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  • F
    Kenneth E James Painting and Carpentry Services
    The exterior seemed okay but the interior was horrible because no preparation was done. A very expensive cost for an amateur job. After he walked out seven weeks into repairing his own mistakes, he said he was done and pulled his crew. When I checked with the state regarding his behavior, I learned that he has no contractors license and was committing fraud. Don't take my word, check with the state of Alabama. Also ask Angie why he is still allowed to advertise.
    - Steve S.
  • F
    Southern Property Services LLC
    Horrible! Totally unprofessional, didn't accurately measure the cabinets so some were wrong size. Didn't contract or schedule countertops so I still don't have a complete kitchen after two weeks and no end in sight.
    - Estelle D.
  • A
    Heritage Roofing and Construction
    I initially called to have a small bathroom completely gutted and rebuilt (it's an old house and was falling in) but I was so impressed with Justin and his crew I went ahead and got them to put a much-needed new roof on my house, as well as replace some rotting wood on the side. I have had an outstanding experience working with them and will 100% hire them again. My only complaint is it takes awhile for them to haul off the old materials/trash, but if that's my only complaint then I am thrilled. Bathroom: complete demolition, reframed walls and joists, replaced and reconfigured plumbing, installed a skylight since there is no window, new drywall, tile, and new everything. Custom door as well as a cabinet I bought was retrofitted to be used as the vanity. I LOVE IT. Roof and rotted fascia replacement: There were several places of the decking and fascia that were rotted. They removed both layers of roof (yes, two layers) replaced the rotten wood and put brand new shingles, drip edge, fascia and siding. Outstanding job.
    - Sunny P.
  • F
    Kenneth E James Painting and Carpentry Services
    It could not have been worse. Despite advertising, Mr. James generally showed up once in the morning and once in the evening. His crew were not all proficient at what was required of them. Inside of cabinets not painted, floors are falling in for the second time. Low grade material and expensive gas window was "placed" in wall with sledge hammer when it wouldn't fit. It cracked later that day and excuses changed multiple times before James said "we cracked it." Nothing was returned to original place as we were assured, and as my wife and Io are both disabled much of the mess remains. Unneccesary work on a French Drain blew the budget by three grand, and Mr. James became irate when we utilized a five percent discount coupon claiming he didn't have any coupons on his website and accused us of shorting him 5%. He did show up briefly in the morning and afternoon but matierials used were billed as new and ultimately were found to be used. (toilet) We took a second mortgage on the house to finance the renovation and the house is worse now than when they first came here. He refuses to fix the flooring which is sagging and causing us to slip and fall at times. The last words to my wife as he left were to my wife and were f**k you! I would have confronted him but he smelled as if he had been drinking and thought the better of it. He reeked of alcohol according to my wife and I. I thought we had found the perfect contractor but apparently his company cares more about beer than doing a good job. I have additional work he didn't accomplish and I was on the road buying material and tools every day without fail. I am just sick of it,, and just wholly and completely beg anyone considering home renovation to find a real professional. He talked a good game, not so good on the follow through. Beware!
    - James B.
  • D
    Northern Custom Construction
    Not so good, but the good I can say is Tim and his staff were very friendly and nice. I called on a Thursday and to my surprise they were able to get me in that Saturday first thing in the morning. Yippee! Well maybe not; they ended up getting held up on a job and stated they wont be there til Monday. Ok that's understandable! Monday came, I took the day off work so I can make sure my vision was projected as clearly as possible (even provided pictures). Tim showed up sometime after 10a.m. stating that his other workers went on to picked up lunch so they can just have everything they needed to work thru the day and get the job done. No other workers ever showed up that day at all, but I was impressed with how much he was able to get done all by himself and the way things were starting to look. The end of the day came he left for the day and it was told to me we would resume tomorrow. Ok! Tomorrow came I called and texted, and texted and called. I didn't get a response until around 4 p.m. and it was thru text saying they were working at another job but are still coming to finish up today. Ok again! After a couple of hours had passed I expressed my concerns about how I was beginning to feel my leg was being pulled. Never got any kind of response until the next morning from Tim (again a text) stating they got held up until late, but for sure they would be by this morning (Which is now Wednesday) to finish up. They came (when I say they it was two young men while Tim was working at another job) and finished up the remaining. I expressed my concerns as they were still working about how I disliked the grout color and how I thought the tile color was suppose to pop out once it was sealed. I was told "no worries it wont look like this once everything sets and have time to dry". Well sad to say it did and still does look like it did. The last I saw of Tim was that Friday afternoon and it was to discuss what happened and why it doesn't look like the pictures I sent or what we discussed. First he tried to say the tile in the pictures weren't the same as the tile I had provided. Which turned out not to be true after all. I provided screen shots from the installer that did the tile used in the pictures stating the name and type of tile that was used as well as a statement from the tile store saying I had that exact. Then he said its because you need an enhancer sealer and u didn't ask for that. No, I didn't ask for an enhancer sealer verbatim , but I wet the tile with water (like they showed me at the tile store) and showed him this was the look I was going for in the very beginning so it should have been common sense that's what I needed to have in order to get the look I wanted. The bigger dilemma was he stated he had already sealed it and the enhancer might not work as its suppose to, but either way he will need to comeback and clean up and try to apply the enhanced sealer. Since then I visited with the tile shop where I bought the tile and met with other tile specialist and they all stated the same: 1, the wrong color grout was used and that he should have went with more of the light beige color. 2, he should have first wiped down the tiles after they were put with light soapy water to clean all the residue off. 3, he should have used an enhancer sealer (especially if you had wet the tile and showed him that's the look you were going for). Overall the tile designs and boarders was laid nicely its just the finished product wasn't. I recently had contact with Tim (thru text) and he mentioned he is still planning on coming out to fix it, but no date or time was given.
    - LaVeonne J.
  • A
    Heritage Roofing and Construction

    Our historic home kitchen was completely remodeled. A wall was removed to expand the kitchen and add a walk-in closet. An antique door found in the attic was refinished and used for the newly constructed closet. A beam was installed to support the ceiling which was replaced. All of the cabinets were replaced to include stone countertops. All appliances (stove, refrigerator, dish washer and built-in microwave oven) were installed which required rewiring and plumbing. All was done perfectly. Previously installed (old) laminate flooring was replaced with tile.  Assistance and advice was provided for the many decisions and choices that had to be made. The details to match the style of the historic home, such as crown molding, retaining door frames and doors, exposed brick from the old chimney, etc. Were amazing. In summary, I would highly recommend this builder for any project. Everything we wanted was done and exceeded our expectations.


    - Jimmy B.
  • A
    Lisenby Construction, Inc.
    Excellent, professional results. The sunroom looks great and the recessed area for the tv is lovely. Would hire again in a minute. In fact, we'll need to update the kitchen soon and I intend to call Lisenby.
    - susan yvette p.
  • A
    Kenneth E James Painting and Carpentry Services
    In the bathroom they had to remove tile from all the walls. They then installed new drywall and retiled the bath inclosure. The difference in that little bathroom is amazing. Every room need attention. That is just what they got.
    - Renee B.
  • F
    Dream Baths Of Alabama, LLC
    It should be Nightmare Bath of Alabama. First of all he isn't licensed and didn't have a permit upon starting the job. We paid him $21,700 in March, bathroom demolition in May, the work is still incomplete now in July. He only gave me $2,400 to purchase the fixtures for the bathroom out of the amount which is no where near enough to cover all of the fixtures. The vanity alone would have been $2,500 and that's just a standard one. The house is a mess, Charlie's communication is terrible. They have damaged our home, they have killed the lawn. He is so incompetent, has no clue about his own business. I don't even understand where all of his positive reviews have come from on Angie's List. I should have known better not to give him my money up front. All it has allowed us to do was put us on the back burner and then left. It's fraud. He even went so far as to bad mouth us to other companies. He has made up lies, he has threatened to physically harm me and others in my home. I have been overly patient and tolerant to everything that's happened. It's been completely ridiculous.
    - rick c.
  • A
    Kenneth E James Painting and Carpentry Services
    I could no be happier with the service. We had two ceiling fans replaced, vanity replaced, plumbing for vanity, light over the kitchen sink replaced. He was supposed to show up at 8AM, he showed up at 7:55AM. All work was completed in six hours, which was pretty amazing in my eyes. They cleaned up after themselves, didn't make a mess, didn't track dirt all over the place. I've found a handyman for life!
    - William R.
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