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General Contracting reviews in Fallston

  • A
    Perryhall Remodeling

    My home was damaged by last winters ice storm. Received four estimates from contractors on Angie's List. Gary was the lowest bid for roof replacement and also was able to bid repairs needed for window replacement and other outside carpentry.

    Gary and his crew performed the work in a timely and professional manner. he followed up until project was completed to my satisfaction.

    Very pleased with work done by Perryhall Remodeling and would highly recommend.

    - Patrick B.
  • A
    proline interiors inc.
    We replaced the steps leading up to our back door from the patio and also had soffets replaced on windows due to woodrot. Peter and his team did a fantastic job! They knew exactly what we wanted to accomplish, assisted with choosing the right materials and colors, and had the entire job completed in two days. They will be our first choice in the future for additional home repairs/remodel projects.
    - Robert L.
  • F
    Providence Construction Services
    To summarize: Do not use Providence Construction Services. The work was slow, sloppy and disorganized. The contractor did not complete the job. The contractor was difficult to work with.
    Here are the details. The initial visit from the owner of Providence went well. We had known the owner casually from church, and he said he could use the work. His quote was competitive and we thought he would give us a good product. We wanted to purchase Ikea kitchen cabinets, which he had never installed before, but he was confident he could do the work. He was given installation guidelines and an installation dvd to review before he started construction. We provided a CAD drawing of the kitchen with dimensions, and a sketch of the overall space. We were given a contract to sign, and we did. An initial schedule was provided allowing 4 weeks for all construction of the new spaces to be demolished and re-built.
    We were never given a copy of the signed contract. After 8 weeks of construction, the project was still not complete. We never received schedule updates. The site was not cleaned unless we cleaned it ourselves. The base cabinets were not ready for template even though he knew in advance the date that Norwood Marble and Granite was coming out (and he promised the cabinets would be ready). He did not layout the cabinets correctly, and we had to go back to Ikea to purchase replacement cabinets for the cabinets that he damaged by drilling into them incorrectly. Things were out of square, walls were added that we did not have on the plan (and we were not asked to approve prior to him building them). The details were neglected. He sent his helper away from our job to start another project. He came late most days (8:30/9) even though start time was supposed to be 8, and left most days at 4pm. He took off the day after 4th of July, even though he was running behind schedule. He became defensive every time we asked questions about how work was going to be completed. He argued when we pointed out work that he did wrong - not following the drawings we provided. EVERYTHING was at least 1/4and quot; off.
    We paid 2 draws on the project totaling $18,000.00 plus $1,175.00 in extra charges to the plumber and electrician. We were given 2 bills for extra work due on receipt even though our contract terms were 1/3, 1/3, and balance due upon completion. When we questioned the extra charge of 9 hours for framing and drywall of a 5' by 9' wall (which we observed only took 3 hours at the most because the electrician was here at the same time to install an outlet on the wall), he refused to question his helper who performed the work. He packed up the materials and tools and left the job. We found out later that the sub-contractors had been paid in full for their work. The electrician came back and finished the job. We had to pay a new plumber to complete the plumbing because the plumber did not return our phone calls. Providence Construction sent us a bill for an additional $2,500.00 because he is choosing to ignore the contract and changed it to a and quot;time and materialsand quot; bill, charging us for drill bits, saw blades, and other materials that he took with him to name a few of the items. Then he charged us as if he paid the electrician for the extra electrical work, when in fact we paid the electrician directly for that work.
    We had other carpenters came through to give us estimates to complete the work. We were told it would take at least 40-60 hours time and materials to finish the work. And no one could start for at least 3 weeks. My husband is handy and had tools, so he took apart the cabinets, fixed the walls and floors, and then finished the installation. I painted everything. We went back and forth to hardware stores and Ikea buying items to finish as much of the job as we could. The reputable contractor we hired to finish the work we can't do is available to start in September. We both took a week off from work to get our kitchen ready for the second countertop template appointment.
    Providence Construction left a family of 4 with an unfinished space - no kitchen, no powder room. Here is a detailed list of the work he didn't do:
    -unfinished plumbing
    -unfinished electric
    -no gas line for the range
    -no heat in the new space
    -cabinets not level with shims sticking out everywhere
    -walls not square
    -flooring not finished or trimmed
    -no base trim
    -window apron installed too wide so the faucet could not be installed
    -no vinyl siding around the newly installed smaller windows, just exposed wood
    -the exterior frame and sash still in place, not properly removed when the new window was installed (just plywood filling the gap between the new window and the old sash)
    -storm door taken off and laying on the deck outside
    -exterior door jamb cut at the bottom (needs to be completely replaced now)
    -100 year old wainscot ripped out on a wall that was not to be touched (he didn't repair it)
    -a gash in our refrigerator cabinet end panel
    -trash thrown in a knee-wall
    -100-year-old trim around our dining room door ripped off and thrown out (which he didn't need to touch)
    -no kick-plates or cabinet trim
    -no knobs on cabinets
    -no range hood
    -no toilet or sink
    -no dishwasher installed
    -nothing painted to completion - walls and ceiling were only primed
    - Eugene V.
  • A
    David Rutch's Precision Remodeling Inc
    I can’t say enough good things about Dave, Jeremy, Bill and the Precision Remodeling crew. From start to finish they did a great job in designing our screened porch and fixing a number of issues on our preexisting deck. After working with a number of contractors in the past, Precision Remodeling was the best of the bunch. It wasn't just the quality of the final product but the attention to detail. They did little things to enhance our porch that other contractors would have never thought to do. Examples included detailed trim around our ceiling fan and areas around the porch. They maintained a clean work environment and kept my wife and I involved throughout the build process. Jeremy and the team were there every day working on the project till it was complete (3 weeks). If you are looking for a trustworthy contractor that provides high quality products I wouldn’t hesitate to call Dave and his team at Precision Remodeling. I know that my wife and I will continue to use them in the future.
    - Michael D.
  • A
    David Rutch's Precision Remodeling Inc
    Very well to excellent on most everything. A few issues, but were resolved expeditiously and professionally.
    - robert l.
  • A
    Perryhall Remodeling
    Perfectly. Right on time.
    - Patricia L.
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