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  • Purchase and financing went extremely well. (The 14% finance charge may seem high, but understandable, since it is virtually impossible to get financing for a used Mobile Home.)
    The only problem related to storage was damage to be the vinyl flooring, which was likely caused by having to store the home through the winter with no heat. Not anything Pine View Homes was responsible for.
    Delivery went OK, but it would not have gone so well if our contractor had not kept a bulldozer on site.
    - Robert B.
  • He brought in two contractors who did the essential work.  These guys worked hard, quickly, and very professionally.  Mike Boucher came over to the house every day to supervise and advise further on the work.  They arrived when he said they would and they finished the job exactly on the date agreed to.
    - Monica H.
  • Evrard ran his F350 into my wife's small car. Our damage estimate was $3000!   He was very apologetic, and assured us that his insurance was excellent and would cover the damages completely. He provided the policy information, but never reported the incident to his insurance company (his tank of a vehicle was not damaged). We were forced to go through our own insurance to get necessary repairs because once the insurance company contacted him, Evrard stated that my wife drove into him! Fortunately we had a witness to refute his brazen lie, and will recover our damages.
    Based on his dishonesty and unwillingness to take responsibility for his actions, I would recommend staying far away from this contractor. The building industry is full of characters that have questionable ethics and Evrard is the poster child for that segment.
    Hire him at your peril.


    - Laure W.
  • when you go to these guys you pay three times more for a used nasty mobile home. these guys have my mom paying 50% of her monthly payment, to go to rent the other half goes to  paying down the amount owed. this has gone on too long, my mom should have had her home paid off five years ago but they continue to let my mom keep paying too much when they know what they did was wrong and wont fix it so here you go.
    - craig e.
  • The process started out okay but snowballed into a mess. 1. Asked several times for an itemized list of what we were paying for and how much (subcontractors, escavation, etc) and never got a list. 2. We owned the land and the top soil from escavation was very good. We expected it would be used to landscape the house at the end of construction. Ms Collier traded it away to the escavator without our permission or discussion of using it for payment towards the escavation costs. Now we have to pay out of pocket for top soil to be brought in. 3. Ms. Collier failed to have the escavator cover the septic properly (it was exposed). We had to call her several times to get her to have the subcontractor come back and cover the exposed part. 4. While the house was under Ms. Colliers care and contract, cracks developed in the cellar floor and walls. She refused to fix them without us paying her more money. 5. The leaks from the wall cracks were not fixed either. Ms. Collier claimed that we had leaks because we did not ask for waterproofing. This waterproofing was never offered to us. Plus we would not have water leaking in if she had fixed the wall cracks to start with. 6. Ms. Collier underestimated the cost attached to the modular home and asked us to pay more to make up for the $4000.00 error she made. We agreed to pay have of the error but regret that decission. It was her problem and she should have covered the cost on her own. 7. Ms. Collier underpaid her subcontractors and did not give them proper tax forms for their work (1099's). Thus we may not have got the best quality work. a. Hired the roofing contractor to do the wood floors. The roofing contractor then had an employee install the floors. The floor package was of a low quality grade (less than what we asked for and paid for), the employee that install the floor did a low quality work. Boards were unevenly spaced, the finish work at the walls were gapped, the floor squeaked everywhere, the nails used were not long enough to hold the floor to the subflooring to keep it from moving. We had the roofing contractor remove the floors and hire another person to install new floors at an extra cost to us. Ms Collier swore up and down that the original floor was done correctly and refused to correct the problems. b. We had a friend that is a Master Electrician. We suggested Ms. Collier talk to him to see if they could come to an agreement on the electrical work and may be hire our friend. She hired the electrician. We paid her to have him put the wiring from the pole to the house underground. We had to reminder several times to pay him for it. The work he did that came under her cost from the house estimate, she didn't want to pay. Used the excuse that the electrician charged too much and that we hired him not her. Ms. Collier would only pay $500 for the final bill and then told the electricain to bill us because we hired him. The electrician ended up taking her to small claims court. At the court hearing Ms. Collier told the judge that she didn't hire the electrician and she doesn't give any of her subcontractors IRS form 1099 to show that she hired and paid them. c. We found out after the construction that the foundation installer also was undercut for the work. He accepted less do to the economy and the lack of work. 8. Ms. Collier told us that we would go to the worksite several times a week to make sure things were getting done. Didn't happen. We were there more than she was to see what the progress that the contractors were doing what was needed. We would ask the workers if she had been around. They would usually say they had not seen her for days at a time. 9. Ms. Collier also didn't following up with the contractors unless we called and questioned her all the time as to what was being done. A lot of times we dealt with the workers rather than play phone tag. 10. There were mistakes in the house order given to the modular home manufacturer. a. The floor patterns for the bathrooms were reversed. We were able to correct it because we happened to go to the factory during the first day or two of construction. We saw the flooring was wrong and the representative pulled our house order to look at. Ms. Collier had inverted the info. We had the papers we gave her to show the representative what we had ordered. b. We wanted a kitchen corner cabinet with shelves and not a lazy susan. We got a lazy susan. We asked to have it changed. The manufacturer said the Ms. Collier did not request one. After she and the manufacturer tossed the blame back and forth for a month, it was too late to have it changed. Removing the cabinet would of caused us to have part of the wood flooring pulled up and have the formica top redone. Ms. Collier said she would have asked for more money to do this. There is more but I feel the above info is fair warning for those who do business with AD Builders/Stacey Collier.
    - Lisa T.
  • I interviewed at least 7 contractors to replace a very old worn out roof on our 100+ year old home and garage and repair or replace the vinyl siding on our house. We needed a lot of little things done around the exterior also and Bruce was very professional and gave us a very good estimate - that he stuck too. Bruce and his team arrived when they said they would, worked methodically and cleaned up each evening after themselves. He gave us a clear estimate for the materials and labor and completed the job very nicely. Brought pictures of work he had done. There were two small issues that cropped up after completion and he returned and fixed the issues. I thought his prices were fair and his work was professional. He stands behind his work. I would and in fact, plan on hiring him again this spring to do some more work.
    - Maryanne P.
  • Perfectly!
    - J B.
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    - Lynn G.
  • From taking a crude sketch to providing extra construction details he all season team provided excellent customer service, timely performed, skilled craftsman ship and outstanding value.
    - Vaikko A.
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    - Angel V.
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