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  • We had a great experience with Steve Powell in building a bedroom, closet, 1/2 bath and storage room in basement.  We had a very specific timeline to work with, and Steve bent over backwards to accommodate these deadlines.  The bathroom took creativity to work around the various pipes and angles, etc. but Steve took it all in stride.  He was easy going and easy to work with.  As one friend observed, "It's too good of a tape job; I can't find any studs".  Steve is willing to take on both small and large jobs.  Recommended.
    - Kathleen R.
  • They did a good job. They were really friendly, professional and easy to deal with.  There were a couple of things that we chose to do ourselves because they were too high. They gave us a time period and finished it in that time period.
    - Timothy K.
  • Our roof and gutters were damage by a hail storm in June of 2011.  We had an insurance adjuster come April 1, 2012.  April 12, Gary from Altmann Roofing and Construction came out and did an estimate.  On April 23, roofers showed up without anyone ever notifying us.  On April 24, Gary came by to pick up the check.  On April 25, Rusty Altmann, the owner of the company called us to inform us he fired Gary and we needed to get our check back from Gary and pay him directly.  I called Gary, who called me back drunk and threatened me.  We stopped payment on the check and sent Rusty a new check for $3905.67 for our roof and gutters.  The gutters had not yet been repaired. 
    On April 28, the roof was hit by another hail storm.  Rusty called us April 30 and told us he would take great care of us personally due to what we had been through with Gary.  He then sent out a subcontractor to fix our gutters.  Rusty came on May 23 and did a new estimate for our roof and garage door.  He then told us there was an overage from the first job of $247.82 and he would send us a check.  The estimate also deducted the gutters.  In July he finally sent a subcontractor  to replace our garage door.  He then called my husband and left him a message that he did not want to do our roof any longer.  My husband returned his call and got his voicemail.  A couple of weeks later, Rusty called and said he was willing to do our flat roof.  My husband told him he wanted the whole roof replaced.  Rusty told my husband he was really busy because of the storm and he would get back with him. 
    In October, I called Rusty and left him a voicemail asking when we could get our roof done.  He called me back November 3.  I asked him to call my husband and set it up.  My husband called him and left him messages on his voicemail on November 6 and November 9.  Rusty called me back on November 30.  At that time I told him that we no longer wanted him to do our roof because of the delays and never getting the refund for the overage paid and asked him to send me a bill for the garage door.  He said he would check on it the following Monday and send me a bill.  We did not get a bill.
    On January 8, 2013, Rusty called me and told me that I owed him for the garage door, the gutters and a 20 percent cancelation fee.  I have read the contract thoroughly and there is nothing about a cancelation fee.  I have advised him that he has been paid for the gutters in the first job and what date he was paid.  I have also told him that he never sent us a check for the $247.82 that he owes us.  On January 18 he offered to come by and pick up a check for these things, that he had never sent us a bill for.  I asked him to send a bill please.  On January 25, I called Rusty to discuss the bill.  I again told him that we had already paid for the gutters.  I told him I would be happy to pay for the garage door and that he had never sent us a check for the overage.  He told me that he was filing a lien on my house.  I told him I would contact the Better Business Bureau.  He began to cuss me up one side and down the next.  He then gave the phone to his girlfriend, Christine.  She told me that Rusty told her we were drunks and that he had gotten drunk with us while he was doing our estimate.  (He did smoke in my house without permission and made my house stink.)  She also told me that I slur my words on the phone.  She told me I need to join AA.  She told me that they pay for their A+ rating with the BBB and they would not take a complaint from me just because I cannot pay my bills.
    And we still don't have a new roof.  And we've been double billed.  I have the canceled checks, the insurance claims and paperwork, the estimates and contracts from Altmann Roofing, the four different Final Bills from Altmann Roofing.And now on top of everything else, it is raining cats and dogs. Guess what, the roof is leaking. We can see light at our chimney in an unfinished area of our house. Never use this company.
    - Alison F.
  • We were adding a new kitchen with a new bedroom and bathroom above.  He was slow at returning calls, doing the work, and was inconsistent with when he showed up.  Construction started over 1 year ago now.
    The last $10,000 payment we gave him was applied towards NOTHING!  We then couldn't get a hold of him for months.  He never got the permits he was suppose to. 
    We finally hired someone else and it has cost us $25,000 to get what Doug Cotton did up to code and back to Zero (where we thought we were when Doug quit returning our calls and stopped showing up. That was in July. 
    we now have a shell that Doug built.  Part of the roof construction, all of the plumbing, and part of the concrete flow had to pulled up to meet code.  We paid Doug for connecting to the sewer,which he said he already paid to MSD, but he lied.  We have now spent over $76,000 on a kitchen, bedroom and bathroom and all we have is a shell.  No drywall, no heating, plumbing not complete, no HVAC, no flooring, no cabinets, no fixtures....
    He messed up on measuring and had to build a dormer into the older part of the house.  He used scraps of wood and it leaks every time it rains.  Ruining not only a wood floor, but through whole floor and into the dining room below.

    - Brenda S.
  • Gabe is easy to work with, prompt and professional. He provided all the framing & trimwork, installed doors and countertop, made appropriate structural changes to accommodate bar between living room and kitchen, Supervised electrical, plumbing, and HVAC work. We were very happy with the results.
    - Kathleen R.
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    - Carol H.
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