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Business Description: Quality Carport Solutions is a respected dealer for metal carports, garages, horse shelters, RV covers and shed that are made in North Carolina.
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Business Description: accurate aluminum specializes in all phases of aluminum construction screen porches, patio covers, carports, all season rooms, aluminum hand railing and general home repairs
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Business Description: First Class Structurez offers the widest selection of self-supporting steel structures to meet your needs. Our products are a convenient and economical way to store and protect your investment. We offer several standard sizes to save you money. We also can accommodate your needs with custom solutions. Our unique product set is not only limited to carports, enclosed garages, triple wide and 40' wide buildings. Visit Our Website For More Information.
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Business Description: Triangle's Premier Builder of quality custom built garages & storage sheds at affordable prices to the greater triangle area. We specialize in larger sheds, workshops and garages. Come take a look at one of the area's largest shed display lots, where you will be sure to find a building to fit your style and budget. Our show lot is open 24 hours a day. We build on site, provide HOA plans and assist with building permits. We are also a preferred dealer for Carolina Carports and metal buildings. Now your Rent to Own Shed & Metal Building Headquarters!
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Business Description: From Starter to Luxury Homes...We Make QUALITY Affordable!
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Recent Review: Ordered a carport on 8/1 and was told it would be 2-4 weeks for delivery. Got my carport on 8/9. Installer was very friendly and got my carport up in a few hours.
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Business Description: Owned and operated in the Chapel Hill area since 1986, Cederberg Kitchens & Renovations offers home renovations of all scales, specializing in the customization of kitchens, baths, and interiors, with focused attention to functionality and aesthetic appeal. “Our mission is to translate your ideas into attractive and practical realities; personalized living and working spaces that will stand the test of time, enhance your daily life, and greatly increase the value of your home.” — Bill Cederberg
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Recent Review: I was renovating a carport into an enclosed shop with garage doors. It turned out that the height of the opening changed dramatically from one size to the other. Their installer had to be a bit creative to get it to look right. He put in a lot of extra time without extra charge. I was very impressed with his dedication and the quality of the end result.

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AA Plus Carports
I bought the carport through a local representative in Lillington, NC. The end provider and installer would be A plus carport in Mt Pilot, NC. The carport actually arrived earlier than promised. The Mexican crew had the invoice just as it had been given to my local dealer. The actual carport kit had only the top and A frame that was correct. The trim, gable, and side panels were either missing or the wrong color. I reluctantly accepted partial delivery and one of many promises that the remaining parts would be scheduled the following week. I made full payment for what was delivered. The following week I called the office in Mt Pilot, NC questioning delivery. I was reassured that I was on schedule and would get a call. Another week passed and no call. I called yet again and got yet another promised delivery on Sept 16, 2016. I visited my local representative and he also called and got the Sept 16 date quoted to him. A couple days pass and I get a call from A plus canceling my latest appointment due to a truck breakdown. I was rescheduled for Sept 20, 2016. On Sept 19 I get yet another cancellation. This time it was due to weather delay in completing another IMPORTANT BIG JOB. Left no doubt about the Iimportance of completing my job! I found A plus carport s facebook site and registered a complaint about poor customer service. I almost immediately got a defensive reply from the self proclaimed owner that refused to identify themselves at 11 PM at night! Seems this was my fault for being an unreasonable customer and stating what a favor they were doing me for even responding at that late hour of the night. Needless to say the conversation went downhill from that point. My advice is if you are looking for a carport type building in the North Caroline area with any dealer that represents A plus carport, keep on looking unless you are up to the frustration of dealing with an attitude oriented company. The fault will always, yours or the subcontractors or an employee, not the owner.
- Randall G....
FA Plus Carports
Showed up with incomplete order and wrong color. Installed basic A frame with top. Installed it and promised to reschedule the rest following week. One month, several unkept appointments, and many excuses later, I registered a complaint on their web site at 10 o'clock at night. Got immediate response from self proclaimed owner that refused to identify herself? Blamed me for being a bad customer and uncooperative. Gave me a history of her company and good reviews. Yea, right! Owner blames her employees and Mexican subcontractors! Takes no responsibility and has zero customer service skills. AVOID A PLUS CARPORTS.
- Randall G....
AGarage Door Services LLC
I was renovating a carport into an enclosed shop with garage doors. It turned out that the height of the opening changed dramatically from one size to the other. Their installer had to be a bit creative to get it to look right. He put in a lot of extra time without extra charge. I was very impressed with his dedication and the quality of the end result.
- David F....
AGod Corps & Country Construction
Very responsive to a request for an estimate. Came in at lowest price which was not going to guarantee any company the job. Did not ever ask how much I wanted to spend or which other companies were bidding which is something that other companies actually did. Very respectful, punctual and finished on time. Very, very happy with the work and highly recommend.
- Samuel H....
APrecision Door Service
They were great and we were really pleased. It went really well. The things we asked for were somewhat complicated and they put it in at the same time we were remodeling the rest of it. We had given them some other requests that were specialized. We wanted very certain specifics on the garage door and they were able to accommodate us.
- David F....
AAJT Construction Inc
Overall, it was an excellent experience despite the only caveat which was rainy fall weather which slightly slowed down the final completion date. That however, was an unavoidable part of this project. Adam met with me initially to go over my goals and objectives and to explain the organized way his projects flow which included the permitting process (which was included in the price). He later presented me with a professional drawing showing me what to expect if I were to select his firm for the work. When I asked him for references, he willingly and cheerfully provided those to me. Upon my following up with each of them, he and his company received glowing reviews. I was well pleased and impressed with Adam's reviews, professionalism and courtesy so opted to hire AJT. Now I am especially glad that I did. Adam's crew were all hard workers and came prepared to put in an honest day's work. They were all respectful, courteous and diligent workers. If the weather was inclement, Adam kept me informed of the schedule changes. He also kept in constant email reach so that I was well aware of what was going on since I was still working. He also promptly responded to any of my calls or emails. I was most impressed with that day to day contact throughout the project. And he never sounded anything less than enthused each time we talked. He sounded happy to hear from me which was beyond what one would expect in such a relationship! And he is a very sincere person clearly possessing professional skills mixed in with lots of integrity. The quality of the work performed was superior from start to finish. And as an added plus, I had a fun time getting to know the various team workers. They all had great attitudes, good senses of humor and only high regard for Adam and his company. Overall, it was an excellent experience working with AJT Construction. And my carport is proof of what fine work they create. I LOVE my new carport!! Their motto is "serve, build and create". They live that motto by the type of dedication that they show in their building projects as well as in their personal manner. Should I ever opt to make any further changes to my home, I know who I will hire--AJT Construction, a company who says what they mean and mean what they say. Their promises are as solid as their work which is so very refreshing in this day and age!
- Lisa B....
CUnderwood's Painting & Home Repair
All went fine until the end of project, when contractor was doing final punch list / cleanup prior to the house going on the market.   Contractor failed to complete a significant number of tasks, despite repeated assurances over the phone that he did so.  Unfortunately we were out of town at the time, relied on his word.  As a result, our house went to market in a general state of disrepair, rather than the pristine condition we had paid for..  Ultimately we had to sell for significantly below our asking price.   Tasks that were not done but were paid for (and we were told were done) included: o wood siding - fill & paint gaps and holes (including section of siding removed by contractor) o interior walls (all) - patch, fill & paint all dings and holes o guest bath - replace vanity mirror (broken by contractor);  replace vent fan;  fix door that does not latch o master bedroom - rehang wall mirror o kitchen - paint shelves & cabinets;  rehang coat rack o laundry - paint dirty cabinet interiors o basement - remove scrap wood from storage area (set aside there for contractor at his request) o exterior balconies - eliminate blue paint splash o basement bath - clean vinyl floors, fixtures, counters;   replace broken vent fan o kitchen - wipe counter, sinks, fixtures, appliances, cabs & drawers;  clean oven o wood floors (all) - final sweep, mop & polish o tile floors (all) - final sweep & mop o carport - remove all remaining junk items ON THE POSITIVE SIDE:  completed work was fairly-priced, and finished in reasonable time.  Contractor was quick to suggest economical solutions. RECOMMENDATION: As much as this contractors' work ethic impressed at the beginning, we learned the hard way how important it is to visually confirm for with your own eyes that all work is completed before releasing final payment.  
- Andrew F....
ACarolina Country Construction
This job was an unsafe situation for the contractor (and for me the home owner) because of the risk of falling into the ten foot deep pit, and because the pit was against the back side of the house and there was no way to easily bridge the 3.5 foot gap, and no easy way to attach a ledger board to the wall of the house.  The weather was very cold the parts of three days which he did the job, and the whole work area was in shade all day - no warmth from the winter sun.  (I would not have worked outside in that weather.)  The pit extended about thirty feet along the back of the house and another eight feet around the corner of the house.  He installed the panels at a slight slope, for rain runoff.  The "L" corner, and the slope, required compound angles of cutting the panels and the "C" channel. I am pleased with his solution to the corner, and with the design overall.  He made it watertight using the white peel and stick tape designed for use with these pre-painted aluminum panels.  I would hire him again. 
- John H....
APETER THORN BUILDERS
Pete was the first contractor to respond to our Service Magic request and his initial visit set a high benchmark for the other contractors who followed. For example, during that first meeting, he offered to take us to a nearby job that was similar to ours. That day, he introduced us to his crew and customers. In contrast, the other contractors who responded were reluctant to let us meet owners (previous customers) face-to-face and would not take us to an active job site. Pete was the only respondent to return with a sketched proposal. This showed us that he was a good listener and the drawing enabled us to discuss the project in greater detail. By contrast, another contractor returned only with a contract for us to sign in advance of any further discussion (he made it sound perfectly legitimate, but, having just experienced Pete's can-do approach, we could not imagine accepting anything less). We quickly learned that our eyes (and imagination) were bigger than our stomach (our very conservative guestimate of what we'd like to spend on the project). I suspect this phenomenon is quite common: Before we began, we "guessed" at what we might be willing to spend to get what we wanted. Pete was very conscientious about letting us know during the planning/design phase what the cost impact might be (say, to go from a one-car to a two-car garage, or adding a picture window upstairs) before revising preliminary drawings and estimates. I have to give him high marks for alerting (and reminding) us of the cost impact of our requests. I'm sure it is a difficult task to keep every owners' expectations in check, nonetheless, we really appreciated seeing the detailed worksheets for materials and labor, itemizing the impact of our request. Before we authorized the work to begin, Pete sat down with us and took us through the complete project line-by-line and page-by-page (drawings, cost details, schedule). He made sure that we understood and agreed with the exact scope of work and project cost before we signed off on moving forward. I think the nature of any renovation includes some uncertainty about what's behind a wall or buried in the ground, which one can never know for sure until a wall is demolished, or you start excavating. Pete did an excellent job anticipating these obstacles with a bit of line-item padding in the estimate so, for example, when the footings on our existing carport slab proved insufficient to support a two-story structure there was sufficient reserve in the estimate to handle the additional labor and materials to meet structural requirements. I think we were lucky in that a) Pete had the foresight to recognize many unknowns; b) he devised an economical solution to the problem; c) of all the gotchas that could come up during a renovation, those that occurred in our project were not that costly. Once construction began, Pete's people were on site at the crack of dawn. They were polite and tidy and said 'hello' and 'goodbye' as we came and went. The jobsite was kept orderly and all refuse was kept in the dumping trailer that Pete brought in. I must confess that as the project began, my wife and I grew very excited by the prospect of having a new garage and bonus room and the more we thought about our dream becoming a reality, the more we asked Pete to make little adjustments and enhancements that expanded the scope of work. We learned that just because a wall exists only as a line drawn on a piece of paper doesn't mean that moving that wall incurs no cost -- there's a lot of engineering that goes into every single line on a set of construction documents and some seemingly modest changes can require additional review and approval by structural engineers and building inspectors (all of which cost time and money). It would have been unreasonable of us to ask for any change however modest and expect it to have no impact to project cost or timeline. Pete was always good about letting us know the ballpark time/cost impact of our "modest upgrades" before accepting our authorization to proceed with redesign and revised cost estimating. When it was time for us to approve each change, Pete dutifully sat us down and reviewed it all line-by-line, just as he did during the initial authorization of work. My wife and I were, of course, quite busy and there were times when we would have preferred just to phone-in the go-ahead, but Pete trained us well, insisting that each change be approved by us in writing only after a complete briefing on its impact to cost and timeline. One thing I really appreciate about Pete is his attention to detail and quality. He recommended premium materials and took the time to differentiate their value to us and to our home. For example, we could have gone with cheaper roofing materials than Kevlar sheathing "felt" and for that matter we could have left part of the old shingled roof instead of re-shingling the whole thing, but the peace of mind we obtained by doing it right with materials that last was priceless compared to the small increase in cost.  There were some items we splurged on: Half-way through, we decided on premium carpet upstairs instead of a painted floor. Since the bonus room was to be heated and air conditioned and our whole-house HVAC system was nearing its end-of-life, we bit the bullet and purchased a multi-zone HVAC system for the entire house (definitely not in the initial budget). We wanted to use the garage as a year-round playroom so we added insulation and a mini-split heater/AC for the garage. My wife was concerned about noise from my rock-and-roll garage band leaking back into the house so we double-wrapped the garage walls and ceiling with sheetrock. Also, we chose premium Hardy board siding instead of Masonite. We also decided that a concrete driveway leading up to our new garage would be much nicer than our old gravel driveway, so Pete added that to the scope of work, as well. These were costs (and timeline extensions) that we knowingly added to the project (Pete certainly would not have added them on his own without our approval) and we are so glad we did, because, in the end, we got exactly what we asked for! Even with these adjustments, I believe we still came in below revised budget and timeline. We simply cannot imagine another contractor matching Pete's creativity, attention to detail and professionalism. Since our project was completed, a number of our neighbors have also used Pete's company for their house projects. The neighborhood is really looking up.
- Joe S....
FReilly's Handyman Services
Long story short, they brought a criminal into my house that attempted to steal my belongings, and lied to his supervisor about it even after being caught red-handed.  On top of that, the end result was very lousy on closer inspection! Long story long, I was pleased with their responsiveness to my inquiry on getting the work done.  The owner was timely when arriving for my estimate, and seemed very professional.  I felt like we came to a good understanding and a fair price for the work to be done.  I put a $350 deposit down that day.  I was informed that I would receive a call in about 2 weeks with a proposed work date.  All of that happened as expected, and the "crew" arrived at the stated time.  The crew consisted of a supervisor and a worker. From literally the moment I opened my door, I was put off by the worker.  As I answered the door, he took a last drag from his cigarette and threw it down onto my front porch.  I briefly considered closing the door at that point, but decided to overlook the first impression of littering at my doorstep.  The crew got work quickly enough, but the worker unfortunately needed his pants to be riding a lot higher.  There was an excessive amount of moon in my living room if you know what I mean. I continued to work at my desk while they worked in the other room.  The men moved between my carport, through my garage and kitchen, to the work area, and back all day.  That afternoon, the supervisor pulls me aside and mentions all of the tools that I have in my garage.  I tell him a bit about the work I have done to my house, thinking he is just making conversation.   The supervisor asks me about some pneumatic nailers that I have in my garage.  I notice that the larger brad nailer is missing from its spot on the shelf.  The supervisor says that he noticed it among the worker's tools, and that it stood out to him because it looked much newer than the rest of his tools.  I described what mine looked like, and he confirmed that was it.  The supervisor had seen him by my shelves, and when he asked why the worker claimed that the homeowner - me - had told him there were nails there to use (which I had not).  Upon further questioning after consulting me, the worker claimed that he had mistaken the nailer for his own which he claims is just like it but he left it at home.  Despite this, the worker had already written his initials on my tool in permanent marker!  After this confrontation, the supervisor sent the worker away, and reassured me that he would be fired.  My concern at this point is what else may have been taken, and that now a criminal knows where I live, how to get in my house, and what stuff I have inside. The supervisor does a bit more work, but admittedly appeared at a loss of how to resolve the situation.  I am not a confrontational person, so I really just wanted him to finish and leave, not really having the gravity of the situation sunk in yet.  In his defense, he asked me to look at the work and give it my approval.  Mostly just wanting this company out of my house, I said it looked fine and he left apologetically.  In his defense, if he had not noticed the theft the criminal would have been successful. Today I planned to do the painting, and found that on closer inspection the work is terrible.  Trim pieces can be wiggled and moved by hand.  There were multiple nails that had not been set.  There were massive gaps or uneven surfaces all over.  They had damaged and poorly repaired dry wall around the windows.  The had not really done any finish work at all.  No caulk, no sanding, nothing.  I expected to only have to come in and put a coat of paint on everything, maybe caulk a seam or two, but instead I am doing far more in attempt to cover up or repair the shoddy workmanship as best as possible.  Perhaps a lot of this was due to the worker's focus on what he could take from my house instead of what he was working on.  At the end of the day, I could probably make the work look okay with a bit of effort on my part.  Perhaps I was not clear with my expectations during the estimate. Ultimately, my concern lies with the fact that this company brought a dirt bag criminal into my home where my 2 year old son and my wife sleep at night.  That criminal knows what we have, and knows where I live, and there is nothing that can be done about that now.  I had expected a call from the owner before now to offer a formal apology of some kind, but that has not happened.  At this point, I have to be comfortable knowing that my Springfield is loaded and my dog is alert at night; and that I do not have to deal with this company again. My advice is to ask what kind of background checks or screening are done by companies that bring people into your home.  I certainly will in the future.
- Jeffrey B....