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  • A
    JD Michael Construction Inc
    We, 500 Majestic Properties, have worked with JD Michael Construction for over two years on several projects. Our most recent project was the complete renovation of 1723 Carrs Mill Rd. Joe, from JD Michael, was involved in every aspect of the project, from initial renovation analysis, budget generation/management, permitting, and beyond. Their primary role was as GC, managing the overall schedule, subcontractor work force, materials management, and interface with local permitting/inspector community. Due to the size and complexity of this effort, JD Michael also performed many general construction activities, to include framing, general carpentry, painting, tiling, cabinetry installation, and more. Beyond excellent workmanship and communication skills, JD Michael was very diligent in their selection of the subcontractor workforce and managed them without scheduling or timing conflicts. On the occasion when a subcontract needed special attention, JD Michael quickly and professional dealt with the vendor to resolve any issue to insure the work was performed in a timely manner with no interruption to other vendors or schedules. We are about to start on another renovation project and we���ve already signed the deal to work with JD Michael Construction.
    - Constance W.
  • C
    GJ Goss Contracting Inc
    First issue: timeliness. Signed contract in Sept. 2017. Was promised work would be completed by early Nov., no later than Thanksgiving. Windows and door installed early Nov. Work was well done. Siding started mid-Nov. Essentially complete mid-Dec. except for items that had to be fixed (ripped screens, light fixture, wrapping windows with aluminum, etc.) Finally completed in Jan. 2018. Second issue: communication. We were told all work would be done by Goss employees. Not true. Windows and door done by private subcontractor to window supplier. No problem with their work but they did not know siding was being replaced which affected how they finished around windows. Siding installed by siding supplier, not Goss, not sure if workers were contract employees. They were supposed to have a supervisor we could discuss issues with but he never showed up. Our gutters had been recently replaced with the roof. In discussing this for contract, told Goss we did not want them moved. Was told their men take them down all the time and know what they are doing. We said OK. Yet another sub came out to remove the gutters, looked at them and said he didn't know how to take them down. After discussion with Goss, decided to work around gutters in place. We were surprised one day, then, to see a gutter hanging away from the house. Once work was completed, we told Goss about gutter removal and in fact, pointed out one gutter that was now running level. Goss denied removing them. We had original gutter installer come out and he confirmed that gutters had been, at least, loosened and put back and that one gutter did not have a slope. This voided our warranty. Gutter installer gave a price to re-hang gutters and we asked Goss to cover the cost. Goss refused. We suggested splitting the cost but Goss again refused. In order to avoid further confrontation, we decided to pay Goss and put an end to the project.
    - Monica P.
  • A
    Garner Roofing Company LLC
    Work was done in two phases. 
    First the Roof:
       Work started on Dec. 9th and was competed on Dec. 11th
       Materials were delivered just as scheduled on Dec. 7th and stacked on the roof.  Before putting down the new shingles the old roof had to be removed.  This consisted of scrapping off two layers of shingles and tar paper to get down to bare wood.  Bad sections of wood were replaced.  I was impressed with the carpentry skills of the gentleman who replaced the plywood. The new roof consisted of installing ice & water shield, synthetic underlayment, new drip edge starter strip on roof perimeter, new pipe boots, flashing and putting in a ridge vent besides new shingles.  Also included was construction of  a small cricket adjacent to the chimney to help keep water from leaking in around the chimney and closing off one gable vent.  Originally included in the contact was reinstallation of  a new antenna and mount (supplied by me), but I started having concerns about the wiring and grounding being connected according to standards since nobody on the crew seemed to have had experience putting up antennas.  Mr. Garner did come and look at the system and do some research in order to install it, but after finding an antenna installation person and getting a separate estimate he agreed to adjust the price to eliminate the charge for the antenna installation.  I do feel they could have done a better job at protecting my landscaping.  They did put up tarps, but they were laid directly on the plants and pieces of material were dropped onto the plants.  Areas where they had removed shingles but didn't get the underlayment down were covered with tarp until the work could be finished. 
    Second the Siding:
       Materials were delivered on Dec. 19th, but due to all the rain in December work started on Jan. 4th and was completed on Jan. 6th.  Mr. Garner did call the nights before whenever work would need to be rescheduled because of the weather.
       Work consisted of removing the old aluminum siding, removing gutters, downspouts and shutters, installing house wrap,flashing tape around all windows, installing new insulated siding with all related details and accessories, new gutters and downspouts and gutter guard and new soffits.  The existing shutters previously removed were replaced. A different crew was used for the siding work than from the crew that did the roof work. I think this crew could also have done a better job of protecting the landscaping around the house.  They did not put any tarps up and some of their equipment went right into my bushes.  Other than the lack of care with my plants I did feel that the crew had good skills.  I was impressed when they used one continuous piece of fascia above my bow window rather than five separate pieces as the previous contractor had done.  Also required was temporarily disconnecting the electric and phone lines from the house in order to get the siding materials behind them.  No power was lost while this took place.  They readily redid the finish work around one of the roof gables so that the construction would match (each gable had been done by a different crew member).  After the job was completed, I noticed that some of the gutter guard wasn't laying flat in one of the gutters.  Mr. Garner sent someone over within the week to fix the issue.
       They did a pretty good job of cleaning up the debris, but I am still finding small pieces of asphalt and siding material in the mulch around the house. 
       A supervisor was pretty much on site at all times.  Only once did an issue come up after the supervisor had left. The crew had brought sheets of particle board to replace the plywood that was removed from the roof.  I showed them that the contract called for plywood to be used, not the particle board brought.  A quick phone call to the main office fixed the situation.  The supervisor was on site for all of my other concerns and readily answered all my questions.  He gave me a good lesson in roofing and siding construction.
       During the contract negotiations all of my questions were answered in a timely manner via e-mail and phone.  Answers were clear and revised contracts were sent quickly.  I found the contract to be very detailed and each phase of work broken out so that I could select exactly which work I wanted done.  Compared to the other estimates received Garner Roofing had the best itemized contract.
       Overall I am happy with the work done. (The B in quality is due to the lack of care with the landscaping.)
    - Sharon Y.
  • A
    Prestige Home Solutions
    The crew arrived at 7 am and worked steadily thru the morning, removing the old roofing, and replacing and damaged plywood. They then installed the new roofing, which was finished about 1 pm. There was a wait for the gutters, downspouts and gutter guards to arrive, but they went back to work once they arrived and finished the entire job by 5 pm. They cleaned up everything (and that can be difficult with all my flowers beds and shubbery around the house). The roofing crew was friendly and the work was done well (It rained heavily immediately after they finished and no leaks were found then, or since in this record setting rainy June.
    - Patti R.
  • A
    Ener G Remodeling
    I selected 3 vendors from Angie's List that had very good ratings and asked them to meet me and provide their quotes.  I had the 3 quotes in hand and was ready to select one of them when one of my neighbors said that she used Ener G Remodeling a year ago and was very satisfied with her siding work.  Ener G Remodeling was not registered with Angie's List but I went with them because of their price, my neighbor's reference, and the fact that they were local in my county.  They were pretty close to starting on their committed start date.  Grant was their window installer and he was hard-working, professional, and did a great job!  Immediately after the windows were installed, the siding crew showed up to remove the old Masonite siding.  I was impressed that they finished it so quickly and started installing the new siding the same day.  The crew obviously knew what they were doing and they worked very efficiently and professionally. I am very satisfied with the new windows and siding that they installed. The Soft-Lite windows and the Craneboard Solid Core Siding are very attractive and a great improvement to our house.  I would definitely recommend them for your project.  The only minor constructive criticism is their response to voice mails could be a little better.  Once the job started though, they were very responsive to my questions.
    - Danny D.
  • F
    Taylor Made Custom Contracting Inc
    Job was performed last winter beginning December 2013-January 2014, approximately. 
    After the job was completed, I noticed a leak in our sunroom.  We have a new roof so I called the original roofing contractor to come look at the problem since our roof was under warranty.  The leak was caused by Taylor Custom Contracting.  They removed a satellite dish (per my request) and simply put new shingles over the patched area (that did not match the existing shingles).  The underneath was not sealed properly.  Also, when the new siding was installed they failed to replace the j-channel, that was originally there, and did not caulk properly and this allowed water to get into the sunporch area, also attributing to the leak.  In addition, when the siding was being installed, the installers used a ladder that they nailed into our brand new roof causing small holes in my new roof.  Also causing damage that would eventually lead to water getting under the shingles and leaking.  When I called Taylor Custom Contracting to talk with them about the damage they caused, they offered to repair the damage for free?however, my original roof warranty would be voided unless I used my original roof contractor.  Taylor Custom Contracting contacted my roof contractor and negotiated $200 off the $1800 repair bill, but has refused to pay for the damage they caused.  Also, without getting up on the roof and looking Kevin from Taylor Custom Made offered to fix my sunporch with estimates ranging from $5,000-$10,000.  Saying it was being caused by ice damming.  After actually getting up on the roof and doing a proper inspection, that when it was discovered that the siding job was the cause of my house damage.  Glad I had a 2nd opinion!  He was trying to charge me for work I did not need and still wasn't going to repair the job properly!
    My roofing company took pictures and showed me how the damage was caused by the siding installation, but Taylor Made CustomContracting refused to pay for damage they caused.  I did not want them to work on our house any more and possible not repair it properly.  Also, my siding along the back of my house is now warped.  After having that inspected by another contractor, they agree that siding was not properly installed.  I have everything in writing from all companies involved.
    I DO NOT RECOMMEND WORKING WITH TAYLOR CUSTOM CONTRACTING FOR ANY JOB!

    IN RESPONSE TO TAYLOR MADE'S COMMENTS BELOW:  I DID NOT ask him to purchase materials for another job.  He offered to do so to save me money.  I, however, did not use him to purchase my materials.  I hired the other contractor, also through Angie's list, and used him from beginning to end on the other project (a bathroom remodel).  My other job did have some issues.  I asked Taylor Made as a favor to look at my bathroom project just for a second opinion.  The contractor that was doing the bathroom remodel completed my master bathroom job perfectly and I gave him a stellar review on Angie's list.  My costs were high on the other job because I used high end materials that I chose myself.  As for the other work on my house, Taylor Made never even got up on my roof to look at the damage.  He assumed it was ice damming because that's what my neighbor thought it was?who also had not gotten on the roof, but suggested I contact my roofing company, which is what I did.  There was not too much ice to see at the time?it was melting, which is why there was water pouring in my sunroom!  I do not appreciate his lies or his personal attacks.  He recently wrote me an email stating that I did not need the money he owed us, which is why he mentioned that I was calling from our beach house.  My next step will be to file a formal complaint with Angie's list and go through their  complaint resolution process.  I have documentation from my roofing company that the damage was caused by Taylor Made and also that Taylor Made called them to get the price reduced, which they did.  I also have emails from Taylor Made where he said he would pay us after I gave him a good review.  When he refused to pay us, I simply told the truth about our experience.
    - Michelle M.
  • A
    Kris Konstruction Design & Build Group
    Salesman very professional and pleasant. Kris was professional and knowledgeable. I did not go with them as another contractor was able to quote doing more for less cost . I am sure kris could have met the second deal. I used the other company as the contractor had just finished a neighbors house and I got to watch the work being done.
    - susan v.
  • A
    D L Siding & Construction LLC
    DL had a special offer for granite countertops on Angie's list. I purchased that offer and arranged for DL to replace the backsplash as well.DL had Bel Air Granite and Marble replace the countertops and DL replaced the backsplash. I needed to change the schedule for the installation of the backsplash and DL was happy to accommodate that. Our kitchen was in good shape except for that yellow formica and tile. The new granite and tile looks absolutely fabulous. The kitchen shed 40 years in just a couple days. I enjoyed working with DL Siding & Construction and definitely recommend them based on the work they have just done for me.
    - Edgar M.
  • A
    NuHome Exteriors Inc

    Casey Beedle of Nuhome Exteriors arrived at my home on time for scheduled appointment. My home had damages to the roof, windows and siding following severe ice storm in February.

    Casey was very professional and prepared with satellite imaging report detailing my roof square footage. He estimated repair costs at time of appointment and later emailed a detailed proposal. Casey also followed up to discuss bid and answered questions.

    I would highly recommend Nuhome Exteriors.


    - Patrick B.
  • 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.
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