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  • A
    Dinverno Remodeling & Construction
    Josh came out and gave me a quote and he was on time and very personable. Josh was very detailed on what needed to be done and what should be done. The price that he quoted me was better than three other companies I got quotes from. He had a great crew that came out on time and on the date that he said. Everyone was great to work with and would use him for any of my other projects. I would highly recommend!
    - Brad T.
  • F
    DeVonce Custom Construction
    Buyer Beware!  Roofer is friendly, but doesn’t care about the consumer, only cares about making a profit, and lacks critical professional knowledge.   Devonce Construction replaced our roof and didn’t replace our sky lights that were 20+ years old!  We even specifically asked him to and he informed us there wasn’t a need to replace them.  Needless to say, two of the skylights leaked and now it will cost us $5000+ to make repairs.  Every professional roofer we contacted stated it is standard protocol to replace sky lights when you replace a roof –especially when they are 20 years old!  Even the trade association, who represents roofers, said this company was negligent and was shocked that they didn’t replace the sky lights.  Some may say we should have demanded they should have been replaced, but we trusted Devonce, thinking they were the “experts”.  We learned the hard way, Devonce only cares about making money and not what is right.  Since it was an insurance claim, the less they spent the more they profited.  Our bigger concern, if he cut corners this obvious to make money, what did he do that we can’t see??  I strongly recommend thinking twice before going with this company.
    - Tonya D.
  • A
    Great Lakes Homes & Remodeling, LLC

    Steve was great to work with.  He was professional and courteous.  When he and his crew discovered a problem with the new dishwasher that required the ordering of a replacement from our supplier, Steve refused to accept any amount of payment until the new dishwasher arrived and he could come back to finish the install.


    - Ronald C.
  • A
    Meadowlark Builders
    Meadowlark is an outstanding home building company with very helpful, polite, and friendly staff. They have hired an independent company to measure their customer satisfaction and their overall satisfaction rating is nearly 100%. We worked mainly with Gary in the initial stages of planning and designing a custom, green-built, energy efficient home. Gary is great and truly cares about his clients, has a passion for his job, and it is clear that he wants to make a difference by building affordable green homes. We also met with the company's architect, Melissa, who was very professional, knowledgeable and friendly as well. Overall, we met with Melissa once and Gary three or four times. The company is an expert in green building technologies, extreme energy efficiency, and solar and geothermal energy technologies. In the end, we found a previously-built home that we loved and bought, but would highly recommend Meadowlark to anyone interested in a green home. I should say that they are quite a bit more expensive than standard home building companies due to their custom and energy efficient building strategies.
    - Joseph P.
  • F
    Kulla Construction Inc
    On the positive side, Plumb Kulla, the owner of Kulla constructions is very personable, has good communication skills, is very amicable and flexible. He was willing to place various receptacles where I wanted them,  agree to include a recess in the ceiling for my projection screen, and was even kind enough to add a couple of receptacles in the rooms upstairs. Also, on the positive side, his contracted cost for this renovation was very competitive. Unfortunately, as detailed below, Kulla construction appears to have no intention to finish this job and it is  extremely unlikely that I will need to take them to court, and hire another contractor to finish the job. 
    Besides his flexibility, everything else was an absolute nightmare. This basement was supposed to be finished by Thanksgiving 2011. It is now Dec 2012 and the basement is not even close to being completed (framing in place but plumbing and electrical did not pass their respective inspections and the fixes have not been completed yet). I purchased new appliances for this basement in Nov 2011 (new washer, dryer, electric projection screen, etc.). They are in the (not heated) garage rusting and incurring weather damage. In the meantime they are out of warranty. Plumb Kulla is the most unreliable person I have ever dealt with in my entire life.  Many, many times, I have taken time off from work to meet him and he failed to show up without even a phone call. On those few occasions when he bothered to invoke an  excuse, these excuses involved his workers or subcontractors being ill, members of his family being ill, himself being ill, the weather being unfavorable, having to unexpectedly travel back to Albania for family reasons, etc.  Besides health related issues, these excuses usually offended one's intelligence. For instance, the rain  was invoked as an excuse for not showing up about 9 months ago, in March 2011, when he said he didn't show up because it was raining and the rain would ruin the dry wall that he was to bring.  Nine months and one summer later and the dry wall is not yet on site, forget of it being installed). The reality is that Plumb took up and finished many other jobs while not finishing this one. I know this because when he really intends to show up the next day for work, he has his workers leave the tools there. However, his regular modus operandi is to show up and do one day's work and then not show up for weeks. It was my mistake that I gave him a large amount of cash just after a few days of work. That clearly removed any incentive for him  to actually do the work. 
    The quality of the work is rather poor. Due to the unacceptable delays, I had other contractors coming up to give estimates for finishing the work. They pointed out a number of construction quality issues including bad framing (the studs are not aligned in places, a door frame interferes with the wall in one place, etc.). There were other important issues that I was obvious even for myself. For instance, the pluming leading from the kitchen sink was lacking the necessary minimum slope of 1/2 inch per foot required by the Universal Plumbing Code. The pipe was actually sloped in the wrong direction (going up from the sink towards the first bend, about 6 feet away). When I pointed this out, he said that will be no problem since he will install a sink disposal. Of course, that's a recipe for a disaster involving having to redo plumbing behind kitchen cabinets sooner or later. I insisted and he eventually corrected the slope. Other shortcuts where copiously used all over, such as not installing the required vents, etc. Neither the plumbing, nor the electrical passed the inspections yet, more than 14 months after starting the project. As an example, we had the electrical and plumbing inspection before Thanksgiving, on Nov 19. Several issues were identified that needed to be corrected. Plumb brought two workers and worked for one day, on Nov 26. When leaving at the end of the day, he said he will come back that week to fix a couple of more things, after which we will be ready for the second inspection. I have not heard from him for another 10 days. Eventually, after a Dec 5 deadline at work, I started calling him. He is very difficult to reach directly and his voice mail is often full. I called every day and left messages on the 5th, 6th and 7th of Nov. He eventually  called back on Sun the 9th to tell me that he will come "either Tue 11th or Wed 12th". It is now Thu 13th, he never showed up and he never bothered to call. This is his typical way of doing business. 
    There are other major quality issues that will not be pointed out by an inspector. For instance, the shower is about 2-3 inches off the middle of the respective shower wall. This would not be a big deal but the faucet is roughly in the middle which means that when you look at the shower, the two are badly misaligned, very asymmetric and giving a general impression of bad amateur work. As another example, the sewage basin goes in a hole underground and is supposed to be installed flush with the floor, was initially installed with the upper lip about 3 inches above the floor and concrete poured all around it. Luckily the plumbing inspector had him break the concrete so the collection basin could be installed flush with floor as it was supposed to be. Inspite of explaining to him right from the beginning where the washer and dryer are supposed to go, he routed the pipes for the washer a few feet away from their intended location, right in the middle of an exposed wall. When I requested that he moves them, he started to say that I am changing my mind all the time. This is completely inaccurate since the washer and dryer could not possibly be installed where the routed the pipes without completely blocking the entrance to the shower. 


    - Sorin D.
  • F
    Adaptive Building Solutions LLC
    The contractor represented himself as detail-oriented and able to do what was needed to finish the kitchen in the 6 to 8 week time estimate.  The subcontractors he chose did reasonable work, but the general contractor from Adaptive Building Solutions was often late or a no-show, usually came unprepared, and did not install an island in the correct location!  In fact, the plumber left behind three water leaks (and counting?) that damaged our new cabinets and existing drywall!  I have photographs of all this.  In addition, the project dragged out to over 15 weeks, double what he said would be the absolute maximum.  When it was time to work on the punch list Adaptive Building Solutions president wanted a final payment less about 10% of the total estimate.  I told him he would get the balance of the fee (~25% of total estimate) when the job was finished.  After this his attitude became worse and he no-showed the following week.  At that point I told him he was fired.  Since that time I have talked to experienced contractors who were amazed at Adaptive Building Solutions's workmanship and that the project dragged on for so long.
    - Thomas L.
  • A
    Biondo Design & Build
    I hired Kevin Biondo to do several projects on my vintage Cape Cod, and couldn't be happier with the results! I had my roof replaced, including the replacement of rotted roof beams, had insulation added to the attic, and had gutters and leaf guards installed. Because of the pitch of my roof, the design of the roofline itself, and the configuration of my driveway, other companies either felt that gutter installation would be impossible, or sketched designs that would have been garish and distracting. Kevin was able to design a way to install the gutters so that they were both aesthetically pleasing and efficient. He uses top quality materials that are designed to last and does not cut corners.He and his crew are meticulous, honest and conscientious. They take pride on their work and do an excellent job of communicating with you throughout the job. I was also very impressed with the effort his crews put into daily cleanup. I have several dogs, and each day the crew went around with magnets making sure no nails or debris were left on the ground that could injure them. I even saw them checking to make sure my gate was latched securely! The Biondo team's worth ethic is not something you often see these days. I give them my highest recommendation!
    Contact Info: Biondo Design and BuildEmail: biondodesignbuild@comcast.net | Phone: (248) 349-9958 | Northville, MI 48167biondodesignbuild.com
    - Lori F.
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    Crampton Homes
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    - Clark C.
  • B
    GRISSOM GARAGE BUILDERS
    unknown
    - Charlene M.
  • C
    Meadowlark Builders
    unknown
    - Karen T.
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