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  • F
    The painters were average, at best. Had several do overs. The tile work was ok. However the vinyl flooring work was not good. They did not leave room for expansion. The owner, Craig Mingle, refused to honor his warranty without even seeing the issue. This is not the first time I has a dispute with him. He tried to charge me for damage done by his crew during the install of the floor.
    - frank b.
  • F
    Octillion design + build Inc
    Michael Hettrich, owner of Octillion Design, represents himself as a licensed building contractor in Florida. He is not. Hettrich stole $58,000 from us under the guise of performing remodeling services for us to a home that has been in my family since 1959. It was a home we chose to use for downsizing because our children are grown. Hettrich was introduced to us by our licensed architect, Jason B. Taylor. Hettrich walked the property with us in January 2017. He spoke eloquently about what needed to be done to the home due to its age and the wheelchair accessibility needs for Joe who uses a power wheelchair due to SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy). On February 7, we signed the "contract." The contract was full of blanks and Hettrich said he would fill in the blanks and give us a copy. He never did. At that meeting he also asked for a down payment of $27,000 that was "not to be confused with a construction draw." Twenty days later, they started demolishing the kitchen. Many times the project stood still for days or weeks. We called, texted, emailed about the slowness of the project but Hettrich always had a reason why they weren't working. When they started working again in late March, they tore off eaves and some of the roof where the new bedroom was to be added. This exposed the house to the elements and rain came in. On April 13, Hettrich asked for $15,000, "the first draw." He said it was to order lumber and steel to move our project forward. We never saw any order forms, invoices, or materials delivered to the job site. On June 2, we paid him $10,000 for the "second draw." He also asked for "reimbursement" of the permit fee of $1513. We paid the second draw for "concrete because we are going to be digging the footers." He had Mr. Dominguez dig the footers. They were not to code and we failed the first inspection of June 6. Thus far, we have been contacted by two subcontractors who were not paid by Hettrich. We have paid them $5,000. After many excuses and so much money being paid with no progress, we called the county building department who said that Hettrich had fraudulently used another contractor's number. We spoke with the county's building department fraud investigator, the Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office, the Consumer Protection Agency, and hired an attorney for a civil lawsuit. They offer no hope that any of our money can be returned or that Hettrich will go to jail or that he can be prevented from doing this to other unsuspecting people. An investigator found that he has recently done the same thing to a resident of Bradenton, FL. Hettrich had many lawsuits in Chicago caused by the same illegal practices. He claimed bankruptcy and owes the IRS a lot of money. He lives in a mansion with expensive cars that are all leased. He has no property. You will not be able to recover money from this thief or his wife, Laura, who is his partner in crime. 9/25/17 As an update, Hettrich did not respond to the subpoena that was issued to him by the Consumer Protection Agency, therefore ramping the investigation to a higher level.........
    - Susan M.
  • A
    KAIN Contracting
    I hired Kain Contracting in July 2015 to remodel the second floor of our home by adding a loft for our kids to hang out in. I discussed the ideas we had with one of Kain's employee Daniel C and the finished product was exactly what we were looking for. I could not of been more satisfied with the quality, time and devotion that Daniel had put into the project.
    I highly recommend Kain Contracting.
    - Brian R.
  • F
    Baw Construction LLC
    We hired Bruce Womack aka BAW construction LLC with contractor Lic # CGC1519903 to be our general contractor for the renovation of our fixer upper property.   We signed the contract on Nov 11, 2014 in the amount of $16,692. During the initial period of his proposal and estimate giving, he would show up always on time.   The problem started after signing the contract and receiving $6,817 in initial deposit.  Mr. Womack would not return phone calls or not show up to  start workas promised.   He would give excuses.  At first, we gave him the benefit of the doubt. As time goes, it became worse.  We were on the
    verge of filing a complaint but around middle of December, he started the communication process and so started on working on the project.  Still he would state the project will be done on this date (e.g. by the end of 2014, then became 1st week of January, etc.)  but fail to live up to the promise. 
    In addition, our contract price also have escalated to approx $24,100.  He would point out things needed to be done or upgraded, and again, we agreed to the escalated price believing his words and expertise. 
    Mr Womack would get draws during Middle of December until the 3rd week of January because he would be working on the project.  
    On January 27, he submitted a request to draw $4,193.  At this point, his overall draw is equivalent to approx 83.3% of the project, but his work is approx 67%.  We did not want to give in to his request until he gets things done to the percentage, but he insisted stating he needs it to buy materials.  He promised that the project will be completed in a week's time (January 31, 2015)  
    However, since encashing the check on Jan 28, we did not hear back from Mr. Womack of BAW Construction LLC.  We
    tried to reach him but phone calls, emails and text messages were not returned.   
    We regretted our decision of hiring this person because of tardiness of work, constant broken promises, unexcused no shows at work site (unprofessionalism), and no responses to our communication effort.

    - Nataliya S.
  • D
    They are doing a great job with repairs, with repairs they are doing it right but they are not always done right the first time.  The kitchen cabinets had been going on for 2 months now. The builder, they subcontract to have installers who purchase to manufacturers.  There are 3 different parties involved and they went through whole round of finger pointing and that’s why it’s been taking too much time.  But I just got word yesterday; basically all brand new everything had been ordered and will be in within the next week or two.  The other issues, they have mostly come right, yes that is not right, we’ll fix it and it’s been done within a week or 2.  They are very responsive in getting it done quickly.  We had some sort of construction person in the house every single day doing something.  They are trying to keep whatever construction debris or mess.
    - Chris M.
  • A
    Lubke Construction LLC
    From my first business meeting with Lubke Construction I recognized that he retained a very professional and organized manner. The lump sum contract price was reasonable and well defined and I had no problem agreeing to a schedule and cash flow forecast for milestone payments.The interfacing with Hillsborough County was a difficult exercise but Chad had plenty of patience and good engineering back up to ensure that all the planning and building permissions were in place before commencing the work. The progressive approval process with the County went smoothly and this ensured a timely delivery and full occupation permit approval when the house build was complete in November 2009.My wife and I would fully recommend Lubke Construction as a first class, professional construction company to any future client. We would be happy to provide photographs of the finished house project upon request.

    - Stephen W.
  • A
    Gulf 2 Bay Roofing
    We bought a house that was in poor condition and needed extensive remodeling and redesign.  There was no master bath and a lot of wasted space on the 2nd floor.  We had the floor plan redesigned and basically demolished the 2nd floor and started over.  We hired Frank Furman to do all this work except for the trim, cabinets, etc (we're doing the finish work ourselves).  He does an excellent job and is very picky with his subcontractors' work.  Frank makes them do their job like it's supposed to be done.  Our house is turning out to be even more beautiful than I imagined. 

    Gulf 2 Bay isn't the cheapest, but we didn't want a cheap house.  This is probably the last home we'll have.

    The only complaint I can think of would be that Frank isn't always on time for meetings, but that was tolerable considering he's out on jobsites like a contractor is supposed to be.
    - Bonnie W.
  • A
    MBC Construction Services
    The owner inspected my roof within two days of my request, and provided a quote via email. I selected this company based on the materials they offered, and the fact that they also had good marks from the Better Business Bureau. The workers were punctual, and worked long hours to get my roof completed within four days. The end result looks great. They cleaned up the yard, and had the dumpster removed right after the roof was completed. They have offered to return once a year, to re-seal the vents and perform an inspection - this will cost 75.00 per year. I would use this company again.
    - Keith F.
  • A
    Gulf 2 Bay Roofing
    Furman Construction isn't out of business, they have added a roofing license and they're now called "Gulf 2 Bay". The phone number is 813-714-0779 We are currently still working on this project, but we've known Frank for a couple of years now since we have done work for him also. Our current project is very extensive requiring us to bring everything up to code and Frank gave us a very good price. He has guided us to other reputable contractors such as electrical and concrete when we needed it without charging us his fee on top of theirs. He has been very helpful and professional and his knowledge is extensive. He also tries to save us money when he can.
    - Bonnie W.
  • A
    Alpha Omega Title
    - Sachin C.
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