Farley Wall Repair

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Business Description: Dynabilt Technologies Corp. manufactures and distributes patented modular steel insulated panelized housing and commercial buildings using the Dynabilt insulated load-bearing Smartest Wall™ panels (Patent No. 5,722.198 & 6,044,603), galvanized steel roof trusses, and floors joists.
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Business Description: Custom manufacturers of of all wood windows - Sashes, Transoms, Single Hung Window Units, Hopper Window Units, Fixed Window Units and Screens for sheds, barns, stables, pool houses, cabins, chicken coops including homes for interior walls. We use single strength glass. Call for pricing on tempered glass.
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Recent Review: Please see above the details of the service performed.
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Business Description: 20+ years Construction/Master Carpenter experience. 7+ years in one of a kind custom Treehouse's with slides, rock walls, ziplines, bucket pulls, trap doors, etc. Custom Sheds and furniture. Custom wood tables to custom porch swings. We accept all major credit cards and Pay-Pal. $200 Consultation fee (goes towards project).
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Business Description: Designer and Manufacturer of custom and pre-engineered Red-Iron Steel Frame Homes & Components. Our steel home kits with bolt-together red-iron framing assure your family the strongest, safest, and healthiest choice in new home building today! A Kodiak home is engineered to withstand the average tornado, hurricane, wildfire, earthquake, and with steel, there is no wood for termites to eat or rot. Using steel also provides for a very healthy home with minimizing organic material for mold to grow on. Long paint finish warranties mean decades of not having to paint your home, which saves on maintenance costs over the life of the home. Our steel fabrication plant holds most of the common energy and U.L. certifications sought after by home builders. Today, Kodiak Steel Homes® offers a wide range of products and services. With a full line of pre-engineered all-steel homes, innovative red iron framing, and a complete catalog of designs, Kodiak has much to offer both contractors and weekend do-it-yourselfers. Kodiak Steel Homes® has built a name on providing the steel framing kits, and helping connect customers with local contractors and working with local contractors in order to save the home builder money. Kodiak Steel Homes® is building their reputation one satisfied customer at a time.
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Recent Review: The job was completely professional from start to finish. They did an excellent job. It was a full-day job starting with putting down plastic to protect the floors. Then they jackhammered the periphery, laid Waterguard, a system to drain leakage, put rocks over it and cemented the floor back, placed a protective sheet over the walls for further leakage protection, and cleaned up completely. In the process the foreman discovered a breakage in our sewer pipe and also repaired that at no extra cost.
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Recent Review: Don Duncan showed up to give an estimate in September 2016, sent me a proposal on September 21, 2016, that I signed October 3, 2016, and then I never heard from him again. I called in November to find out when he would do the job. He told me "after the first of the year." I didn't hear from him again until I called him on May 25, 2017. He said that other work came before mine and that he would "try to make time for it" and then later he said he wouldn't know when he could do it. He offered that the guy he knew (Briohahn Custom Woodworks, who is listed on the estimate) could make the cabinet, but he didn't know when or how the cabinet could be inserted into the wall. The bottom line: he had other work that he prioritized before mine and was never going to tell me that he wasn't going to do it. He was going to keep me on the line for as long as I would put up with the waiting because he said that I "was very patient." He also thought I had no one else to call to do the work. Overall, stay away from this guy. He is unreliable and untrustworthy, and he will waste your time and take advantage of you if he thinks he can get away with it.
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Recent Review: It went poorly. The house was finished on time, however time has revealed the many shortcuts taken by Robert Cody to make the deadline. These include: using sub-code framing timbers in the walkout basement entryway; incorrectly hanging the siding on the walk-out exterior; not allowing ample time for the gravel to settle after a storm washed away most of it, which has to be replaced; incorrectly installing the basement floor framing thus allowing concrete to in contact with untreated lumber, etc. As a result we now have siding that's bowed, a sideway that started cracking before we even moved, a driveway that is cratered, uneven, and cracking, framing in the basement that's settling unevenly resulting in cracking walls. And there's more.

Reviews in Farley to Repair Walls

AMidAmerica Basement Systems
The job was completely professional from start to finish. They did an excellent job. It was a full-day job starting with putting down plastic to protect the floors. Then they jackhammered the periphery, laid Waterguard, a system to drain leakage, put rocks over it and cemented the floor back, placed a protective sheet over the walls for further leakage protection, and cleaned up completely. In the process the foreman discovered a breakage in our sewer pipe and also repaired that at no extra cost.
- Bruce B....
FDUNCAN CONSTRUCTION LLC
Don Duncan showed up to give an estimate in September 2016, sent me a proposal on September 21, 2016, that I signed October 3, 2016, and then I never heard from him again. I called in November to find out when he would do the job. He told me "after the first of the year." I didn't hear from him again until I called him on May 25, 2017. He said that other work came before mine and that he would "try to make time for it" and then later he said he wouldn't know when he could do it. He offered that the guy he knew (Briohahn Custom Woodworks, who is listed on the estimate) could make the cabinet, but he didn't know when or how the cabinet could be inserted into the wall. The bottom line: he had other work that he prioritized before mine and was never going to tell me that he wasn't going to do it. He was going to keep me on the line for as long as I would put up with the waiting because he said that I "was very patient." He also thought I had no one else to call to do the work. Overall, stay away from this guy. He is unreliable and untrustworthy, and he will waste your time and take advantage of you if he thinks he can get away with it.
- Karen P....
DROBERT CODY - BUILDER
It went poorly. The house was finished on time, however time has revealed the many shortcuts taken by Robert Cody to make the deadline. These include: using sub-code framing timbers in the walkout basement entryway; incorrectly hanging the siding on the walk-out exterior; not allowing ample time for the gravel to settle after a storm washed away most of it, which has to be replaced; incorrectly installing the basement floor framing thus allowing concrete to in contact with untreated lumber, etc. As a result we now have siding that's bowed, a sideway that started cracking before we even moved, a driveway that is cratered, uneven, and cracking, framing in the basement that's settling unevenly resulting in cracking walls. And there's more.
- James J....
FMiller Development Group
We began with a bid in writing. We then proceeded to hire the company to start with the demolition of our existing living room space, stairwell, and bathroom based on the agreed upon bid. As well our roof was torn off and replaced. The demolition was completed, however, due to not protecting the other parts of our home, further damage existed that had to be repaired in addition to the areas that demolition occurred. The remodel of the home was slow, poor quality, and many things had to be re-done (they were requested to be re-done). The roof looked better prior to the removal of the old roof than it did after the brand new roof was installed. When questioned and asked for help on things we felt were not up to standard we were met with resistance and hostility from the owner, Chris Miller. We ended up letting him go as our contractor as the work was not acceptable and his workmanlike manner was too poor to continue to work with him and his crew. There were several issues with his crew and many times it was only one individual doing the work, but others in his crew had walked into our home unannounced, went into our refridgerator without asking, spit on our floor while working in our home- all while we were still residing in our home.  Individuals he subcontracted out also did poor work on our home resulting in more expenses and postponed deadlines as the work had to be re-done (waterproofing, roofing, plumbing, drywalling, HVAC).  These issues extended past agreed upon deadlines and six weeks into the project we were left with a shell of a livingroom (not even dry wall up), no bathroom or shower.  As a result of the poor quality and not completing the job we ended up subcontracting with others to complete the work and correct many things caused by Mr. Miller and his Group. After letting him go from the job he refused to submit receipts with his "final" bill. The receipts we did receive were from other jobs and for things that were in the initial bid. Mr. Miller increased the initial bid by several thousand dollars without sufficient evidence to support his billing. We tried to negotiate reasonably with Mr. Miller, but this was not possible due to his continued attitude towards us and unwillingness to produce evidence of his billing practices.  Unfortunately we have been locked in legal issues with him now for almost a year. He has been slow to respond to requests and has overextended deadlines for such requests through our attorney. He told us he would ensure that we would pay through legal fees if we did not pay him what he was requesting.
- Darren M....