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    RCS Builders Inc.
    On July 9, 2013 RCS Builders (Art Anchondo) made a verbal agreement with us to do a repair in a  commercial property we own in Campbell, CA. For business reasons, it was very important to have that repair done in the summer. This was our first experience ever with GCs and he promised to make everything easy an clear.
    The first bad sign was that despite several requests to put the agreement in writing, he kept postponing. in good faith, we proceeded along his suggestions to immediately have him get plans and permits while waiting for the contract in writing. Every time we would ask he was telling us "I will do it tonight or tomorrow".
    On July 25th, he told us that permits are ready and he is ready to start working on site. I told him that unless he puts the contract in place in writing we cannot start. Finally a week later at 12:30AM he sent an excel spreadsheet.  The verbal agreement was $35K-$45K, to our amazement the contract in writing was for $62,000. Somehow, this was just a few hours before our summer vacation, that he was well aware of.
    The next week, while on holiday we tried over e-mail and phone communication to have him explain but he would not. I finally concluded that this was his tactic to win the business first low bidding and then trap us since we had already spent all this time and needed the project done in the summer. He refused to lower the price to what we had agreed or to $50K that I counter offered and abandoned the project blaming us for the fall out. 
    Then he asked for incurred expenses. He had been paid 50% of those but he wanted the whole amount letting us shoulder all the expenses of the fallout. I told him that I will pay him the remainder, only if I can use such work to complete the project. He abruptly stopped talking to us and a month later he sued in small claims court for $2,500. He refused every request to communicate and settle the case out of court, and did not even show up in the first trial, further wasting our time. Then he sued again, but came unprepared and the trial would have been postponed. Fortunately, the judge "forced" him to talk to us and we settled for a smaller amount to stop wasting our time.
    - Panagiotis K.
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    Mulhall Construction
    First of all this review is embarrassingly overdue!! I apologize for that.
    The Mulhall organization was professional, courteous, and prompt from the first time I contacted them to talk about doing an estimate. Start to finish the entire team from Mr. Mulhall himself to Eamon the project manager, Paul & Kevin the crew bosses, workers and office staff kept us apprised of everything that was happening; city inspections, if there were delays why and a few unexpected things that naturally crop up with a building this old & a project this extensive.
    We are a small, 6 unit association in a 30+ year old building that had not been well maintained. By the time we found Mulhall Construction we had been looking for a year!! We had just received what we thought might be the last estimate and it was huge. Simultaneously, I heard about Angie's List and found Mulhall's reviews, which were stellar. So I asked our HOA to give them a chance to bid and we were all very glad when they did. Eamon came out within a week of my first contact and did a thorough walk around, making notes, asking questions. I don't remember the exact timeline, but it was quick. Eamon came out to meet with our entire HOA and go over the bid and we were very happy with him and the cost. He was up front about the possibility in a building this old and any construction project where things are being torn apart that other issues could arise and the original cost could go up. As a group our HOA decided to budget for I think 10 or 20% more than the bid in the event they were to find more work to do and, if not, we would have the entire building painted.
    They started within a week of getting the plans approved by the city and we were on our way. As I said earlier, everyone was very polite and the crew was extremely neat and respectful. They kept their power tools in my garage as I had the most space and they were very careful to make sure they piled things against one wall and never once did I have to move any of their things to get to anything i needed. They also had the code to my garage the entire time and I felt perfectly safe with that.
    Things went mostly according to schedule unless they needed additional materials due to new repairs that were uncovered. The job took a little over a month longer than they had projected but they ran into some difficulties loading the materials into our back deck area because there was so little room between the building and hedges and walls. At one point they took part of a fence apart but put it back together every night and when they left repaired it to look good as new. They also ended up having to move a gate because we had requested poles to hold up the decks rather than cantilevered beams. That meant a pole had to go in front of a gate that led to the back yard so they moved the gate further down, and, honestly it looks and works better than the old one.
    They followed all the engineered plans to the letter+ and all city inspections went off without a problem. Eamon came back and walked through the entire project with us explaining in detail what they had done and how we could keep things maintanined better. We asked if there were things we needed to do in the near future and he went through a few simple things that would not necessarily involve calling a construction company like his to do them. That said, if we ever do have a problem again they will likely be the only company we call, we could not have been more pleased with the work or the great people who got it done for us.
    - julie u.
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    Figone Construction Inc.
    Mike was very good at coming back to finish the details of the job.  Very reliable and hard working.
    - ANN A.
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    Speers Construction, Inc
    Speers Construction out of 7 contractors is the only one I would promote and recommend. Extremely helpful and cooperative in implementing change during construction.
    - William T T.
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