Belle Plaine Carport Building

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AEwing Home Improvement Co
The crew from Ewing responded to my request for a quote for the replacement of my driveway and construction of a carport with a very fair quote and set a date to begin work. They began work for the carport on the morning that was agreed upon. The crew worked every day until it was completed, even coming early on a Sunday morning to complete the painting. Shortly afterward, the concrete crew came and began work on work to prepare for pouring my driveway. They worked steadily until the driveway was finished. Both crews worked hard, were punctual every day, cleaned up after the work was completed and did absolutely beautiful work. They listened to me regarding what I wanted done and gave me suggestions about the best way to obtain the outcome I was looking for.  They finished everything in the manner we agreed upon and went above and beyond to complete both the carport and the driveway perfectly.
- Connie D....
AAnthony DiLeo Inc
I had some renovation and repairs to be done to my house. Anthony performed all work professionally and as requested. He was punctional and very well priced. I highly recommend Anthony to anyone needing any kind of construction/building work done around the house.
- Sharee B....
ATHE BARN GUYS
I was so impressed with my brother's building they built in 2011, that I contacted them when I was ready in 2013. Had to wait a few months due to their backlog, but from the day they showed up to the day they completed was 5 business days. Quality of the materials and the workmanship were superb. Since completing my building, they have built 1 for my brother-in-law and 1 for a neighbor at my recommendation. When I'm ready for livestock buildings, I won't even shop around, as I found them very easy to deal with and get ahold of when needed. My building is insulated with 2 entry doors, 3 windows, 1 overhead door and plumbing roughed in.
- Kevin R....
ASuburban Buildings Inc
They were fantastic and we were blessed to have found them. They worked with a concrete worker to build it. We worked with Archie at Suburban Buildings and he designed our barn with us. He sat with us, talked about what we needed and really helped us focus our attention on what we required. He helped us design a perfect barn for us, it really couldn't be any better. They have just been fabulous every way around.
- Bev &....
ACLINTON MILLER CONSTRUCTION
It went very well.  They stuck to the schedule, and there were no unexpected charges.  The quality of work was good, and the materials they used were high quality.  We're very pleased.
- Charlene B....
AHeartland Home Improvements
Awesome! The builder totally listed to what we wanted and understood our financial constraints. This was the first home remodel project that we had not done ourselves. They were willing to work with an old unsquare Victorian home and stick build the addition rather than prefab walls on the ground. I have recommended them to anyone who is considering a home remodel in the future. I only wish we'd win the lottery so we could have them build something else for us!
- Libby A....
ALEE BUILDERS INC
This was the second custom home Lee Builders Inc has built for our family. The first was in 1999 and the second one was completed April of 2011. Steve and Cheryl Lee are incredibly honest, experienced and talented. They are not high volume builders, but find it more important to build quality, well built custom homes a few at a time. This allows them to give each home owner the time and attention they need during the planning and building process. When you look at homes they have built, talk to the owners and talk to the sub contractors, you will not find a builder with a better reputation anywhere. If you can't already tell, we highly recommend the Lee's and would certainly contact them to build for us again.
- Michael N....
BQuality Structures Inc
The fellows who did the initial building did a great job minus a few minor things like crooked window sills, and ceiling boards on trusses unsecured. The only trouble we had was after the concrete floor was poured. We had them build an above ground storm shelter out of concrete. After we brought in many tons of screenings, having it laser leveled and tamped down At our additional expense), they poured the safe room. That's when the trouble began. It was set 6" above the pad over what it should have been, plus the doorway was poured and set off square. They came in and built the frame for the house. When they started to pour the concrete for the house. they had to bring in another 2 truckloads of screenings to bring the pad up the additional 6" that the storm shelter put the whole thing off. Of course they didn't have the laser level or the tamping equipment that the dirt man had. Of course we had to pay for the extra screenings. I want to note that we had an extra truckload brought in that we planned on using as fill and around our farm. Well, they used what was brought to bring up the pad plus the extra that we had brought in rather than make up the difference in concrete which would have been more out of their profits. To top it off they used the treated 2x6s' that were suppose to go around the kick-board area inside the house as forms for the concrete and never replaced them. Instead they used untreated 2x4's on the kick-board which was going on top of the interior concrete. We paid extra to have them nail in stringers around the interior of the house with the 2x6  kick-board area and ended up with the 2x4's. We have called and asked about having them replaced after we found out they are more susceptible to moisture damage when they are against concrete. We have already paid an electrician to stub in elect boxes which are attached to the now in place 2x4's so not sure how thats going to end up.  Funny thing is, when I told the fellow who did brought the dirt, laser leveled and tamped the pad that we needed more screenings because they had poured the safe room 6" over, he told me to have them tear down the safe room and start over. I truly believe I should have taken his advise. It threw the whole thing off. We now have less concrete than the contract said we should have so we are getting cracks after only 6 months.  This also threw off the plumbing that we had sleeved in prior to pouring the concrete so our drains are all messed up. They dished out the toilet drains rather than just pouring over them. The flour is unlevel and the plumber is refusing to place the toilet until the floor is level or we concede that the toilet will leak and or crack the base some day. We had the company rep out and he said it didn't need to be level all the while everything else I have read plus my plumber is saying the floor needs to be level. The  rep from Esh said he wouldn't believe that the floor needed to be level until the actual toilet is in. So, I bought a toilet yesterday and put it in place...it rocks. Now its a waiting game trying to get the rep back out here so he can see that yes, the floor does indeed need to be level. Problem is we have colored concrete and they will have to match it. I'm not as particular about the color match as I am about doing a rocking chair when on the commode. It's getting more and more difficult to get the rep back out here, all the while the plumber is waiting for the cement, the insulation is waiting for the plumber the drywall is waiting for the insulation and on down the line. For now we are stuck I want to note also that we saw the Esh company rep when he collected the first check and when he needed the last check. He never came out to see how things were going. They also removed a 4x6 treated post that was unused but left one roof truss that they didn't use. Kinda makes me wonder if they just forgot to put it in. Of course the concrete guys took all the 2x6 treated lumber they used on the porch. Addendum: The owner of company, Rob Pierce,  paid for all repairs to be made to the floor around the toilet and for the extra screenings we had to buy. I want to add that the actual construction men were very polite and helpful. I do think he needs to rethink his choice in concrete subcontractor.
- Tony D....
ACRAIG SHARP HOMES
We had a supervisor assigned to us based on the home he was supervising -- Tony was our guy. Very nice person, very easy to deal with. All of the people from Sharp were great. I found them to be honest and reliable -- they'd do what they said they'd do. Their subcontractors also were pretty reliable and quality conscious. Lots of integrity, which you sadly don't see much in this industry. No issues with our finish date. They were right on time -- in fact, they rushed the job so we could move in a little early. In fact, we were just days away from being in-between houses and Craig Sharp let us move in early. He felt we'd been good to deal with and wanted to return the favor.
- Robert S....
FTHE BARN GUYS
A friend of ours recommended the barn guys to build a barn home for us. After calling several times, we got a fellow out to do an initial estimate. After that he never returned any further phone calls or emails. He is extremely hard to get hold of. I'm not sure if its his office help or him but we had another builder do the work since he never returned any calls.
- Tony D....

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