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Sunrooms And Patio reviews in Parker

  • F
    Honey Won't Do
    Gave two down payments, one of $2000, one of $6000. That was in May 2015 for construction to be completed by July 4, 2015. Did not hear anything from him after that. Multiple calls in late June to check on schedule did not get a response. Thought they went out of business. Called police to report theft, but because there was a contract, the police could not act until they actually did some or a portion of the work. Finally heard back from Brad about July 15, 2015. The phone call I made on or about July 7 I said I considered them in breach of contract because I didn't even see a permit request with the city and I would seek "legal recourse". The permit was applied for about July 14. Brad Ivers said he would "not let me out of the contract" and sent photos of boxes with my last name on them to "prove" that he had already purchased the materials. He told me he could do the job at the end of July, but dates were not good for me due to conflict with scheduled family visit. I told him no, and that I didn't really feel comfortable to have him on my property since there had been no professionalism shown so far. Didn't hear from him after that. Hired a lawyer to get my money back, but he ignored their letter and additional phone calls. I decided to NOT go to court because of the costs to just file the complaint; thought I'd be throwing good money after bad. I tried to reach Brad by phone again in November and December of 2015 to ask for money returned; no returned phone calls, no money, no pergola. Brad could sell ice to Eskimos, so be cautious and do not use him for anything! NO service performed, no money returned.
    - Lisa S.
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    Preferred Home Repair and Construction, LLC
    Rodney worked with us on ideas for, and the design of the covered patio. He recommended reasonably priced and dependable contacts for blueprints (required by our HOA) and electrical work. Rodney consulted us at each stage of the construction, ensuring our satisfaction with the work completed, and made good recommendations along the way. He cleaned the work site daily. He was professional in his conduct, had a strong work ethic, and the quality of his work was/is excellent. We are very pleased with our patio. Rodney did an outstanding job, and we highly recommend him. My delay in writing a review is not a reflection on the job, just a reflection on us with a busy life and a large family.
    - Michelle M.
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    Colorado Sunroom and Window Distributors
    Don't do it. I don't know who owns this place now, but I only ever saw and worked exclusively with a guy named David Czopek. If you do choose to do business with this man, carry a tape recorder, and hang onto your wallet.
         Regrettably, I signed a design agreement for $1500 (he asked for and got the full amount up front, my mistake). This agreement called for him to design a solarium addition as part of our larger master bathroom remodel, to include  cost estimates both for Colorado Sunroom to build it, or for them to sell me the solarium materials for me to build myself.  
         The first sign of trouble came when he estimated this design process would take one week, and I found myself chasing him for drafts two, three, four weeks later. When emails didn't work, I would call David, and could literally hear him struggling to stop himself from saying, "I'll get that to you today." But he couldn't, and he didn't. The drafting process was also delayed by his chronic forgetting of key design elements we had previously discussed, necessitating another redraft. After one month of this he was finally ready to meet and present his final design (not exactly what we had talked about, but close enough to discuss and make final tweaks), and his construction cost estimates.
         This design experience, and Colorado Sunroom's insane pricing (see below), caused me to decline to sign the construction contract David placed in front of me. I simply asked for my final design documents (knowing they weren't perfect) so I could decide how to move forward, knowing by now that the only thing I would have Colorado Sunroom do would be, at most, supply the materials. David balked, and he immediately fell back on his contract - "this design is for Colorado Sunroom's own use". That's right, for a second there his position was that he owed me nothing for the $1500 I had paid. He immediately relented however, and agreed to provide his design drawings with Colorado Sunroom's name redacted. I found that David's memory is very poor when it comes to design details, deadlines, and handshake agreements, but laser-like when it comes to contract language. Our agreement that Colorado Sunroom's design would include the engineer's stamp required by the building department was for naught, when he pointed me to paragraph 7 where this is included among a list of services that cost extra ($600 or more extra).
         As for costs, one thing David NEVER forgot was my telling him the total budget for our ENTIRE remodel was $35,000 (again, my mistake). His cost estimate came in at $38,605 ("that's close to your budget, right?"). Keep in mind that the solarium construction was only part of the total project, and was to be only a 96 sq. ft. SHELL - no plumbing, electrical, interior/exterior finishes, not even demolition - nothing except the wood & post framing, windows, and a prefab skylight. This amounts to $402 per sq. foot for a SHELL, which probably makes Colorado Sunroom the most expensive contractor in Colorado, if not the world. When David protested that this was no mere shell, but a highly complex and elaborate structure, it was my turn to remember the contract, where I pointed him to his own language describing the project as a "SHELL.ONLY, with "all other finish by owners". (I have since obtained bids from a framer I know to be reputable, a window company, and skylight company that will complete this shell with better windows and a larger, custom skylight for less than $20,000).
         Still don't think Colorado Sunroom's pricing is exorbitant? David provided an additional rough estimate to finish a small adjoining deck on the house (the posts and joists already would have been installed under the main contract). The cost for 84 sq. ft. of decking with a rail? $8,700!!! Compare this to Angie's List maximum estimate of about $2000. (http://www.angieslist.com/articles/how-much-does-it-cost-build-deck.htm).
         My interaction with Colorado Sunroom finally ended when someone (presumably David) came by the house and dumped the final design drawings with my wife, dashing away before I might have a word with him. This was 2 1/2 months after the date of a design agreement that was to take "about a week".
         In summary, I wouldn't hire these guys to build a sandbox.

    - Steve O.
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