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  • A
    Creative Viewpoints LLC
    They showed up on time and had the project completed within a week. They did a great job, used excellent craftsmanship and did things correctly. The owner seems knowledgable in many areas of home improvement, and we will use them again in the future! No surprises, he was right on the bid price.
    - Teresa W.
  • A
    Daryl Rockey came to do several projects for me. He was very reliable, flexible, always comes in under budget, and always makes sure his customers are happy. He allows me to use my own supplies as desired, but will supply materials if I need him to.
    - David J.
  • F
    Hired to install windows and assist in remodeling two bathrooms by tearing out bathtubs and inserting new ones. After agreeing to have him do the work he requested money up front so he could order the windows. I gave him the money and he said the windows would be in within two weeks. Then, after MUCH delay, and many excuses for why he couldn't come as scheduled, the day he finally showed up to start work on the remodeling of bathrooms he disappeared and left his workers stranded here. His workers said he had a "family emergency" and they would be back the next day to finish the work. They never came back, never called, Matt Elsberry never answered his phone. I hired a lawyer to attempted to get my money back or my windows, but after being released from Jail, Matt Elsberry was no where to be found. I am now out the money and am stuck with rotting windows. DO NOT HIRE HIM! I am not alone in his recent scams!!
    - Kristen M.
  • F
    Jarnagin Construction & Handyman Service
    I took a few bids for a new garage in which I requested to have the garage siding to be concrete board (hardie plank). The first few contractors I spoke with stated they did not work with concrete board and only did vinyl siding. Jarnagin Construction (Sean Jarnagin) was the first contractor I found that was willing to use concrete board for the siding. His price came in much higher than other contractors and I originally had thought that was because of the siding I was requesting to have used. Later I would realize it was just a really high price for the quality of work I received. Sean did not write up a formal contract for me (mistake number 1 on my part) and came up with a payment schedule with 50% up front before even starting work (mistake number 2 on my part). ***A note of advice, always have a contractor write up a detailed contract with a completion date and never pay a contractor up front, they should be able to complete some percentage of work before needing a first payment.*** Sean stated that he could have his crew finish the project fairly quickly. The first day we found out his "crew" consisted of one young kid, hardly a crew by my terms. The project began in May and in the beginning seemed to be moving at an acceptable pace. While construction was going on I regularly inspected the garage and pointed out aspects that I felt needed to be fixed which should not have been the case with a professional. While construction was in progress I learned of tax abatements on new construction which required passing all city inspections. I relayed this information that I wanted city inspections completed once the garage was finished. Sean kept trying to convince me that I did not need city inspections because a city inspector had told him I didn't have anything special being built in or on the garage and it would be fine without them. I demanded to have inspections done once the garage was complete, so Sean reluctantly scheduled for the inspection to happen. When I got home from work there was a report left behind from the city inspector stating that the garage had FAILED inspection. I quickly called Sean to let him know and his respone was, "I kind of figured it would fail." I really had to restrain myself from getting irate with his response. Come to find out Sean IS NOT A LICENSED ELECTRIAN and had never pulled a permit to do electrical work which ended up being one of 4 reasons the garage failed. From this point forward it became very difficult to get ahold of Sean and he kept suggesting he would hire an electrician to fix his mistake, then cover the walls with plywood to get the garage to pass inspection, and finally once the inspection was passed he would take it down and use it on another job so he didn't lose money. Finally, after over a month of not showing up he finally came to fix his mistakes in mid-August (remember this project started in May). I had to end up hiring a licensed electrician to do the electrical work how it should have been done in the first place and put all the wiring in conduit. After everything that had gone on I was ready to get him his final check and get him out of my life. When he came to pick up his final check he tried to make me feel sorry for him stating that he was being sued by the city for doing the electrical work without being licensed. Not sure I believed a word of it after all the lies I was told. In the end, WATCH OUT for this guy, he will try to make you feel like his best friend up front and while things are going well, but if there are any problems that come up then good luck getting ahold of him.
    - Christopher B.
  • F
    I have pictures of him loading the shingles onto his truck. He never did come back for a walk through, had many mistakes. We are still battling with roof leaks. There is a ridge that was supposed to have a vent, doesn't have one. We've had to have people finish up the railing. Multiple leaks, drainage wasn't done correct and has taken on water. He didn't finish up closet areas or drywalling and we had to do some of this. He wasn't there, didn't finish things or do them how they were supposed to be. Flashing wasn't done right. They put holes in the chimney, which a contractor has told us is causing leaks. It's a mess! I've spent about 1/3 of the cost to build the house correcting his mistakes. The good part is that the plumber and electric gentleman have came back to correct issues. Someone else didn't come back because they told us they didn't get paid for the work. We've written him a bunch of letters. It ended up costing more than originally estimated, too.
    - NANCY W.
  • A
    Homes By Brill LLC
    It went great!
    - Ed S.
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