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  • F
    LAR Construction Inc
    Alejandro Rodriquez always seemed a little confrontational and a bit haphazard, but I discussed my project with his stair installer who helped me put together my material list and seemed credible. The day of my scheduled installation two of his workers showed up (an hour late). They spoke very little English, but said they were there to install my stair railing. The stair installer was not with them. I called Alejandro who said he didn't know where his installer was, but would get back to me. His two workers them talked to Alejandro separately and drove off. I called Alejandro an hour later and he said he couldn't get a hold of his installer, but would call me back. I never heard another word. I called him and left messages, texted him and sent emails. I never heard anything back. I don't know if he planned to have his two general laborers try to install the stairway or if he truly had an issue with his stair installer. All I know for sure is that he was very unprofessional, not communicative, and the most untrustworthy contractor I encountered in my total remodel project. I now have a pallet of stair parts and no installer. Stay as far away from this company and Alejandro as you can.
    - Patrick S.
  • A
    All County Contractors Inc
    As to be expected with a project of this magnitude, there were challenges along the way and All County was consistently quick to respond and resolve any issue that arose.  We are thrilled with our totally renovated home! 
    - Linda B.
  • F

    The project was to renovate an existing house & add a master bedroom suite.

    Work began in February 2015 and Vitcar Consulting the general contractor, estimated it would take about 6 months to finish. Each month Vitcar would send a bill for the work done the previous month & we would pay it within days. We spend summers in Dubuque, Iowa leaving mid-May & returning mid-October. Upon our return in Mid-October we moved into our house with over 50 unfinished items. Vitcar submitted a final bill showing all work finished. I offered to pay the final bill when all the work was actually finished not before.

    When little progress was being made on finishing the work I offered a settlement on November 15th, 2015, to resolve all our monetary claims made against each other:

    $40,000 to complete work according to blueprints. $20,000 upon signing and $20,000 upon completion.

    Part of the agreement was the list of unfinished items as well as intent to have finished home compared to blueprint, per Architect.  Vitcar said $40,000 was not enough and asked for $50,000 & I agreed. Mr & Mrs Polera & I signed the agreement. I wrote a check for $30,000 with $20,000 due upon completion & walk through by Architect.

    By mid February 90% of the listed work had still not been done.  It is now Mid-May, 6 months after our settlement agreement was signed, and there is still unfinished work to be done, the most serious being raised floor tile in kitchen & master bath, a damaged section of the driveway, A tub filler that bangs when turned off, A 90 second wait for hot water from the faucet, Double closet doors have hole drilled for handles but no handles, Defective Bidet replaced but not installed. 

    In addition to the unfinished work, the workmanship was bad.  The ceiling of the outdoor back porch and the entry had to be re-stuccoed and repainted.  The ceilings had mismatched paint.  The interior doors had to be refinished.  The cabinets had plastic instead of glass until December.  The floors were covered with paint and stain and needed to be acid washed, not completed for 6 months.  There were no screens on the windows or doors for several months.  Doors were mixed up and placed in the wrong rooms.  Toilets were placed in the wrong bathrooms. 

    Also the plan called for a central vacuum system, security system, & telephone jacks.  All never installed.

    Vitcar stated that all subs have been paid, so we do not understand why they haven���t finished  the work.  A 6 month project has become a 16 �� month project with work still to be done.  I would have guessed that Vitcar would have somebody come to the house once a week or two or three times a month to check on progress by subs. Vitcar Consulting has not come to the house to view the unfinished work since November 2015.  We have contacted Vitcar on numerous occasions to ask that the work be completed. 

    - anthony p.
  • F
    Uzcruz Contracting Group
    The first 4 days went well then we heard nothing from him after those days. They were never on time they were suppose to start at 9am sometimes they would not show up until after 11am. They gave no notice about if they would be late or if something came up. We were given a time line for the work to be a total of 2 weeks although I figured it would be more like 3 weeks. Per the contract I was to pay them half up front and the other half later. Once the third week came the owner asked me for more money to pay the workers. I gave him 1,500. During week 4 after giving him money I heard nothing and no one came by for that whole week. Week five he came back they worked a little that week and then he ask for more money in a text. I told him no more until they finish like in the contract. I explained they would have been finished had they been here on time and showed up like they scheduled. He basically told me they couldn't do any work without more money so we fired them and told them to get their things. I let him know what time we would leave for work in case they wanted to talk to us. He let us know he would be to our house at 6am, and of course he never showed. We let him know we were putting his tools on the front porch and that we had to leave for work. One of his workers showed up right when we were leaving for work and we left for work. Needless to say he sent nasty texts to me and threatened me that his workers would do something to us if I didn't pay them their money. I let him know that I would tell them that they would need to talk to him because I payed him over 4 thousand, and they would need to ask him what he did with the money. More texts were sent and later that night I posted a review on google and he text me and threatened me and told me he would be over the next day. I let the cops know and filed a report with them. They explained that companies like this give you a low price and then try to get more money out of you. The cops said I have nothing to be worried about and they were right he did not come back and I heard nothing from him since. I don't know what he did with the money I payed him since we payed for the supplies and of course that was not included in the cost of his service.
    - david t.
  • C
    During our home inspection it was discovered Landmark had not installed insulation over half the home. The previous owners talked to landmark and they DID agree to rectify this.We also found that there were two cold water lines run to the wet bar. We are still working with our real estate agent to fix this by installing a hot water heater under the sink......however we are limited to low amperage because power under the sink is 120v and15 amps. We also found that the foyer lights did not operate from the top of the stairs, creating a hazard. An electrician found the wiring was done wrong and he repaired. A front gutter was constantly overflowing and a gutter service company found the downspout was installed wrong, blocking almost all flow. The gutter had been functioning wrong for 8 years. We also had to hire a company to fix leaks in the roof , mainly around nails which were not sealed properly. Most recently I contacted the builder regarding broken hardware on our front door. The hardware is unique and our contractor could not identify. I contacted landmark and they were unable to help. We expected issues with an 8 year old home, but not related to shoddy construction.
    - Lawrence G.
  • A
    Bailey's Home Services Inc
    Did a wonderful job. The product was all I had wanted, and they had promised. They
    left with no mess or anything for me to do. They were very professional
    in every way. The price was based on the highest-grade windows available.
    - Dorothy K.
  • A
    GL Homes
    Built a quality product.
    Went far beyond the promised warranty.
    Never questioned reason for repair during warranty period.
    Provided reliable, pleasant and effective performance.
    - Natalie S.
  • F
    Remodeling & Additions Inc
    • Remodeling and Additions was hired, without my knowledge, as a subcontractor by an unlicensed individual to install hurricane impact windows and sliding glass doors.
    • To this day the county cannot explain how Remodeling and Additions pulled a permit to do the work when there was no contract, implied or othewise, with Remodeling & Additions, Inc. to do the work.
    • Had five attempts to pass county inspection. Some windows leak, some are too small for the building openings, some were hand cut to fit the building openings, some just plan ole don't open. Permit remains open and inactive. Owner of Remodeling and Addiitons actually went for installation lession and still failed county inspection.
    • Check the (Florida) Department of Business and Professional Regulation website for State sanctions against this company and individual owner.
    • Check the Palm Beach County Planning & Zoning website to see how many inactive permits are associted with this company and or the individual owner.
    • Complaint was filed with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation in 2011.  Attended the meeting of the Department of Business and Professional Regulation in August 2013 where they decided to fine the contractor $10,000. A final order is pending.  Once I receive the final written order I will update this review.
      • Final Order issued on November 26, 2013 by the Construction Industry Licensing Board.  Guy L. Wingo, fined a total of $10,362.20. Has 30 days to pay or have his license suspended.  Check the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation Website to see if he is still properly licensed. 
    • Per the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation, Guy L. Wingo's License has been suspended as of April 1, 2014.
    - John M.
  • A
    Puzzitiello Builders LLC
    This is a great contracting company who are friendly and who do their job well. They always came on time and worked all throughout the day. Ray has a great eye to detail. He also has a list of sub-contractors who work with him. Ray handled everything and pre-selected the contractors as he took the time to describe to me his actions and as to why he was picking who he picked. He made sure that everyone had licensed permits. I wish I could give him an A+ for his honestly and integrity. I was also very pleased that after the job was done he would always do a followup to make sure everything was still solid and in tact. I would recommend Puzzitiello Builders to anyone who have higher end homes.
    - Elise Y.
  • A
    Tanco Construction Co Inc
    I contacted them by phone and they responded quickly. The two brothers in charge, Harry and Joel Tanen were very friendly, professional in every aspect and very knowledgeble and competent. They responded very quickly and had the job completed at my satisfaction in a very short period of time. I highly reccomend them for any building, remodeling or fixing job in house or commercial building..
    - Arthur R.
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