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  • A
    HOMEPROS Construction & Remodeling
    This was a significant disruption in our lives, but Randy and his team were always pleasant, courteous, and fun to be around.  They gladly explained all that they needed to do.  The project lasted five weeks.  The weather hampered work for five or six of the 25 days.  Luckily, the weather held off during the roofing portion of the project.  We went with premium shingles and siding; and the results are beautiful.  My wife and I are very happy with the results.
    When we can afford it, we are very likely to contact HomePros to rebuild our deck.
    - Kenneth C.
  • A
    Troy Hebert Building & Remodeling
    It was perfect and excellent. They were very efficient, on time and they take the project on time. I can't say enough good things about them but I know they're very professional. They just did an unbelievable job.
    - Diann M.
  • B
    Our old farmhouse had a nice country kitchen we wanted to rearrange for greater utility, rather than completely remodel from scratch.  Chet offered to do the work in the winter, which made it a difficult job for him, but he and his helper, Jake did yeoman's work, managing to work around the tough weather and deep snow - one of our toughest winters in years.  They worked through our long list of tasks showing ingenuity and flexibility.  A number of additional, unanticipated tasks got added on, time and materials, as they appeared or my wife realized she wanted them added.  It was a bit frustrating at times as the work ended up stretching over nearly three months when we had thought it would be done in about half that time.  The result, however, is a beautiful new kitchen with much more light and much better ergonomics.  We are very satisfied with Chet's workmanship and his price was a good deal less than several other contractors who provided us with estimates.  We plan to hire him again for a roofing job soon.
    - Ralph B.
  • F
    Joyce Construction
    PLEASE BEWARE OF THIS CONTRACTOR!!! DO NOT TRUST HIM! Mr. Kevin Joyce with Joyce Construction and A&K Premium Development in Woburn, MA is not a contractor to be trusted! Please be aware before you get scammed. I am a single female who just purchased a fixer-up a little over a year ago. I needed a general contractor to come and work on a renovation for: 2 bathrooms, a kitchen and master bedroom. I had a target on my back being a single young female and unknowing the contracting world, and Mr. Joyce took advantage of that. Mr. Joyce and I had 2 signed contracts for work to be performed One on July 1, 2010 and another one on September 1, 2010. Outside of the written contracts, there were also verbal agreements where Mr. Joyce promised to do additional work which would be included in the contract price. The issues outlined below are just some of the MANY problems I have personally encountered. PLEASE be cautious when dealing with this contractor. He will take all of your money and leave you with an unfinished house, and more work and mess than when you started. After doing some research, I found that Mr. Joyce has not only been dishonest to me, but to others as well! Please be sure to look him up on Better Business Bureau ? his rating is an F (3 unresolved cases). And he also has had a small claims lawsuit against him. During the time that Mr. Joyce was working on my house, I started noticing issues with the construction at my house. I nicely brought those issues up to him and he would either promise that they would be fixed next time he came to work on the house, or he would start to raise his voice and be very protective and tell me that he is not going to worry about small petty problems when he is remolding my entire house (which was not the case ? these problems were large issues such as leaking in the basement from plumbing, larges whole behind my glass tile backsplash, ceramic tile floor being installed improperly, my living room hardwood floors being severely damaged etc). I would come home from work everyday to find the house abandoned, with hardly any work performed. When Mr. Joyce started to sense that I was extremely unhappy with his work, he started threatening me with his lawyer. Unfortunately, I had already paid him 50% of the contracted price upfront ($15,750.00) and during the course of him working on the house, he continued to tell me that if he did not get the remaining portion of the money (another $15,750.00) he would instantly put a lien on my house. Unknowing what was going to happen, and this being my first house it terrified me! I did not know what to do ? so I tried to just go along with whatever he wanted. He forced me to sign additional contracts by bullying me with lawyers suing me and putting liens on my house. I was to the point of tears on most conversations with him, and I was fearful of him being in my home. The last time I heard from Mr. Joyce, he was talking to me about starting work to my upstairs bathroom, he got his final check and I have never heard from him after that. Even with numerous calls, emails and letters. Unfortunately, Mr. Kevin Joyce got in total $33,700.00 dollars from me and has left me with all the items outlined below. To date (more than 4 months after last speaking with him) he has not finished any of his work. #1. General contractor, Kevin Joyce of Joyce Construction approved and signed for deficient work conducted by subcontractor Stone Technologies regarding a kitchen counter-top. Although it was evident that the counter was installed out of level, with noticeably uneven seams and adhesive residue on finished surfaces, it was not properly acknowledged on the final inspection report. It is the General Contractor?s responsibility to ensure proper construction and quality control practices are utilized by all subcontractors. #2. In breach of contract, Mr. Joyce neglected to complete the second level bathroom, by remodeling it from a half-bath with sink and hopper to a full bath with a shower. Work still remaining incomplete or unfinished includes the following: - Demolition of existing bathroom fixtures, tile, and sheetrock. - Re-sizing of the space as required. - Installation of new plumbing for a vanity, tub and shower combination, and hopper. - Plastering of all new and existing walls. - Installation of the following fixtures: lighting, bathroom fan with appropriate exhaust, tiled shower walls, tile flooring with grout, mirror, and window. #3. In breach of contract, Mr. Joyce failed to improve the master bedroom closet in an operating condition, complete with shelving and hangar rods. None of the flooring on the second level has been installed as promised and despite numerous attempts by me, Mr. Joyce has neglected to respond. #4. For work solicited on September 1, 2010 in the amount of $31,500.00 and July 10, 2010 IAO $2,200.00, Mr. Joyce failed to provide documentation of materials purchased or work completed despite frequent requests by myself. I have no warranties on any of my appliances due to not having any receipts. I also do not know how much any of the items actually cost. There were a few instances that the amount he told me an item cost, and when I went to the store to find out, the price variance was vastly different. Sometimes ranging in over $100 per item. #5. Throughout the course of the contract, Mr. Joyce neglected to ensure spaces adjacent to work areas remained in their original, untouched condition and did not make any appreciable effort to minimize collateral damages to said spaces. Applicable damages include but are not limited to: - Deep, irreparable scratches on the living room hardwood floor produced by carelessly dragging a heavy metal oven hood across the surface. - Shards of material chipped or broken from at least two window sills in the kitchen. - Leaky plumbing installation from the kitchen sink down to the basement which has been recorded malfunctioning on every use. - Destroyed sheet metal baseboard heater guard which has been cut shorter than necessary and left unfinished. - Unwarranted removal and chipping of paint in at least four areas of the first level bathroom tile. - Paint stains that require removal on the exterior stairs by the side entrance. - Hardware used to install the first level hopper left untrimmed, unfinished, and without proper caps. #6. Throughout the course of the contract, Mr. Joyce completed less than sufficient work with blatant disregard for either the verbal or official agreements made between himself and myself. Miscellaneous discrepancies and latent defects to report include but are not limited to: - Four thresholds in the kitchen and hallway were left unfinished and without a stain, seal coat, or suitable alternative. - Kitchen counter backsplash was installed improperly and unevenly, disguising voids in the wall behind through which tile can be pushed with ease. The intersection of glass tile and backsplash was left without a bullnose, exposing the edge of these materials. - Untrimmed and unfinished plywood base under kitchen utility cabinet. - Sub-standard installation of first level floor tiling in kitchen, hallway, and bathroom areas. Flooring was not installed with the proper sequence of Thinset, Wonderboard or Durock materials but rather an inferior application of grout and adhesive over the existing floor. - Doors and entryways constructed with significant and unacceptable gaps between the finish floor and the bottom of the trim. #7. Damaging and potentially hazardous construction debris and waste has been left on site, posing both a physical and legal risk to the claimant, her guests, and her neighbors. Items include but are not limited to: excess grout poured onto the grass, screws, nails, wood debris, shards of glass and porcelain tile, door and window frames, glass storm windows and, and lumber of various stocks and sizes. What has happened to me is heartbreaking! This money used to pay him, was saved up over a long period time of hard work, working extra hours and saving! The other money was through a construction loan that was taken out for all the worked performed. The total amount of $33,700.00 that Mr. Joyce stole from me is almost my annual salary! I sincerely hope that this does not have to happen to anyone else! That is why I am writing this. I do not want anyone else to go through what I have gone through in dealing with Mr. Joyce, who in my eyes is a crook!
    - Angela P.
  • A
    Excellent!!! The work Jay provided surpassed my expectations. I am planning on hiring his company again for future projects.
    - Diann M.
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