter repairs and additions that I made after the job was completed and he said he would forward it in the mail. The only thing I got in the mail was the "Paid In Full" Statement which now included the gutters and chimney caps!!! When confronted, he said he was so grateful for the unexpected bonus for he and his staff and had enjoyed working with me so much that he was not charging me for the additional work. I was humbled and grateful, however, still plan to pay him whether he likes it or not. Life as a homeowner would be so much easier if there were more vendors like Jason Newsom and the staff of Newsom Roofing.
- Erica S....
FAll American Garage Builders LLC
The builder owns 3 businesses: Elite Builds All American Garage Builders One Stop Kitchen and Bath The builder appears to take building homes very seriously. He checks in on the homes once every day or two. He uses good subcontractors on the houses.  But garages are a different story. Profit margins are smaller. The builder can't be bothered with garages when his heart is in houses. So, the builder hands over the garage construction to a "project manager", who is not a builder.  And the project manager knows little about real construction--he is a salesman who tries to run the project.  On the garage side of the business, they used inexperienced or poor quality crews who do sub-standard work. Then we would complain. They would fix it or try to. The crews they would send to make repairs didn't speak English and I often had to tell them what to do. Even then, they would "rig" it instead of making proper repairs. If I hadn't complained, they wouldn't have fixed it. You might as well be your in builder and babysit your own sub-contractors, because you will have to babysit their subs. The problem with our workshop was the "project manager" who oversaw it was rarely on site. Rarely knew what was going on.  I understand they do *not* do this on houses. But, on garages they feel it's ok. The combination of poor quality crews and a project manager who doesn't manage the job like a builder = dozens of significant problems. We had problems with the foundation, warped framing, warped walls, warped windows, and windows in the wrong location. None of this was a problem--until I complained. Then the project manager acts like I'm picky.  What made me angry early on was when the project manager showed up on site after I repeatedly complained. He swore that the foundation was correct (even though a simple Google query showed it was not), and then to pacify me, he called a structural engineer. The structural engineer failed the foundation for exactly the reasons I complained about. No offense to anyone, but if you can't tell a foundation footer is wrong, why are you in the building business? Better question: Why is someone managing a construction project who can't tell the difference? This is how the whole project went.  I finally bypassed the project manager and went to the builder. After some insistence, he took over. And he made the final repairs to the framing and sheetrock using the same repair crews as what he uses on his houses.  One of their other customers contacted me for similar reasons as I wrote above. All American Garages own subcontractors (more than one) told me the garage side of the business is a mess--that every job site they come to, someone like me is upset.  Even in my final meeting with the builder, I don't think the builder agreed with me that garages need about the same supervision as a house. I was disappointed. I've made millions of dollars running several businesses. I know what I'm talking about. I am TELLING you what your problem is AND the solution: that your garage business model is flawed and you MUST supervise a garage the same as you would a house. Either get out of the garage/workshop building business OR supervise it like a house. It's that simple. I would recommend Terry on the home building side. But I would not recommend using them for a garage or workshop. Summary. Houses: Terry is a good builder. Garages: Delegated responsibility to a salesman. Lack of supervision. Inferior crews. You cannot run a project from the phone. The person you put in charge must have more knowledge about construction.
- Josh B....