Malta Wall Repair

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Recent Review: USS was called when inspection for sale of mother's house noted cracks in wall. They worked us into their schedule to facilitate sale work was completed in one day; workmen were pleasant and left the basement in good order. Only problem was buyer cancelled  contract later! :(
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Business Description: Dynabilt Technologies Corp. manufactures and distributes patented modular steel insulated panelized housing and commercial buildings using the Dynabilt insulated load-bearing Smartest Wall™ panels (Patent No. 5,722.198 & 6,044,603), galvanized steel roof trusses, and floors joists.
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Recent Review: Please see above the details of the service performed.
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Business Description: 20+ years Construction/Master Carpenter experience. 7+ years in one of a kind custom Treehouse's with slides, rock walls, ziplines, bucket pulls, trap doors, etc. Custom Sheds and furniture. Custom wood tables to custom porch swings. We accept all major credit cards and Pay-Pal. $200 Consultation fee (goes towards project).
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Business Description: Designer and Manufacturer of custom and pre-engineered Red-Iron Steel Frame Homes & Components. Our steel home kits with bolt-together red-iron framing assure your family the strongest, safest, and healthiest choice in new home building today! A Kodiak home is engineered to withstand the average tornado, hurricane, wildfire, earthquake, and with steel, there is no wood for termites to eat or rot. Using steel also provides for a very healthy home with minimizing organic material for mold to grow on. Long paint finish warranties mean decades of not having to paint your home, which saves on maintenance costs over the life of the home. Our steel fabrication plant holds most of the common energy and U.L. certifications sought after by home builders. Today, Kodiak Steel Homes® offers a wide range of products and services. With a full line of pre-engineered all-steel homes, innovative red iron framing, and a complete catalog of designs, Kodiak has much to offer both contractors and weekend do-it-yourselfers. Kodiak Steel Homes® has built a name on providing the steel framing kits, and helping connect customers with local contractors and working with local contractors in order to save the home builder money. Kodiak Steel Homes® is building their reputation one satisfied customer at a time.
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Recent Review: My experience to them was okay and they seem to have a solution for the problem. I'm really not sure about the price if it is high or low but I think we were going to use them.
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Recent Review: Mr. Casey's men were very competent and professional. They did a really great job in 90 degree plus weather, and stayed with the job until it was completed. The price was a little high, I thought, but overall a good job.
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Recent Review: Russ Thomson was attentive and respectful to our ideas but also gave us his professional opinion. His crew was very nice and respectful of our property and personal preferences. They were all very polite and paid attention to detail down to making sure the fence gates were closed when our dogs wanted to go out and expect their domain. They built a decorative retaining wall along the street side utilizing old stone from a flower bed we removed from the front. It really looks nice! Drainage lines were integrated into the wall which will lengthen it's life. The plantings are all new, so the big conclusion will be revealed in the spring. We will definitely use Russ and his team for any other landscaping needs we have in the future.
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Recent Review: They did a very good job. Their quality was good.
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Recent Review: It took them 8 hours to change out the door. He was an extremely slow worker. I got the impression that they were unsure about the work or they were padding their pockets. They left the doorbell off and left live wires in the wall. When I inquired about the live wires he told me that I could get a battery powered doorbell and didn't offer to fix the problem. The trim was put on backwards and they left it dirty. They used my power saw and put their tools on my countertop. I also had them do some electrical work that I later found was all done incorrectly, even though he claimed he was an expert.

Reviews in Malta to Repair Walls

ACasey's Landscaping LLC
Mr. Casey's men were very competent and professional. They did a really great job in 90 degree plus weather, and stayed with the job until it was completed. The price was a little high, I thought, but overall a good job.
- Barbara N....
ATHOMSON'S LANDSCAPING
Russ Thomson was attentive and respectful to our ideas but also gave us his professional opinion. His crew was very nice and respectful of our property and personal preferences. They were all very polite and paid attention to detail down to making sure the fence gates were closed when our dogs wanted to go out and expect their domain. They built a decorative retaining wall along the street side utilizing old stone from a flower bed we removed from the front. It really looks nice! Drainage lines were integrated into the wall which will lengthen it's life. The plantings are all new, so the big conclusion will be revealed in the spring. We will definitely use Russ and his team for any other landscaping needs we have in the future.
- Amanda F....
AGreenleaf Landscapes Inc
My experience to them was okay and they seem to have a solution for the problem. I'm really not sure about the price if it is high or low but I think we were going to use them.
- Dianne S....
FDoug Tingler
It took them 8 hours to change out the door. He was an extremely slow worker. I got the impression that they were unsure about the work or they were padding their pockets. They left the doorbell off and left live wires in the wall. When I inquired about the live wires he told me that I could get a battery powered doorbell and didn't offer to fix the problem. The trim was put on backwards and they left it dirty. They used my power saw and put their tools on my countertop. I also had them do some electrical work that I later found was all done incorrectly, even though he claimed he was an expert.
- Kathy W....
CCasey's Landscaping LLC
The work was done on a timely basis and with a good degree of professionalism. I'm pleased with the new driveway and the relocated fence and AC and the retaining wall blocks that were reset. I'm not happy about the fact that one of the subcontractor employees stepped out of the concrete and onto a paver sidewalk (that leads from the driveway to the front door) and deposited concrete onto about 25 or 30 brick pavers. I'm guessing that a quick application of water might have taken the concrete off the pavers but for whatever reason that didn't happen. Nor did Casey or the subcontractor say anything to me about it. I didn't realize until a week or so later what had happened and that it was irreversible at that point. I notified Casey and he came and looked at it right away and said he would take care of it. Three months later and numerous phone calls later and I'm still waiting on him to make it right. If he does, I'll immediately change this report. But until then I'm not very happy. It took another month or so ... I had to continue to hound him but he finally replaced the damaged pavers. The replacement pavers are not a close match to the rest but he said it was the best he could do.
- David D....
AConley Lawn Maintenance & Landscaping
The job went very well. Justin and his crew are very hard workers. The pavers used for the patio were delayed from the manufacturer for nearly a week. Justin and his crew worked until 9 PM on a couple of nights to make up some of this time, even though I told them I was not in any hurry. We are very happy with the results and the price.
- Sebastian B....
CMalone Renovations Inc
I wish I could give a good review, because we worked with the builder to design a unique and lovely home. Before I begin, PLEASE NOTE- if you ask the builder about this review, he will likely give you a story about unfinished payments or such. That was the story we got when we inquired about a previously litigated job, and we decided to give him the benefit of the doubt because he seemed to be a nice guy and good fit for our job. The job started easily enough and we didn't have many problems in the early stages. We did have to monitor the quality and point out split studs, improperly placed insulation, etc. The crew consisted of nice guys, but there was little quality control done by the contractor. Our daily trips to the site usually consisted of us cleaning up trash, food wrappers, spilled drinks etc. both inside and outside. Malone was not present on the site very often, and many mistakes were overlooked until WE discovered them---toilets installed in the wrong place, ceramic tiles laid crookedly, etc. An entire exterior wall was mistakenly sided with expensive Hardy plank when it was supposed to be stone. Those are things that probably happen with many jobs, so as long as they were corrected we were okay. But when the job was close to finish, suddenly items that had been part of the design became extra charges, and we had to eliminate some features we had assumed all along were part of the house. I won't go into detail about the last weeks of the job, there was much disagreement and it was very difficult to get our punch list finished. When we closed the mortgage on the house there were still issues that hadn't been addressed, but Malone said that they would be taken care of as warranty items. We were told to let the house and quot;settleand quot; through the winter and spring and then he would see what needed to be repaired. The following summer was one delay after another, and it was 9 months after and quot;completionand quot; that his crew finally came back to do the warranty work. It took several attempts before they managed to repair a ceiling and get it painted correctly, and even now you can see sponge marks and wall paint overlapping the ceiling and vise versa. I contacted him repeatedly to notify him of more issues, including but not limited to cracked drywall, flooring that doesn't reach the baseboard, window sills that are separated and rough, popped drywall nails, many corners of cracked paint with primer showing through....Imagine how stressful for people who lost their home in a fire to discover that the new home's fireplace was installed without a major part, causing damage to the fireplace itself. We chose a high quality vinyl plank floor that resembles distressed wood, but because the cement slab wasn't thoroughly prepped and smoothed the floor shows dips, bumps and even debris that was left under it during installation. Sadly, instead of returning to finish the warranty items, he simply went AWOL. He refused to answer emails and bluntly decided that he was not going to return or finish the job. There is not a single room in the 3100 sq. ft. home that doesn't have visible issues and flaws. If you decide to use Malone Renovations, I strongly urge you to be present on site every day, checking for quality. Get every single item spelled out in the contract, because a man's word isn't what it used to be. And DO NOT approve payments before you are 100 percent satisfied that every issue is corrected and completed. If you authorize payment and then hope to have the builder return, you will be sadly disappointed.
- Laura P....