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Recent Structural Engineering Reviews in Branford

  • A
    Robert Pryor, P.E., L.S., LEED
    Robert was great. I had a unique issue that required the Town building department and a local utility to ensure a common wall between two buildings in one property was properly fireproofed. Both groups unfortunately would not be able to confirm this without a third party that can certify that the walls were appropriately fireproofed. Robert responded within one day of my request and provided the necessary inspection and documentation to keep the project moving. Would definitely hire again for any structural needs.
    - George P.
  • A
    RESIDENTIAL ENGINEERING SERVICES, LLC
    While I did not hire Bill to do the inspection, he is among the few individuals in the field who was able to explain the problem and address a question I had about further inspection possibilities. During our conversation over the reliability of concrete core tests, Bill drew from his extensive experience and was able to explain it all to me with clarity and in ways that demonstrated that he has the consumer's interest at heart. Were I to have another house inspected, Bill would be the first person on my list of inspectors. Also, I should add, he was generous with his time even though I did not hire him. He responded to my emails promptly and returned my calls despite his busy schedule.
    - Luna N.
  • A
    Woodford Bros Inc
    This company was great - we called because we were concerned about structural issues with our home after Irene. They were completely up front, told us they didnt see any problems after touring the property for over an hour. They arrived at the appointed time, not a minute late, were polite and professional and even after they knew there were no issues, still took the time to review what might be the problem with our basement.
    - Lori K.
  • A
    Silver Creek Engineering Inc
    I TALKED TO STEVE KESSINGER WHO WAS HONEST ENOUGH TO TELL ME THAT I DIDN'T NEED TO START WITH A STRUCTURAL ENGINEER. HE TOOK A LOT OF TIME TO EXPLAIN THINGS TO ME. HE WAS THE FIRST STRUCTURAL ENGINEER I TALKED WITH WHO GAVE ME SOME GOOD ADVICE IN WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A CONTRACTOR FOR MY NEEDS.
    - PATRICIA H.
  • A
    Civil Strategies LLC
    The project hit various snags, some predictable--involving delays with the town and the contractor--and some not (failure of contractors to submit bids or to respond when called), but Rocco was unfailingly helpful, informative, friendly, and professional, guiding me through a wilderness of permits, contracts, and easements so that I would retain control of the project at its various stages. Rocco was involved with this project over a period of years, and so the amount paid in the end wound up higher than the initial (obsolete) estimate.
    - Marcia B.
  • A
    HUGH MULLAN ASSOCIATES
    When looking for a home inspector I was looking for a licensed professional engineer who was also competent in structural inspections. Hugh Mullan is a Connecticut Licensed Professional engineer who did the inspections I listed. He was extremely thorough and the initial inspection lasted 3.5 hours. When he returned to pick up the radon sample, he did some repeat HVAC testing to ensure that his report was accurate. I highly recommend his radon testing. It is roughly a 48 hour test that records the radon concentration every hour. His inspection ensured that we were getting a structurally sound house but we also received $1500 from the sellers at closing to pay for some minor fixes.
    - JIM J.
  • B
    Landtech
    Payment plan was not realistic, contract was changed several times and under different provider names.
    - Joseph D.
  • F
    RESIDENTIAL ENGINEERING SERVICES, LLC
    We used Bill Neal and Residential Engineering Services, LLC for our home inspections on our new home. Their inspection report contains numerous errors and omissions. This resulted in thousands of dollars of expenses post-sale that should have been identified and potentially covered in whole or partially by the sellers. In addition, they failed to perform a required inspection and it had to be redone at the last minute to avoid our sale being cancelled. This was an inconvenience to the homeowner and added undue stress to the whole process. If you are looking for a home inspector, I suggest looking elsewhere.
    - MARK A.
  • F
    RESIDENTIAL ENGINEERING SERVICES, LLC
    I regret going with residential engineering. After owning the house less than a year, the roof leaked and we are now faced with having a new roof put on. All of the roofers we have had over to look at it said that it's a very cheap 3 tab shingle roof and that we're lucky to have gotten 19 years out of it. I went back over the inspection report and they didn't even go up on the roof. They visually inspected it with binoculars according to the report and notated that it was too steep. I've seen no less than 5 guys go up on the roof. It's not too steep! I realize that roofs aren't the most straightforward thing to inspect, but everybody i've talked to said 3 tab shingles are not good. I would think a home inspector would be familiar with different grades of shingles. I also noticed in the report that they did not go into the attic and inspect because there is no walkway and is blown in insulation. I just don't see how an inspector can totally skip over one of the most important pieces of a house. I wish i had used angies list when we had the home inspected. I feel like i could have found somebody else that would have done a better job. 
    - Joshua C.
  • F
    RICHARDSON ENGINEERING
    Engineer's knowledgability was questionnable. Exhibited low level of professionalism in dress, language, perception of problem. Initial report was unsigned, incomplete, poorly worded email. Final report lacked professionalim and any real identification of problems or solutions. Another opinion was required.
    - Timothy M.
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