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  • A
    Paul Beck from Beck Builders came out and went thoroughly over what I wanted to have done and gave me an estimate.. This was a complete remodel including tearing out the bathroom and kitchen and reconfiguring both. I had the bath redone so it would be accessible as well as my bedroom door widened for the same purpose. I had all the bath fixtures ripped out and had a tile shower installed and tile floor as well as new lighting, accessible toilet and vanity installed. They also had to reconfigure my linen closet and bedroom closet in order to make a pocket door into the bathroom to make it accessible. They also redid the closets in the other 2 bedrooms as well. All the living room, dining area and bedrooms had new carpet installed and new baseboards and window trim. The kitchen was gutted and new cabinets, new island, new lighting, new microwave and new countertops installed. They also tiled and sealed my mud room and installed new baseboards and railings on both the mudroom stairs and my stairs going downstairs. And they removed all the popcorn ceilings from my house (bedrooms and living room). Then they repainted everything and cleaned the whole upstairs. They also provided me with a storage container for all the upstairs furniture and helped me both pack and unpack the upstairs and move everything in and out. They also made sure that I had a comfortable situation with the downstairs where I stayed during the remodel. Tony was the supervisor on this remodel and I found he was always responsive to any concerns or changes I had. He and Paul are both easy to work with and go out of their way to go the extra mile for their customers. This was true also of every subcontractor they had working on my house. I am very happy with the result and have to say that they made the remodel very easy to go through. I would highly recommend them to anyone looking for excellent work for a reasonable price.
    - Mary K.
  • D
    Ron Lords (president of Eagle's Landing Real Estate & Eagle's Landing Legal
    Services) was hired to build a house to our specifications and serve as the
    general contractor (he purchased the land and obtained the constrution loan,
    then sold us the finished product; this is how he does most of his home sales).
    Being the general contractor, he hired other people to do the actual
    building/construction of the home (many of these people are relatives of
    his/his wife and they use family members of all ages to do some of the work [at
    times, there were 10-17 year old kids putting shingles on our roof, putting
    siding on, painting, and most likely other things that were done while we were
    not present at the construction site]). Because he is also a licensed real
    estate agent, he served as the dual real estate agent (represented both himself
    as "the seller" and us as "the buyer"). Not related to this
    situation, but worth mentioning, he is also an attorney. 
                   
    Things started going wrong after we had already signed the buy-sell agreement
    and provided a down payment; but before we knew how much we had been misled (we
    didn't realize this until it was too late, 10 days after we had already closed
    on the house). Ron discovered that the particular lot that we had chosen in the
    subdivision needed a special septic system, which happened to be much more
    expensive that he had originally planned for; however, had he looked through
    the documents that were provided to him when he purchased the land, he would
    have known this and could have planned accordingly. Due to the added cost of
    this the septic system, from that time forward, Ron was not very cooperative or
    pleasant to work with. 
                   
    A copy of the covenants were also reportedly provided to Ron when he purchased
    the land (as reported by the owner's of the other lots in the subdivision). Ron
    decided not to inform us that there were covenants, nor provide us with a copy
    of them. Prior to us choosing the land where we wanted to build, we explained
    to Ron that we had 5 dogs, planned to eventually get horses and chickens and
    wanted to have plenty of room between us and our neighbors. Ron explained that
    he had 1 acre lots available in the subdivision he owned, but there were also
    many other homes there already. This is why we ended up choosing a piece of
    land (did not belong to Ron, he had to purchase it) that was just under 2 acres
    and in a subdivision that didn't have any homes built in it yet. Ron told us
    that most places allow for one livestock animal per acre and said this was most
    likely what would be allowed on this property. Being first time home buyers and
    given that he had built multiple homes before on various pieces of property, we
    didn't bother to question this or ask for proof of what was allowed, we just
    assumed (Yes, we know it is a MAJOR mistake to assume anything) he knew what he
    was talking about. 
                   
    While the home was being built, we had multiple issues with the quality of work
    being performed. In, this should have been expected since we were told the home
    would take only 9 weeks to build. There also seemed to be a communication
    problem between Ron and the actual contractors building the home. We had
    requested a window be put in the garage from the very beginning; however, while
    the house was being framed, we noticed there was no window and questioned the
    contractor about it. He reported that Ron never told him about the window to be
    put in the garage. 
    Additionally, the home loan we decided to use was a VA (Veteran's
    Administration) Loan designed for first time home owners which also had an
    amazing interest rate (2.004% APR). Due to the extensive amount of paperwork
    and hoops that we/our mortgage company had to jump through, it ended up taking
    a total of about 12 weeks from start to finish for the house and all paperwork
    to be completed. We closed on the house as soon as we could and were exstatic
    to be home owners! Ten days after closing (1st week in August, 2012), the owner's
    of the subdivision met my husband at the mailboxes at the end of the road on
    his way home from work. They said that we had too many dogs for the covenants.
    My husband explained  that Ron didn't tell us there were any covenants and
    that we had never seen a copy of them either. We were totally blind-sided by
    this and were very upset that we potentially may have to get rid of all but one
    of our dogs. The owner's of the subdivision didn't pursue the issue any further
    until just a few weeks ago (beginning of April 2013). Due to Ron's
    unprofessional conduct and lack of correctly doing his job, we are now being
    forced to abide by the covenants and must find new homes for 3 of our 4 dogs.
    We are not upset with the owner's of the subdivision because it is their right
    to hold whatever covenants they want. However, it is very frustrating that we
    were misled and taken advantage of by Ron Lords. 
                   
    We did try to discuss this issue with Ron. Our first attempt was by text
    message; Ron did not reply. The same text message was sent a second time; again
    it was ignored. We know Ron has the abilty to send/receive texts because he had
    used that form of communication just a few days prior to us trying to contact
    him regarding this issue. At this time, I began contacting local attorneys
    trying to figure out what our options were. What we found out was
    disheartening. First of all, most attorneys refuse/aren't very willing to take
    on another attorney. Secondly, we really didn't have leg to stand on because we
    had signed the preliminary title documents stating that we knew/agreed to all
    information related to our particular land/lot. (We didn't find out until 2
    weeks ago that in the Buy/Sell agreement we had signed, there was a title
    contingency. This contingency stated that once we received the preliminary
    title documents, we had 10 days to accept or reject the contract.) Once again,
    Ron did not provide us with the preliminary title documents so we had no way of
    knowing that there were covenants (and no way of backing out of the deal).
    Also, there is no way to prove that we didn't see these documents because it is
    not required that you sign anything saying you saw/received a copy of them. We
    didn’t see these documents until the day that we closed on the house and even then,
    there was not a copy of the covenants in the closing documents. 
                   
    We understand that it is not the title company's responsibilty to provide us
    with the coventants because they assume that the realtor has done his/her job
    correctly….. this was NOT the case in our situation. Ron knowingly did not tell
    us about the covenants because he knew we would not purchase the home had we
    been aware of them, and therefore, inappropriately performed his job as a
    licensed real estate agent. He has poor morals and will do whatever it takes to
    make a buck. My husband and I were very upset about the entire situation and I
    really wanted to know why Ron didn't inform us of the covenants. I called him a
    week ago and asked him that exact question. He told me that we had seen the
    coventants and that there was a copy of them in our file at his office. We DID
    NOT see the covenants prior to purchasing the house and just because there may
    be a copy of the covenants in our file now, doesn't mean we ever saw them. At any
    point, he can put whatever he wants in our file but there is no proof that we
    saw every document he says is in our file. We also just saw him in the grocery
    store the other day and his excuse this time was that he had showed them to us
    and we forgot we had seen them. That sure doesn't make sense because had we
    seen them, we would never have purchased the house to begin with! 
    To sum everything up, here are the ways in which Ron Lords mistreated and took
    advantage of us: He did not inform us there were covenants. He did not provide
    us with the preliminary title documents, therefore, not allowing us appropriate
    access to the contingency listed in the Buy/Sell agreement. He took advantage
    of the fact that we were first time home buyers and hadn't ever been through
    the home buying process. He lied to us by saying we had seen the covenants,
    that they were in our file and that we had just forgotten we'd seen them. As a
    result of these things, we are going to sell our home (and ultimately lose the
    amazing interest rate that we will never have access to again) because we will
    not be able to live the life we want on this property.
    - Karissa R.
  • A
    Hopper's remodeled my bathroom in June 2013.  He replaced a fiberglass shower stall with a tile one, removed an old compressed wood vanity and formica top and replaced it with a wooden vanity and marble countertop.  He also removed the old medicine chest and replaced it with a very nice wooden one.  As with all remodeling projects, there were surprises.  When he tore out the fiberglass shower, he discovered that all the wood underneath was rotted.  That had to be replaced first.  Nate takes setbacks like this in stride, and perseveres until the job is done right.  He even met me at Home Depot to help me pick out tile and vanities and faucets.  At every step of the way he asked me my opinion about different things.  I am very tall, and  he took great care to make sure that the shower stall hardware and vanity height were customized just right for me.  He raised the vanity about 2 inches off the floor so it would be high enough for me.  I was also very pleased with the artistic license I allowed him to take in designing tile patterns and selecting colors and designs both in the shower stall as well as on the floor in front of the shower.  After everything had been finished, he textured and repainted the entire bathroom.  What a perfectionist!  I love my bathroom!
    - Carla S.
  • A
    Each of the three projects were handled in the most professional manner with excellent workmanship.  The complete remodel of the old farmhouse involved duplication of existing architectural details as well as an extension of the house including both a kitchen and bathroom replacement.  The barn to residence conversion involved adding structural elements, new floors, kitchen, and two bathrooms while retaining the character of the old barn.  On the exterior the siding, trim, and roof were replaced.  A covered patio was also added.  The project was done on time and on budget.  Steve and his crew were completely flexible to my schedule and easy to work with.  Steve was always there with his crew, both working and supervising.  Nothing was left to chance.  I recommend him without hesitation.
    - Susan L.
  • C
    His bid was for the shelter was for 16 hrs work - he completed the work in 8 hours without reducing his price; in fact he demanded 15% over the bid price and would not explain why he was charging more. We paid $100/hour for this job. Altho the beam required less material and less time than estimated Jerry demanded 30% over the bid price and would not explain why he was charging more. Stay away from this guy unless you have deep pockets
    - JUDITH H.
  • B
    Although we took a commitment from Paul that our new flooring would be covered and protected the whole job was done without any protection seriously damaging $5000. of flooring; when asked why he did not protect the floor which he knew had just been installed he offered no explanation and would not paid for the reoairs, The sheetrock finish is poor, there is joint compound on adjacent walls, ceilings and floors. Don't let him in your house - let him frame the barn or garage tho
    - JUDITH H.
  • A
    They were very professional and did a great job we are very happy with there quality of work and will be hiring them again for some more repairs we need done
    - Wendy H.
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    - PHYLLIS G.
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    - Mary K.
  • B
    Work was done quickly and according to my plans even with changes occurring mid way through the build out.
    - Lucas P.
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