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Designer Decks
Recent Review: Doug Jones is truly a master of his craft, which is clearly demonstrated in the quality of the work performed by him and his crew. During the initial consultation, he clearly explained the various options available and answered all my questions completely. He emailed schematics of the deck to make sure all the measurements were correct, and then sent a quote. The work was scheduled for a week later. He and his crew arrived at the time they said, and amazingly the deck was completed in one day. I was expecting it to take at least two days. Everything was clean and tidy when they left. I was amazed with how the deck turned out and could not be happier with the results.
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Tisdale Construction
Business Description: Tisdale Construction, Inc. (TCI) is a state-certified general contracting company with more than 30 years experience in all aspects of residential and commercial construction. TCI is one of the few general contracting companies remaining which employs a field work force of skilled construction specialists and supervisors of which the average age is 39. Additional DBA - Tisdale Construction Inc. Financing available.
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Southern Specialty Contractor LLC
Business Description: METRO ATLANTA CUSTOMERS CALL 678-583-9530 TODAY FOR YOUR FREE STORM DAMAGE ANALYSIS Southern Specialty Contractor is the answer to your premium remodeling, roofing and construction needs. We've been providing quality craftsmanship for over 20 years, to thousands of satisfied customers, both Commercial and Residential. We have a knowledgeable team that can provide you professional assistance with an estimate or evaluation for your project.(some restrictions apply) At Southern Specialty, we pride ourselves on being a fully insured, State Licensed General Contractor, GAF Certified Roof Installer with an emphasis on solid customer relationships.
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RoofWorks Northwest
Recent Review: I am kind of sad that I have moved away from the area and won't get to enjoy another experience working with Sam
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Silva Homes Inc
Recent Review: Alex Silva acted as my general contractor in a major remodel.  His main function seemed to be guarding me against my mistakes.  He realized that the kitchen "foot print" would change if I remodeled later rather than before I started the tile work I had originally called him for.  My "well how much" was always answered with a series of creative choices and very reasonable prices.   Alex subcontracted a lot of the work and did some of it himself. His subs were courteous gentlemen.  No cussing!   We remodeled the kitchen, bathrooms and tiled house throughout,  Alex helped me most by  the suggestions he made for accommodations for my husband's disability as we remodeled the bathrooms.  We tiled the showers, one with handicap features like wheelchair access and grab bars.  He consulted with my husband about the height and angle of the grab bars until they were "just right."  He told me about articulated hinges for the bedroom door and then installed them for me.  He raised the kitchen ceiling and got rid of the popcorn.  He had new lighting installed in the kitchen, dining room, hall and both baths.  When he needed to use a jackhammer, I got a POD and his men helped me load and unload it. He took on the odd things I needed done too.  There were some "out of place" cracks in the outside of the fireplace chimney.  He knew the moment he looked at it what was wrong and how to fix it.  He removed an ancient air conditioner from the wall of the FL room and walled it up.  When he finished there was no sign of the hole, inside or out. Alex took pride in his work and his "subs" did, too.  I would hire them again in a minute!
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Handyman Services by John
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Recent Review: I can recommend John whole-heartedly. There was much of work to be done around the house, both inside and out, that seemed to escape my attention over the last year or two. That's a genteel way of saying I was lazy and procrastinated. I called John, and related to him the tasks I needed done. John came here, looked over what jobs I had in mind, and gave me an idea of what he thought I could expect to pay. He gave me a daily price that I thought fair, and greatly reaffirmed my opinion after the work was done and I examined the results. The man gives a full day's work for what he is paid. He is on time, neat, very professional (to a fault) and competent. What's more, when he uncovered a glaring plumbing fault I didn't know about, he was candid enough to tell me that the complicated problem would best be served by a licensed plumber that takes care of these kinds of problems many times times a month. That's very honest of him, and brave; I've had others workmen who figured they could fix anything, and then botch the job. My wife and I have decided there is other work to be done, and I look forward to him coming out and putting this place to rights. As you can guess, I'm very satisfied with the man all around. An important trait of John is he doesn't ask unnecessary questions and waste the homeowner's time. I hope this review helps the people reading it feel comfortable using him. Paul L. Crystal Beach
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Octillion design + build Inc
Recent Review: Michael Hettrich, owner of Octillion Design, represents himself as a licensed building contractor in Florida. He is not. Hettrich stole $58,000 from us under the guise of performing remodeling services for us to a home that has been in my family since 1959. It was a home we chose to use for downsizing because our children are grown. Hettrich was introduced to us by our licensed architect, Jason B. Taylor. Hettrich walked the property with us in January 2017. He spoke eloquently about what needed to be done to the home due to its age and the wheelchair accessibility needs for Joe who uses a power wheelchair due to SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy). On February 7, we signed the "contract." The contract was full of blanks and Hettrich said he would fill in the blanks and give us a copy. He never did. At that meeting he also asked for a down payment of $27,000 that was "not to be confused with a construction draw." Twenty days later, they started demolishing the kitchen. Many times the project stood still for days or weeks. We called, texted, emailed about the slowness of the project but Hettrich always had a reason why they weren't working. When they started working again in late March, they tore off eaves and some of the roof where the new bedroom was to be added. This exposed the house to the elements and rain came in. On April 13, Hettrich asked for $15,000, "the first draw." He said it was to order lumber and steel to move our project forward. We never saw any order forms, invoices, or materials delivered to the job site. On June 2, we paid him $10,000 for the "second draw." He also asked for "reimbursement" of the permit fee of $1513. We paid the second draw for "concrete because we are going to be digging the footers." He had Mr. Dominguez dig the footers. They were not to code and we failed the first inspection of June 6. Thus far, we have been contacted by two subcontractors who were not paid by Hettrich. We have paid them $5,000. After many excuses and so much money being paid with no progress, we called the county building department who said that Hettrich had fraudulently used another contractor's number. We spoke with the county's building department fraud investigator, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, the Consumer Protection Agency, and hired an attorney for a civil lawsuit. They offer no hope that any of our money can be returned or that Hettrich will go to jail or that he can be prevented from doing this to other unsuspecting people. An investigator found that he has recently done the same thing to a resident of Bradenton, FL. Hettrich had many lawsuits in Chicago caused by the same illegal practices. He claimed bankruptcy and owes the IRS a lot of money. He lives in a mansion with expensive cars that are all leased. He has no property. You will not be able to recover money from this thief or his wife, Laura, who is his partner in crime. 9/25/17 As an update, Hettrich did not respond to the subpoena that was issued to him by the Consumer Protection Agency, therefore ramping the investigation to a higher level.........

Reviews in Winter Haven to Build Wheelchair Ramps

ADesigner Decks
Doug Jones is truly a master of his craft, which is clearly demonstrated in the quality of the work performed by him and his crew. During the initial consultation, he clearly explained the various options available and answered all my questions completely. He emailed schematics of the deck to make sure all the measurements were correct, and then sent a quote. The work was scheduled for a week later. He and his crew arrived at the time they said, and amazingly the deck was completed in one day. I was expecting it to take at least two days. Everything was clean and tidy when they left. I was amazed with how the deck turned out and could not be happier with the results.
- Jonathan M....
ARoofWorks Northwest
I am kind of sad that I have moved away from the area and won't get to enjoy another experience working with Sam
- Donna L....
ASilva Homes Inc
Alex Silva acted as my general contractor in a major remodel.  His main function seemed to be guarding me against my mistakes.  He realized that the kitchen "foot print" would change if I remodeled later rather than before I started the tile work I had originally called him for.  My "well how much" was always answered with a series of creative choices and very reasonable prices.   Alex subcontracted a lot of the work and did some of it himself. His subs were courteous gentlemen.  No cussing!   We remodeled the kitchen, bathrooms and tiled house throughout,  Alex helped me most by  the suggestions he made for accommodations for my husband's disability as we remodeled the bathrooms.  We tiled the showers, one with handicap features like wheelchair access and grab bars.  He consulted with my husband about the height and angle of the grab bars until they were "just right."  He told me about articulated hinges for the bedroom door and then installed them for me.  He raised the kitchen ceiling and got rid of the popcorn.  He had new lighting installed in the kitchen, dining room, hall and both baths.  When he needed to use a jackhammer, I got a POD and his men helped me load and unload it. He took on the odd things I needed done too.  There were some "out of place" cracks in the outside of the fireplace chimney.  He knew the moment he looked at it what was wrong and how to fix it.  He removed an ancient air conditioner from the wall of the FL room and walled it up.  When he finished there was no sign of the hole, inside or out. Alex took pride in his work and his "subs" did, too.  I would hire them again in a minute!
- Joyce G....
AHandyman Services by John
I can recommend John whole-heartedly. There was much of work to be done around the house, both inside and out, that seemed to escape my attention over the last year or two. That's a genteel way of saying I was lazy and procrastinated. I called John, and related to him the tasks I needed done. John came here, looked over what jobs I had in mind, and gave me an idea of what he thought I could expect to pay. He gave me a daily price that I thought fair, and greatly reaffirmed my opinion after the work was done and I examined the results. The man gives a full day's work for what he is paid. He is on time, neat, very professional (to a fault) and competent. What's more, when he uncovered a glaring plumbing fault I didn't know about, he was candid enough to tell me that the complicated problem would best be served by a licensed plumber that takes care of these kinds of problems many times times a month. That's very honest of him, and brave; I've had others workmen who figured they could fix anything, and then botch the job. My wife and I have decided there is other work to be done, and I look forward to him coming out and putting this place to rights. As you can guess, I'm very satisfied with the man all around. An important trait of John is he doesn't ask unnecessary questions and waste the homeowner's time. I hope this review helps the people reading it feel comfortable using him. Paul L. Crystal Beach
- Paul L....
FOctillion design + build Inc
Michael Hettrich, owner of Octillion Design, represents himself as a licensed building contractor in Florida. He is not. Hettrich stole $58,000 from us under the guise of performing remodeling services for us to a home that has been in my family since 1959. It was a home we chose to use for downsizing because our children are grown. Hettrich was introduced to us by our licensed architect, Jason B. Taylor. Hettrich walked the property with us in January 2017. He spoke eloquently about what needed to be done to the home due to its age and the wheelchair accessibility needs for Joe who uses a power wheelchair due to SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy). On February 7, we signed the "contract." The contract was full of blanks and Hettrich said he would fill in the blanks and give us a copy. He never did. At that meeting he also asked for a down payment of $27,000 that was "not to be confused with a construction draw." Twenty days later, they started demolishing the kitchen. Many times the project stood still for days or weeks. We called, texted, emailed about the slowness of the project but Hettrich always had a reason why they weren't working. When they started working again in late March, they tore off eaves and some of the roof where the new bedroom was to be added. This exposed the house to the elements and rain came in. On April 13, Hettrich asked for $15,000, "the first draw." He said it was to order lumber and steel to move our project forward. We never saw any order forms, invoices, or materials delivered to the job site. On June 2, we paid him $10,000 for the "second draw." He also asked for "reimbursement" of the permit fee of $1513. We paid the second draw for "concrete because we are going to be digging the footers." He had Mr. Dominguez dig the footers. They were not to code and we failed the first inspection of June 6. Thus far, we have been contacted by two subcontractors who were not paid by Hettrich. We have paid them $5,000. After many excuses and so much money being paid with no progress, we called the county building department who said that Hettrich had fraudulently used another contractor's number. We spoke with the county's building department fraud investigator, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, the Consumer Protection Agency, and hired an attorney for a civil lawsuit. They offer no hope that any of our money can be returned or that Hettrich will go to jail or that he can be prevented from doing this to other unsuspecting people. An investigator found that he has recently done the same thing to a resident of Bradenton, FL. Hettrich had many lawsuits in Chicago caused by the same illegal practices. He claimed bankruptcy and owes the IRS a lot of money. He lives in a mansion with expensive cars that are all leased. He has no property. You will not be able to recover money from this thief or his wife, Laura, who is his partner in crime. 9/25/17 As an update, Hettrich did not respond to the subpoena that was issued to him by the Consumer Protection Agency, therefore ramping the investigation to a higher level.........
- Susan M....