Allendale Prefab & Custom Pool House Builders

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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).
Business Description: Well Done Trim Co Inc. was founded in 1979. We have been in business for over 30 years. We have always maintained customer service in order to have a long service here in the Lowcountry. We have built a company on respect to the community and complete service and taking pride in our work. We do Interior Trim as well as Crown Molding installation. We build Decks, Fences, and Outdoor Sheds. We are a very well built and understanding company when It comes to what the home-owners want. Your happiness is our Number 1 priority...
Award 2018Super Service Award
Business Description: Angie's List Super Service Award winner for 2013,2014,2015 and 2018! Creative and Efficient Professionals As a former subcontractor, then custom home builder, I learned that the most common cause of contract failure was due to a lack of communication among participants. For this reason I continue to endeavor to maintain an open, transparent and honest dialect with my customers at all times. l have honed my company’s offerings as well as my own knowledge of all home building trades to the extent that we provide all services without having to call on the skills of others in all but the most extreme cases. I have found that by doing so, the job gets done faster, with zero communication breakdown and minimal ‘surprises’. I have several local references from Mt. Pleasant, Charleston, The Battery, Sullivan’s Island, Isle of Palms, North Charleston, Goose Creek, Summerville, Moncks Corner, Georgetown, Murrell’s Inlet, Myrtle Beach, Columbia, and more! Please don’t hesitate to call and chat over a prospective project, as my time is your time. From design to budget to build to satisfy, we are your 'Go Team' for the highest standards in the home care and remodeling industry! Update, November, 2014- As I have relocated to Cottageville, SC. I am actively pursuing work in the Colleton, Dorchester Counties, although still available in the Charleston area.

Reviews in Allendale for Building a Pool House

ARiley's Carpentry
We have a home built in 1893 and Riley's Carpentry has done both interior and exterior work for us for well over 15 years. They are the first one's we call and we seldom call anyone else. Sam is a perfectionist who will go above and beyond to exceed your expectations. This project was no exception. He did what we asked promptly and better than we even imagined.
- Michael T....
FSteves Service
I first made contact through Angie's list on Feb 18th. Steve came out and I explained the work that I wanted done. The number one priority was to replace ALL of the cloth covered wiring in the approximately 60 year old house because of the safety concerns. He agreed and said he would put together an estimate. On Mar 15, I emailed Steve and asked if he had been able to finish the proposal. I received it 3 days later. The proposal was for $1675. At that time, I questioned the point that the proposal stated to run new wiring from the breaker box to the junction boxes and it did not specify replacing the wiring to the outlets and switches. I was told not to worry about it, it would be done. Steve stated that he could rewire the whole house in 3 days but didn't need 3 because part of it had already been done.  The work was finally started on April 20th. After 2 weeks of him working on the house, Steve stated that he had completed the wiring work in the house, ran power to the shed, and had started troubleshooting the non-working lights on the driveway and carport. That Friday, I told Steve that I lost my job and would not be able to continue with the work.  So, the bill went from an estimated $1675 to $2933 and the estimated time went from 2-3 days to two weeks. Here's the kicker... I still have cloth covered wiring in my house. I just went up in the attic to install insulation and I'm still finding old wiring.  Steve is a very pleasant person and I realize that the original price was just an estimate, but if someone hires you, you should do the job you are hired to do... in the timeframe you agree to... and at the price you agree to.
- Brian T....