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  • A
    J & J Construction
    No dont's. This is far and away the. Best experience I have ever had with a contractor. TThe whole crew was efficient and. Professional. We are going to have them do some more work this year. Highly recommend!!!
    - Mike S.
  • A
    J & J Construction
    Jerry was amazing.  There was a bit of a wait until he could get to our project, but once he did, he did a terrific job.  He worked well with my elderly parents, and listened to their concerns, and wants.  He was extremely knowledgeable and experienced in every facet of the work he did.  He was very conscientious about doing quality work, and he made sure that the repairs would last and that they were up to code.  I love the way it all turned out and I would recommend him to anyone, without reservation.
    - Chris C.
  • A
    J & J Construction
    We initially contacted Jerry Stuart of J & J Construction for help with removal of our 3 tree stumps.  In getting an estimate for that we found out the he did many other types of work.  We asked him for an estimate for replacing our patio door (form the house), fixing our cracking patio and an RV pad.  In walking around, Jerry pointed out that our roof line was sagging due to an improperly installed post and discussed with us what we could do to fix it. 
    Needless to say our initial bid for removal of tree stumps soon blossomed into a full blown project.  Jerry was very good about discussing our options and very flexible in accommodating our needs.  Together we came up with a plan and work began the next day!!  Work began on October 20, 2012 and despite weather delays and additional work we added, we were completed by November 13, 2012. 
    Jerry and his team are extremely hard workers and have an incredible attention to detail.   The work that they completed for us is even better than I could have imagined.  It was fun working with them in coming up with ideas on some of the finish work. 
    I really appreciate have a crew that is on time, works a full day and works on Saturdays to get things done.  And did I mention their work is awesome!!
    - ROXANE R.
  • F
    Chamberlain Concrete Inc
    Their first job was to pour the basement slab in my new home.   First, I live in an area that is known to have high levels of radon gas, so I put down a 6 mil plastic vapor barrier on top of the base course of gravel.  Chamberlain Concrete then added rebar, tied it together and supported it with rebar chairs  (supports).  The rebar chairs were inappropriate for the application and had narrow feet, that when the crew stepped on them, punctured holes in the vapor barrier, everywhere.  (There are rebar chairs available locally that clamp on the rebar and have about a 2" round disc that supports it on the ground. ) I then came in behind them, myself, and repaired all of the MANY holes in the vapor barrier with Duct tape.  
    On the day of the pour, I asked the crew to not step on the rebar, as it caused the rebar chairs to puncture holes in the vapor barrier.  They acknowledged my request and proceeded to step on every single piece of rebar they came across.  Not only pushing the rebar to the bottom of the slab, but also puncturing holes in the vapor barrier.  Awesome.  On the first test, my radon level was 200  times the EPA recommended level.  Now that's professionalism. 
    About 6 weeks later, it was time to pour the floor of my garage.  They were scheduled to pour on a Wednesday, and I traveled into town on Tuesday night to be present for the pour.  When I landed and turned on my phone, I got a voice mail saying they had to cancel and reschedule for Friday.   I was unable to stay for Friday as I had to be at work, 300 miles away.  
    The description I then got of the day of the pour came from my framing contractor.  He relayed that all of the concrete was delivered at once, for what is a 2,000 sq ft garage floor.  (4 car garage + a mud room).  Some of the concrete sat for a couple hours in a heap while they worked concrete in other areas of the garage.  When it was all done, I had large cracks and heaving fault lines in one stall and the mud room.  Absolutely horrible.    
    I was sucker enough to allow them back to complete my driveway and sidewalks a couple months later.  Fortunately for me they stood me up twice more and I never called them back.  I had another concrete contractor finish the job, who did excellent work.  That gave me even more remorse for not using them in the first place.
    Avoid Chamberlain Concrete and Jensen Concrete and Construction if at all possible.
    - Erin D.
  • A
    A Pro Plumbing
    We recently moved to a newer home and decided to finish the basement.  We had used Brett at A Pro Plumbing for service and repair projects at our old home and knew he would do just as good of a job for finishing our basement bathroom.  He prepared the bathroom (rough-in) and then helped us order all the fixtures we wanted for a very competitive price.  He installed (trimmed-out) everything in a timely fashion and eased the frustration of having to work around many workers' schedules that comes with finishing a basement.  Brett was professional, kind, and informative.  He is our go-to-guy for all our Plumbing needs.  Thanks Brett!
    - Ranay T.
  • D
    Jensen Concrete
    Jensen Concrete and Construction arrived when they said they would.  When they arrived, it was disclosed that their forms for the basement walls were not as tall as was expected.  Prior to the pour, the town inspector took issue with how the rebar was placed in some of the forms, particularly as it was bent around the corners and was against the outer edge of the form.  Rebar should be offset to the inside of the wall rather than being centered in the form so that it can provide reinforcement under tension during backfill and compacting.  After the pour it was discovered that they ordered 5-sack concrete rather than 6-sack concrete as was specified in the bid.  They also watered it down to make it easier to work with via the pump truck further reducing the ultimate yield strength of the concrete.  They finished pouring the foundation walls at about 4-5 pm.  At 9 am the next morning the forms had all been removed!  Forms should remain in place for at least 3 days, and early removal of forms can reduce final strength by as much as 45%.  I was in disbelief, and when I asked the company owner about it, he stated that the concrete wouldn't "dry" without removing the forms.  Apparently he hasn't spent 30 minutes reading about concrete, or he would know that concrete cures by a chemical reaction that requires water and takes weeks to months to cure.  Strength of concrete is based on 28 days of curing.  If concrete is allowed to dry out, the curing process is interrupted and design strength will not be met.  Where walkways for doors or garage doors were to be, they did not provide a form to prevent the concrete from flowing up to a level higher than the floor or bottom of the door.  This I guess was their standard practice and their method of removing the excess concrete was to stand on the wall, and knock out the door and garage door openings with a sledge hammer.  As they did this, the whole wall could be seen shaking.  When I pulled out my camera, they immediately stopped.  When the company founder (father) was asked about the practice he shook his head and said that his son was now in charge and he couldn't tell him what to do.  Jensen Concrete failed to install an "uffer" ground, per international building code, in the footing and a second footing had to be poured along the base of the foundation and tied into the real footing to accommodate it.   My first floor is supported by steel I-beams that span the basement walls and rest in beam pockets.   The beam pockets were broken out when they removed the forms early and only a couple of the beam pockets had a flat surface for a beam to rest on.   My overall experience was terrible.
    - Erin D.
  • F
    We hired Clint to finish our basement for $12,000. We made the first payment in the middle of June. He did just enough work to get the second payment by the middle of July. He has done no work since, despite repeated verbal promises that he would continue work on certain dates. He has not returned near-daily phone calls since the end of August. We have asked, both directly to him and through the BBB, for a fair refund and termination of the contract. He has not responded. He has been paid for more work than he has done. We cannot afford to walk away from that money and hire someone else. He holds all the cards and is not honest enough to give us a fair resolution.
    - V B.
  • A
    J & J Construction
    - John K.
  • B
    A Pro Plumbing
    - Larry Z.
  • C
    Rader Remodeling and Repair
    - Liberty S.
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