Commerce Jackson Pergola Builders

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Craig's Remodeling & Repairs
Business Description: GEORGIA STATE LICENSED CONTRACTOR I strive to make your experiance with us as painless as possible, The job must be completed right and to your standards then my standards. Always keeping clean on a daily basis. On smaller jobs as long as there are no special orders pay out when complete. Check or Cash. On the bigger projects it requires contract and down payment for materials. And draws weekly until work complete. Always leaving money back for completion and you are satisfied.
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Tim Womack Contractors LLC.
Business Description: I specialize in custom framing. I will also do remodeling new construction including decks, porches, doors, windows, arbors, gazebos, pergolas, sheds, pole barns, garages, siding and cornice, fences, decks around pools, and metal roofs.
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Retractableawnings
Business Description: Retractableawnings.com is a RETRACTABLE awning industry expert hired by Architects, Landscape Architects, Exterior/Interior Designers and Contractors worldwide on a consulting basis. Retractableawnings.com is a specialty fabricator, distributor & installer of all types of exterior RETRACTABLE sun, rain, wind, bug & snow protection systems including but not limited to: ≡ Retractable folding lateral arm awnings ≡ Retractable patio and deck pergola cover systems ≡ Retractable vertical drop arm awnings ≡ Retractable screens ≡ Retractable canopy awnings ≡ Retractable telescopic awnings ≡ Retractable side arm awnings ≡ Retractable freestanding awnings ≡ Retractable louver roof systems ≡ Retractable sail shade systems ≡ Rotating louver roof systems ≡ Electric & motorized awnings In business for 33 years and a Better Business Bureau member for 27 years without a single active complaint on file and an A+ rating. Retractableawnings.com® also maintains an A rating on Angieslist.com. The above ratings are the highest ratings available on both websites. We ship & install worldwide and have a database of installers worldwide at www.awninginstallers.com (owned by Retractableawnings.com®) Memberships Include: Professional Awnings Manufacturers Association - PAMA member American Institute of Architects - AIA Allied member American Society of Landscape Architects - ASLA Allied member Industrial Fabrics Association International - IFAI member Better Business Bureau - BBB member Retractableawnings.com® offers exclusive 3D rendering technology which provides a visual 3D rendering of what our products will look like on a home or commercial building AND our proprietary awning advisor at this link: https://www.retractableawnings.com/choose-your-awning.html Email info@retractableawnings.com or call toll free in the USA and Canada 1 (866) 438-2964 or outside of the USA and Canada (305) 628-2424 today for information or a quote!
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The Hammett Group
Recent Review: Great, very professional and always cleans as he goes, never leaves a mess.
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Timberland Home Builders
Recent Review: Got estimate from owner for work at a remodeling of a preschool, for the fencing and furniture building.  He was reasonable, and had examples to show us.  Gave us options for the fence and spent a lot of time talking with us about the job. Did great work on about 300 feet of wooden fencing including a car gate and a garden gate; also removed old cemented-in chain link from about 75 feet and replaced that.  Furniture was next on the list, and he built about 12 6-foot shelfing units for the preschool, according to our specs.  Nice job on those, and we are ordering more right now.  At my own home, he installed an expensive storm door, and did a good job on that as well.  That day, I asked him to look at the frame of a large window in my dining/kitchen area, which was beginning to rot or something with evidence of water staining on the wall beneath it.   He did look, and after examination, with us watching, he found and then gave us the bad news: a previous contractor had botched the job not even three years ago, and had not sealed the exterior, so the frame was so bad I could put my finger through it.  We ended up losing the window, the frame, the sheetrock inside, the siding outside, the outside framing, and a 3x5 section of the teak flooring PLUS the water had seeped down into the joists? supports? and those were pure mush.  Both my husband and I watched the entire discovery process, and my husband has previous construction experience, so the damage was not imaginary!  Timberland had the entire job finished within a week.  Luckily, I had some teak remaining from the previous contractor. Wasn't cheap, but wasn't out of line, either.  I now have Timberland preparing estimates for some considerable work at our home, plus the furniture for the preschool.
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Georgia Construction Consultants Inc
Recent Review: The work went as planned--with wonderful results.  I cannot overstate how pleased we are with Shawn Latimer and Georgia Construction Consultants, Inc.  We are completely impressed with Shawn's abilities, knowledge and suggestions.  He has a trained eye and knows precisely what to do and what not to do.  Plus--he is a great guy--he is honest, he will not cheat or overcharge you and he will see to it personally that the job is done right.  As long as we are in his territory, we will check with him for our construction needs.
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Decks & Porches Unlimited
Business Description: Family owned & operated. Financing available. Additional e-mail - info@decksunlimitedga.com.

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ATimberland Home Builders
Got estimate from owner for work at a remodeling of a preschool, for the fencing and furniture building.  He was reasonable, and had examples to show us.  Gave us options for the fence and spent a lot of time talking with us about the job. Did great work on about 300 feet of wooden fencing including a car gate and a garden gate; also removed old cemented-in chain link from about 75 feet and replaced that.  Furniture was next on the list, and he built about 12 6-foot shelfing units for the preschool, according to our specs.  Nice job on those, and we are ordering more right now.  At my own home, he installed an expensive storm door, and did a good job on that as well.  That day, I asked him to look at the frame of a large window in my dining/kitchen area, which was beginning to rot or something with evidence of water staining on the wall beneath it.   He did look, and after examination, with us watching, he found and then gave us the bad news: a previous contractor had botched the job not even three years ago, and had not sealed the exterior, so the frame was so bad I could put my finger through it.  We ended up losing the window, the frame, the sheetrock inside, the siding outside, the outside framing, and a 3x5 section of the teak flooring PLUS the water had seeped down into the joists? supports? and those were pure mush.  Both my husband and I watched the entire discovery process, and my husband has previous construction experience, so the damage was not imaginary!  Timberland had the entire job finished within a week.  Luckily, I had some teak remaining from the previous contractor. Wasn't cheap, but wasn't out of line, either.  I now have Timberland preparing estimates for some considerable work at our home, plus the furniture for the preschool.
- Janet W....
AGeorgia Construction Consultants Inc
The work went as planned--with wonderful results.  I cannot overstate how pleased we are with Shawn Latimer and Georgia Construction Consultants, Inc.  We are completely impressed with Shawn's abilities, knowledge and suggestions.  He has a trained eye and knows precisely what to do and what not to do.  Plus--he is a great guy--he is honest, he will not cheat or overcharge you and he will see to it personally that the job is done right.  As long as we are in his territory, we will check with him for our construction needs.
- Fran V....
FDecks & Porches Unlimited
There was a small existing concrete slab patio that I asked to have removed before the work was done. Frank insisted that this was not necessary, that they would drill rebar into the slab, add concrete beside it and on top of it before adding the stone. He said he was so confident in his work that if there was any difficulty he would fix it even if he had to tear the whole thing out. When asked if he used others to do his work, he said, no that he was there every day supervising. (I had done research and saw the work he had done for 2 other homeowners and the work was beautiful). When he started the work, he was only here from time to time. Someone else came and did the pergola that was to be build first. They did an excellent job. When the patio work began, it was a group of Mexican people who began mixing the concrete on the ground by emptying the bag and pouring water on top of the pile. I had been under the impression that concrete would be delivered in a truck. Frank went on vacation for 2 weeks during this time. IF I had known that he would be leaving, I would have scheduled for a time when he was in town. I don't know if rebar was actually attatched to the concrete slab. I did see 3 pieces of rebar but don't know how or what happened to them. There was a big drain that was to be placed under the soil along the edge of the existing flower bed that was between the house and the new patio. I had to actually insist that it be done while I was watching because it was always put off. By April 2010, there was a big crack in the seams between the stones following the outline of the pre-existing slab of concrete. The only way I could get Frank to respond was to tell him I would call the Better Business Bureau or Clark Howard. (I did not know about Angie's List). He was furious and came to look at the crack. I had a neighbor here as a witness and he was polite until they left and then was very abusive about "my threats". I told him they were not threats, just facts. The next day he came back and apologized. He told me I could expect a hairline crack and nothing more. The same large crack following the boundry of the pre-existing concrete slab has reappeared. I notified Frank on November 8 and he sent me an email that he would get in touch. I have asked him for an appointment to look at the crack and address how to handle the repair and he has not responded. I am planning to put my house on the market to sell and this is a big investment in the appearance of my home. I need some help.
- Jeann B....