Challis Storm Shelter Installation

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Business Description: Magic Valley Structures, LLC is a family run business located in Heyburn, Idaho. We are fully committed to offering quality wood sheds, garages, carports, barns, animal shelters and custom structures. We do not use sub-contractors for any of our work. Our service areas include, but are not limited to; Twin Falls, Boise, Pocatello, Idaho Falls and Sun Valley regions, Northern Nevada, Western Wyoming and Eastern Oregon. It is our belief that honesty and integrity are the keys to success, and we seek to honor God in all that we do. The satisfaction of our customers is always, and always will be our goal. We know that word of mouth is the best advertising that money can buy. After all, we are consumers too! So if you are looking for a genuine Idaho built wood shed, garage, carport, barn, animal shelter or any other type of building, we can accommodate you. We have standard sizes and styles available or we offer free in house drafting and design services to help you design the building that works right for you. There are many options to choose from and anything you can dream up, we can build!
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Business Description: DZ Home Improvement LLC does all kinds of home improvement: Basement Finishing, Patios, Decks and Extensions, Room Additions, Siding, Soffit & Fascia, Replacement Windows, Storm Doors, and interior upgrades such as molding. We are a local, family-owned business and have been doing home improvement projects in Utah and its surrounding states for more than 30 years already. We implement the highest standard possible in delivering services to clients who desire nothing but the best in home remodelling.
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Business Description: Idaho's Stucco, EIFS and Stone Contractor. Founded in 1996. Stucco new construction, installations, additions, remodels, restorations, refinishes and repairs. Both synthetic (EIFS) stucco and traditional (hard coat) stucco are available. Stucco crack and damage repairs. Restore your stucco. Get a new color and/or texture for your stucco home at an affordable price with no painting necessary to give your home that fresh new look. Replace siding with stucco. Choose from a selection of colors and textures to create any combination you want. Repairs to damages to your stucco from fire, smoke, water, hail and storm. Stucco woodpecker damage and accidental damage repairs. Stone installations, remodels and repairs. Caulking installations, replacements and repairs. We do residential, commercial and government projects big and small across Idaho. Licensed, certified and insured for projects up to $2,000,000. License #: RCT-32276. 7 days a week service. Financing available. 0% interest financing if paid in full within 6 months. With our financing offer get your home improvement project completed now and pay later. Free estimates.
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Business Description: Richard of Riverdale is a Home improvement specialist since 1984. Our work area cover from NYC tri-State area, then later in FL and now in the SE Idaho area, I have encounter different type of home remodeling, from wood to brick or cement blocks. Whether exterior or interior every project is unique to the area in question. So rest assure that what ever your project is, we can handled it. As a small business we cater to you, the customer, from begining to end. When a project requires a certified trade we can recommend those that we have work with that stand behind their work. On a large contract payment will be agreed upon signing such contract, on small project payment will be upon completing the job. We offer 10% discount to Seniors.
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Business Description: ABOUT CONTACT SERVICES HOME Roofing and General Construction in Twin Falls SERVICES LIST Solar Panel Install Pitched roofs Flat roofs Modified roofs Foam roofs Tile roof Shake roofs Shingle roofs Green roofs Coatings Inspections Quotes Licensing Repairs Restorations Site Cleanup TAKE IT FROM THE EXPERTS - A GOOD ROOF IS THE FOUNDATION OF A GOOD HOME Making sure your roof is sound and secure is incredibly important, yet many homeowners neglect their roofs. Like everything in your home, it requires maintenance. If you haven't had your roof inspected recently, we're here to help. Maintaining your roof is a low-cost way of ensuring that your home – and your family – stay safe. Featured Services NEW SERVICE Our roofing earns the highest ratings Exceeding industry standards in installations Full guarantee from start to finish Full cleanup after installation Our roofing earns the highest ratings Exceeding industry standards in installations Full guarantee from start to finish Gorgeous architectural options available Discreet business options available Attractive economy options available ROOF FLASHING Can you roof withstand every storm? If you're not sure, or you have an aging roof that's been well weathered, have one of our inspectors come out and take a look. It's very possible you're subject to further damage without proper flashing installed. ENERGY EFFICIENCY A lot of your home's HVAC system loses its power directly through your roof. Without proper insulation, your energy bills can be sky high. Have one of our guys come out and take a look at it – we might be able to save you money on your seasonal electricity bills. A lot of your home's HVAC system loses its power directly through your roof. Without proper insulation, your energy bills can be sky high. Have one of our guys come out and take a look at it – we might be able to save you money on your seasonal electricity bills. CHECK OUT OUR NEWEST SERVICES – YOUR HOME COULD BE AT RISK Can you roof withstand every storm? If you're not sure, or you have an aging roof that's been well weathered, have one of our inspectors come out and take a look. It's very possible you're subject to further damage without proper flashing installed. LEGACY ROOFING AND CONSTRUCTION LLC ​ Hello and welcome to Legacy Roofing and Construction LLC. We are a roofing company specializing in residential and commercial roofing projects. Although we are a newly established company, we have highly skilled professionals with many years of experience in the field. We are a licensed and insured company offering full service no matter how big or how small the job may be. The team at Legacy Roofing and Construction LLC covers a wide range of services, including roofing inspection, new construction, installation, replacement, and repair. We specialized in single-ply (TPO), asphalt, shingles, cedar shake, standing seam metal systems, EPDM, koncklin coating, and ceramic tile. We also handle other construction needs such as tile, drywall, siding, decking, framing, concrete, painting, and many more. We, at Legacy Roofing and Construction LLC, are committed to provide exceptional quality services and results. We offer 100% warranty on our work and customer service is our first priority. Our company is a family owned and operated. Our service area includes Western Idaho and all surrounding areas. Thank you and we look forward to serving you in your future roofing and construction needs.
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Recent Review: I had other bids and G&S was the best. They were very responsive, promptly returned all my calls and emails. Estimating was accurate, the price was as agreed. Theyt kept on schedule and completed the job as expected. I would highly recommend G&S to anyone, you won't be disappointed.
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Recent Review: We bought a fixer-upper home with no garage and after receiving several estimates on having a garage installed, we settled on Mangum's Concrete. Lou showed up for the estimate with dirt on his boots which to me was a good sign because I knew his estimate and advice were first-hand. He struck me as honest and true and it ends up that I was correct. Lou not only did a great job on every aspect of the project, from planning to excavating to finishing the job, he also removed a large tree from our property, leveled out our pasture, and spread new gravel on our driveway. If he was not there personally to oversee the work, he arrived after each phase of the job to check on progress, even going so far as to require his crew to re-do an entire afternoon's work which was not done to his satisfaction. I doubt if his crew appreciated it, but I sure did. Not too long after construction, our area was hit by a hail storm with baseball-sized hail and winds that tipped over trees. The garage proved to be solid and sturdy and was no worse for the storm. It has been several months since construction, and we have had no problems whatsoever. The garage we chose is 24x36 feet. It is insulated in walls and roof and has an electric garage door, 2 windows, several electrical outlets and outdoor lighting, a concrete apron, and man door with a roof over it. Lou would be my first choice if we ever need anything like this done again, and he has already been back to our place to deliver gravel for another project we are working on. He is no nonsense and easy to work with.
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Recent Review: Overall, it went very well. We were very pleased with the quality of his work for the most part, especially regarding the cuts for the trim work. (He did some customization for us.) He also did not water down the paint, which was important to us. (I tested by using a damp scrubby sponge to see if it would come off.) However, he went way over budget (29% over) and took more than twice the time he estimated it would take. And we were surprised that he is basically a one man show. I thought he would have a crew, but he only had a couple of guys that helped him at the beginning of the job, then we never saw them again. He also never supplied us with actual costs/prices of the supplies and labor. He just gave us an over all estimate. We would have appreciated having the breakdown so we could have made decisions if we wanted to make adjustments to keep within the budget. But as it was, he just told us towards the end of the job how much we had gone over. We knew he had gone over, but it was substantially more than we thought it was going to be. He did offer to show us receipts, but not knowing what he had estimated at the beginning for the costs of the supplies, seeing the reciepts at that point seemed pointless since we had no reference point to begin with. There were some exceptions in the quality of his work as well. For example, he installed the storm door incorrectly the first time, requiring us to reorder the strike plate side of the door. And he never offered to reimburse us for his mistake on this. And when he installed it the second time, he did not use a router for the holes in the door frame, but instead kind of chisled them out. It's not a huge thing, but it does not look professionally finished. He also sealed the tile before completely cleaning off the colored grout that had been smeared. And on the outside lights, he only used one screw instead of two to hold up the lights, a couple are quite large and really should have two to secure them in high winds. And we know this because you can tilt them from side to side and see the second screw hole that has no screw in it. At another time, he misunderstood a request I had made, and ended up doing something I did not care for. He told me several times he would correct the problem, but never did. He painted over it, I'm assuming with the hope I would not notice. I did not appreciate being told he would correct it and then not following through on that. We also would have appreciated more consideration on his part concerning our plants. When he initially came over to give us the estimate, I specifically asked if he would cover up the plants while he was painting and he said he would, but he did not. We had several that were only a few weeks in the ground, so we were trying to be careful with those to get them established. As it turned out, it was windy on the days he painted and the overspray got on my plants and the colored rubber mulch (which is expensive). And he did not cover ANY of the plants until I went outside and asked him too. He also stomped our tomato plants to death, literally, and flattened the tomato cages. When all he had to do was take a couple of extra steps to get around the plants, and just set the cages aside to keep from flattening them. My husband was not very happy about that. And he walked all over several plants in our flower bed when could have easily stepped around them. This was a small thing he could have done that would have meant alot, had he just taken more care. We also did not understand why he left the trash heap from taking all the trim off the house, for the entire length of the job. We just kept thinking he'd bring the truck and haul it off at some point, just not at the very end. Also, at the very beginning, he misunderstood our request to replace the trim on our house, to only be some of the trim, when we actually wanted it ALL to be replaced. So, as a favor to him, I went around the house and measured it all and faxed that info over to him. But we did not understand why he did not come out to double check my measurments to ensure a more acurate estimate before beginning the job. And as a result, he ended up needing different sizes and quite a bit more than he originally estimated because he did not double check my measurements. He also mentioned giving us a discount by purchasing all our materials at once, but not only did he not give us a discount, he bought everything as he needed it. He must have made 10 or more trips to the store to buy materials during the course of the job. I actually called him before he began the job and offered to buy the paint because it was on sale at a very good discount, but he told me not to because he could get a better price. I have to tell you that I think I may have saved us some money had I gone ahead and purchased the paint on the front end. But even with all the above issues, he still did a quality job on most everything, was very polite and courteous. The house and deck look very nice! And we know this will last for several years because he did not water down the paint and he sealed all the trim around the house with caulk and did a nice job of touching everything up.
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Recent Review: After hiring Jess Construction last year, we were completely happy with the work and the cost of our previous remodel. So we rehired them to do many new projects this year. Things went excellently this year, and we are perfectly satisfied with the work again. Our house looks beautiful inside and out, and it's completely updated now. Our garage used to be a huge messy pile of stuff that we had never properly stored. Now we can park both cars inside, we have organized and stored all our stuff, and have plenty of new storage space in the cabinets and shelves if we need it later. Plus we have a very nice little work shop. Inside, we finished the last bathroom update, and it is beautiful. Our walls and staircase are all spruced up, no cracks in the ceiling, great paint job. The woodwork and trim is even cleaned up and refinished. The exterior paint job included lots of sanding and removal of old peeling paint from our cedar siding. Bill went way above and beyond what any other painting contractor would have done. All our siding and trim is now restored and looks fantastic. I would say Bill is a perfectionist. Even so, he always finished the work on time. He never left our job to work on another, never made us wait, and was always on schedule, even if there were unanticipated problems (in remodeling there always are). He worked extra, when he needed, so he always stayed on schedule. We recommended him to several friends, and they are also fully satisfied with the work he did for them.

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AG&S Customs LLC
I had other bids and G&S was the best. They were very responsive, promptly returned all my calls and emails. Estimating was accurate, the price was as agreed. Theyt kept on schedule and completed the job as expected. I would highly recommend G&S to anyone, you won't be disappointed.
- George M....
AMANGUM'S CONCRETE FORMING
We bought a fixer-upper home with no garage and after receiving several estimates on having a garage installed, we settled on Mangum's Concrete. Lou showed up for the estimate with dirt on his boots which to me was a good sign because I knew his estimate and advice were first-hand. He struck me as honest and true and it ends up that I was correct. Lou not only did a great job on every aspect of the project, from planning to excavating to finishing the job, he also removed a large tree from our property, leveled out our pasture, and spread new gravel on our driveway. If he was not there personally to oversee the work, he arrived after each phase of the job to check on progress, even going so far as to require his crew to re-do an entire afternoon's work which was not done to his satisfaction. I doubt if his crew appreciated it, but I sure did. Not too long after construction, our area was hit by a hail storm with baseball-sized hail and winds that tipped over trees. The garage proved to be solid and sturdy and was no worse for the storm. It has been several months since construction, and we have had no problems whatsoever. The garage we chose is 24x36 feet. It is insulated in walls and roof and has an electric garage door, 2 windows, several electrical outlets and outdoor lighting, a concrete apron, and man door with a roof over it. Lou would be my first choice if we ever need anything like this done again, and he has already been back to our place to deliver gravel for another project we are working on. He is no nonsense and easy to work with.
- Vickie C....
BAngel - 1 Pro Construction
Overall, it went very well. We were very pleased with the quality of his work for the most part, especially regarding the cuts for the trim work. (He did some customization for us.) He also did not water down the paint, which was important to us. (I tested by using a damp scrubby sponge to see if it would come off.) However, he went way over budget (29% over) and took more than twice the time he estimated it would take. And we were surprised that he is basically a one man show. I thought he would have a crew, but he only had a couple of guys that helped him at the beginning of the job, then we never saw them again. He also never supplied us with actual costs/prices of the supplies and labor. He just gave us an over all estimate. We would have appreciated having the breakdown so we could have made decisions if we wanted to make adjustments to keep within the budget. But as it was, he just told us towards the end of the job how much we had gone over. We knew he had gone over, but it was substantially more than we thought it was going to be. He did offer to show us receipts, but not knowing what he had estimated at the beginning for the costs of the supplies, seeing the reciepts at that point seemed pointless since we had no reference point to begin with. There were some exceptions in the quality of his work as well. For example, he installed the storm door incorrectly the first time, requiring us to reorder the strike plate side of the door. And he never offered to reimburse us for his mistake on this. And when he installed it the second time, he did not use a router for the holes in the door frame, but instead kind of chisled them out. It's not a huge thing, but it does not look professionally finished. He also sealed the tile before completely cleaning off the colored grout that had been smeared. And on the outside lights, he only used one screw instead of two to hold up the lights, a couple are quite large and really should have two to secure them in high winds. And we know this because you can tilt them from side to side and see the second screw hole that has no screw in it. At another time, he misunderstood a request I had made, and ended up doing something I did not care for. He told me several times he would correct the problem, but never did. He painted over it, I'm assuming with the hope I would not notice. I did not appreciate being told he would correct it and then not following through on that. We also would have appreciated more consideration on his part concerning our plants. When he initially came over to give us the estimate, I specifically asked if he would cover up the plants while he was painting and he said he would, but he did not. We had several that were only a few weeks in the ground, so we were trying to be careful with those to get them established. As it turned out, it was windy on the days he painted and the overspray got on my plants and the colored rubber mulch (which is expensive). And he did not cover ANY of the plants until I went outside and asked him too. He also stomped our tomato plants to death, literally, and flattened the tomato cages. When all he had to do was take a couple of extra steps to get around the plants, and just set the cages aside to keep from flattening them. My husband was not very happy about that. And he walked all over several plants in our flower bed when could have easily stepped around them. This was a small thing he could have done that would have meant alot, had he just taken more care. We also did not understand why he left the trash heap from taking all the trim off the house, for the entire length of the job. We just kept thinking he'd bring the truck and haul it off at some point, just not at the very end. Also, at the very beginning, he misunderstood our request to replace the trim on our house, to only be some of the trim, when we actually wanted it ALL to be replaced. So, as a favor to him, I went around the house and measured it all and faxed that info over to him. But we did not understand why he did not come out to double check my measurments to ensure a more acurate estimate before beginning the job. And as a result, he ended up needing different sizes and quite a bit more than he originally estimated because he did not double check my measurements. He also mentioned giving us a discount by purchasing all our materials at once, but not only did he not give us a discount, he bought everything as he needed it. He must have made 10 or more trips to the store to buy materials during the course of the job. I actually called him before he began the job and offered to buy the paint because it was on sale at a very good discount, but he told me not to because he could get a better price. I have to tell you that I think I may have saved us some money had I gone ahead and purchased the paint on the front end. But even with all the above issues, he still did a quality job on most everything, was very polite and courteous. The house and deck look very nice! And we know this will last for several years because he did not water down the paint and he sealed all the trim around the house with caulk and did a nice job of touching everything up.
- Joyce W....
AJess Construction
After hiring Jess Construction last year, we were completely happy with the work and the cost of our previous remodel. So we rehired them to do many new projects this year. Things went excellently this year, and we are perfectly satisfied with the work again. Our house looks beautiful inside and out, and it's completely updated now. Our garage used to be a huge messy pile of stuff that we had never properly stored. Now we can park both cars inside, we have organized and stored all our stuff, and have plenty of new storage space in the cabinets and shelves if we need it later. Plus we have a very nice little work shop. Inside, we finished the last bathroom update, and it is beautiful. Our walls and staircase are all spruced up, no cracks in the ceiling, great paint job. The woodwork and trim is even cleaned up and refinished. The exterior paint job included lots of sanding and removal of old peeling paint from our cedar siding. Bill went way above and beyond what any other painting contractor would have done. All our siding and trim is now restored and looks fantastic. I would say Bill is a perfectionist. Even so, he always finished the work on time. He never left our job to work on another, never made us wait, and was always on schedule, even if there were unanticipated problems (in remodeling there always are). He worked extra, when he needed, so he always stayed on schedule. We recommended him to several friends, and they are also fully satisfied with the work he did for them.
- Chris W....
DMike Billing - MICO Construction
We signed an agreement for completion date of April 2007, construction was not completed until Oct 2007.  During construction here are the problems: 1. Second floor was 8', even though the blueprints specified 9' ceilings 2. He made no indication of going over the budget and dropped a $65,000 additional tab at the end.  Even though periodically he was asked how the budget was going.  Costs of plumbing fixtures were never provided until after they were installed. 3. After the fact he provided a walk-in closet in a small room.  At first it seemed like a great idea, however it ended up taking away 2' in the width of the room, and essentially did not provide any more closet space.  He ended up doing this to provide an attic access, and masked his poor solution. 4. In the upstairs he put a small closet in the larger room and a larger closet in smaller room, all he had to do is mirror the bathroom to put the larger closet in the larger room. 5. He did not manage electricians, he would not move an outlet that was positioned over the stove, I had to do it.  He refused to reposition another outlet that would be covered by a cabinet, I had to do that also. 6.  He allowed electricians to mix aluminum and copper conductors, different types of conductors deteriorate each other, as the US Navy has spent millions of dollars to resolve the mix of different conductors.  Mike was unresponsive. 7.  Poor installation of light in bathroom causes the mirror to crack, and Mike refused to do anything to fix that problem. 8.  Prior to construction he was instructed to not have plumbing that requires a sump pump.  The house is on a hill, yet in the end a sump pump was placed in the basement. 9.  The HVAC system placed in the house did not adequately cool or heat the house.  He would not adequately take responsibility, it cost thousands of dollars to modify the HVAC system to adequately heat and cool the house. 10.  His expertise was concrete, yet within the first winter the concrete driveway and the concrete basement began chipping and coming up.  I note that no salt was ever used on the driveway.  Mike refused to take any responsibility.  Concrete laid in another section a few years later by another contractor has not had similar problems. 11. Order of electrical switches are random, with no correlation to the order of the lights. 12. Lights and electrical outlets are placed on the same circuit, so if something causes a breaker to flip, the entire room where the problem occurred will loose lighting, this is a safety issue, Mike refused to take any responsibility. 13.  Excavation ended up costing $10,000 additional, Mike saw the property before hand, he knew what was going on, yet did not take into account excavation that would have to be done.  In doing so he put drainage under the driveway, yet the drainage is clearly above the low spot so during a rain storm water drains not through the culvert under the driveway but around the back of the house. 14. The two bathrooms that had tile showers had to be ripped out and showers reinstalled.  One of the showers had to be redone 4 times, that is the shower pan ripped out and replaced and retiled.  The other bathroom had to be done twice.  Mike did do these repairs, but he charged us for the supplies.  15.  Mike only provided a 1" supply for water for both the house and outside water, when 11/2 pipe is standard for the areas because of water pressure issues.  Because of this inadequate supply, the sprinkler system has been a continual 5 year fight in attempt to provide adequate coverage. 16.  On the main floor where the ceiling is 9', Mike only provided doors typical with 8' ceilings.  In addition none of the interior doors are level causing them to swing open if not entirely closed.  The doors were not properly adjusted so they rattle when close, this becomes annoying at night.  The interior doors are the hollow doors, typical in $425k homes. 17.  Sheet  rock is still popping nail heads. Bottom line is Mike did not manage costs (dumping $65k charges in the end), did not manage sub contractors (tile work, electrical work, concrete work), refused to take responsibility for many identified defects.  At this point the value of this house has dropped $125,000, and at least half of that is because of the quality of the construction.
- William R....