Hawley Storm Shelter Installation

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Business Description: We are an original family owned and operated manufacturer, installer and service provider of high quality steel security storm doors with screen. Our doors offer a dramatic improvement in security, insulation and build quality over our closest competitor. We look forward to earning the privilege and reward of your business!
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Recent Review: They were awesome. We had hail damage. They are amazing. The storm was in July, 2016. He came out in the beginning of August to do the initial check of my house. He talked to my insurance company. He was very good with the insurance people in getting my house fixed. It took a while to get done because in Colorado, you can't do some things in the winter. On good days, they would come out and work on repairs.  He subcontracted this stuff out because he looked for people who could do the job at a reasonable price. He is not one of those people that will hire just anybody. He makes sure that the job gets done and people want to work. He called when something came up. He came out to check. He was amazing. He was very informative, very professional and very responsive. I didn't have to deal with a lot of stuff like shady people and insurance scams. He took care of the insurance company and everything else. They were always on time. If they couldn't make it because of weather, you got notification. He would call in advance on the scheduled day, like two hours ahead, so I could get my dogs out of the yard.
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Business Description: Additional fax - (303) 337-1997.
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Business Description: We specialize in Storm Related Damage, We are Insurance Specialists and we have hundreds of References!!! We UPGRADE YOUR ROOF FOR FREE, Free Upgrade Class 4IR Impact Resistant Shingles, Free Upgrade Synthetic Felt, Free Upgrade Ridge Vent, Vents by Owens Corning... All of the work we do is to improve your home, we use Super Paint, We use 5" Baked on paint Seamless Gutters, We give free 120 Point HOME Inspections!!! We do Roof Certs for our Clients, and or Realtors... We are 5 Star Rated by HOME ADVISOR, YELP, GOOGLE, YP, Yahoo, Bing, etc...
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Recent Review: Client hired William Gowing, dba Southwest Equine shelters to build a horse barn. Project cost $43,165.00.... Footers in wrong, roofing metal on backwards, stall height wrong, no overhang where requested, hurracaine straps all right hand no left, on backwards! Could go on and on. First mistake, barn was not placed in correct place per excavation contractor and property owner/ client. Metal roof is on wrong, small channel on top of large hold down channel, so top sheet is on under bottom sheet per William's instructions to helpers.Client tried several times to correct this mistake but builder would not listen,have witinesses. Client paid for all helpers and excavation. Client had to hire help to get roof on with William Gowing standing watching. Clients have paid to date thousands more to correct Gowings many mistakes. Had to tear down walls to put in studs where there were no studs. Exterior walls were horses could push or lean on walls. OSB was only screwed down on outer edges. Wife tried to fire him on 11-10-2010 in writing. Gowing begged for job, she felt sorry for him and gave him another chance making it clear he had to listen and show up on time. Clients ended up firing him on 11-21-2010 with Gowing threating to sue clients. Clients were tired and fed up with builder not doing work he was hired to do.Gowing was fired and the barn was not completed. He received to date approx $30000.00. Gowing was slow and not concerned about getting roof metal on before the snow. He would not listen to Client and continued to do poor quality work and show up late to job site. Gowing even argued about how much snow clients get at site property. Client paid for on site porta potty,and cleaning of porta potty every week. William Gowing did not use the porta potty, would uninate by his pickup with female client just a few feet away. Gowing latter admited he is physically unable to be on roof due to heart attack and vertigo. Owner had explained before hiring that her husband was not to be on roof or to help and that she was not to do any lifting. Husband along with two helpers had to install roof per Gowings instructions; wife tried to explain that metal was going on wrong. Gowing argued with her in front of husband and hired help. Client/ wife was right; roof is on wrong and flaps in the wind due to being installed backwards, upside down. Wife had to lift and move lumber to get it under roof before snow storm, Gowing watched, helped at last 14 peices of materials. Client had asked him several times to move wood under roof. Used clients tractors to lift all material up on roof and unload trailers. Client also paid for excavation contractor to set the trusses.Hired help had to repair framing in of tackroom walls Gowing had framed in with wall leaning into tackroom area, not built correctly, several inches in on one side. Gowing argued with Client helpers at every turn causing this to be a stressful and expensive mess, that has had to be repaired from builders mistakes. Owner paid for trusses and materials. Every contractor that has seen this mess has said this builder( William Gowing) does not know what he is doing. William Gowing is a nice guy but this is the worst constructed horse barn and has cost more than a Morton barn would have. The work as done, would not have held up to horse's or a big winds. Gowing would not listen to Owner or owners hired help he repeatedly stated he knew what he was doing. Gowing charged for material that was not on site and left taking some of owners extention cords and all screws and nails and roofing tar paper that owner had paid for. He returned the materials to hardware stores for money back after he was fired. Owners had requested several times that all materials be on site before construction, contractor would not do this,Client requested material be on site several times. Owners tried to work with contractor suppling additional help and even helping themselves. Clients did all site clean up and trash haul off. Clients have had to buy additional materials to repair builders mistakes. William Gowing got paid well, for a very poorly built barn. The clients have had to pay for this building to be repaired and due to weather were unable to complete or use barn for winter. When a person pays for new construction they should not have to fire the contractor and then repair his mistakes before the barn can be completed. DO not use this contractor! To date Clients have paid for total reconstruct of barn. Doors are off by 2 - 6 inches! Trusses all are off due to not reading level. All footers in wrong and having problems. Poor construction high cost!
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Recent Review: Reliable Remodel was VERY responsive to my requests, arrived on time, had a great attitude, worked professionally, worked until the job was complete.  Did a FANTASTIC job!!  The first set of doors was so professionally done, I hired him immediately to replace another set of doors (those doors weren't on my list of replacements until I saw the finished product of the original work requested).  He scheduled the additional work and again completed another set of doors, very professionally.  I have already hired Reliable Remodel to return in the spring to replace even more doors!! Great job !!
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Recent Review: Drew was great, he was obviously a professional and knew how to perform the requested services at a high level. Very nice and reasonable to work with. I would highly recommend Drew.
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Recent Review: Installed a storm door, connected |Electric light in garage, installed a grab bar in bathroom and miscellaneous other repairs Bob is very thorough honest and reasonably priced but a bit slow with jobs Be sure to give complete instructions so there are no misunderstandings about the work to be done |
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Recent Review: The project went on for two years and was never completed. We have tried repeatedly to get in touch with them.
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Recent Review: I have used them to paint the exterior of my house, and they also did my interior shortly after. They have also installed a bay window, entry door, and storm door. We basically call them whenever we need a job done that we don't want to attempt ourselves. There is generally not a long wait to get them in for a job, and they are very efficient which is convenient. They do not leave a lot of garbage laying around, don't track mud across the carpet, and are overall very clean. They were very professional, but they were so friendly that they almost felt like personal friends.

Reviews for Hawley Storm Shelter Installation

FSouthwest Equine Shelters
Client hired William Gowing, dba Southwest Equine shelters to build a horse barn. Project cost $43,165.00.... Footers in wrong, roofing metal on backwards, stall height wrong, no overhang where requested, hurracaine straps all right hand no left, on backwards! Could go on and on. First mistake, barn was not placed in correct place per excavation contractor and property owner/ client. Metal roof is on wrong, small channel on top of large hold down channel, so top sheet is on under bottom sheet per William's instructions to helpers.Client tried several times to correct this mistake but builder would not listen,have witinesses. Client paid for all helpers and excavation. Client had to hire help to get roof on with William Gowing standing watching. Clients have paid to date thousands more to correct Gowings many mistakes. Had to tear down walls to put in studs where there were no studs. Exterior walls were horses could push or lean on walls. OSB was only screwed down on outer edges. Wife tried to fire him on 11-10-2010 in writing. Gowing begged for job, she felt sorry for him and gave him another chance making it clear he had to listen and show up on time. Clients ended up firing him on 11-21-2010 with Gowing threating to sue clients. Clients were tired and fed up with builder not doing work he was hired to do.Gowing was fired and the barn was not completed. He received to date approx $30000.00. Gowing was slow and not concerned about getting roof metal on before the snow. He would not listen to Client and continued to do poor quality work and show up late to job site. Gowing even argued about how much snow clients get at site property. Client paid for on site porta potty,and cleaning of porta potty every week. William Gowing did not use the porta potty, would uninate by his pickup with female client just a few feet away. Gowing latter admited he is physically unable to be on roof due to heart attack and vertigo. Owner had explained before hiring that her husband was not to be on roof or to help and that she was not to do any lifting. Husband along with two helpers had to install roof per Gowings instructions; wife tried to explain that metal was going on wrong. Gowing argued with her in front of husband and hired help. Client/ wife was right; roof is on wrong and flaps in the wind due to being installed backwards, upside down. Wife had to lift and move lumber to get it under roof before snow storm, Gowing watched, helped at last 14 peices of materials. Client had asked him several times to move wood under roof. Used clients tractors to lift all material up on roof and unload trailers. Client also paid for excavation contractor to set the trusses.Hired help had to repair framing in of tackroom walls Gowing had framed in with wall leaning into tackroom area, not built correctly, several inches in on one side. Gowing argued with Client helpers at every turn causing this to be a stressful and expensive mess, that has had to be repaired from builders mistakes. Owner paid for trusses and materials. Every contractor that has seen this mess has said this builder( William Gowing) does not know what he is doing. William Gowing is a nice guy but this is the worst constructed horse barn and has cost more than a Morton barn would have. The work as done, would not have held up to horse's or a big winds. Gowing would not listen to Owner or owners hired help he repeatedly stated he knew what he was doing. Gowing charged for material that was not on site and left taking some of owners extention cords and all screws and nails and roofing tar paper that owner had paid for. He returned the materials to hardware stores for money back after he was fired. Owners had requested several times that all materials be on site before construction, contractor would not do this,Client requested material be on site several times. Owners tried to work with contractor suppling additional help and even helping themselves. Clients did all site clean up and trash haul off. Clients have had to buy additional materials to repair builders mistakes. William Gowing got paid well, for a very poorly built barn. The clients have had to pay for this building to be repaired and due to weather were unable to complete or use barn for winter. When a person pays for new construction they should not have to fire the contractor and then repair his mistakes before the barn can be completed. DO not use this contractor! To date Clients have paid for total reconstruct of barn. Doors are off by 2 - 6 inches! Trusses all are off due to not reading level. All footers in wrong and having problems. Poor construction high cost!
- Lisa F....
AReliable Remodel
Reliable Remodel was VERY responsive to my requests, arrived on time, had a great attitude, worked professionally, worked until the job was complete.  Did a FANTASTIC job!!  The first set of doors was so professionally done, I hired him immediately to replace another set of doors (those doors weren't on my list of replacements until I saw the finished product of the original work requested).  He scheduled the additional work and again completed another set of doors, very professionally.  I have already hired Reliable Remodel to return in the spring to replace even more doors!! Great job !!
- Tami L....
AMountain Maintenance & Remodeling LLC
Drew was great, he was obviously a professional and knew how to perform the requested services at a high level. Very nice and reasonable to work with. I would highly recommend Drew.
- Adam B....
ABob's Handyman Service
Installed a storm door, connected |Electric light in garage, installed a grab bar in bathroom and miscellaneous other repairs Bob is very thorough honest and reasonably priced but a bit slow with jobs Be sure to give complete instructions so there are no misunderstandings about the work to be done |
- Charlotte D....
FARI CONSTRUCTION
The project went on for two years and was never completed. We have tried repeatedly to get in touch with them.
- Jim K....
AMaster Brite Services
I have used them to paint the exterior of my house, and they also did my interior shortly after. They have also installed a bay window, entry door, and storm door. We basically call them whenever we need a job done that we don't want to attempt ourselves. There is generally not a long wait to get them in for a job, and they are very efficient which is convenient. They do not leave a lot of garbage laying around, don't track mud across the carpet, and are overall very clean. They were very professional, but they were so friendly that they almost felt like personal friends.
- Terry F....
AHandy Men & Mrs Helper Kitchen & Bath
Faith responded promptly to my call and set up an appointment with handyman Scott. Scott arrived as promised and was helpful in every way in executing these varied jobs, going far beyond the scope of my original request. Both Faith and Scott were very professional, inspiring confidence in their integrity as well as their ability to achieve a favorable outcome. Both Faith and Scott called after completion of the work to be sure that work was completed satisfactorily. I would definitely call again and have already given out business cards to two neighbors. Highly recommended! People of caring, competence, consideration, and integrity!
- Jane M....