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  • A
    Clor Construction
    Brad always does an exceptional job. He is the first person we call whenever we need anything done around the house, whether it be a small or large project. He always takes special care with any project he is working on, and will go above and beyond to make sure that his customer is happy. I would highly recommend Brad for any home projects you may need.
    - Traci S.
  • F
    Crest Homes Real Estate And Building Company Llc
    After nearly 18 months it is STILL not finished & we have a lien on our house because Dave hasn't paid a vendor even after we naively paid him everything, even well over the contract price, he didn't pay the vendors we gave him money to pay. I cannot say anything good about Crest, even their 'design' people, our laundry is a total mess.
    - Rhonda T.
  • A
    Catlin Construction & Renovation LLC
    We would have gone with him, except he came out and then disappeared. We tried to get him again to come back out. We wanted to go with him and he didn't answer calls that he'd come back and didn't. He came out for the estimate and we were really happy with him. We called him back to do the job and he didn't return our calls. There was no cost for the estimate. We were impressed with him. When he came out, he was punctual. He seemed good. I'd be leery that he came out and he sold us on what he could do and then when we wanted to go with him, he never answered our calls which makes me think that if he did the work for us, would he disappear? I would be less likely to ever use him again.
    - JOHN M.
  • D
    Jorgensen Construction
    Bob was consistently eager to please in the early stages. However, he seemed to be in way over his head. I believe he underbid and had no idea how to recover, thinking I'd be more angry with price changes than with a shoddy result - without asking me or offering a choice. He has good wood design ideas and carpentry skills, and did some tough work putting in a massive custom new front door (which his flooring guys proceeded to ding up a couple weeks later). In the early stages he was eager to please, occasionally doing extra work to accommodate our design ideas or uncertainty. It became apparent later on that he didn't communicate well, tended to hire contractors off Craig's list (I could do that), and didn't supervise when they were here (I could do better). He started lying when he ordered trusses before measuring up to existing roof, installed all and ended up having to tear them off with sheathing after I insisted "no, a single roof surface with two pitches and two heels is not a desirable feature!" I can't count the number of times I told him how I wanted something done, and then his guys would do the job in some shortcut way totally unaware of what I had asked for. The project was promised in 6 months (admittedly ambitious), and we fired him after 18 months due to excessively shoddy quality on punch list items remaining (~20k remaining). My kids even started asking all sorts of questions like "why is this taking SO long?" and "are you going to sue him?" I will never consider working with him again, and I'm pretty sure my kids will never do a major house remodel after this. A few examples of issues from memory: - non-matching trusses ordered, all installed anyway, tried to tell me they were intended that way...??? - missed multiple scheduled meetings with me where I took off work, no notification - did not pay multiple contractors after I paid him (for [1] baseboard heat and [2] HVAC - more?) - left our house without a roof for 6 weeks, which then had $20k flood damage when a tarp blew off in a thunderstorm - then gave me a hard time when I called insurance to dry it up. - recommended a flooring guy who took 5 months to do a terrible quality finish after trying to pass wood that was 4 grades lower than what we paid for. Paid $2k to refinish floors after him. - mason put down reclaimed brick pretty far out of square, no option to redo since brick is out of production and already reclaimed once. Mortar way off color - he installed $10k fireplace, doesn't work, now out of warranty and he wasn't willing to pay for service - masonry install was so messy required $300 out of my pocket to clean up spills and debris. - cut existing roof trusses too short to fit on girder hangers; I had to call this issue out myself - drywall cut outlet & light fixture holes way oversize, rework was amateur & required re-rework by me - didn't bother with galvanized nails for exterior trim - rust streaks on carpentry - outdoor faucet drilled into concrete 2" above ground level; no room to hook up hose, not mounted securely - no shutoff provided for outside faucet with no freeze protection - roofing had exposed nails across entire ridge - interior carpentry for mantle left face screw dead center near wall When I complained to him about issues, he would just get frustrated that they didn't do what he told them and say it's hard to get good guys. But he'd be offsite while they were working... He asked for money significantly ahead of schedule near the end; I am glad I didn't pay him more than I thought I was willing to risk. The next day his pace slowed to a crawl. Every job has a punch list at the end, but he just didn't care by then. He did keep working at a snail's pace on the punch list for 6 months until I told him to stop, because the quality of every single item addressed was so low it required rework. I didn't want him in the house. He has zero supervision skills and very little conflict resolution experience (he just lies, blames, and cuts corners when it gets tough). He does seem to be a decent finish carpenter on days when he cares. However, we're having a really hard time getting other tradesmen to clean up his mess and close the job out. The process continues...
    - Gary K.
  • A
    Bloomingdale Construction
    The process went extremely well. Todd Finley provided us with an exceptionally talented group of workers that worked non stop and completed the task 3 weeks ahead of schedule( this was no small task either, considering that they had to remove walls and gutted our house down to the studs). The outcome of the remodel was beyond our expectations and the end result is beyond beautiful. Friends, family and neighbors cannot get over the transformation of our home. I would gladly hire them again, if needed, and would by all means recommend them.
    - Joel H.
  • A
    DRP Carpentry, LLC
    He was thoroughly professional and delivered high-quality work. The subfloor was installed without any issues, and 2 years hence has held up to everything.
    His quotes were not the cheapest but were reasonable. 
    This was a foreclosure, and we were amateur renovators with no idea/experience of what it takes. We had him quote some additional work apart from the kitchen subfloor (install new front door, tile in kitchen etc), but at that time (unwisely) decided to go with another contractor on the front door & tile work since the other guy was available easily (brian's schedule was busier and we'd have to wait a bit) plus he bid lower. Regretted that decision since we are sure Brian's team would have delivered a quality job in the time promised with no drama like that other contractor. 
    Will surely contact Brian for any structural and home renovation work in the future (hopefully he will have time for us:)). His recommendation for master plumber was awesome as well. Overall excellent professional and his team really is technically sound.
    - Sanchari S.
  • A
    As soon as I called my insurance company, they are one of the service providers that my insurance company recommended and they were at my condo within half an hour. They had their crew there with in an hour to start drying out my condo and getting things torn out and ready. They even worked through the night to try and keep the damage to the minimum.
    - Lisa G.
  • A
    Dunbar Construction Inc
    Great.  They took our kitchen down to the studs, took out a wall, built a granite table and redid the cabinets.  Very professional, courteous, punctual, and clean.  They finished on time and within budget.
    - Richard D.
  • A
    Dunbar Construction Inc
    Scott and his crew are amazing! So friendly, trusting, talented, hard working and overall great people! There were super easy to work with and offered many suggestions to help us make the best possible choices. They were on time every day and worked hard all day long as staying on track of schedule is very important to them. Communication was excellent throughout the whole process. I have not desire to look anywhere else for future needs and will absolutely be using them again! We highly recommend them for any construction job, big or small, they can do it all! We look forward to having them back to help us with our next renovation.
    - Jeffrey B.
  • F
    Bloomingdale Construction
    We are looking for a builder and I sent an email asking for a quote. I never received a call or email back. I realize that many builders are busy, but I did expect a courtesy call back if the company was not interested in bidding.
    - Karl A.
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