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    Heritage Roofing and Construction
    Heritage just finished up our patio extension, and we couldn't be happier. Justin and Co. do an amazing job from conception to completion. We started with a small roof addition idea, and Justin realized a much better concept to turn it into an addition that looks like it was built with the home.
    - Kim D.
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    Heritage Roofing and Construction
    We were so pleased with the remodeling of our kitchen, that we had our detached garage done by Heritage Roofing and Construction as well. The old garage (carriage house) had to be demolished because it was falling apart. Justin demolished the old garage, removed the old foundation slab (jack-hammered) and poured a new larger foundation and increased the square footage by 100 feet. The one word that best describes the new two-car garage is Awesome! It is so much more than we expected. The following list is just some of the things done: • The walls are two feet taller • A 16-foot motorized garage door (new side mounted motor) with two remote openers and a sensor light • An attic with pull-down stairs for extra storage • Constructed with masonry board plank (will never rot or warp) • The shingles on the roof match the house perfectly • Three double pane windows (the old garage had one very small single pane window which could not be opened) • The outside molding trim matched the “dental” molding on the house (Justin cut over four hundred individual small pieces of wood for the trim) • Four florescent lights inside and two motion sensor floodlights outside In addition to removing and replacing the garage, over 25 feet of privacy fence was replaced to include a pedestrian gate as well as twelve-foot gate built on a steel frame with two steel gate posts mounted in three feet of concrete five feet deep. The gate provided access to the new graveled outside parking space (ideal for a boat or trailer). In summary, I highly recommend Heritage Roofing and Construction for any job. You will get more than your money’s worth. Also, his sub-contractors are professional and courteous.
    - Jimmy B.
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    Heritage Roofing and Construction
    This is my second time using this business and I couldn't be happier with the results. I kind of knew what I wanted but was trying to figure out the details. To be honest with you, the choices were kind of overwhelming. He asked who was going to build it or if I had a contractor yet to oversee the project. I hadn't decided yet. He told me that he was starting a new business named "Justin's Construction Company" and could do the job. He showed me a two-story shop that he just finished building and it was gorgeous. It kind of looked like the high end one that they sell at home depot but with a much better design. He took me through the process of what was involved in building the shop from A to Z. He was very knowledgeable about building and since I had a great experience with him in the past, I agreed to let him build the building. He was very professional and very efficient with our budget. Let's just say I got a lot of bang for my buck and Justin helped make this project move along very smoothly and efficiently. He went above and beyond what I envisioned. Now all of my friends want to have one built for their husbands as a man cave! Needless to say, I will continue to use his company and highly recommend this company to anyone that is in the need of having something built or redone. I've referred him to friends to rebuild their decks, gazebos and redoing their wraparound porches. They have been very pleased as well. He mostly does word of mouth advertising to keep his overhead low. If you want to have a good, honest, hardworking person with good old fashion values and excellent work, then call Justin's Construction Company.
    - mari e.
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    Heritage Roofing and Construction
    The contractor's name is Justin Spivey.  The company is Heritage Roofing and Construction.  Based on reviews on Angie's list, I called Justin to repair a hole in the corner of my roof where, apparently, a squirrel chewed through.  He quoted me a price of $300 including paint, which I thought was fair.  The repair required installation of new wood and removal and replacement of cable TV and Internet cables. While he was doing that repair, I opened the door of a very old metal shed in my back yard, and the door fell in.  I asked Justin if he built sheds, and he stated that he did.  I asked him to give me a price on a new shed and floor big enough to hold a riding mower.  He said he could build and paint it for $4,500.  I decided that was fair and told him to build it.  While he was building it, I asked him to install two sliding windows, which cost an additional $300.   The shed is 12' x 12' (exterior), has a peaked shingle roof and is unfinished inside. It has a smooth concrete floor and a vinyl window on each side of the shed.  Standard 8 foot 2 X 4's were used in the walls and were spaced like the walls in a house. There is no ceiling, and given the peaked roof, the overhead is quite tall, which makes it easy to bring tall items (like ladders)  in and out. There are double doors (latch included) which open to a five foot wide entrance. A short concrete ramp leads to the doors. The shed is painted the same color as my house, with white trim, and shingles that match the ones on my house. The contractor was not there every day, but  we had quite a bit of rain.  There was never a big mess, and everything was cleaned up when the project was completed.   I also asked Justin to tear down and haul off an old kids swing set when he left.  He did so, and didn't charge me for it. I am quite satisfied with the shed and the conduct of the contractor.  I would use this contractor again.
    - John N.
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    Gary Womble
    He does excellent work. He's real nice and seems to care. He spent a lot of time going over what he's going to do before we agreed. He's been here for a good number of years and his fameless been around a long time and they are respected. He does what he says he's going to do and he handles all the problems of a general contractor - we didn't have to go out and get someone to do each project. He's a real fine gentleman. We have an extremely good relationship with him. We didn't know him before, we just saw him doing a job and stopped to talk to him. We aren't displeased with anything he did. I thought the price was fair. I wouldn't use anyone else, if I need more help like that then I'll call him.
    - Bill H.
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    ALLIED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC
    We had a water problem due to poor plumbing in our home.  Upon time of having the plumbing fixed we called a few people to get an estimate. When we called Allied Construction they were great at helping us understand what all was needed and what was going to have to be done.  Awesome work by these guys! Explained all work they were going to do. Informed us every step of the way. Thankful for these guys
    - Thomas B.
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    ALLIED CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC
    Great! quick to respond to emails and phone calls. Very Professional. Will definitely use them again!
    - Felicia M.
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    RECON BUILDERS INC
    I called and left a message with Recon and it was not until the next day a call was received by my mother. The arrival time was pushed back twice as scheduling must be difficult for this company. The technician whom I later found out was the "president" of the company, was an unpleasant person as he appeared not wanting to be there. He came out to give an estimate and did not arrive in a rain coat nor carried an umbrella which is extremely surprising given the torrential rain we were having from tropical storm Cindy. This person acted as though he did not want to be there and seemed afraid to get wet. He was unhappy it would seem that he had to drive as far as he did and certainly did not like the weather we were having. We have an 8'x20' enclosed trailer (workshop/office) that had a tree fall on it and will need to be replaced as well as the tree being removed. He asked who our insurance was with and the deductible, I told him that State Farm requested we call him and what our deductible was. He said that the replacement cost and tree removal would barely meet it, upon a small amount of research the replacement cost of the trailer alone is twice the deductible so I do not understand his reluctance. He made sure to mention that at his (contractor) price at Home Depot it was a stretch. I know that our cost vs his is vastly different and that is one way that he makes money. In retail there is a mark up and contractors have their own pricing in a similar fashion I believe. I also asked that he check the roof of both dwellings on the property. I had to mention the roofs twice(he was aware that the we wanted the roofs checked as my mother told the lady on the phone at their office), he was very reluctant to examine them or do anything it seemed to me although I did not know why. You see there was a nasty storm Sunday last and we needed the roofs checked. He asked if he could use one of our ladders which is very unprofessional and would open us up to liability. I would never ask a potential customer to use their tools and would have come prepared, it is unheard of to do such a thing. You would think that the "president" of the company could afford his own ladder? Well it turns out that he did have one but only "examined" one of the dwellings and then said both roofs were fine. He ran around the roof main house so quickly that I am surprised that he was able to make an accurate determination of its condition given the downpour. Upon his departure I was fuming over his unprofessional behavior and wrote Recon. I explained what had happened, his bad attitude and request to use our ladder. I was quickly met with an email expressing his displeasure and was told that we would have to take our claim elsewhere. I know that our job was not the loss of a home (very lucrative for them) but they could have made enough money for the "president" to get a nice new ladder and not the HSN type of folding ladder that he used (sorry for being snarky). He did mention that there were safety concerns climbing on the roof in the rain but I offered for him to come out another day when it was not raining but he declined. It also concerned me at how he was so worried given that this is what they do, their profession. I know that our job was not a big claim but I was just trying to get this taken care of for my 79 year old mother, widowed last October, 5 days after celebrating her 60th anniversary with my dad. He declined the job only after I complained to his company via email. He also took it upon himself to reply directly and make sure that I knew he was the "president." His customer service is lacking, he is unprofessional at best and given his status as "president" of the company this should not be the case. I would not use Recon if it were the only business in town nor would I ever refer them to anyone. *****Know that they did not perform any work but came out to give us an estimate so that we could file a claim with our insurance company to get the damages addressed. State Farm requested it be handled this way. Given the behavior of the "president" that came out (if he actually is the president, I do not know for sure), I would not have used them anyway. I know that this may seem petty but professionalism is key when dealing with a business, assuming that this was "the president" of the company, makes me even more concerned at their other business practices. Side note, we were referred to Recon via State Farm, I in no way hold them accountable for the behavior of Recon. I am simply trying to help my mother get this taken care of. I do hate having to review someone this way but I was a field service tech working on business equipment all over Alabama. I would drive 300 miles or more each day working 12-14 hours from time to time. I had to wear a suit and gave my customers the best customer service possible and I expect nothing less from others. I understand that people do not like having to work in inclement weather nor having to drive long distances (24.7 miles is not that far mind you) but this is his job and he should raise the bar.
    - Mark B.
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    John Cunningham / Alatec fencing
    I contracted with Mr. Cunningham to replace some patio doors that had leaked and rotted.  We agreed that I would buy the doors and he would install them on a hourly rate basis.  He came out in April of 2013 and made measurements and ordered the doors from our local building supply company, Gibson's Home center.  Due to inclimate weather we agreed to wait on installation because the rotten wood needed replacing under the threshold and we did not want to leave the floors exposed to the rain.  When drier weather arrived he and one helper came out with the doors to begin the job.  After a few measurements he determined that the doors would not fit the opening.  He told me the door company had made a mistake and he would return the doors to Gibson's.  Later he called and said the doors had been returned to the door company  for modification at no charge but it would be 2 to 3 weeks before they were ready.  Two weeks later I talked to Art at Gibson's about the modification to the doors and he said he ordered a complete new set of doors to Mr. Cunningham's specifications.  He also told me he cautioned Mr. Cunningham that the height measurement would be more than the measurement Mr. Cunningham gave him.  As suspected  when the new doors arrived they would not fit the opening.  When Mr. Cunningham learned of the problem he said I would have to find someone else to replace the doors that  he was busy on a job that paid more. ( I made the measurements myself and the doors would not fit in the opening.)  I tried to contact Mr. Cunningham but he would not return my calls.  I tried several times for almost a week to contact Mr. Cunningham to  discuss what could be done, but only received a text message threatening me with arrest if I did not leave him alone.  I offered to allow him to choose a sub to replace the doors, but again no return call.  I have since talked to other contractors and they tell me the same thing.  My doors were originally sliding glass doors and there is a replacement patio door that is smaller than a standard 6/0 door that is used in new construction.  Mr. Cunningham failed to recognize this from the beginning and is now walking away from the job leaving me to pay for the doors that will not fit, a total of $1,231.70. ( which I paid Gibson"s when the first doors were ordered).  I feel Mr. Cunningham should bare the cost of the doors since his measurements were in error from the beginning.
    - David M.
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