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Home Builder reviews in Fayetteville

  • F
    BDB Top Quality Construction
    Be cautious with this company. They quoted us one price to get the sale, a contract was signed for a completed structure within a proposed budget. Once the project started and their quoted price was depleted, they quoted double to finish the project. They packed up and left the moment they were told there was no more money and we were left with a structure that was about 25% completed. Bad business.. Very little information out there about this company and I can't imagine this happening to anyone else.
    - Yolanda H.
  • F
    J L Rios Masonry Inc
    Mr. Rios's masonry company was subcontracted by our builder to do the stone and masonry work on our home. I had extensive conversations with Mr. Rios prior to and during construction concerning water intrusion issues and the methods he used to mitigate that threat. I have now discovered that the top of the entire front wall of our front porch and much of the roof decking behind it has rotted due to improper preparation/installation of the subterranean flashing below and between layers of the stonework. This has required the complete removal of the existing stonework and replacement of the underlying wooden substructure. The first hole was discovered in our attic ceiling approximately two months ago. Examination by a roofer indicated that the external flashing around the stonework was sealed, but that the water intrusion appeared to be entering "through" the stonework. I requested that Mr. Rios investigate and give me a repair quote. He advised that he would, but I have not heard from him since. Subsequent repairs from a different masonry company have revealed that the initial stonework installation was left improperly protected from water intrusion, leading to the rotting of the wooden substructure. After advising Mr. Rios of the findings, he disavows any responsibility for the preparation/installation of the proper water mitigation strategies to prevent the exact type problem which we are now addressing. Pointing fingers of blame in every direction but his crew, he blames the roofer, builder, etc. Notably, the roofer's external flashing was sealed. I would agree the builder was deficient in trusting Mr. Rios's crew to professionally know the requirements for their work and ensure they were completed. As professional stonemasons, either they should have properly prepared the underlayment for their stonework, or if they felt that part was not their responsibility, they should have brought it to the builder's attention to ensure that it was done prior to their work. No such concern was voiced.
    - George R.
  • C
    Sims Contracting Inc
    First, I should've gone with my gut instinct when Sims required 50% of cost up-front, before any work was done at all. We made it 30% but was basically hounded for the other 20% about two days after the work began. There was an area of the rotted floor that was not replaced until I went in the crawlspace and pointed it out. At one point, a worker wanted me to pay before the job was finished and became confrontational about it. I had to leave...and it was my place! All along the way I was told how much "free" stuff I was getting so at the end of the job they wanted more money for the "free" stuff.  When they replaced the kitchen countertop they measured it right but the way it was constructed underneath did not fit the existing cabinet. This mistake they tried to make me pay for. And when I say tried- they were extremely rude about it.
    August 2012- Two tiles broke off on kitchen floor where the cement underlayment was left off. When I looked into it further the underlayment had been cut about 3-4" short of the end of several tiles in the water closet. Contacted Sims about the problem. Initially told that they weren't responsible for cheap tile and that I would need to purchase tile and grout and they would come out and fix it.
    I explained it wasn't cheap tile and that one of the tiles had broke just from being stepped on. I didn't think I should have to buy the tile and grout since it broke due to installation error. The owner mentioned arbitration so I sent complaint to BBB. Turns out there had been leftover tile and they purchased some grout and fixed problem.
    - Mary O.
  • A
    GREG LOVE HOMES, INC
    We were quite happy with the entire project and would certainly use Greg again. There really weren't any negatives. Positives included: He was the lowest of two bidders from whom we solicited prices. He accepted our written scope of work as the basis for the contract. He was very attentive to listen to what we actually wanted, including my wife. He made helpful, professional suggestions but did not insist on doing things his way. He kept us informed and was available via phone and email during the project. He was careful to consider and minimize dust and damage to adjacent areas. He adapted in mid-project to several small changes without requiring a change in price. He completed all work ON TIME and at the stated total price while fulfilling all items in my rather lengthy written scope of work. He was patient with our suggestions and courteous to me and my wife.
    Greg subcontracted the electrical work to another firm that he recommended, and they did an excellent job and actually exceeded their original scope of work at no additional cost.
    We have not subcontracted work of this type before, but can certainly see that it helped to have a detailed, written scope of work contract negotiated, understood, and signed before the start of work.
    We were very happy with Greg Love and would use him again.
    - David C.
  • A
    Southern Specialty Contractor LLC
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    - Ron M.
  • A
    BOB ADAMS HOMES
    Details were provided in another of Bob Adams' sites on Angies List, but if you are looking for quality workmanship and A+ service, look no further!
    - Jan T.
  • A
    BOB ADAMS HOMES
    unknown
    - Jan T.
  • A
    Ken's Repair
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    - William G.
  • A
    Kyle Mapp Construction Custom Tile & Stone
    Kyle does excellent work. He is professional. He's not going to be the lowest bid, but the work is good.
    - Traci B.
  • A
    Kincaid Development Inc
    Workers were on time, courteous, and neat. Contractor was on the job much of the time. Price was reasonable. We couldn't be happier with the finish product.
    - TODD T.
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