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  • A
    Northstar Construction
    We have been dealing with this company for over 20 years. Our house was built by John, and also an extension. The work is beyond fantastic! Now my daughter has a house on the Cape too ( as we reside in NY) and John (the owner) has done work there too! We call him for almost all our needs, and he is always helpful and caring, and very good at what he does. I totally recommend Northstar Construction!
    - Daniel M.
  • A
    Cape Cod Home Improvement ���
    It went very well. Tony and his team were very responsive, even with the laundry list of items that we came up with for him. We were very pleased with the workmanship. There were a couple of snags, but those items were remedied quickly. Those items that we couldn't get completed (replacement of storm doors, indoor trim, electrical items) were provided by another contractor. We are very happy with the results, and, almost a year after the work, everything is holding up fine. I would certainly recommend them for roofing, siding, and trim work.
    - Michael M.
  • D
    Rhino Shield of New England
    They did a fine job putting the coat on however after about a year we started to notice peeling and flaking on parts of the house. When we called and spoke with Mr John F. MacMahon, who is the area manager to tell him the issue with the peeling etc. he said he would send someone out. It took several months but he finally had someone out to look at the situation. They took pictures of the peeling and then it was submitted to John. He informed us that it was peeling because the shingles had moisture in them, which prevented some of the rhino shield from sticking. One of the worse sections is the part of the house where it has the most sun exposure. Regardless, it is 100% warranted against any peeling, flaking and so on. He informed us we had to get a moisture team in to see what is going with the siding . He then said we had to fix the problem before they would talk with us again. There are so many places on the Rhino Shield website which states, and I am quoting, "Rhino Shield proactive finish count is classified as fully permeable by ASTM standards The perm rate allows the coating to breathe and release condensation and vapor". That is one of many places on their site which states moisture shouldn't be a problem. We paid a lot of money and now we have a situation that is not being covered .The way the house is peeling I wondered if there was something defective with the Rhino shield when it was applied.
    - DONNA M.
  • F
    IHS Building and Remodeling, Inc.
    Initially all went well. Richard was kind, punctual and helpful in making decisions and performing the work necessary for a satisfactory job. About half way through though he found out his plumber could not do the job so he tried to find a new one. He was unsuccessful for a few weeks, delaying our project, and when he did hire a new plumber, it was going to cost him about $2500 extra. This made him extremely upset and he was unhappy to be on our job sight from that point forward. He was angry and uncooperative from that day until the job was finished. The only time he was congenial was when he asked us to recommend him to a neighbor. Although we considered this, based on his attitude, not only toward us and our project, but also regarding minorities and his degrading attitude towards women, we could not. We wanted him off the job as soon as possible. At the 'end' of the job he submitted a bill for extras in the amount of $3500 for things like putting on our kitchen cabinet hardware ($600) and other unfounded fees and charges. We ultimately paid him a good portion of it because he threatened us with a lawsuit and informed us that he intended to put a lien on our home. Not wanting to deal with this headache we worked out a solution, but it felt like extortion. This was one of the worst experiences of our lives. The renovations are not complete and his subcontractors wanted even more $$ to come back and finish the job. This is not their fault, he is just not a good manager of the work he promises to perform, and ultimately this was probably too big of a job for him to deal with. We will find other contractors to finish the work. He also does not guarantee his work. He installed a door that does not function properly and we asked on several occasions for him to make it right and he has refused. The project was to be completed in 8-12 weeks it took 5 months. There were 21 days that he was scheduled to be on the job when he did not show up. Although he claimed to be working 6 days a week, this was not true. As you may also find when working with a contractor and they start to act this way, you feel bound to have them complete the job because there is so much time and money already committed. If I could have fired him the first time he made an unsatisfactory comment about women or minorities or showed his very volatile anger issues, I would have, but we were close to finishing and I just wanted the project done and him out of our lives. Had he simply been a more pleasant and agreeable person, this review would probably be different. We could have overlooked his personal shortcomings and inability to cooperate; however, because he became SO unpleasant to work with we had to put it all in the review so others would know what they are getting when they hire him. The big part of the work he did was good... so far, nothing other than the door that does not work has been an issue. Attention to detail is not his strong point. As I said at the beginning. We enjoyed working with him for the first few months and the work he did then was fine. After that, however; things went bad for him and he took it out on us and could not recover. We have further work to do on our home as well as two acquaintances who were wanting to do similar projects to ours. We find; however, that cannot recommend him for even the smallest project, and would want others to be aware of the issues we encountered. Richard appears to suffer from anger issues, hopefully he can get help with this. It would show in his work and in his life. We do not wish ill will on anyone, but until he gets help, others need to know who they are dealing with before they sign a contract.
    - Daniel B.
  • A
    Cape Cod Home Improvement ���
    I was very pleased with the job that Tony and his team did. Tony gave me one of the most thorough quotes and references list that I rarely seen from other contractors. He completed what he quoted me on without changing the price. He is very responsive to all my questions and requests.
    - Anddie C.
  • A
    Cape Home Remodel - Basement Concepts
    We had plans for a much smaller renovation when we first contacted Jeff Wragg at Cape Home Remodel. He stayed in contact with us for over a year while we were going back and forth with an architect trying to come up with a reasonable design and budget. We had to scale way back on our initial ideas due to structural issues and budget constraints. Jeff was patient and helpful with several ideas as to how to accomplish what we wanted. When the plan was finally completed and all the permits were issued, Jeff and his crew began the work in a very professional and competent manner. Excavation and exterior preparation were done with care, so there was only a minimum change in the landscaping around the house. Work on the interior of the house was extensive, and the issues that were unexpected were attended to with care and attention to communicating clearly with us. We are thrilled with the end result! A small summer house built by our parents in the 1970's has been transformed completely. Although we couldn't get another bathroom or bedroom, we did get a new kitchen and bath, expanded the living space, added a large covered front porch and a large rear deck. We have new windows and doors, new siding, new maple floors, HVAC and electric, new sheetrock, insulation and trim. Basically, everything is brand new, simple and beautiful. The attention to detail by Jeff and his crew was really appreciated. The project took longer than expected, but that was due mostly to the scope of work changes that occurred during the renovation. Jeff was very responsive to all of our questions or concerns during the course of this renovation. We definitely would recommend Jeff Wragg for any home remodeling or renovation project.
    - mary c.
  • D
    Cape Cod Roofing & Siding
    Skip was very prompt in coming out to provide a quote.  This is when the promptness ended.  From the Fall of 2013, our project was not completed until late into the summer of 2014, I will provide exact dates below.  We discussed at length what we wanted to have completed on the home, and he drafted up a quote based on that.  While it was a jumbled mess that really did not get everything we discussed written in the contract, I figured I would take him for what he told me and the recommendation of the friend.  
    His crew started with replacing the roof, which was probably the highlight of the job.  The old roof was removed and the new roof was put on.  He claims to have used a magnet to pick up the old nails around the property.  I would be lying if we picked up less than 2 kids beach pails pull of them.  Glad I did not have any young ones running around and I was up to date on a tetnus shot.
    And while when first talking, he said, he had been working in New England for 35+ years they work in all kind of weather, he did not start on the siding for six months.  Being a property that rents during the summer months we wanted to ensure that any and all work was completed long before we had a renter.  His communication was horrible during this time. Anyone interested I can share emails from this contractor.  
    Long story short these are the facts.  I signed a contract on 10/7/2013.  On 10/16/2013 he stated he was "readying to go, need to pull permit" and asked for $5,000.  On 12/11/2013 was the first day that the roof was worked on.  And on 7/11/2014 the siding was done, for this small, single family home.  From the day the contract was signed to the day that the siding was complete was 277 days.  
     Additional frustration was that Skip removed all the siding and then contacted me about the trim work, asking who was going to do the trim on the home.  The home sat for days, without shingles on it, as we tried to figure out where we went wrong.  We discussed at length what he was going to do for our trim, yet, because he never put it in the contract he chose to wait until the home was exposed to see what our plans were.  After trying to find a contractor to do trim, he then offered several options for additional costs that he could provide for trim work.  Why these were never presented initially, goes along with the way he operated the entire time.  
    He showed his true colors when he wrote an email stating that he no longer will take or receive phone calls from me.  A great way to deal with someone who has thousands of dollars of your hard earned money isn't it?  
    Now it is April 2015 we still have yet to receive the warranties for the products installed on our home.  
    Lessons learned from this experience.  
    I will never use Cape Cod Roofing and Siding.
    Get a start and an end date from a contractor.  
    Get everything discussed incorperated into the quote.
    Ask them who will be performing the work.  To our surprise when checking on the progress of the siding one day, we found a lone contractor doing the siding, with a truck that read "Better Homes Home Improvment" when we had contracted with Cape Cod Roofing and Siding and never once were told that a sub contractor would be performing work.  
    With this home we have had many projects completed.  I have spoken with many people during and after the experience of dealing with him.  Skip was the least professional person I have ever dealt with.  While the home looked good in the end the frustration of dealing with him is something I would not wish on my worst enemies.  He impacted more than half of our renters, and we lost substantial income by offering refunds to our valued renters.  
    I will gladly explain at length to anyone why NOT to choose Cape Cod Roofing and Siding.  Please do not make the same mistake we did. 
    - Josh H.
  • A
    Cape Cod Alterations
    I needed 4 pairs of black pants hemmed. I was fitted in a private space. Returning in 1 hour to pick up pressed and hemmed BUT what mattered most they didn't look hemmed. Hem look original. Very professional and friendly. I have used their services 4 times.
    - michele g.
  • A
    Sprinkle Home Improvement
    The owner of Sprinkle Home Improvement, I would give him an A+. He knew his stuff. His son is okay but I would give his son a B+. The pricing was good. He was the best one. The installation was great. There was no problem, whatsoever. With the trim, it took a little bit of scheduling. There was a problem getting somebody over here. It had to be done during the calendar years. The man was a very conscientious fella.
    - CHARLES G.
  • A
    DCM Enterprises
    Don provided us with a timely quote at a very fair price.  He had the materials delivered and showed up on the date he said he would start.  Don worked diligently each day and cleaned up the site before he left for the day.  He replaced all wood and a door frame that had been water damaged.  With great attention to detail, Don carefully measured and lined up each course of shingles to produce a beautifully crafted cedar shingled siding on our home.  We highly recommend D.C.M. Enterprises for any building or remodeling project.
    - Dale M.
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