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    Palmer Construction
    Palmer Construction is a Lansing, MI, based company, serving the General Lansing Area and family run company since 1997. Focus on quality installations and value to the customer. We strives to achieve its defined Mission, Vision, Core Values, Service Standards. By recognizing our failures, having fallen short of our lofty goals, we find grace in making improvements to become better at serving others, in hopes of having a positive impact on our industry (Roofing & Residential Construction). We focus our services to residential exterior (Roofing, Siding, Windows & Decks) and Restoration (Fire, Water, Storm, home insurance related construction)
    - Dan C.
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    Carpentry Plus Building Inc
    We cannot say enough good things about Carpentry Plus. We were extremely pleased with their expertise, professionalism, and work. In addition, Brad and his family are so friendly and personable that we felt like they were old friends. We hired them to put vinyl siding on our 2-story wood house and 2-car garage. As the work proceeded we discovered that there was extensive water damage to the wood in several places on both the house and garage. These included the chimney, the three-season room, and the bottom plate around the perimeter of the garage walls. As a master carpenter Brad Green resolved these issues in a creative and effective way. After replacing all the rotted wood in these areas, he installed flashing around the garage and closed-in three-seasons room to help prevent future damage. The three-seasons room was in such seriously bad shape that it almost needed to be rebuilt. All these issues added a lot of extra work and time to the project. Brad let us know every step of the way what was happening with the job and we were grateful that Brad agreed to take the time to do the extra work--well beyond the original agreement. We have not had any water in the garage since the work was completed and we are so happy to have our three-seasons room repaired. And the siding looks beautiful generating compliments from our neighbors. Really great attention to detail!
    - John C.
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    Teachout Builders Inc & Teachout Roofing Inc
    Excellent. I cannot overstate what a fine job TBI did. The quality of work, attention to detail, professionalism, communication- all of the highest degree. They clearly take pride in their work, and it shows. They left the job site clean and tidy every day. They were respectful of us and our home. They were easy to talk with and work through everything from the original design to the inevitable surprises that pop up in a large project on a 60-year-old house. They are currently painting the interior trim, and I will have them back to do some interior work. Quality people doing quality work.
    - Joan N.
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    I cannot say enough great things about Al's work. I thought I was going to be in a bind when a different company became non-responsive however through Thumbtack I found Al and his company and he was very easy to work with. He met me at the job site to take a look at the repair needed on my schedule and provided instant feedback on what would need to be done along with an initial time estimate. His quote was competitive and the work was top notch. No complaints on the repair whatsoever, for a fix that included external siding, internal drywall, window replacement, and paint, among other things. On top of it, he was professional and very easy to work with. I would highly recommend Al for contracting and construction needs.
    - Jeff B.
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    SBR Contractors LLC
    Steve and SBR Contractors are in one word "amazing." Their work was meticulous and completed ahead of schedule. Steve keeps you updated throughout the project. Could not have been a better experience.
    - Michael S.
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    Jimmerson Roofing Co
    We selected Jimmerson over several other bids due to his strong reputation on Angie's list, the competitiveness of his bid, and the quality/brand of shingles he provides. Overall tear-off and replacement of roof and gutters, and fascia/soffit repair went reasonably well, although the crew left a lot more garbage (cigarette butts, food and pop bottles, and general roofing debris) in our yard than the last time we had a roof done on another property.
    More significantly, there were misunderstandings with the foreman about what size of bathroom and kitchen range hood vent to install, and the location of the vent.  For the bathroom, they installed a 3 inch vent even though I asked for a 4 inch one; to their credit, the existing fan was a 3 inch, but I told them we were replacing it with a 4 inch one, and they still put a 3 inch one in. They were willing to fix it once we pointed out that it wasn't what we had asked for.  For the kitchen range hood vent, they installed it in the wrong part of the roof. I offered to show the foreman exactly where it should go, but he assured me they could figure it out. Well, they didn't. They put new decking right over the round hole from the previous kitchen vent, and put the new one in a good 6-8 feet away. Later the foreman told me he hadn't wanted me to show him exactly where the kitchen vent was because it involved going into the attic, and he didn't want to make me, the homeowner, do that during the summer.  I offered to do it because I was willing to. It was my idea. Again, when we complained, Jimmerson's workers put the vent in the correct spot above the kitchen. The kitchen vent was supposed to be a six inch vent, and we told them so, but they went and installed an 8 inch vent instead, and said they looked for 6 inch vents at Home Depot but didn't see any. I later looked on Home Depot's website and saw they were available, but it was too late. Luckily, we were able to find a reducer that linked Jimmerson's 8 inch duct to our 6 inch vent, and I installed it myself.
    The gutter replacement was subcontracted to someone else. That person left a gap of several inches in one place in the gutterguards we had installed--leaving a hole large enough to let debris and/or critters get inside the gutters, under the gutter guards. We complained about this and someone came back promptly to seal the gap.
    Once the roof was done, we noticed a spot along the garage where the drip edge wasn't nailed down properly. There were streams of light pouring into the attic where there hadn't been any light coming in before. John Jimmerson observed this himself and added some nails to seal the gap.
    A few weeks later, a squirrel got into the house and caused several hundred dollars of damage to our new kitchen floor. There was supposed to be a wire trap on the bathroom fan vent to keep critters out, but the squirrel had pulled it off and gotten inside. Jimmerson came back once again and put metal cages around the bathroom and kitchen vents. One week later, two more squirrels got inside our house. We had never had any evidence of squirrels before getting the new roof, and now there were three within one week, and two were after Jimmerson put extra critter cages on our roof. We called again and someone came out and nailed down many more sections of loose drip edge that were still flimsy enough to let determined critters inside.
    About 2 months after the new roof had been installed, a water stain appeared on our dining room ceiling after a heavy rain.  We had just repainted the ceiling in that room about a month earlier, so we were certain the stain was brand new. Our plumber happened to be at the house that day for another project, and graciously climbed up into the attic and discovered that there were gaps around the soil stack that were letting water into the attic. We called Jimmerson yet again and he came back and resealed around the stack.
    So, within a span of 4 months, this company had to return to our house 5 times to address problems with the new roof. To their credit, they have always been responsive and prompt about coming back to our house when we've had problems. Still, I have relatively little confidence that there won't be any future problems with this roof.  They've got our money now, but at least we have their number.
    Update: Now, it is December 2015, a year later, and the weather is turning cold. We AGAIN have squirrels in our attic, and, as previously stated, there were none before we had the new roof put on. Thoroughly disappointed and frustrated with this contractor.
    - Aaron O.
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    Elieff Brothers Roofing Inc
    Workers showed up as scheduled and on time, were quiet and courteous. They worked efficiently and cleaned up the debris every day.  When rain was forecast, the company made sure we knew when to expect the workers after the rain ceased.  We are pleased with the results.
    - Lorrie B.
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    Palmer Construction
    Everything went OK with the gutter guards and gutters.  However, the attic insulation was a disappointment.  I have moisture problems in the attic and made it very clear that I wanted baffles installed and was generally worried about having proper ventilation in the attic.  The person who did the attic did an OK job insulating everything with blow-in insulation, BUT the baffles were not installed well and are clearly plugged with insulation.  I don't know if they were just hoping I wouldn't be able to check easily, or what.  Anyway, the soffit vents have been rendered useless -- I'll have to pay someone else who cares more to come out and properly install baffles/build boxes to keep the insulation off of the soffit vents.
    My C grade is A for the gutters + D for the attic insulation.

    - Tsvetanka S.
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    PAUL DAVIS RESTORATION - Ann Arbor (Washtenaw)
    Went well, work completed on schedule.  One glitch: Caulk around the in wall air conditioning unit did not adhere properly due to the temperature, when it rained the water ran down between the exterior and interior wall. I still gave them an A rating because they did come back out and correct the problem.
    - Cynthia T.
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    Palmer Construction
    Quick response to request for estimate. Personal visit with estimate and samples less than 5 days later. Provided all documentation. Called before scheduled date start to go over plans again.  Came out with "crew" on Day 1 and walked through project. Along with workers, there were trucks and a dumpster. Everything that was to be trash was removed and taken away at the end of the first day. All materials and equipment were carefully and safely stored each night.  They cleaned up every day. Workers stayed on task, would answer questions if approached.  They were excellent, hard working young men who were perfectionists with measuring, their task/talents and with clean up. The job was finished on time as scheduled.  Would definitely use Palmer again, or anyone they would recommend if it was a job they can't or wouldn't take on.
    - Dave R.
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