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Home Builder reviews in Burnsville

  • A
    Construct All Corporation
    I can say enough about the work done by Construct-All.  Both Jason, their Project Manager and Colin, their painter were easy to deal with and responsive to my questions and issues.  What is most important, is Colin is an excellent craftsman who did an absolutely outstanding job.  The entryway, living room, dining room and kitchen looked like new construction; in fact, better than it did when it was new.  We enjoyed working with Colin.  He worked diligently but always had time to visit a bit and let us know what to expect.  I would recommend Construct-All to anyone, we had a very positive experience with them.
    - Ronald W.
  • D
    Cedar Custom Builders & Remodelers, Inc.

    It went SLOW really slow,  it took all summer for them to finish.  In actuality the roof took 1 day. The Painting 2,  the deck 2 days, the gutters 1 day, the fence and shed I ended up repairing myself.  The reason I did the work myself on the Fence and Shed was, when George came over with the contract to sign, he had left out the repairs on those items and I decided instead of having to wait for George to rewrite a new contract I would do it myself and save some Money. 


    Roof like I said 1 day no problems , two flat tires because they did not get all the nails.

    Painting 2 days, but it turned into 3 because I had to call them back to paint the Garage door, they did not paint it.  So then I noticed that the trim had not been painted either.  Easy to tell when I painted the house 2 years ago I used gloss. George with out asking decided that flat was the way to go, (cheaper) the trim is still all painted with gloss paint.  The painters where also suppose to brush in instead of just spaying because of the siding we have ( it is notched in every 8 inches up and down). George told me they would have to brush the notched parts.  According to my neighbor whom watch them paint my house a paint brush was never used.  I get to paint the trim myself this summer.


    Gutters 1 day,  he had someone else do this work, all the garbage from the old gutters was left in my yard, and one downspout was never installed.  The garbage we did call about and George came the next week and hauled it away, I also told him about the downspout.   I will be buying and installing that downspout. 


    Deck,  painting it was great .  The problem was that a railing cap board (the decorative cut board that goes on top the railing spinals)   George told us that because he would not be able to find a board mitered the same could he make something up , it would be nice he said and he would make a spot for drinks to go on.  He put a 2 by 6 on top and stained it.  Looks Terrible.  I will admit that I said fine when he finally brought it over to fix the piece, but that was only because I wanted it all to be over. I decided it was why less stressful and time consuming  if I were just to finish of fix everything they did not do or did s*****.   Then to fight to have them do what they said and where being paid to do. 


    Shed,, I did and turned out well, but George decided to take the Money the insurance company gave us to fix it for Himself.

    So as I found out if you have a Mortgage and your have damage to your house the insurance Money , will go to your Mortgage

    company, US Bank in this case and they will do everything in their power to make it a living h*** for you to get any of your money to fix the house that they are so worried being fixed.  I will review them next.   So the way George was able to steel over $400 dollars from us, was we had given him permission threw the bank to be able to call and find out where his next draw was. It was suppose to make it easier on us.  He could call and chew them out about where his money was.  Turns out he also told them he was due about $423 dollars more then he was, for the final check.




    - Joseph O.
  • F
    JAMES BARTON DESIGN-BUILD INC
    We initially planned to work with James Barton Design/Build on insurance work and on a remodeling project.  We completed the insurance work with James Barton, but after working with them, decided against doing any more business with them.  First, James Barton pressured us to sign a contract after the first walk-through (and yes, it was a red flag, one that we ignored because they were recommended by an acquaintance).  Once the contract was signed however,  communicating with the staff became incredibly difficult.  They don't listen.  This happened in trying to schedule meetings, and in listening to us about what we thought the problems were with the insurance work that they did for us.  One example is that my husband indicated that there was a problem with wetness behind the laundry room wall. James Marsden, the owner and principle estimator, scoffed at this, saying that he had tons of experience and that my husband needn't  worry about any wetness behind the wall.  Of course there was wetness behind the wall, which necessitated a delay for the wood to dry out.  The wetness issue was identified by the drywall team.  In the most surprising incident that occurred, we woke up one morning to find the key that we had given the company representative in the front door, waiting for anyone to use it and walk in.  We don't know why something so egregiously unsafe occurred, but the company gave an anemic apology.  That incident, and others, led us to decide against using them beyond the insurance work; we decided that we did not want to have them do the remodeling work.  We then requested our deposit of $6,000 (paid for the design and remodeling work) be returned.  We even said that we would accept a portion of that amount since the company had done some measuring work.  They refused to return the deposit, citing their contract, which states that they do not return the deposit for the design work if a plan has been shown to the client.  Yet, the company never showed us a design. (And, despite paying the design fee, you don't get the plan.)  I can't help but wonder if they even completed one.  The bottom line is to avoid James Barton Design/Build like the plague that they are.
    - Bryant A.
  • A
    TruMasters
    Trent at TruMasters acted as the contractor for my home remodel project. He sat down with me to determine what I wanted and needed, and gave me a "menu" from which to order. He has connections to all the professionals in the Twin Cities who provide the highest quality work at the most reasonable cost, which enabled me to afford every item on the menu! All the work was done as scheduled, on time, and perfectly. It's better than I even imagined. The attention to detail is amazing; Trent insisted that the flooring installers take up and replace the molding around the fireplace because he didn't think it looked as good as it should, even when I thought it looked fine. When it was corrected, thought, I could see that he was right. He pointed out areas that needed attention, and also pointed out when I was spending too much money!

    Trent is going to come out once a year and sit down with me to discuss any house projects that need to be completed, as well as any weekly, monthly, or annual maintenance I might need in the span of a year. He'll roll everything into one price, then divide it into 12 monthly payments. I love this idea, because I won't have to be stuck paying for a large project all at once. I also don't have to get estimates for each project; Trent takes care of that. I just tell him when I want each project to happen, and he arranges everything. Ultimately, the cost is less than what I would pay if I were hiring people to do each individual job. If anything extra should come up during the year, I just call.
    - SUZI M.
  • A
    Honeydo Expectations
    unknown
    - Kathleen J.
  • A
    BAHR CONSTRUCTION
    Fantastic...Dave was great to work with!
    - Karl F.
  • F
    DDK Construction Inc
    lections
    - mark a.
  • A
    LARRY HAWES CONSTRUCTION
    Overall experience was excellent.
    - FREDERICA L.
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