Recent Review: In the fall of 2011, our family decided to expand our home, to include a rear bump out of two 16 x 16 rooms (a sun room and a sitting room off a master bedroom) with an adjoining deck to allow access between the rooms. The build would be somewhat of a challenge, because the rooms would be elevated nearly twelve feet off the ground at the highest point. The rooms would include full wiring, HVAC system, a pellet stove, stone hearth and wall. Also at this time, we planned to upgrade our electrical service to 400 amps. We contacted three different companies for bids. However, only two responded, Buracker Construction, a family owned business, and another individual contractor. Both bids were very close, however the construction methods proposed by Buracker were superior, using the most modern construction methods and materials, and using masonry supports, rather than wood posts as proposed by the other bidder to support the elevation. Open communication was maintained throughout the entire process. We were kept apprised of the status of the construction, and they were very responsive to any inquires we had. During the build, there were minor changes that we made along the way. Buracker Construction took it all in stride, and was very willing to please and accommodate any minor changes we requested. If issues were noticed during the stages of construction, they were immediately corrected to our satisfaction. We found Buracker Construction to be very honest and easy to work with, as they kept an accurate account of credits we had accumulated, after we downsized a door and supplied some of our own hardware items and fixtures. We were able to apply the credits towards other items we wanted to change later. During construction, the employees and sub-contractors were conscientious they were working in someone's home, and made it a point to routinely keep the outside construction debris to a manageable level, and to tidy up each day. Overall, we are very satisfied with the end product and our experience with Buracker Construction, and plan to use them on future projects. The one thing I believe would improve the process, in the beginning during the contract stages, if a more detailed explanation is provided to the consumer concerning the exact materials that are proposed for each item, such as doors materials/manufacturer, hardware, etc. Specifically, in the contract it specified interior French doors for both rooms, we assume they would be solid wood pine doors. However, what was delivered to the job site were not very attractive engineered wood doors (who knew they make such things). Nevertheless, Buracker Construction was accommodating, and obtained the doors we requested. Based on my experience, I highly recommend Buracker Construction.