Cheektowaga Carport Building

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Business Description: Niagara Building Systems is located in Lockport, New York. We specialize in additions,new construction , remodeling and handyman service. We also offer 24/7 emergency repair. Please call for your estimate today! 716-602-2852
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Business Description: It is the team members of Kaz that make the difference. Pride is taken in wearing the Kaz logo, pride is taken in helping our customers and making all our customers happy customers. Our goal is to make every customer a referring customer, someone that is proud to tell others that we helped them with their project. I think you will find that communication, professionalism, and friendliness is a common theme. Additional DBA - Kaz Brothers Construction, Kaz Roofing Systems, Raynor Garage Door of WNY Additional email - rickkaz@kazbrothers.net.
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Business Description: Business started in 1954. Free Estimates Business Phone 716-570-4777 Building a better WNY one job at a time
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Recent Review: Price was right. Product was delivered on-time. Shortly after installation, one of the side windows broke because the side door slammed too hard. Atlantic Garage came back and replaced the window at no charge. Wonderful, quick work.
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Recent Review: I am having an addition added to my house and some remodeling to my kitchen,bathroom and living room.  Because of getting permits and soil and asbestos test, building will be delayed until better weather.  They did re-plaster my living room ceiling and walls, painted and put up two new doors. Also, put up a new ceiling fan and light.  I am very happy with their promptness and quality of work.  They did a great job. They had an architect draw up plans and I have met with an interior designer, whom I really like.  Things are progressing and I will keep in touch.
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Business Description: Based in Cleveland Ohio we travel to conservative residences and corporate businesses. 22 years Experience. In business legally & covered with bonding and insurance. Covering the united states including mainly conservative areas .... Please note my companies are the ones you call to get your jobs completed. Proposals are not free if we travel long distance over 25 miles. If you have no money to start please don't bother contacting us. This means my companies are contacted from customers that only are serious inquirers and that are going to pay us only to complete all work. We are not here to give services for nothing and waste time or wait. Please dont message these companies unless you have money. We try to be wholesale in services. we want to concentrate areas that need projects completed weather it is an entire building or a private luxury home.
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Recent Review: Contract was facilitated through Funk Enterprises for Sun Enterprises. Contact was signed in May for a September 2010 construction. Summary follows: A) Demolition and Removal of existing structure: Process went smooth and within 4 hours the 33 year garden house was gone. Minimal extra clean up was required. We were flexible on the start times and it was not an issue. Communication was very good Rating of A. B) Construction: Sun Enterprises handled the construction. This was plagued by construction delays due to damaged material from Lenco and weather. The shed was contracted to use Hardie Panels which were impervious to rodents, weather etc. but were harder to handle during construction. Sun used staples in lieu of nails citing that it helped to maintain wall integrity during the erection process. Note Hardie manufacturer recommends nails. Result was that we had caulk and paint the structure in order to hide the staples. Trim boards were of heavy plastic and made by Azect. Very durable material. However the construction could have been a bit better by ensuring that the 2x4?s were straight and that the trim used white colored nails instead of staples. There were some stapling errors on the Hardie panels but are hidden from view. Sun was very reasonable in adding additional roof supports from 24? on center to 16? on center. Additionally, Sun accommodated us for the roof color change to correspond to the main structure house roof. What was a disappointment was that the crew left behind a live power shot round used to affix the pressure treated wood to the foundation. Luckily there were no small children around. Sun?s crew should have done a better job in accounting for the live round. The doors and front fascia detail were very well constructed and did not use staples in which to fasten the trim boards. According to FUNK, paint will not adhere to the plastic. Overall, the end result could have and should been an ?A? but because of some constructions errors, trim stapling and leaving behind a live round, the rating drops to a C-. C) Painting: The price was very reasonable. However, the job could have used some better communication and skill for the caulking and the painting. I would give the job a C+. Overall, our new garden shed appears to be fairly well constructed and painted and warrants a ?B-? overall rating. The misaligned wall studs have been covered with three wall cabinets. However the trim still has the staples showing. Writer does not know if these are rust proof and only time will tell. Prognosis is that the shed may last as long as the old one. Suggest to those who are considering using Funk and Sun to construct a new shed to sit down and thoroughly go over the construction details in order to insure the construction of a quality shed.
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Business Description: Precision Door services over 4000 Buffalo customers every year and has been providing service since 2001. We have a highly trained team of technicians and installers which work out of a real building and warehouse. Don't be fooled by uninsured, fly by night outfits using inferior products that give you a tail-light warranty. You should demand to see a warranty in print and every company's workers comp insurance that steps on your property.
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Business Description: Owner operated.
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Recent Review: Went above and beyond to keep the job going! I feel that he really went above what most builders would do. He went all the way to Rochester to pick up materials so the job wouldn't be delayed. Aaron Huber did the powerwashing on the stone base of the house, and he was excellent! Did an excellent job, and we were very pleased.

Reviews in Cheektowaga to Build Carports

AStickl Construction Co Inc
John was very understanding. I have toured a number of his building sites and they are always well organized, clean and the workmanship top notch. In other circumstances I would have him build that house for me. He even returned my earnest payment.
- Sherry M....
AStickl Construction Co Inc
I cannot say enough about him! He built our home the first time and rebuilt it after it burned down. The first time it was our option to hire him and we went back to him because we liked him so much. The fire was caused by a manufacturing defect in the electrical defect of our home. John built it even better the second time! I do not have the word to describe how much we like him!
- Yvonne B....
AROSAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY INC
It went very smoothly. We are thrilled with our home. Rosal Homes was easy to deal with and builds quality homes. We would use them again.
- Dena P....
ABUILDING SOLUTIONS GENERAL CONTRACTOR
Went above and beyond to keep the job going! I feel that he really went above what most builders would do. He went all the way to Rochester to pick up materials so the job wouldn't be delayed. Aaron Huber did the powerwashing on the stone base of the house, and he was excellent! Did an excellent job, and we were very pleased.
- Carroll L....
ADOOR SOLUTIONS
They were prompt and did what they said they were going to do. I was satisfied with their work and would definitely use them again in the future if necessary.
- James &....
ARYAN HOMES INC
The first place I met them was out in Lewiston. I also met them here in Lockport numerous times where I have my health club. Where they meet you at is one of their model homes and they sell it and then they move to somewhere else. In my development where I came and did business with them, that house is sold and somebody lives in it now. The company is huge. Their local base is in the Buffalo area, but they are all over the place. They build homes in Florida and North Carolina as well. It was a good experience. The guy in the sales process was really good. The billing process was good. The quality was good. The only complaint I actually had was on the quoting process. I don't know if that could have been avoided. It was dealing with the lawyers and the county taxes. That was the only issue I had. There was a mistake on the taxes. Everything went smoothly as we went along. It was a positive experience.
- Jeffrey L....
ASPARKS CUSTOM HOMES
Dave Sparks, owner/proprietor, was simply amazing. We are happy with everything about the house and the process of building it. Dave encouraged us to visit the site often during building, so we could be confident in what he did. He uses only the best subcontractors and they are all local. If this site allowed A+ ratings, he would get it in responsiveness and punctuality. If you want a home built in the Buffalo/Niagara County area, do yourself a favor and USE SPARKS CUSTOM HOMES!
- Cayle G....
AHMP General Construction LLC
They were very fast, left no mess, sub contracted areas they needed too and made everything flawless. They did so much more then just put a building up
- Dave A....
BDURO SHED INC
Duro Shed did a good job and builds a quality shed. I just wish I would of picked a bigger shed. (or get rid of some of our junk!)
- Dena P....
FTerry Prince Genl Contractors LLC
In the fall of 2012, we contracted Terry Prince Contracting, LLC to build us a retirement home in Allegany County, NY. We told Terry Prince from the very beginning this was to be a turnkey project with all painting/staining done so it would be move-in ready. Terry Prince tried to convince us a building permit was not needed. At our insistence he did get a permit but told us because he listed the structure as a "cabin" on the building permit, housing codes did not apply to it and our property tax would be less. Of course, this is incorrect. Through the spring of 2013, most of the construction seemed to move along well. A few issues came up along the way but we attributed most of them to Prince trying to remember everything rather than writing things down. Wrong doors, windows, and screens arrived on site than what we had requested. These were corrected and we moved on. It wasn’t until the last few weeks of the project in late May and early June that a variety of quality issues began to surface (outlined below) and at the same time, Prince and his electrical subcontractor began demanding direct payments from us. Mind you, this project was being done under a bank approved construction loan, which had been making progress payments along the way. We were down to the final payment, which would only be released by the bank upon completion of the project and a Certificate of Occupancy issued by the local building inspector. As it turned out, Terry Prince did not pay the electrician he hired for all the basic materials and installation labor of light fixtures, switches, receptacles, smoke detectors, even the power panel and grounding rods. Claimed these were "extra" electrical items, therefore we were responsible for payment. In an affidavit signed by the electrician, Prince only paid him for roughing in the electrical work. Our contract with Prince included installation of ALL electrical items. We had directly purchased nearly all of the light and fan fixtures to be installed. Near the end of the third week of June, Prince walked off the job without notice. He later stated that he did not think we had the funds to finish the project. On June 29, 2013 we met with Terry Prince to straighten out what would be owed to him through the end of the project less the final bank payment. We paid him $15,000 that day for legitimate extras he completed. With this payment, he agreed to return to work immediately after the July 4th holiday. He didn’t return. We met with him again on July 17 and he signed a note stating he would be done by July 31. Within a couple days, he sent an email saying he would not return without being pre-paid for the rest of the work. The amount he claimed was $3820. He also demanded that his electrical subcontractor be paid in full for unfinished work. Live wires were still sticking out at this point. Prince never returned to complete the project. In August, we got our attorney involved and despite further efforts, Prince refused to return. We terminated his contract for Breach of Contract among other reasons. He then placed a Mechanic's Lien on the property for about twice what would have been owed IF he had finished the job. After nearly a year of Prince changing lawyers a few times and missing court dates, the lien was vacated in State of New York Supreme Court, County of Erie. The order granted June 13, 2014 declared the lien "willfully exaggerated" in violation of the lien law. Below listed are items defective in workmanship; Basement: -Not enough cement originally ordered for cellar floor, more cement had to be ordered quickly. The additional cement did not bond well with original cement. This resulted in numerous cracks in the floor. Prince blamed the excavator. The excavator did not calculate the cement order, Prince did.             -Water pipes not secured to walls.             -No backwater valve installed as required by code. -Plumbing roughed in for cellar bathroom-too close to wall, no room for wallboard. Drywall: -The drywall finishing done by Prince’s subcontractor is terrible. Two inside corners in the great room are very wavy, not smooth and neat at a 90 degree angle. There are numerous rough spots that should have been re-coated and sanded again. Some of this was done. Prince refused to paint the repairs. Said he already painted once, wouldn't do it again. He placed the blame on his subcontractor and left it at that. - Many of the holes surrounding electrical boxes are too large. The cover plates fail to completely cover the holes. Bathroom: -The bathroom tile is very crooked and uneven. Grout lines don't match up. Gaps between tiles vary between 3/8 of an inch to 1/32 of an inch. The drywall surrounding the shower stall was done incorrectly so the bull-nose tile could not be installed. Again, Prince blamed his drywall subcontractor. The entire shower needs to be torn down and re-done. -The bathroom measures 5'x10'. In this space, 5 screws are popping out from the drywall. Exterior Doors: -All three exterior doors needed to be re-hung. They were all out of square so much that they were hitting the frame when closing. The patio door wouldn’t even latch. The rough frame opening actually needed to be corrected, as it was too tight and crooked to shim the door level and square. Prince blamed the poor fitment on “defective” doors. Said he'd order new doors. There was nothing wrong with the doors only their installation. We corrected them ourselves. Deck:   -Did not secure all joist hangers. -Did not secure deck to structure with carriage bolts, only nails (inspector failed this). -When installing deck boards, railings, and steps, Prince did not take the time (A few seconds is all that was needed.) to look at the wood to make sure the best side was up, or the piece of wood discarded if there was not good side. Interior Doors: -Of the six interior doors, three need to be re-hung. They don't open and close properly because they don’t sit square in the doorframe. Knotty Pine Ceiling: -The mill end of numerous tongue-n-groove boards was not removed so they ramp-up at one end. -Boards were supposed to be sanded clean and clear sealed. Some boards were sanded, some not. -Clear sealant was applied over dirt. Some boards have no clear seal, and sap is dripping from them. Kitchen: -Window not installed properly. It's crooked. It slopes down by 3/8 of an inch over a 24-inch span. -After much back and forth, Prince rejected doing the installation of the cabinets and countertops. We had an outside contractor install them. Interior Trim: -Numerous pieces of trim around doors and floors were cut too long. The pieces wood was forced into place, causing it to bow out and leave large gaps between the trim and the wall. Bedrooms: -The closets received only a primer coat of paint. Prince claims "Most people          like it that way. The white paint makes it easier to see in the closet."
- Nancy F....