We contracted Reimer Building and Remodeling to put an addition on our home--kitchen, dining, and garage. Our contract and available funds started June 21, 2017 with a completion date from the bank of one year (June 21, 2018). We did not look into this company like we should have and are writing this review in hopes to save others from the terrible situation we have experienced. Long story short, dealing with Travis and his company has been a very exhausting and frustrating process. Our project was supposed to be completed almost two months ago, but Travis breached his contract as he was unable to complete it as he misused our funds and did not pay the subcontractors. Therefore, he did not have further access to the funds to complete the rest of our project. He still owes thousands of dollars to those subcontractors. We are still left with an uncompleted project and the hassle of trying to find another contractor to finish the mess. Prior to the bank closing, Travis was very open and easy to communicate with. This led us to put a lot of faith and trust in him and we gave him money from our personal funds so he “could get started” on the project (late June). He agreed to pay back at closing with the bank when he could start accessing those funds. When closing with the bank came, he did not pay us back as he agreed. When we thought the project was getting ready to start and Travis had accessed about $30,000, he stopped communicating with us and thought we might be scammed. It wasn’t until November 2017 that we started seeing some work being done after a meeting that only happened because we told him to not begin any work until he met with us. He excavated in November, leaving our well line exposed. When the snow came, our water line would frequently freeze. The pipe had to be wrapped in heat tape, and we left water running all winter which cost us extra in our electric bill. In February they got the structure up. The dirt caved in around the foundation, so they were unable to waterproof and backfill. It kept getting put off claiming he was working on hiring someone and renting a backhoe, which never happened. He asked for a second draw from the bank to pay for relocating the well line, materials for construction, and footing/foundation work. The subs were not paid from the draw. Over the next two months, they worked on tearing off shingles, installing the roof and windows. During this time, much of the house was exposed without shingles. We expressed our concern with Travis about this as rainy season was approaching. Unfortunately, he did not address our concerns and our upstairs bedroom now has water damage. In April, he asked for a third draw. The sworn statement he submitted showed that he paid the subcontractors for previous completed work. The bank required lien waivers signed for these draws, but the subs would not sign the waivers since they had not been paid. In early May, little to no work was being done. Travis was still not communicating with us, and our lawyer got more involved. After giving Travis the chance to commit to completion, Reimer Building & Remodeling breached their contract. We are left with an uncompleted project and are also out more than $5,000 of personal money that he has not paid us back. After his termination, our lawyer and ourselves have asked him for the records of funds used for our project. We have been waiting almost two months for his final costs on the project to help us move on with another contractor. We tried our best to communicate with Travis all along the way and tried everything on our end to make it work. We could include many more details and issues that have occurred, but there are just too many. We were hesitant to post a review, but had we read a review like this, we would have saved ourselves a lot of frustration and stress by avoiding this company.