Brinson Carport Building

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Recent Review: Wonderful experience with Ga Portable. The employees were all considerate of our needs and were very knowledgeable. Great doing business with this company. From the purchase to the installment they exceeded our expectations. Would definitely recommend Georgia Portable and would deal with them again. Excellent service from everyone involved. Beautiful carport!
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Business Description: Affinity Building Systems is a leading manufacturer of high-performance modular structures for single-family or multi-family residences, hospitality, and commercial structures such as offices, hotels, apartments, etc. Our modular buildings are built to the same building codes as traditional site-built construction. Affinity Building Systems is based in Lakeland, Georgia and provides modular buildings to independent, authorized builders throughout the Southeast. (Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, South Carolina, North Carolina, and Tennessee)
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Recent Review: Outstanding from start to finish. Especially appreciated the help with our local zoning board.
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Recent Review: Our home is located in Aspen Brook Subdivision in Mcdonough, Georgia 30252.  Our home was designed by Brian Robison.  Our base home price was very reasonable.  We purchased upgrades approximately of $40,000. The quality of the work is far superior to other homes I have seen.  I was involved from Day 1 to completion.  Brian has excellent communication skills and always responded immediately to any questions we had.  Time management and completion was always on target.  Brian has dependable employees who were always available to answer questions when we were on the job site.  In addition to the excellent customer service Brian gave us, he also has connections with regards to shutters, landscaping, lighting etc.  All quality companies with solid work ethics.  I can honestly say that we truly enjoyed working with Summit Design.  Brian is an honest competent person of integrity.  I highly recommend Summit Design if you are looking to build a new home.  Please feel free to drive by my beautiful home!
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Business Description: Ken Hall has over 20 years experience in Remodeling any room in your home or updating the Interior of your Home. Custom Quality Kitchen and Bathroom Remodels are top on our List. We offer free in home estimates. Take a look at our pictures posted of Bathroom & Kitchen Remodels, or go directly to our website for more information and pictures. We are also featured on Houzz, check out our customer reviews and pictures. We look forward to meeting with you and seeing your Design ideas for your home.
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Business Description: Greenway Builders & Realty is your real estate company focused on servicing you. We will sell your home, find your dream home, manage your rental property, or remodel your home to look better than ever. We will redesign your home, build a new kitchen with all the extras, design a luxury bathroom, add a bedroom or sunroom, and make your home a delightful place of enjoyment. Our family has been the turn-key family business bringing your home up to date with all the class and amenities you have dreamed about. Call us today at 229-347-0968 or 229-343-1334. We have built homes, remodeled businesses and homes, listed and sold, and helped you find buyers for 35 years. We are a family you can trust.
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Business Description: All phases of construction, Home improvement services, Tile showers, carports and garages, decks and sun rooms, Remodeling
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Business Description: R & B Metal Structures Inc. is located halfway between Atlanta and Macon GA. Our buildings are manufactured in Jackson, GA. We offer the most competitive pricing in the industry. Manufacturing of carports, garages, utility/storage buildings, barns, agricultural/RV and boat covers along with greenhouses. We offer a Rent-To-Own program as well as financing. We render our services in the following states: GA, SC, NC, TN, OH, KY, AL, MS, LA, AZ. Let us help you with your business needs!
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Business Description: DB Building is a reliable construction specialist with a great reputation for the high level of service we offer to all clients. We are also renowned for our ability to adapt to the needs of each customer even if work has already commenced. Our skills and expertise has been gained over the 25 years we have been involved in the building trade and the study of building techniques. We carry on this tradition of learning to ensure we keep up to date on new developments in our industry. When you need builders in hinesville ga we can offer the most diverse number of services in one place, from small jobs like fitting windows or repairing brickwork to roofing, building restorations and even new builds like garages or extensions. We have you covered regardless of the service you need and guarantee a quality service completed by professionals. Our builders keep up to date on building regulations and safety requirements to ensure that inhabitants of the property are safe and secure following the completion of work. You can be confident with DB Building handling your project. Our team of experts have experience of working on both domestic and commercial properties and understand the unique challenges each different project offers. We complete each project with passion, caring and an eye for detail because we know how much customers value the finished result and how this value can lead to positive reviews and recommendations. In every project we use high quality materials and the best levels of workmanship to produce incredible results. The experts at DB Building can even help you in the design stages of your project if you require it. We can produce full designs, including sketches, architectural plans, engineering reports and feasibility studies.
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Recent Review: I saw his sign on hwy 280 in Black Creek, GA.  I called the number and we set up a time to meet to discuss what type of storage building I wanted.  It took 20 minutes or so and he followed me to my home to measure it out and to help me decide on location.  He had an assortment of colors to choose from and once that was decided he faxed my order in.  I've looked at Handy Houses and Cook portable buildings and although they are cheaper they are cheaper for a reason.  Braces were plentiful on these Lark buildings and NOT so much on the others.  Mr. Shuman saw the process all the way through.  He also moved another building for me and it was dead on the money level before he left.  He didn't charge near enough for what he had to go through to move it.

Reviews in Brinson to Build Carports

FHandi-House Of Yulee
We visited Handi-House of Yulee to purchase a storage building. We were told that we couldn't be helped  by the person in the office but would need to make an appointment with Carey who handles the Carolina Carport portion of the business. We were told to expect about four weeks from start to finish. We called back to make an appointment with Carey because he didn't call us when we left our name and number. We made an appointment that was cancelled by Carey and delayed until the following week. We did make a purchase at that time as was told to expect closer to six weeks for completion. We decided to use his suggested person for concrete. That caused a three week delay as we attempted to get a contractors license number from the concrete person for our building permit. Carey told us with each contact that he would look into getting the info for us and call us back. We never heard back. The contractor took three weeks to pour the 20'x 36' concrete pad. Then we had to wait an additional six weeks for the building. We started the process October 9th and the building went up, finally, on January 9th. The only help we had in the office was from another in the office who finally gave us phone numbers for Carolina Carports. We're still waiting to "hear back" from Carey about when we might finally get our building! The one thing I have learned is that when the deposit is paid, you will be on your own and all service from Handi-House of Yulee is over.
- Christy T....
ABlack Creek Utility Buildings/Carports
I saw his sign on hwy 280 in Black Creek, GA.  I called the number and we set up a time to meet to discuss what type of storage building I wanted.  It took 20 minutes or so and he followed me to my home to measure it out and to help me decide on location.  He had an assortment of colors to choose from and once that was decided he faxed my order in.  I've looked at Handy Houses and Cook portable buildings and although they are cheaper they are cheaper for a reason.  Braces were plentiful on these Lark buildings and NOT so much on the others.  Mr. Shuman saw the process all the way through.  He also moved another building for me and it was dead on the money level before he left.  He didn't charge near enough for what he had to go through to move it.
- Lucretia H....
ATodd Phillips Construction
This was the forth house that we have built.   We used contractors for all of the houses.   The building experience with Todd was by far the best of all.    Why?   For three very good reasons: 1. SUBS   He made available for us to use some excellent sub-contractors.    We were pleasantly surprised at being able to get the best in the area when we had heard that it was very difficult to get contractors to do what they say they will do it when you want it done.   These were loyal subs that Todd had built a relationship with over his 20 plus years of experience.   We got the benefit of all those years of building  the best group of subs in the area. 2.  HARD WORKING Todd was on the job,  correcting any issues we had,   putting in the long hours to make sure that there was follow-through on any issues that we brought to his attention.  He worked for us in ways I never saw our other contractors do. 3.   GOOD WORKING  RELATIONSHIP-  Todd was very easy to work with.    He returned calls,   answered  questions,   gave us good counsel and options,  but never took over where we wanted it done a certain way. I would recommend Todd to anyone wanting a good house building experience.
- Joe C....
DTrinity Custom Homes
Told us 155 days to finish, tool over a year. Had three walk thru and gave up. Would not answer questions, lied, and refused to be accountable for mistakes. Had four foreman, made many mistakes. Do not trust.
- Thomas S....
ATodd Phillips Construction
While he was on Angie's list for Ellijay, ga, he let me know he does not go that far over from his home base in dalton, ga. He's contacted Angie's list to let them know, but doesn't seem to be working. He contacted me right away after he received my email. He was very nice and told me if I considered a site closer to him we could work together. Also, gave me some realistic advice on my budget, which wasn't too far off, but you can't blame me for wanting more and not knowing what the building requirements are for a home in the mountains. I appreciated his help. I hope we will be able to still work together.
- Mel W....
AMetalCon
The guys at Metal-Con were great to work with. They were very flexible and casual, and the results were exactly what I had hoped for. DeRon started the process with initial designs using AutoCAD, and together we refined the plan until it balanced what I wanted with what I was willing to spend. Once we reached an agreement, I made a small deposit to start everything and they quickly ordered the necessary materials to begin the work. I was very comfortable with the financial arrangements, because it was clear from the start that they had much more of their money on the line (with all the metal and parts they ordered) than I did with the small deposit. My land needed clearing for the building, and even though there was no formal agreement as to who would do that, DeRon seemed more than happy to work with me to make it happen. He delivered his bulldozer to the site and after some quick lessons, I was soon pushing dirt around. He would drop by for a few hours every once in a while to make sure everything was going OK, and because I think he really enjoyed driving the bulldozer. (He didn't want me to have all the fun.) All of the guys at Metal-Con (DeRon, Chris, Scott; I hope I got their names right) made sure the project kept moving along. They coordinated all the other contractors and obtained the necessary permits and inspections for the foundation and plumbing. Since I can do electrical work, I decided to do that myself, and they were fine with that. Even after the project was completed and I had given them the final check, they still came by to check on everything and perform a final clean-up. I'm confident that they'll be around if I need anything. If you're thinking about putting up a metal building, you should definitely give Metal-Con a call.
- David G....
AQuality Portable Buildings
They did a good job. They did what they said they were going to do. They set the building up level, and did what I expected. My parents shopped around and they gave them the best price. They were 20-30 minutes earlier than they said they would be. I didn't have any complaints about them.
- Mark W....
DJM Murray Construction Co. Inc.
Internet search, thru BBB, google, etc., I couldn't find any info on JM Murray Construction. Meeting in person he seemed like a nice guy, and a single parent, so we gave him a chance. Got a build cost for our house, based on the plans we presented him, which we used to secure a construction loan. After getting loan, he met with us and raised the cost over $30k. Explained that we had a lot of features and that he had gone over the plans with other "professional builders" and they concurred. We hadn't signed a contract yet, so our options were to stay with him or start a new search for a builder. Throughout the build, the lot and home were filthy. Cigarettes all over, plastic bottles & cans thrown about and workers throwing trash into the undeveloped empty lot next door. We built in a nice HOA, so every time we(wife & I) visited the site(most weekends) we would spend 10-30mins cleaning the area, so we wouldn't be fined. Mentioned it to the builder several times , but didn't make any progress in having the behavior stopped. Two other homes under construction in our HOA: Completely opposite of ours; big trashcans inside, being used, no debris blowing around outside. A lot of the work seemed to mirror the workers' disregard for the jobsite. Throughout this build, my wife & I pointed out several things we thought were being done sloppily or incompletely. The builder would acknowledge many of them and give us the same response each time- "that's a punch-list item". He kept telling us that he had the best finisher in town and all those things would be taken care of at the end. Unfortunately, the finisher in a lot of cases is just sprucing up or covering bad work, and that was certainly the case here. Many times I'd point out big gaps or rough finishes, and his response would be "I thought you wanted a rustic look", as if it was some kind of excuse for sloppy work. Also, throughout the build, we would text or e-mail him different color/material choices, often with pictures of the SKU numbers. Many times he would tell us the build was slowed because he was waiting for us to make a decision on some item. I would pull up the e-mail or text on my phone, that had been sent to him several weeks before to show him, and he would just apologize and say he must have accidentally deleted it. At one point he requested that I just send texts, because he "gets so many e-mails, I just delete a lot of them". We were his only customers for the first 6 or 7mos of the build, so I would have expected him to save all e-mails regarding our build in one folder. When we finalized decisions on different materials, like tile, wood flooring, granite counters, etc. a lot of the vendors we talked to would relay odd exchanges they had with our builder, expressing concerns that "he doesn't seem to know what he's doing". My wife & I work for the biggest employer in this area, with a lot of employees being locals for decades or more. On several occasions, we had co-workers(who we had never talked to about our house) come up and tell us that we needed to be careful with our home, because our builder doesn't know what he's doing. Seven months into the project the builder certified to the bank that he was 97% complete, in order to get his last payment. It took almost 4mos to finish from that point(disclosure-a hurricane caused an additional 2wk delay). The project would sit dormant for weeks at a time. There was(and is) a construction boon in this area, so some of the delays were understandable. Others were just ridiculous: Tile in master shower took months; someone would start it, get 2 or 3ft up the wall, then stop. 2 or 3wks later someone else would be there working on it and make minimal progress. Then next week, a 3rd crew would be taking it down. Same with our stacked river rock facade around the front of the house; various crews there, week to week, putting it up, but no actual progress. During the last few months of the build Mr. Murray would call or text us, saying that an area was done. We would have to call or text him back, tell him we were standing in the house, and the work wasn't done. His response was usually dismay, that "they(the workers) told me they were done", or some other excuse. The builder wasn't checking/verifying the actual work being done by his crews. 3 different walk-thrus before we finally signed off on the house being complete. Many of the items on the punch-list we just gave up on; the finisher would overlook them(2 & 3rd time), make them worse or cause new problems(paint color, damage to walls, etc.). We decided anything that was just cosmetic, we would take care of ourselves. Moved in Nov 2016. Unable to lock back sliding-glass door, due to misalignment. It would lock in 1 out of 5 or 10 tries, but pop open with a slight tug. Pointed out this problem for several months before moving in. Had to use handcuffs thru the door pulls, to lock. After being told, 4 weeks in a row, that a worker would be there Monday to fix it, one finally showed up. The previous 4wks when no one showed, no call to tell us "sorry, I can't make tomorrow" or "sorry I didn't show up, I'll be there Tues instead", just silence. The guy that finally showed up got it to lock on his first try. Instead of trying it again, he started condescendingly lecturing my wife(I was at work) on how to properly close a door. When she asked him to lock it again, he was unable to. After "adjusting" it for a while, he got it to work in 1 out of 3 or 4 tries. As before, when locked all you had to do to defeat it was give a slight upward tug on the handle. Waited several more weeks for the local door vendor to try to fix it. The entire time, when we discussed it with the builder he kept stating that he couldn't get hold of the manufacturer and they wouldn't return his messages. The door vendor came by and he was no more successful than the last guy. He also made a similar statement about the manufacturer being unreachable, so we had him call them right there in our house; they answered on the 2nd ring, were very helpful and set up a work order to have a company rep come by. They followed up with a call a few days later to inform us of the appointment date & time, showed up when they were supposed to, and fixed it completely on the first visit. 2mos after moving in, after a small storm, we had a significant roof leak in our attic, from the chimney area. I went on the roof the next day and discovered our stucco-covered chimney stack had large vertical cracks on all four sides, from the roof opening to the top of the stack(about 8ft). The builder blamed that on the hurricane 3 months earlier(6wks before we got a Certificate of Occupancy). During that hurricane, our back screened-in porch collapsed, significant landscaping washed away and a few shingles under one of the eaves had slightly buckled. There was no other damage on the roof, and I had gone on the roof several times after moving in, when I was refinishing our window shutters and walked right past the chimney. It was fine at that point. A roofing guy came out to patch the cracks. After sealing a couple large cracks, he stopped and said the entire stack needs to be redone. So another crew came out and wrapped the stack with some kind of fiberglass treatment. I asked the builder to detail this repair, in an e-mail, so I'd have a record of what was done. He got very defensive and said I was slowing down the repair process by bringing up "legaleze". I explained my position and he stated he would e-mail me the particulars of the repair, which he never did. A month later, there was another leak in the same area. This time the roofer came back out and stated some nails around the chimney base had gone thru the shingles. The builder sent a second roofing company(that wasn't involved with the build) to look at it also. That roofer stated to us that the shingles all the way around the chimney should be replaced, because too much of the flashing was exposed. He also recommended replacing shingles around some of the roof vents. The original roofer came back, with about 5 or 6 shingles to repair the leak. It's held up the last 12 months, but caused a lot of anxiety for us every time it rains; feel the need to go up in the attic and check for leaks each time. Those issues, along with several more items(refinished almost all of the exterior wood; cut end pieces weren't finished, along with many boards on the backsides of our cedar-wrapped columns, and inconsistent finish on the wood shutters) lead me to hire a home inspector. I wanted a professional to go completely through the house, as if I was a buyer about to close on a purchase, so I would have a better picture of it's condition. What I was looking for, was a little peace of mind, hoping that the inspection would just show minor cosmetic issues and allow me to relax about the build. The report was riddled with build issues, enough that I would have walked/ran away from this property if I was shopping for a house. Months after moving in, stone from our front facade starting falling off. At first, just a few, so I figured I'd take care of it myself. However, after a couple more months, there were about 40+ pieces on the ground. I sent pictures to the builder and asked when he could fix them. After months of return e-mails & texts by me, and excuses by him, I finally gave up. His last communication with me was over 5mos ago, when he stated he would have someone out with 10 days to fix it. There were also other issues to address, but my wife & I decided to take care of them ourselves, as it was too aggravating & stressful to try to get him to do anything. We've been in the house just over a year now. Learned more about home repairs and maintenance than we ever expected to, as we are fixing everything ourselves. But there is a lot of worry, over bigger issues we might not be able to see at the surface, so our fingers are crossed.
- Jeff D....
AROCKY TOP CONSTRUCTION INC
Alexander kept in touch for eight months and was flexible when my two friends changes location for the build numerous times,
- D W....
AK & M CONSTRUCTION
Very smooth and quick but not too quick. He has extensive knowledge of all the steps and what order to build a complete house. He was very accessible.
- John B....