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  • F
    CR Soutions
    Someone gave me this companies business card while I was collecting information for various projects. On the card in the top right corner there is a license number 060382. I called the CA State Licensing Board to ensure this is a valid license. I was told that the license number is non-existent and was asked to complete a form and submit a copy of the card, which I will do. When I called the numbers on the card I got a voice mail that eventually hung up. I am submitting this review just to forewarn my neighbors about this company.
    - Kathleen S.
  • A
    Awesome crew! They show up exactly when the promise, do great work and clean up when they leave! I am so happy! I was considering new cement but this looks awesome and less than 1/2 the price. The finished on time...
    - Jodi A.
  • A
    Parker Concrete
    The project went better than I could have imagined. There was some back-and-forth discussion about the final scope of the project, mostly due to my ignorance, and Dave Parker was very responsive and patient in leading me through that. Once the start date was set, Dave and the team arrived on schedule and completed everything within the time estimated. The finished project really adds to the appearance of the outside of the house and the new sidewalk is much safer.
    - Jean D.
  • F
    I contacted Woolsey Construction to add a deck to our home. ��I talked to someone over the phone about completing the project and he said that they could do it but that they would need someone else to make the plans. ��He said that he would email me the contact info of someone who could do that for us. ��I never heard back and ended up talking to a friend that could do the plans for us. ��I then tried contacting Woolsey Construction again and never heard back from them.
    - Lauren P.
  • A
    Best-Rate Repair & Termite Company
    Love this company (Thanks Don Scout)!   Received an acceptable quote for repair work. Very professional and willing to work with me to prioritize work, etc.  Unfortunately, other more pressing maintenance issues arose and I have not yet used this coupon.  I appreciate that the original price paid for the coupon is always honored.  Now that my home's foundation work is complete, I look forward to repairing the wood issues.  As soon as I am ready, I will definitely contact Best Rate!
    - DONNA C.
  • F
    Woods Shop
    I talked to the owner on the phone and he scheduled a date and time to come to the house for an estimate.  On the morning of he called to cancel.  He said he might be able to possibly stop by later that afternoon.  I didn't hear from him and called him back to see if he was coming.  He then said he wouldn't be able to make it and that maybe he would be able to stop by the next week.  I asked him what day and time would work and he said he would call me later.  I never heard from him again.
    - Lauren P.
  • A
    Best-Rate Repair & Termite Company
    This is second time I've used Best Rate for repairs on my apartments. Both times they provided a fair assessment of required work (including advising me against doing something that wasn't necessary). Work was performed  on time and budget and of good quality.  On the most recent job the stabilized the rails very well compared to a prior vendor who tried to do it on the cheap.  Both jobs required repainting patched stucco or replaced door frames and you'd never know work was done the paint match was so good.  They are always responsive. Lilly in the office is easy to work with and thorough.
    - Mark F.
  • A
    Greener Rhythms
    Everything was good about him. He was professional and gave me a good estimate. It was a fair estimate, but I wasn't able to get the work done then at all, due to financial reasons. I'm considering calling him and asking for an estimate for a smaller deck.
    - Penny M.
  • F
    A-Team Residential Remodeling
    It has taken me a long time to submit this scathing review because I didn't want to do something I might regret later. It's now almost a year and a half later and I wouldn't change a word.
        After interviewing several contractors I am very disappointed in my decision to go with Jeff Raleigh of the A Team. After all of the wonderful reviews I read about Jeff I thought I had found a talented and honest contractor. I called him about an estimate the end of Jan. 2013 for a small addition and deck enclosure. He came over promptly and I liked him very much, but he wouldn't give me an estimate of any kind.  He said the first thing I needed to do was have an architect draw up a set of plans and he suggested his "architect" that he had worked with for the past several years. So I met with his "architect," David Barron. I thought working with someone Jeff had confidence in would ensure a smoother process.
        The problems started after viewing the preliminary drawings. After several more meetings, because of his lack of construction knowledge plus poor design and listening skills, I began to question whether David Barron was an architect at all. So I asked where he went to school and it turns out he didn't. He wasn't an architect after all and we had already paid him his $3000 fee. We were supposed to receive a completed set of drawings for this fee but as it turned out we never did. To make matters worse he informed me that Jeff had handed our project over to him and he was very excited because it was the first time Jeff put him completely in charge of a project.  Well, I wasn't too thrilled about it and just stood there dumbstruck . I think he must have noticed the shocked look on my face because he quickly assured me that Jeff would still be overseeing the project. I don't know what that meant because there was no further communication between Jeff and I.
        It was frustrating not being able to talk with Jeff, after all, it was Jeff and his reputation that we had contacted through Angie's list not this guy who was proving to be more and more untrustworthy and incompetent as time passed. During our meetings he spent a good portion of the time talking about how busy he was on other projects. He rescheduled appointments multiple times and sometimes 2 or 3 weeks would go by without hearing from him at all. I tried to keep believing everything would work out OK because I still believed Jeff was a trustworthy guy and he was overseeing the project....right? But by the end of June the project was no closer to starting, my husband had had it and during what turned out to be our last meeting, he questioned David about some extra charges he had threatened me with in an earlier phone conversation. It was obvious by the tension in the air and his quick exit that David was not at all happy with my husbands questions. The next day Jeff called me with a basic, over the phone, estimate that was about double our budget. This after being reassured by David, time after time over the previous five months, that they could work with our budget and Jeff was excited about doing our project. This was the first and only estimate we ever got. Knowing a little bit about pricing I quickly realized this, over the phone, est. was way out of line. I know David Barron wasn't at all happy when he left our last meeting but I don't know what he told Jeff. Whatever it was it obviously lead to Jeff's phone call the next day.  Of course, that was the end of the project.
        I don't think Jeff ever really knew anything about our project beyond our initial meeting. He did stop by in June and knew nothing about several things I pointed out. He made a comment about this project going on too long and I wondered, at the time, who he thought was responsible for that. Jeff told me things in the beginning he didn't follow thru on and I believe it was because he put our project into the hands of an incapable fraud and we never had any direct communication with each other. In the end we found out David Barron has several violations against him, including; diversion of funds, willful or fraudulent act and license suspension. Jeff Raleigh passed us off to this guy and it cost us over $4500 to end up with nothing. It would have cost us another $3500 if we had gone with the soils testing guy David Barron took 3 weeks to find. (I found one for $700 in 1 day! )
         I was so excited in the beginning.  Maybe things would have turned out differently if we had chosen our own "real" architect and were able to work directly with Jeff. We've put off the much needed remodel to our house because I'm afraid to stick my neck out there again. I feel like we were suckered into a waste of six months time and $4500. I still think Jeff is probably a good contractor and I'm sorry I wasn't able to work with him. But why would  he be working with a guy like David Barron and why did he tell me David Barron was an architect? Why did he put David Barron in charge of our project? Ultimately, Jeff made these decisions and that makes him responsible. It was a very costly and upsetting experience.

    Jeff's response to this review is yet another disappointment. It appears that he is not always the decent guy he claims to be. Certainly not in this case. In this case the decent thing to do would have been to contact me after reading this review and attempt to find out why I gave him this scathing review. Especially if he doesn't understand why he's getting a bad review. I was not a difficult client. I was always willing to change my plans to accommodate David. I always paid for whatever was required immediately. David knew our budget within the first few meetings, if Jeff didn't know it it's because David didn't tell him. The bathroom was always part of the project. It was the #1 reason for the project. The only change I made was to make the addition 1 foot wider. All the other changes were to fix mistakes David made in the drawings.  I didn't pull the plug after the city said they wanted soil samples, I paid for a soils report and it was submitted and accepted by the city.  And on and on and on...

    Jeff can accuse me of whatever he likes but I stand by my review.  And for the record, I looked David Barron up on the CA Contractors Lic. Board web site. That's where I got my information.  
    - jean-anne o.
  • A
    River Rock Outscape
    I think I liked that he gave me an estimate before he left. He had brought his little laptop with him and a little printer and he created a 3D view of what it would look like. I just liked that because it could help me imagine what it would look like in the end. My interactions with him was good. He did add a fire pit that I didn't ask about. He just said, "Oh well I added that to the rendering so you could see where it would fit and how it would like." He put 1500 for that. I still liked the idea. It was a better way to upsell, I guess. He was punctual. He did call and say he was going to be 30 minutes late but he gave me plenty of time for that.
    - Penny M.
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