The non-work areas of our house that were supposed to be protected from the dust (family room and living room), were not protected and completed covered with drywall dust. The demo area was not shielded with a curtain covered as promised when we spoke with Everett prior to signing the contract and again contract signing. The work is not completed as of 11 Jun 17. Demo began 14 March 17. The last electrical incident occurred 4 Jun approximately 1020PM. The chandelier was on for about 10 minutes and began to flicker on and off. After the third/fourth occurrence, I told my wife to turn off the light. As she touches the switch she screams! This switch is extremely hot and burned my finger. This was the third occurrence of with the electrical since 14 March.I provide a drawing packet to Everett (owner of Decomar Construction Services, Inc.) on multiple occasions via email and hard copy. When Everett arrived on 14 March, he did not have the drawing packet with him. My wife allowed Everett to use our copy but stated to Everett at my direction that he need to bring the copy I provided him so he could do the work. We iterated to Everett that we would like to be kept informed of what work was being done and when the work would be completed. I specifically in a text dated 12 Feb 17 (before contract signing that I would track his schedule in Microsoft Project). We did not hide the fact that we wanted a schedule to track his progression. Everett stated to me that in construction they do not use Microsoft Project to track their work. I told Everett that I would track his progress and I would not require him to use Microsoft Project.Early Jan 17 Everett stated, he would provide his sound guy info.I emailed Everett on 6 Feb 17 and asked for the sound guy’s contact info again so we could discuss the moving of the intercom CD and theater speaker wire.I spoke with again a week or so later. Everett explained to me that he did not want to provide the sound guy’s info because he did not want him to commit to work when we had not signed a contract. I emphasized that talking with the sound guy to see if he could do the work would not commit him to do the work. I further stated that Everett provided the information (name/phone number) of the counter top guy so I did not see why he could not provide the info on the sound guy. On 24 Feb when we signed the contract, I asked Everett for the info on the sound guy and Everett stated, “I do not have a sound guy.” I was disappointed because I was deceived by Everett!! 6.Non-working areas of our house were supposed to be protected from the dust (family room and living room), were completed fill with drywall dust. The demo area was not shielded with a curtain as promised when we spoke with Everett prior to signing the contract and again contract signing.7.A multitude of items were addressed with Everett on discovery March 2017. One significant item was the glue and adhesive that remained on the wood flooring after partial installation around 16-17 March 2017. The stained flooring was identified numerous times by myself and my wife and became a point of contention the last week of 23 March 2017 when my wife stated she had reached her level of compromise because we were living in a dust filled home with glue everywhere. Everett stated, his crew probably tracked the glue/adhesive in their getting around (hence, they did not clean as they worked & also, Everett did not take precaution to cover the floors as they worked). Everett agreed to have someone clean up the adhesive/glue and stated the cleaning crew come in 29 March 2017. The cleaning crew did not come to the house on 29 March. I did not receive a call from Everett stating the cleaning crew were not going to come. A worker did come to the house and worked diligently to remove the adhesive but he could not remove the adhesive. I notified Everett on 4 April 2017 that the cleaning crew had not been to the house to clean as Everett stated. Everett further stated it was just glue on the wood floors and that it would come up in the end. Everett also stated, he thought it was best for us to wait until the end of the project and he would have a cleaning crew do their work at that time.We were consistent in pointing out items that were broken or had poor workmanship. Around the end of March, I created a listing of items that needed to be reworked. Everett got frustrated and stated that I created a punch-list and in construction, they wait until the end of the project and correct everything.Everett consistently mentioned that we should call his references to understand how he works and that he is very meticulous in his work and that he didn’t need anyone to go behind him to correct work. Everett further stated that everything would get corrected at the end and that we needed to trust him and allow him to do his work. His specific words were, “I want to do a good job for you just let me work.”Everett stated to myself and my wife that we did not understand construction as they do not clean as they work. Construction workers wait until the end of the project then they clean and touch up. In construction we broom sweep the area at the end of the day.8.During the March time frame, Everett became angry with my wife one day. Situation: my wife needed to leave the house. She went to our son who was in the room and told him that she was leaving and that he needed to make himself visible while she was gone. Everett took offense to that and told my wife, “that he had never been treated so poorly by a customer…. but maybe just one other time I was treated badly.” 9. Everett charged us an additional $225 to install an electrical outlet on the island. In Everett’s estimate, we were charge for electrical outlets to be installed by code….Florida code. So essentially, Everett charged us twice for an electrical outlet on the island. FL code states: E3901.4.2 Island countertop spaces.At least one receptacle outlet shall be installed at each island countertop space with a long dimension of 24 inches (610 mm) or greater and a short dimension of 12 inches (305 mm) or greater.Everett would not take responsibility for the cabinets not being leveled. He blamed the manufacturer of the cabinets stating the individual were not constructed the same. My opinion is cabinets are not all constructed at the same height which is why you hire an installer (Decomar Construction Services, Inc.) to install and level the cabinets. We had to get back on the schedule of the fabricator which took a week. Needless to say, this caused a 3week delay in the install.12.Over the time of our project, Everett had a difficult time communicating with us on the status of the project and any changes.When workers were scheduled to be here sometimes they did not show and I did not receive a call from Everett notifying us that his workers would not be available.Everett was upset at my wife because she asking for updates (this should not be a surprise as I told Everett, I wanted to track his progress in Microsoft Project and as his customer who is paying him, we should be updated on the work he is doing). I guess as a punishment to us for asking for updates on our project, Everett refused, yes I said refused to conduct further work on site until after the counter tops were installed because he was upset and felt that is was best for him not to be at our house working. The counters were installed 28 April. Everett was off-site from the week of 4 April thru 15 May. During that time he could have installed the refrigerator, dishwasher, crown molding for the pantry, quarter round for the cabinets, hardware for the cabinets and so on. I spoke with Everett on this matter and he stated that it would only take him two days max to complete the unfinished work. Everett started work again on 15 May and could not complete the unfinished work in five days. Once again, his ability to complete work in a timely manner is shown. On 20 May 17, he tells my wife he is ready for a walk-thru, which implies he is ready to finalize everything for payment. I can only go by the actions of someone. I emailed Everett because he was not completing the work as written in the contract. The contracted states, “Time of Completion will be 5 days after granite top installation.” The granite was installed on 28 April 2017. Everett appears to be stalling.We set a date for him to finish the work and he messages me a couple days prior asking if the date & time are ok as if he wants a change. To my recollection he has never contacted me after I confirm a date & time to ask if things were still ok. By Everett’s actions, he gets upset when we point out something he and his crew has done wrong then he decides not to complete the work in our home (note the above where he would not come to our home to complete work after 4 April). I will not apologize for pointing out safety issues e.g. leaving razor blades in our carpet three times or poor workmanship. We are paying for a professional not some handy man on Craig’s List. We found Everett on Build Zoom it the workmanship at best is poor. There isn’t one single area that Decomar Construction Services Inc has completed that does not need to be re-worked (see listing below). Since Everett’s text message at 0640 on 5 Jun, Everett again has not called as stated in said text nor has he communicated through text or email. Please note the photo of the electrical outlet and plumbing under the sink. Typically, a cap/plate is place around item to cover imperfections in the cut outs. There are actually four holes under the sink that are not covered.Everett wanted to do a walk-through on 22 May 17 and for the life of me I can't understand why a professional construction owner would have the below type of work still to be completed and it's asking for a walk through.