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  • A
    Slam Hammer Construction
    From first contact through a lot of unknown ups and downs Owner Tom Ledesma and his crew went above and beyond on 2 complete bathroom remodels and laundry room redesign. Can not recommend them and thank them enough. The quality of work their expertise and communications. Able to contact and kept up to date on all the phases of work Would definitely recommend. Will for sure be calling Slam Hammer for all upcoming projects !
    - Maureen H.
  • A
    Canton Construction Corp
    They fixed around our dormer and correct flashing around it. Since the other company had not. This also took care of several leaks in our home. They also fixed the rough in upstairs for a remodel. Everything that had been done by a previous company was completely wrong and would not pass inspection. Canton Construction fixed everything and did a great job. The bathroom is beautiful and is exactly what we wanted. All the services they subcontracted were all wonderful. Everything passed the first time.
    - Constance O.
  • C
    Canton Construction Corp
    This is a bit of a complicated review to write. Because in some aspects, they went above and beyond and on other aspects it was terrible. But at the end of the day, I think it was ultimately a lack of proper communication that led to all the issues. 
    We purchased our first house last year that needs a lot of work. The first of which was a leak in the side of the house that rotted out insulation as well as the stud in the corner of the house that needed to be repaired. We also needed new drywall all throughout our family room as well as the kitchen ceiling. We were debating doing the drywall ourselves but wanted to get pricing for everything, as well as a potential bathroom remodel which is something that needs to be done soon. 
    We had someone contact us very soon after writing them an e-mail. They came out and provided us with two options: a repair of the stud for $300 or a repair/drywall for $2400. I asked clearly if the $2400 was the price for both the repair and the drywall and was told yes. When I received the written contract, it said $2700. I e-mailed back and asked him about the discrepancy as well as another issue and he did not address the difference in cost at the time. 
    I was told then I would be receiving a call from someone to get things started. After a week, I never received that call, so I e-mailed him again. At this point he responded very quickly and said that they would start the job on a specific date. I replied back and asked about whether or not wood boards that were attached to the ceiling needed to be removed and he said he would make the determination when he got there. This was the extent of the communication I received about expectations from me. 
    When the workers arrived, I was in a mad dash moving things around because I sincerely did not know what the expectations were in regards to our furniture, personal belongings, etc. This is my first time getting work done and I simply had no idea what I needed to do to prepare and I erroneously expected more guidance, especially after I was told that he would make the determination on whether or not I needed to personally remove these wood beams on my own. I suppose I made the assumption that further instruction would be given at that time. 
    The workers were all incredibly friendly and helped me out in getting everything moved around, so that was much appreciated.
    The problem truly arose when the person who did the sanding of the mud did not cover anything in the house and there was dust EVERYWHERE in the house. When I called to complain about this, I was told there is not a lot that can be done about such things and it's a result of the furnace being on. Which is completely untrue because in the rooms where the doors were shut, there was no dust in there at all. When he stopped by to take a look at it, he realized that the sanding job was not very good and had people come in on a Sunday to finish it up. One of the workers expressed complete shock that the person who did the sanding covered NOTHING up. I appreciated his candor.
    The supervisor, who was also my point of contact, did say that it was partially his fault for not letting me know to cover things up but one of the reasons it was such a problem was because nothing was covered up implying that this was also partially my fault. But he did have a cleaning lady come in and clean much of the dust in the rooms where the work was being performed but there was still a lot of cleaning I needed to do in some of the other rooms. 
    Another problem I had was in the corner that was repaired, there was water coming in around the floor that made a significant portion of the floor and drywall damp. He told me that this was nothing to worry about, despite the fact that I was hoping that everything was repaired. He said it was probably a roof issue and had to do with the icing on the roof. At no prompting, he did have some guys come over and de-ice portions of the roof which I thought was very generous.
    When it was all over he said that if I found any spots that needed to be sanded down, just to give him a call and let him know and they would fix them. There were a few spots but I didn't think it was worth giving them a call. 
    When I e-mailed to both confirm who to make the check out to as well as if the $2400 I was originally quoted was okay, he simply replied "yes" to the e-mail. So I assumed that it was a yes to both questions. But after he picked up the $2400 I received a call with him asking me how they ended up doing the family room ceiling since it wasn't on the write up he e-mailed over to me. Which wouldn't have made sense to NOT do because the kitchen and the family room shared a ceiling and the family room was the one with a rotted out corner so it essentially HAD to be done. Because I didn't fight the write up harder when it was written, I did agree to give the additional $300 and wrote out that check as well. But I did not appreciate the insinuation that I tricked them into doing more work than was originally agreed upon, especially because in our initial conversation, they mentioned they'd be able to trim out the door and pull out the outlets since the drywall was being reskinned and everything would be recessed back into the drywall, and given that was never done, it caused us more work on our own to do. 
    When all was said and done, it looked pretty good. I didn't have any real issues with it with the exception of a few spots that I was in fact told I could call them back on. Having guys come out and de-ice my roof was very nice. But the communication was very poor through much of this and having a cleaning lady come out I felt was a slight admission that something was wrong, especially since one of the workers told me the guy who had done the sanding was new and was doing a terrible, terrible job at other homes which is why they were called in. Had I heard this from the supervisor along with an apology instead of placing the blame on the furnace and my neglecting to move everything out of the room, I would have been much happier. Ultimately, I don't think I'd get more work done from this company as the issues with communication made things difficult and expectations were not clearly laid out.
    - Sean D.
  • A
    Rapid renovations llc
    justin gave us a good deal and had his guys in there right away to get all the updates done to one of our rental units in St Clair Shores. We will use his crews again in other units down the road if needed.
    - Janine O.
  • A
    Put a Smile on Your Place Construction
    My husband and I contacted more than 3 contractors for the bathroom remodel.   We chose Ted because he was quick to respond to our request, was knowledgeable about the project, gave a detailed written estimate of the project (including start and finish time), expected to work with city permits and inspections, and applied no pressure to expand the project and make it more costly.
    My husband and I are extremely pleased with the bathroom project.  Ted was courteous, friendly, informative and knowledgeable about the project .  His design ideas were very helpful.  The remodel  took a total of about 3 weeks (only because we worked with city inspectors).  He kept us informed of the project daily and  accurately planned work progress.   Always, we were told when to expect the workers and they came at the anticipated times.
    The members of Ted's team were exemplary in  their work, attitude and competence.
    From demolition to cleanup, Ted's crew was excellent.    He has our highest  recommendation.
    - joanne c.
  • A
    Extraordinary Kitchens
    DAY 1
    1. We had arranged that a neighbor would let their crew in while my wife and I were working
    2. Arrived on time
    3. Different crew members performed different tasks simultaneously:
        Close existing doorway
        Move cabinets
        Move electric outlets
        Remove old countertop and install new countertop
        Remove old cabinet hardware and install new hardware (hinges, cabinet and draw pulls, hooks)
        Start the refacing process

    (I was amazed by the fact that I would never have known that the cabinets were refaced
    compared to the appearance of a new cabinet)

    4. Clean up after Day 1 work

    DAY 2
    5. Complete the new electric outlets, install new light fixtures
    6. Continue refacing cabinets
    7. Clean up after Day 2 work

    DAY 3
    8. Complete refacing cabinets
    9. Clean up after Day 3 work
    10. Perform detailed inspection of workmanship and verify all requirements of quote and drawings were complete
    - Tom B.
  • A
    You Got A Guy Construction LLC
    My husband and I were very impressed by the work done by Terry, owner and operator, of You Got A Guy Construction and all the subcontractors that worked on this project in our home. Our bathroom is beautiful. Terry was very professional and courteous while working in our home. He cleaned the area every night before leaving so we could enjoy our home as much as possible during the construction. We were also impressed at his time managment. The entire project was completed within 2 weeks time as promised. You Got A Guy Construction's bid was very competitive and Terry stuck to our price point faithfully throughout  the project. We will be happy to use You Got A Guy Construction again for future remodeling needs. We have no complaints and were very happy with the service we received.
    - Kristen S.
  • B
    Cherry Building Co
    The estimate was too high. He seemed to have a very narrow list of materials he liked to use and thats fine for him but didn't work out for us.
    - Kristen S.
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