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  • A
    Ben's Garage Doors
    Ben was available within 24 hours of being contacted and arrived on time and took care of oiling the garage door and assessing its viability. He repaired the sensor rather than replacing it as that would be an expensive undertaking. He also taught me how to program the garage door keypad.
    - Freyja H.
  • F
    CAROLINA CUSTOM BUILDERS
    Terrible! The concrete cracked, our septic line was crushed, the workers put out their cigarettes in our pond and left the butts floating and the discarded nails were so numerous, we paid our nephew .10 cents a nail and he made $50! We had to spend $10k to have the septic line repaired and they refused to take responsibility for their error. After we took them to court, the judge said that they were responsible but since they were working with the Wake County inspectors, it absolved them of any wrong doing. DO NOT USE THESE PEOPLE! You get what you pay for!
    - Adina L.
  • A
    deft and level
    Scott started by scheduling an appointment to review my requirements at my house. He was on time and came prepared with questions. Scott uses architectural software to design and scope all of his projects. I really liked his approach to creating detailed drawings for three key reasons: 1. Scott will work directly with you to do the initial rough-out of your project during the appointment, and will fill in the details afterwards. The initial appointment for my project took roughly 20-25 minutes. 2. After our first appointment, Scott sent me detailed drawings of my project. The drawings were in 3D and included exact measurements. He also included images of soccer balls, basketballs and other objects that I intended to keep on the shelves to help me visualize the end product. I liked the drawings because they put me at ease that he knew exactly what I wanted. 3. Doing a detailed drawing allows Scott to accurately estimate the materials needed to complete my project, reducing the cost and speeding up time to completion. Scott completed the project ahead of schedule and promptly set a time to deliver and install in my garage. He showed up on time and quickly installed the shelves. Everything fit properly - there were no surprises. The end product matched the drawing. The craftsmanship was high quality, detailed and exact.
    - Brian C.
  • F
    Reilly's Handyman Services
    Long story short, they brought a criminal into my house that attempted to steal my belongings, and lied to his supervisor about it even after being caught red-handed.  On top of that, the end result was very lousy on closer inspection!
    Long story long, I was pleased with their responsiveness to my inquiry on getting the work done.  The owner was timely when arriving for my estimate, and seemed very professional.  I felt like we came to a good understanding and a fair price for the work to be done.  I put a $350 deposit down that day.  I was informed that I would receive a call in about 2 weeks with a proposed work date.  All of that happened as expected, and the "crew" arrived at the stated time.  The crew consisted of a supervisor and a worker.
    From literally the moment I opened my door, I was put off by the worker.  As I answered the door, he took a last drag from his cigarette and threw it down onto my front porch.  I briefly considered closing the door at that point, but decided to overlook the first impression of littering at my doorstep.  The crew got work quickly enough, but the worker unfortunately needed his pants to be riding a lot higher.  There was an excessive amount of moon in my living room if you know what I mean.
    I continued to work at my desk while they worked in the other room.  The men moved between my carport, through my garage and kitchen, to the work area, and back all day.  That afternoon, the supervisor pulls me aside and mentions all of the tools that I have in my garage.  I tell him a bit about the work I have done to my house, thinking he is just making conversation.  
    The supervisor asks me about some pneumatic nailers that I have in my garage.  I notice that the larger brad nailer is missing from its spot on the shelf.  The supervisor says that he noticed it among the worker's tools, and that it stood out to him because it looked much newer than the rest of his tools.  I described what mine looked like, and he confirmed that was it.  The supervisor had seen him by my shelves, and when he asked why the worker claimed that the homeowner - me - had told him there were nails there to use (which I had not).  Upon further questioning after consulting me, the worker claimed that he had mistaken the nailer for his own which he claims is just like it but he left it at home.  Despite this, the worker had already written his initials on my tool in permanent marker!  After this confrontation, the supervisor sent the worker away, and reassured me that he would be fired.  My concern at this point is what else may have been taken, and that now a criminal knows where I live, how to get in my house, and what stuff I have inside.
    The supervisor does a bit more work, but admittedly appeared at a loss of how to resolve the situation.  I am not a confrontational person, so I really just wanted him to finish and leave, not really having the gravity of the situation sunk in yet.  In his defense, he asked me to look at the work and give it my approval.  Mostly just wanting this company out of my house, I said it looked fine and he left apologetically.  In his defense, if he had not noticed the theft the criminal would have been successful.
    Today I planned to do the painting, and found that on closer inspection the work is terrible.  Trim pieces can be wiggled and moved by hand.  There were multiple nails that had not been set.  There were massive gaps or uneven surfaces all over.  They had damaged and poorly repaired dry wall around the windows.  The had not really done any finish work at all.  No caulk, no sanding, nothing.  I expected to only have to come in and put a coat of paint on everything, maybe caulk a seam or two, but instead I am doing far more in attempt to cover up or repair the shoddy workmanship as best as possible.  Perhaps a lot of this was due to the worker's focus on what he could take from my house instead of what he was working on.  At the end of the day, I could probably make the work look okay with a bit of effort on my part.  Perhaps I was not clear with my expectations during the estimate.
    Ultimately, my concern lies with the fact that this company brought a dirt bag criminal into my home where my 2 year old son and my wife sleep at night.  That criminal knows what we have, and knows where I live, and there is nothing that can be done about that now.  I had expected a call from the owner before now to offer a formal apology of some kind, but that has not happened.  At this point, I have to be comfortable knowing that my Springfield is loaded and my dog is alert at night; and that I do not have to deal with this company again.
    My advice is to ask what kind of background checks or screening are done by companies that bring people into your home.  I certainly will in the future.
    - Jeffrey B.
  • F
    Ncshedpros.com
    .Cancelled my project, but continues to build sheds for others without extended my family the same opportunity.
    I had verbally contracted RDUSHEDS on August 10th 2015, to build me a 12X12 shed on my property in Apex NC. We had an agreed set price, and a day assigned for my project (Originally Aug.18th), so I invested time and money preparing my sight based on our verbal contract. On the day of the 18th, I received an e-mail from my RDUSHEDS contact claiming they couldn't build my shed that day do to escalating weather conditions. I understood and asked to reschedule the project for another date. We rescheduled the project for August 29th which was a Saturday. On August 19th, I reached out to RDUSHEDS via e-mail to ask how much it would cost to add "hardy plank" siding to my project. Instead of receiving a cost estimate back, I got an e-mail from my contact at RDUSHEDS thanking me for the opportunity, but declining to further go forward with building my shed. Puzzled, I attempted to call my contact at RDUSHEDS, but got his voice mail which I left a message(Called twice). He never returned my calls. I responded to the e-mail I received, asking why my project had been cancelled so abruptly without a reason. I received a reply back stating that for medical reasons, they could no longer commit to building my shed. I understood the situation and wished them good health going forward, but asked that he contact me should they get back into building sheds. I later found out that RDUSHEDS continued to build sheds for customers after the fact and still does to this day. They've posted projects completed via social media, and continues to take work requests via their website. I know others who have received quote request responses back from RDUSHEDS which further identifies that they are still building. Unfortunately no one from RDUSHEDS has returned my inquiries asking if I could get my shed built. To this day I still don't know the real reason why my project was ultimately cancelled, and why RDUSHEDS continues to ignore my requests for business. I feel as though I'm being discriminated on for some reason.
    I have filed a complaint with the BBB, and the company responded with a lie stating they told me they didn't service my area.
    See below the e-mail where the accepted my project.
    From:<ralsheds@gmail.com>
    Date:Mon, Aug 10, 2015 at 10:36 AM
    Subject:Re: RduSheds.com Schedule
    We have you on the schedule for Tuesday the 18th, we will be there between 9-9:30 weather permitting.
    www.rdusheds.com
    On Aug 10, 2015 9:41 AM, "" <info@rdusheds.com> wrote:
    To: Webmaster
    From:
    Brian C
    Phone #
    Address
    City
    Apex
    Zip
    27539
    Message:
    12X12x6 shed 60in double doors $1,980.00
    Leveling Fee $60.00
    Ramp (May be a wash on price depending on leveling per Tom over the phone) $75.00
    Ridge Vent $40.00
    Vinyl Window $140.00
    2/6 floor joists upgrade $100.00
    Trim Kit $80.00
    Loft Package(Bumps up roof pitch to 6/12 with 7ft walls to create a 4X12 loft $210.00
    Possible total:(No tax due to current special) $2,685.00
    The shed will need to be level as there is a decline in grade towards the rear 
    of the shed. The difference in grade is about 20in.
    The build site is roughly 160 ft off the main road straight on. 
    You would park on the street(not on the grass because of irrigation lines), and 
    carry the material to the site. The site is ready to go. An electrical outlet
    is roughly 110 feet from the site, and I have both electrical cords and a generator 
    with fuel at your disposal.
    I want the door and window installed on the front side of the building, not the gable side.
    Similar to the picture of the one you have on the front page of your website.
    And it looks like they've done this before given a review on here from 2014
    A very dishonest company in my opinion.
    - Brian C.
  • A
    Rochester Contracting Network
    Tony and Danise from Rochester Contracting Network  (RCN) did a fantastic job remodeling our downstairs bathroom.  Danise helped me bring out my vague ideas for a tile wainscoting into a finished design, which Tony expertly installed.   All of the subcontractors involved are chosen with RCN's high standards in mind.   I still smile every time I walk into my new bathroom.
    - Robert S.
  • A
    Mike Fusco Builder
    Went exactly as committed to. Very high quality work, no short cuts. Kept good control of project and any sub-contractors used. Always showed considerable concern on doing the job right.
    Came up with own excellent ideas on how best to use the space available and closet, arched entry, and stairs came out beyond expectations. If you want someone to trust and know that the job is going to be done right, I'll go to this contractor all the time.
    - Garry K.
  • A
    Pease Painting & Remodeling
    He's a very honest, straightfoward guy. His wife is a really great designer. She laid out and designed the room in a way that made sense and cost less than it would have to run plumbing all around the room.
    - Judy I.
  • A
    GARAGES & ADDITIONS BY DALE
    Dale did an excellent job and was a pleasure to work with. He and his crew exceeded all of our expectations, and the work and materials were of the highest quality. There were no surprises, and despite adverse weather conditions he completed the job in a timely manner.
    - Dave T.
  • A
    CAROLINA YARD BARNS
    unknown
    - JAMES L.
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