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  • A
    Gibson's Grading And Construction
    Work went great! David and his Father showed up when they said they would, completed the work within the estimated time period and kept me informed during the entire process. David also provided some good advice on the asphalt estimates we were securing. Very pleased with his work as well as his professionalism and friendliness!
    - Rodney H.
  • A
    Boles Garage Door Service, LLC
    Mr. Boles was prompt, efficient and knowledgable. He answered my questions, made adjustments to my garage door sensors, and talked to me about general maintenance that I could periodically perform. I liked him, and would hire again.
    - Gretchen H.
  • A
    I called at 9:30 AM on Saturday.They answered and was told that they would arrive between 11 and 2:00 on Saturday. They arrived at 11:15, looked at the problem and indicated what was needed and the cost for the service. The cost was what I expected. They removed the old springs and replaced them and adjusted the hardware and the open and close switches so that the door works perfectly. They also advised on problems that may occur in the future. The door is old- at least 30 years and the springs, motor drive is of the same vintage. They knew this old equipment and placed back in service properly. It is a pleasure to have such service people who reply, show up as scheduled and perform the work honestly. I would recommend their service without any hesitation. Keep up the excellent work.
    - chet p.
  • C
    Gibson's Grading And Construction
    After I left a second voice mail message the following day, he emailed me that he was out of town and would get back in touch with me the following week.  The following week he emailed me that he was booked until January!  So if you need any work done this year, I would recommend you find someone else!
    - Leah R.
  • A
    Highland Door Co
    Owner, Clark Cross called ahead of time and was there when the appointment was scheduled. After inspecting the
    doors, discovered spring plate problems and reattached the plates. Checked the springs for wear and told us 16 year old garage door springs were rare. He gave us an estimate to replace the springs and rollers (using neopreme) and gave us a deal when we want to do the job (no pressure).
    We believe Clark saved us from a garage door catasrophy. He was personable, knowledgeable and very affordable. He's our garage guy and we would recommend him highly to anyone in need of highly competent service.

    - William B.
  • D
    Ken Swensen
    It did not go well at all. For the
    amount of money we spent, everything should have been pristine and absolutely
    perfect. It is not. The work began in June of 2012 and nearly two years after
    the major construction was finished, it is still not up to the standard we have
    every right to expect.
    First, the contractor is from Asheville and we live in Brevard, In hindsight,
    this was probably a poor choice, but we were impressed by his 80+ "A" ratings
    reviews on Angie's list.
    The contractor was only rarely on the site (less than once a week over a six-month
    project. When he was on the site, he extracted from us a $75 trip charge in
    addition to our agreed upon cost-plus.
    There was no foreman, which meant that we were constantly being pestered with
    questions despite his promises that we would be required to answer no
    questions. I work at home and the entire summer was a total loss in terms of
    being able to get any work done.
    One example: The framers seriously misread the
    architect's plans and incorrectly framed the windows in the addition.
    Fortunately, I was on site and was able to stop it before it went too far. The
    misframing of the shower and laundry room due to failure to follow the same architectural
    drawings was not discovered until it was too late to remedy without
    considerable expense, so our shower was smaller than designed, which has caused
    other problems, including that the shower head is not where it was originally
    designed, but is now far away from the shower doorway, necessitating the shower
    taker to turn on the water and run like h*** to escape a cascade of cold water
    until the hot water arrives from the distant demand water heater. There?s lots more,
    but you get the idea.
    Since we were neophytes as this sort of project, we asked for his
    direction on what, when and how we would need to do things as the project moved
    on, i.e. when we would need to pack up and move things, how to minimize the
    disruption in our lives, when we should order certain items (like the bathtub),
    etc. We agreed that the entire addition would be complete and occupiable before
    work was started in the existing house, a promise that was not kept and
    resulted in the entire house being a wreck for a couple of months.
    Primarily, we said we wanted the moving
    of the two kitchens to be minimally disruptive. We were promised the up[stairs
    kitchen would be moved downstairs and we wouldn't be without a kitchen for more
    than ?three or four days at most." We specified that no kitchen work would
    take place on the week when our granddaughters were visiting, but we had
    literally been home with them for an hour when we got a message that the
    kitchen would be demoed in two days --forcing me to find someone to take
    care of the children AND hire people to help me pack the entire kitchen. The
    straw that broke the camel's back and almost caused us to fire him was the
    response, "It will get done when it gets done," in answer to our
    question about the lack of any kitchen at all two weeks later.
    There were many similar examples of the
    contractor's failure to listen to our needs and wishes and failure of planning,
    including the need to move most of our household goods at least twice and some
    things were moved as many as four times, simply because he didn't anticipate
    what space would be needed and when. This caused not only added expense, but
    added stress in an already stressful situation.
    We continued and, to be frank, the quality of the work was mediocre at best.
    The concrete garage floor had major cracks before the work was even complete,
    which he told us was ?normal.? Mitering and caulking of moldings were shoddy in
    many places. He used inexperienced laborers to do stucco work, which meant it
    had to be re-done three times before it was nominally satisfactory. Pieces of
    cedar siding fell off within a couple of months. Electricians installed outlets
    that were not level and were a variety of colors. The tiling in the master bath
    (which took an agonizing and expensive two full weeks) was either completely
    unsealed or only nominally sealed despite our specification that we wanted
    30-year grout sealer. (The tiler told us the 30-year sealer was ?too much
    trouble.?) We have been unable to clean it, even with bleach solution. 
    At one point, I found the $35/hour carpenter
    sweeping and cleaning the construction site and carrying out boxes while the
    $10 an hour laborer (the contractor?s teenaged son, BTW) sunbathed in the yard
    with this earphones on. Trim pieces were never installed at the tops of the
    kitchen cabinets, leaving unsightly gaps. Cracks have appeared in sheet rock just
    installed. The cork floor in the kitchen is seriously scratched and may need to
    be replaced because we listened to the flooring company owner (another of the
    contractor?s sons) that it would not scratch ?unless we had pet wolverines.? We
    do have dogs, and if we were aware that the floor would be so severely damaged
    by normal walking on the floor, we would have had it sealed. Paint has flaked
    off the walls four feet off the floor in one of the bathrooms, which the
    contractor attributes to our dogs, as he does the flaking paint on the basement
    staircase stair risers. I?m not entirely how gymnastically talented he thinks our dogs are, but this borders on
    the absurd. The list goes on and on.
    The continuing issue: When the garage
    was framed in, there was a post right in the middle. That would have made it
    difficult, if not impossible, to park both cars in the garage and be able to
    open the doors. We pointed out this problem on the very first day the post was
    installed and he promised he would speak with the architect and remedy the
    situation. Despite numerous questions and comments throughout the following
    months, the work progressed and eventually the garage was sheetrocked and
    painted with the offending post still in place. At one point, he even suggested
    that we wait until all of the inspections were complete and then ?just take out
    the post.? He assured us that the worst thing that would happen was that the
    floors would squeak a little.  We were horrified.
    Finally work was complete in December 2012 and we paid the final
    installment in good faith because he promised he would ?take care of the post
    in the garage right away.
    Finally, in January of 2014 (13 months
    later), a crew appeared and installed steel plates on both sides of the garage
    beam, (in response to the specifications of an engineer we hired after the
    fact). We had agreed to pay the materials cost for the steel plates, approximately
    $550 and he would provide the labor.
    Since 13 months had passed since the
    completion of the major part of the work, we felt it was only fair to withhold
    that $550 until all of the work and punchlist items were completed. Included on
    that list were minor things: Dealing with the cracks in the sheetrock (which on
    the fly in January, we now learn had been patched with  caulk and never sanded or painted), the grout
    in the shower, the trim pieces on the kitchen cabinets, filling the hole where
    the garage post had been, correcting the misalignment of the garage door caused
    by the installation of the steel beam supports, some paint flaking due to
    improper prep work and a few other things. He promised he?d be back within a
    week to finish the punchlist and we agreed to pay him the $550 steel materials
    cost at the time.
    We heard nothing for more than three months,
    despite several e-mails. Finally he responded that he would come and complete
    the work that he felt was warranted (not everything on the punch list) AFTER we
    paid him. Trying to keep our tempers under control in late May, we asked him
    to delineate what work he thought was fair. His answer was that he would
    prepare a list, but that we would see quick action as soon as we sent him a
    Based on our experience of the 13-month lag in getting the garage post removed,
    we wanted to see the whites of his eyes before we gave him any more money.
    We assured him that we would pay him the $550 on the spot the moment his workers appeared with all of the
    material needed to complete the work on the punchlist. 
    Let?s get real here, we are talking
    about $550 on a $130,000 project and we by that time were 18 months after the
    major work was completed and he was paid! The last e-mail from him came on June
    26, again promising to prepare the list of things to be completed and be here
    in early July. We have heard nothing since.
    We think we have gone far beyond the
    realm of fairness and reason in dealing with this contractor. We have been more
    than patient and we have tried every avenue to complete this job to everyone?s
    satisfaction.  We?ve given him every
    benefit of the doubt and have waited far beyond what is reasonable for this
    project to be complete. We?ve barely skimmed the surface here, but we think this
    is sufficient to justify our poor rating for this contractor. We?ll be very
    interested in hearing his response.

    - Kathleen B.
  • A
    Pisgah Asphalt Paving

    We live in a gated community.  The driveway sealer process is paid for by our maintenance fees.  It is done approximately every 5 years.

    Upon arrival, they swept and cleaned the entire driveway.  They then sealed all the cracks with hot tar.  They then thoroughly sealed the driveway.  They carefully covered all edges. We have sealed our driveway in other homes but this job was done to perfection.  It was also done in a timely fashion.

    - William D.
  • A
    Slab Science LLC
    Will and Ron drilled a series of 3/8 inch holes through our garage floor.  First he inserted dial indicators into some of the holes to detect motion and then injected polyurethane into other holes.  One by one, it was a slow process.  We did not ask him to lift or level our floor, only to fill the voids and stabilize the soil under the slab.  He did an excellent job by injected only enough material to "just" indicate motion without actually lifting.  When finished they filled the holes with patching concrete so that they can not be easily seen, almost invisible.  No more hollow sounds or vibration in the slab.
    - David J.
  • A
    Visions Of Stone
    Kevin Cobb (proprietor) replaced the walkway first. We were very impressed with his professionalism, honesty, and imaginative craftsmanship; we decided to contract with him the the retaining wall. Kevin took care of all permitting issues; his design and construction drew continuous praise from neighbors and passersby; the quality of the work and the engineering behind the beautiful facade affirmed our trust in him. Always punctual, his employees courteous; the cleanup left the site significantly better-looking than when he began!
    - Dave R.
  • A
    Sweetwater Concepts
    Chris Allen is very professional and innovative.        In 2006, he
    designed and executed a wonderful waterfall with three drops to help
    with privacy from our neighbors.   He returned to replace the water pump
    when needed.     Chris also built a beautiful retaining wall for
    us.     Chris maintains our landscaping as well.    He is a class act!
    - Pamela H.
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  • 1993

    110 Sycamore Dr
    Mauldin, South Carolina
  • 1st Line Supplies

    2712 Spartanburg Hwy
    East Flat Rock, North Carolina