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Sunrooms And Patio reviews in Westminster

  • A
    Colorado Designs
    Everything from start to finish exceeded my expectations. I would absolutely recommend Colorado Designs to anyone and will use them again in the future. They were professional, very talented, well priced, and finished the project on schedule. Thanks again for everything.
    - neil g.
  • A
    Paramount Remodeling Company Inc
    This was a fairly large home remodel and addition project. Paramount did an outstanding job and I would certainly hire them again. My project involved the removal of an exterior wall and the placement of a beam in that wall to extend the house. It was complicated, and it needed firepower and expertise, which these guys had. They did an excellent job and nothing was too complicated for them. They maintain constant communications with rapid callbacks and with their mobile app. The mobile app also keeps the homeowner abreast of all change orders and the status of the project. Importantly, the mobile app keeps a constant watch of the total project cost. Overall, these guys were fabulous and I would highly recommend them.
    - Carl F.
  • D
    Nationwide / BlueSky Sunrooms
    Dear readers, please read this experience carefully, and be forewarned of Rick Craven of Nationwide Sunrooms & Contracting. After initial and exhaustive research for a residential contractor of patio/porch builds, and on-site meetings with each potential contractor, we decided to hire Rick Craven of Nationwide Sunrooms & Contracting (also known as BlueSky Sunrooms?). Review the photo I have provided. That photo represents what Rick considers a "completed project". There is way more to this story, regarding the quality of his customer service and other things you consumers should know, but in a nutshell, this photo sums up a lot.
    - Mario L.
  • F
    Lighthouse construction services Ltd
    Horrible, fraudulent, unprofessional and theft. These guys (Dan and especially Blake) are con artists. They took our money, left with stuff we paid for and they did not do the work. They made it look like the electrical was finished in order to get the next payment, but the electrical dead ended into the ceiling. They dry-walled the showers in to make it look like plumbing was done, but there was no plumbing or drains underneath when we pulled the showers out to see why the drains weren't hooked up. We paid for green board on our new drywall throughout the 2,000 sq ft space due to it being a moisture oriented business and it was all regular, cheap drywall. They used our money to purchase supplies and stole it when they walked out on the job. We had a signed contract promising a completion date of January 22, 2018 and as of today, May 9, 2018 they owe $5,300 based on the contract of owing us $50 per day that the work isn't complete. that doesn't include the $23,000 they stole or the attorney and court fees. Blake will suck up and smile in your face and Dan will do the same. These guys don't have a "crew" they scrape for whoever they could find and these guys were the bottom of the barrel. They were never here working, but claimed they were coming in a night to work and that's why I never saw them and that the "behind" the scenes stuff is why I couldn't see what they had accomplished in the ceiling and underground. Do not hire these guys or if you got duped by them too, contact me and we'll go after them together, my lawsuit has already began. Get them on video tape and voice recordings like I did, that will help. Or, if you haven't hired them, DON'T. SCAM.
    - Lisa L.
  • F
    GATAH Design and Remodel
    Terrible! Chris is a crook. He doesn't know what he's doing and neither do his sub-contractors. The workmanship was totally substandard and we are already repairing it. He recommended against getting building permits and NONE of his work would have passed inspection. He's full of excuses and lies. DO NOT HIRE HIM! Buyer beware!
    - Pamela F.
  • A
    Revolve Construction, Inc
    Very good from the start. Wasn't the lowest bid I got but did everything including permits and there for inspections. Had good suggestions keeping in mind my budget. I really appreciated the excellent communication with Gabe, the project manager. The main guys, Bryan and Ryan, were respectful and professional. All was done in a timely manner even with 3 holidays and one weather delay. And it is well constructed. All issues that came up got prompt attention. The rooms look great inside and out! Others who have seen it are all impressed also and I highly recommend this company.
    - Dayna G.
  • A
    Paramount Remodeling Company Inc
    If professional, quality and eye for detail is what you are looking for, look no further.  Max, Levi and crew do great work and are easy to work with down to the detail.  The 3D modeling in the planning phase of the project was helpful to see our vision on paper.  Making additions to the project or addendums was therefore straight forward and a smooth process.  They have good listening skills and know how to integrate your ideas into the project.  It is exciting to see the project some to fruition and they are very good and thorough about seeing all the work to completion.  We remodeled our original family home from the 1950's and were able to create a clean, open plan with original detail work from the 1950's!
    - Audrie A.
  • A
    I needed some help with my rental house and called David. He returned my call that day and he came over right on time. He works quickly and is very proficient. All the things he does are done with care. He is a good worker and man altogether!I will use his services again for sure. ;-)
    - Don H.
  • B
    Decktec Outdoor Design, Inc.
    I thought the estimate was good for the pavers. But for the estimate for the roof, they weren't giving us the size we wanted and I thought the price was a little high. They were quite nice and they gave us a drawing for it. It just that they ended up not making the size that we wanted, they said there were design issues with the way the house was in what we wanted.
    - Randy S.
  • F
    Bluesky Sunrooms

    My experience with Bluesky Sunrooms has been essentially disastrous.  I would not be able to recommend the firm to anyone.  The story is as follows:  

    1.  Bluesky Sunrooms (BS) and I agreed a draft contract on 15 April, 2010, subject to satisfactory engineers? drawings. I paid BS $1,500 earnest money. BS immediately started trying to surreptitiously remove/ignore the inclusion of a deck extension that was in the draft. In Aug 2010, BS presented me with a contract that we had previously rejected. I changed it back to the 15 April, 2010 one, I thought. BS then brought ?the? contract to me to sign on 13 Aug, 2010.  I didn?t read it carefully enough, and a number of its clauses still differed from the 15 April, 2010 draft on which we had earlier agreed.  I unfortunately signed it. In June, 2011, I discovered that that the deck extension appeared to have been removed from the contract.  I asked BS to reinstate it, but they refused, unless I made a further substantial payment to them.  However, in May, 2012, I discovered that the deck extension actually was in the contract, and notified BS of this fact.  BS denied, in each of an exchange of seven emails over the next five weeks, that the extension was in the contract, but finally appeared to accept that it was on June 10, 2012.  It still refuses to build it, however, which is unacceptable.  It is in the contract and BS is obligated to construct it. I hope Angie?s can help here.

      By Sept, 2011, I had paid BS about $145,000 of the contract price of $165,030.  There was much more work to be done than the remaining $20,000 would cover, so I asked for a BBB mediation meeting on Nov 29, 2011.  As a result, BS and I agreed a work/payments schedule that would synchronize the remaining jobs and payments, so that the jobs would all be finished at the same time as I made the last payment from the remaining $20,000.  A couple of days later, BS tried to renege, denying we had made an agreement.  BS later did agree we had made one, but said it wished to produce a document that would be helpful to both of us.  The ?Agreement? BS presented 2.5 months later, on Feb 14, 2012, was, to my mind, inaccurate, extremely convoluted, and biased in favor of BS; and, as such, was completely unacceptable to me.  I told BS that we had a contract?written by BS, actually?and we had a BBB mediation agreement.  That was sufficient to allow us to finish the project.  BS refused to continue work unless I signed the ?Agreement?, so that it would supersede our Aug 13, 2010 contract.  BS has essentially done only minor work on the project since the BBB meeting of Nov 29, 2011, so almost nothing has been done for 6.5 months.  And they continue to state that they will do nothing unless I sign their ?Agreement?.  I have told BS that we both signed a contract on 13 Aug, 2010 and that document is binding unless we both agree to replace it with another document.  The two least expensive estimates I have to finish the work are about $65,000 and $76,000.  I have already paid BS $145,000 out of the contract price of $165,000.  If BS is not willing to finish the work according to our 13 Aug, 2010 contract, then I would ask that they send me a check for $45,000 to $56,000 to allow me to get another contractor to do the work.  There is another complication, however.  BS claims that it upgraded the electrical supply to my property from 200 amps to 400 amps.  It did not do so.  Such an upgrade could be quite expensive.  I would like BS to arrange for the upgrade that it claimed it had made.  We can get an accurate estimate of the cost later from Xcel or some other contractor.   An unfortunate implication of the work stoppage by BS is this.  When the excavation was done by BS for the sunroom/bedroom addition, a ?sluice? was inadvertently created in the 8 ft dirt passageway between the southern side of the addition and the northern side of my garage.  As a result, water and mud slide down the sluice over the retaining wall between my and my neighbor?s properties.  He has put a tarp there to try to ?catch? the mud, but it has been only marginally successful.  Consequently, he cannot use that area and it is very unsightly.  This has gone on for about a year now, so recently the chief inspector of the City of Westminster?s Building Division told me that he will not pass the final rough inspection of the property until Bluesky rectifies that situation.  I forwarded to the president of BS an email to this effect from one of the chief inspector?s colleagues.  I also mentioned to the president that our contract requires BS to build a pathway down to my backyard.  It will go through the sluice passageway, so BS is obligated to deal with this issue.  When I told BS?s president this and how much it was inconveniencing my neighbor, he replied, ?Not concerned with your neighbors.?  I find such callousness to be especially objectionable.

    I hope Angie?s can help here (1) in inducing BS to complete, on a timely basis, all of the work it is already contracted to carry out and (2) in convincing BS that it cannot unilaterally change the contract that exists between it and myself anymore than I can unilaterally change it.  Contracts are meant to be binding documents. Otherwise there is no point in writing and signing them.

      On August 29, 2011, BS sent me a demand for $7,463 for the ?Completion of rough framing inspection.?  On Sep 2, 2011, I sent them a check for $6,901.50.  (The discrepancy of $561.50 is unimportant here.)  Much later, in Apr, 2012, Westminster Building Division informed me that BS?s rough framing had failed the inspection. I took legal advice and was told that BS?s action was fraud, a criminal offence.  BS obtained the $6,901.50 under false pretenses!  On Apr 10, 2012 I wrote to BS?s president and asked him to return my $6,901.50.  He replied on Apr 15, 2012 and said, ?sorry ed. There will be no back payments made to you for anything so far??

    I would appreciate Angie?s assistance in obtaining the return of the $6,901.50 that I was fraudulently charged by BS.

      In March, 2011 BS arranged for the excavation for the sunroom/bedroom addition to take place.  The electrical cable to my property went directly through the area where the digging was to be done, so BS had the meter and connecting cable moved so the excavation could take place.  When Xcel learned of this, its personnel were quite annoyed and, I understand, almost fined BS.  In the end Xcel and Westminster?s Building Division instructed BS (a) to move the meter to the west side of my new bedroom and (b) to run a new cable from Xcel?s boundary electrical cabinet through the meter, then internally around my bedroom, then through its south wall, across to and through the north wall of my garage, and (c) from there to the existing circuit-breaker panel in that building.  It would have been obvious from the beginning to any half-competent builder that this work would have to be done, and it all would have to be done through the area where the excavation took place. In that case, this should not have been an ?unforeseen event structural or subsoil condition that could impact on the work to be performed hereunder,? as the contract required if I were to be asked to pay for the work.  BS claimed that it was unforeseen and wanted me to pay. On Aug 29, 2011, I was billed for an amount of $3,050.  Eventually, under duress, I paid $2,500.  Among other things, I was trying to get BS to start work again.  In addition to wrongfully charging me for the cable moving, BS got their facts badly wrong.  Their president repeatedly told me that the electrical supply had been increased from 200 amps to 400 amps, that a new panel had been provided, and that a new meter had been installed.  None of that was correct, but the man kept repeating that that was what BS had done. The job they did would normally cost much less than an upgrade to 400 amps would cost.

    So, for two reasons, I would ask BS to return my $2,500.  First, the requirement to move the electrical cable and perhaps the meter would have been foreseen by any half-competent contractor.  Second, BS did not do what they claimed they did.  They moved items, but did not upgrade the supply from 200 amps to 400 amps, nor put in a new meter, nor supply a new panel.

    Lastly, if it really is advisable to have the electrical supply upgraded from 200 amps to 400 amps, I would ask BS to have that done?at their expense.  Again, any good electrician could easily calculate whether the supply should be increased to 400 amps, so it should be their responsibility to pay if the upgrade is necessary and they arranged no prior calculation.

    I hope Angie?s can convince BS that the ethical thing to do would be for it to return my $2,500 and to ascertain whether good electrical practice would imply that the electrical supply should be upgraded from 200 amps to 400 amps. If it does, then I would suggest that BS pay for the upgrade as an item that should have been foreseen by it.

      After the excavation in March, 2011, BS had a plumber come in and install preliminary plumbing in the addition and connect it to the plumbing in my house.  He needed to pull the carpet up, break up the concrete floor, and remove the toilet pan of a bathroom just on the other side of the wall separating the house and the addition.  No remedial work was done for some time.  After a couple of complaints by me, BS sent a man to renew the concrete, but nothing else was done.  I complained a number of times, but nothing transpired.  It has now been fifteen months since the bathroom was disturbed and made unusable.  The carpet was rumpled up by the plumber and we finally had to throw it away.

    I would ask Angie?s to induce BS to reinstate the bathroom that their plumber damaged in March, 2011.  Among other things, a new floor covering will be necessary.  I would suggest tile this time.
    - Edward K.
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