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  • A
    Accurate Exteriors
    It went very well!! My home is absolutely beautiful now!! Had the work done approx. 7 years ago and you can't even tell looks like it was done just yesterday. Couldn't be any happier. Would hire again in a heartbeat!!
    - Sierra G.
  • A
    TimberLine Creations
    This company is all about quality and customer satisfaction. Kolter contacted me on same day I requested the bid. The installers Bo and Jess were precisely meticulous -arriving on time each day being extremely careful of my home environment ( plants, etc.) Abas quickly applied finishing touches. They did an amazing home makeover! Hire this team-You will not be disappointed!
    - Lee T.
  • A
    Adrenalin Contractors
    They finished the job, and I had asked them to maybe do a few small jobs around the house for me, they agreed and did not charge me anything for the extra work. So I asked them to build a guest house for us, and the work they did was absolutely outstanding. The best I have seen yet.
    - Lani P.
  • F
    Matt Welch
    We hired Matt and 8/17 and started writing checks as he wanted to be paid upfront for materials. To date I have written $26,577.24 in checks total. The last check was written to him on 11/21/2017 and it is now February 2018. Total job was for almost $36,000. Contract stated $17,900 up front and $17,900 upon completion. So far I do have a new roof and he did fix the leak in my kitchen and do mud and texture but that job started almost 2 weeks after he promised to start with no responses to text messages after we paid a baby sitter over $300 to watch our twins and he never showed. I sent him an email 11/8/17 and threatened to fire him after his 3rd no show and no response and requested a refund so he promised to show. He felt bad and promised to install new light fixtures I didn't ask for (I paid for them, he installed). He is nice, charming and promises to do all these "extras" which can seem great at the time. I have requested written quotes on additional work that I need and never received, he just ball parks the figures and tells me I'll charge you around $x.00 or we'll work something out. Since November he abandoned my job until January to complete other projects (two out of town, several in town) and had multiple issues with his crew. He never arrives on time to the job site. I still do not have 4 of my windows or even proof he paid for them and the 6 he did order were the wrong size and he installed the front windows and they don't line up. He had his employee rip off the layers of asbestos and lap board siding and exterior trim off of my house and I had a 2 inch hole leading outside around my front door and a hole above my one year old son's crib that was not addressed by him for over a week and a half and I had to shove plastic bags into the openings to keep out the cold because he wouldn't answer my texts regarding that. His "crew" show up and "work" for 2-3 hours and now I am dealing with them stealing equipment from the job site and holding it hostage from him until he pays them! The job site is sloppy, we have dogs and there are nails and broken wood everywhere and they broke a basement window and didn't tell me. I have texted him 6 times this month and not once did he respond until I again threatened to fire him for failure to deliver supplies that I paid for - a $7816 siding check and a check for $3800 for windows. Last Wednesday he finally showed with siding and 6 of the 10 windows I paid for (again wrong size, supposed to be 72 * 32 and showed up with 63 by 34) and refuses to show me a receipt for them which I need for my tax return. He wanted $3000.00 more last week for materials and payroll and showed up at my work 2 times and yelled at me and threatened to leave doors and windows not installed unless I gave him the money. He also threatened to rip materials off of my home because I wouldn't give him more money. He started the siding on my house but it doesn't line up and is off by 2 inches and he is nailing at the top of the shingles instead of the nail line so all of the shingles are loose and also chipped where he cut them! He had some former employee barge into my living room this past weekend and get in a fight in front of my boyfriend and I, my 11 year old daughter, and my 1 year old twins which really upset my children and I. I found out he is not licensed or insured and never obtained any permits for my home. When I confronted him he told me I was supposed to get the permits, not him. There are things in the contract that he is charging for that haven't been done, such as installing rain gutters as my roof was done 4 months ago. Not ONE project he has started has been finished. A kitchen with no leak BUT cabinets were not rehung have GIANT BOXES in my kitchen and he left multiple tools all in a pile and the project was started in October (it is now February). He told me is tired of me threatening to fire him (I have threatened two times now including last week) and told me I should be grateful and texted me nonstop for almost a week demanding more money. Hopefully I will be able to get my materials but he won't tell me who he ordered through so I have no proof the materials are paid for or even ordered at this point. I am so tired of his excuses and just want the job done. He started installing siding and it is not lining up properly and I pointed it out to him and he doesn't see what I'm talking about even though on one side of the door the siding is 2 inches below the other side which I also have photos of. I looked him up on Angie's List and BBB after I started having major issues and see these other reviews so this is a pattern for him, not just the first time. Big mistake and one I will not make again. I have told him multiple times that his financial, staffing and equipment issues are not my problem, I am a customer. I plan on consulting with an attorney to find out what, if any, legal any recourse I may have; although if I take that route I am likely never going to see a penny of what I paid in advance refunded to me. Bottom line: Do NOT hire this guy unless you have no rush on your timeline and don't mind projects not being completed and want to throw money away. If you do, make sure to have him put a time frame on the contract and go with him to buy supplies. Do not be fooled by his promises to do extra work. On 2/4/2018 he swore up and down gutters would be installed and yesterday he did a no call, no show and of course materials are not there. The insurance job is $35,935.15 and I believe Matt owes me at least 10,000 for work paid for that was not completed. I have filed multiple complaints, will be filing a police report, and plan on taking him to court to wait in line for my money. I have multiple pictures of the incomplete work and hundreds of text messages including ones that tell me I am "screwing him" and being unreasonable. The employee he fought with at my home came back the next day and took 3 ladders and screamed at me that Matt has a gambling problem and owes him $1200! Update: I am firing Matt and hiring someone new. He does not have alicense, insurance or permits as per his own contract and the licenses he is trying to show me expired 4/2017 which I have confirmed through the state by calling and speaking to someone he referred me to talk to. I now have to pay someone else to finish the job.
    - Selinda T.
  • A
    JRB Construction Inc
    Unfortunately the job took longer than anticipated but considering it was the middle of October when they started we had some weather to deal with. They also ran into problems that couldn���t be seen and that Jeff didn't ignore and just cover up. Once the old siding was removed areas of dry rot were found that needed to be fixed before going any further. There was also a gap in the foundation between the original house and the addition that had to be filled to prevent water from running into the crawlspace under the addition. We had hoped the old insulation, what there was of it from 1949, could be replaced without removing all of the outer wall covering but that wasn't possible. It was found that all of the windows that were installed when the vinyl siding was put on weren't anchored, they were just held in with caulking, so they had to be put in properly before the new siding could be put on. Also, the doors that were put in then weren't installed properly so that too had to be fixed. There was tile on the floor in front of the front door and while fixing that door Jeff broke one of the tiles. He was very apologetic, but I told him I was glad he broke one. I hated that tile but didn���t have a real valid reason to replace it. It just no longer went with the carpet we had installed back in 2015 due to major water damage after repairs were done due to hail damage - that work was NOT done by JRB but by someone my insurance company recommended so I had to hire JRB to fix that. The whole project took a little over 2 months but we are extremely satisfied. After this last cold snap we noticed that the furnace didn't run nearly as much as it did last winter, and the house is much warmer so we are very happy we did the insulation. They also found that some of the gutters needed to be replaced. Rocky Mountain Gutters was contracted to do that. We are very happy with the work that JRB did and our house now looks like a new house.
    - Sandy K.
  • A
    Big Sky Exterior Designs Inc
    Very well. The representative, Dan, was exceptional. He returned phone calls and addressed any concerns we had in a timely manner. The work crew was also exceptional. Dell, the foreman, was very easy to deal with and was willing to do whatever it took to make us happy. They did excellent work. We have had some very bad experiences with contractors so it was a real pleasure working with someone who knew what they were doing. I'd highly recommend them.
    - Terri D.
  • F
    Singh Contracting, Inc.
    This work was done while I was also in the process of selling the home. So the work didn't even start until I had moved out and the buyers were renting the house until all the work was completed, being Signh dragged their feet. It was 6 months from when the hail damage occurred before he finished the work that he decided to complete. At the first meeting, I had listed what needed done and what I was going to do. He then added things I had already completed to insurance bids, saying it hadn't been completed. He did numerous bids into the insurance, saying that "I changed my mind" and he needed to add things. At the end he did not do the front of the garage because he said he had a conversation with the buyers and they decided that they didn't want the front of the garage done. Note: They were not owners of the house, nor did they have a contract to make the decisions, or the insurance claim on the house. I had also specifically mentioned, prior to signing a contract with him, that I was to make all decisions on the house...that he was working for me, and not the buyers (being I didn't want any surprise bills associated with upgrades). To add to it, the buyers were asking when the front of the garage was going to be done. So, I'm guessing the conversation never occurred, he just choose not to do work that he was contracted to complete. This was how things went, there were several items he had listed on the claim to complete, that he did not the end he did the roof and most of the siding. Jesse was also VERY unprofessional when it came time for payment. He would demand payments as soon as the last nail was in. Prior to providing any itemized invoice, and if I asked for an itemized invoice, he would insult me by saying that "I was playing games" and threaten to put a lien on the house at my cost. He also forced me to cancel a check, because I mailed it to the address on the contract and invoices, instead of his AZ PO Box that he had listed in an email. He also had conversations with the buyers about my payments. His crew was also very unprofessional. The buyers reported the crew urinating on the bushes (Note: the house faces an elementary school playground - so inappropriate on multiple levels!). While doing the roof, they dropped equipment and damage the ceiling in the living room. Jesse did repair the ceiling. But not before demanding payment prior to the repair being made. He also did not submit the bid to the insurance prior to completing the work, but expected me to come up with the cash immediately. Even without allowing time for inspection of the work or for me to receive payment from the insurance for the work. Even the siding was done poorly, and a second crew had to come out to fix the mistakes of the first. By this time the buyers just wanted to be done with the construction. So, the rest of the claim wasn't completed (including the front of the garage siding and wrap on doors). I have never given a poor rating before...however, I do feel that people need to be aware that even though Singh Contracting has an A+ rating on the BBB, they are not someone you want to work with. I would not wish this on my worst enemy!
    - Michelle M.
  • A
    Sprague Construction Roofing, LLC
    Sprague was GREAT. Work was done in a prompt and professional manner. The roof replacement took one day! We had to wait for siding to arrive from the supplier, but once it was in the siding was completed in as just a short amount of time. The gutter crew not only replace out gutters, they added an additional downspout to take care of the runoff from a long side of the roof! Our contact person was Gavin Gleich and he was ALWAYS in touch with us giving us updates. Jack Sprague and his company have our roofing business as long as we live here in Billings!
    - Roger G.
  • A
    Lynnrich Seamless Siding Windows & Doors
    We were extremely pleased with the quality of the products as well as the installation. There were 3 different teams associated with the project. All 3 teams were very professional in their approach to their particular work project. They took pride in what they were doing. It was obvious throughout the project that our satisfaction was important to them. They were detail oriented making sure everything was square and matched perfectly. We would definitely hire them again. We highly recommend the folks at Lynnrich.
    - Mike S.
  • A
    Winkler Construction
    The work went great on the house. There was some nails left over after everything but Keith came by personally to make sure that there were no nails. He also told us to bill him in case we got a flat tire due to the nails
    - Kayle M.
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