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    Global Fence & Gate
    They worked really hard to install our fence in the time and at the price they quoted. Global Fence & Design are really knowledgeable and helpful. The new iron pool fence looks great, and the automatic slide gate creates the type of backyard we wanted. Without Global Fence & Design, we would not have the backyard we dreamed up. The atmosphere is so nice now. We highly recommend Global Fence & Design to anyone who needs a professional team to install a fence.
    - Maria S.
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    Pamlico Fence Company
    They were very professional, and did a very nice job of working with some existing grade changes, large trees, and a propane gas tank. These fences are not inexpensive, but should give many years of service. The finished product turned out much better than if we had installed it ourselves.
    - Katherine G.
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    Winstead's Fencing LLC
    We had our fence installed by Winstead's Fence Co. We wanted a chain link fence installed and the chain link buried to ensure that small animals would not push the bottom of the chain link to get in or our dogs would try to pull at it to get out of the yard. With Winstead's this was a standard of his installation as opposed to the competitors I requested quotes from. I needed my fence installed before the end of February and Mr. Winstead was able to accommodate my request and had me on the schedule the next week after our initial meeting. Mr. Winstead was able to provide me with a price quote and time estimate on the same day he came to my house to measure for the fence. He brought the contract by the house to sign and to collect the deposit.  He completed my fence a day earlier then scheduled. We are very pleased with his work. Our dogs are in heaven in their newly fenced yard!
    - Nicole R.
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    Mr. Remodel
    Bear with our story, it is somewhat lengthy but worth hearing before you get into bed with Mr. Remodel.
    When we bought our home, we deliberately bought a foreclosure so that we could put our own stamp on it as my husband and I are intense DIYers. We had no idea it was going to be quite the undertaking it turned out to be, but that's a story for another day! I digress... we knew we were going to need some substantial work done on the house as we have 4 children and only 3 bedrooms, small closets, and a garage that was added later than the initial build of the house and was never accessed into the home- only by walking around from the outside (who does that?!?)
    We had gotten several quotes from several people but were quite impressed with Brock Whaley who is owner/operator of Mr. Remodel. He was very presentable, easy to get along with, quick in the brainstorming department, and seemed very knowledgeable. We decided to hire him thinking that we were making a great investment in our property- little did we know we were making the biggest mistake of our lives.
    We initially hired Brock to build a 4th bedroom into our oversized 2 car garage. To make this feasible we needed him to portion out a part of the back bedroom into a hallway and bust through the wall so the house then had a feasible 'walkway' into the garage area. We also had him build a closet into our Master Bedroom because the original one was entirely too small! As we started into our own portions of the remodel, we came across things that we realized we would need him to handle such as the black mold we encountered when ripping out the old kitchen and needing to bust up the old stained ceramic tiles in each bathroom. We added these things to our initial contract with no issues.
    We weren't in any huge rush, because we gave ourselves plenty of time to get our reno done before we had  to move in- so we let Brock know that he had a bit of leeway to get started. However, one week turned into two into three. Finally, we had to start putting our foot down. We had substantially added to our contract, given him a hefty deposit, and all of a sudden he was MIA!! We had to call and text and email and leave all sorts of frustrated messages before we could even get work to begin. When it finally did, it went at a pretty rapid pace, and the work seemed to be a pretty high standard. The repairs in the kitchen were great and they even fixed the ceiling where our new a/c unit leaked and caused water damage. The closet they built looked awesome and there really wasn't much to complain about. The only complaint we had was that Brock was never there- never on site- it was always just his subcontractors and there were constant issues like them using our supplies (drywall mud, etc.) instead of their own, etc. (REALLY ticked my husband off!!)
    At that time we decided to take out the garage door and build a wall in it's place, effectively turning our garage into a usable space. We asked Brock if they could handle it and he promised us it would look great, be waterproof, etc. They had done great work so far, so we signed on the dotted line and gave him another hefty check. This is when things really started going downhill. The 4th bedroom they were building went up really quick (too quick in our opinions) and the electrical wasn't run right to the point that my husband had to force them to redo some of it. Also, they tried to say they weren't supposed to do the finish work (mudding and sanding) when it clearly stated in the contract that they were. We started having problems with their finishes like the fact that they were supposed to put in a window in the 4th bedroom, which they did, but they literally put in an 18" window. For a bedroom. Which is meant to be a form of egress in case of an emergency. My 13 year old son can't even get his shoulders through it, much less his body. Because of this, when it came to the garage wall, we decided to buy the windows and door to ensure that we got exactly what we wanted.
    The wall to fill in the old garage door opening also went up exceptionally quick and that's when we started to question things and get a little nervous. The whole teeny window in our room addition really irked my husband and starting making him research codes in our city and county, which includes the fact that any window has to be at least 20". Once he started researching that, I started questioning the fact that we never saw a permit posted for any of the work that was being done on our home. Now, mind you, the contract states that he will procure permits where required and we did several pieces of work that would have required multiple permits including running additional electrical circuits, adding on rooms which required septic inspection, etc. I started calling around to the various permit offices to check and see if any permits had ever been pulled for my address and Lo and Behold! None had.
    As you can guess, at this point I was floored and FURIOUS. He had just sent me earlier that morning a request for the last of the money, saying all the work was done save for putting in the fence, and I was sitting here knowing that essentially every bit of the work he did was absolutely ILLEGAL! I wrote him a long email, spelling everything out, and told him I wasn't giving him another red cent until he explained himself and told me how he was going to rectify the situation. He wrote me back within the hour with a one sentence email and said 'You will receive a response shortly'. That was over 1 year ago- I have heard nothing since. Guess he figured since he had most of my money and hadn't bothered to buy the fence materials yet, he was just gonna call us even stevens.
    You'd think the story is bad enough, but it just gets worse folks. That wall he installed that was supposed to be 'waterproof'... yeah, it's not. Each time it would rain, water would seep underneath the wall into our garage. We were able to track it, because we had not yet started the full blown reno of converting our garage into useable space. Through the winter of 2011 we worked on insulating, drywalling, etc. and while we did all that- the wall his company installed (that was supposed to be waterproof) developed black mold which continued to grow and grow and grow. Over the course of the winter we completely enclosed, insulated, drywalled, mudded, and sanded a 400 sq ft space and the icing on the cake was at the very end we had to go through and rip out all the work he had done, which was covered with black mold and replace it ourselves.
    In doing so, we found that he didn't do a single thing he promised in the contract- he didn't use any flashing at all which would have helped water penetration from occurring, he didn't use the geocel caulk which would have kept water out- heck, his team didn't even remove the sawdust and drywall shavings so they ended up damp and sitting on the wood causing black mold to develop on the freakin' studs!! How hard would it have been to just pull out the shop-vac? My kids and I had to literally spray the whole inside of the wall down with diluted bleach water, then we had to replace all the insulation, use cement backerboard (for damp applications like bathrooms and apparently garage walls), and then I even went so far as to spray the whole shebang down with FlexSeal!! Yep! As seen on tv (and that junk works!) My husband then caulked with the Geocel caulk and we've not had problems since.
    We've got a legal case in the works, if for nothing else than to make sure this doesn't happen to anyone else. For the record, he has ever attempted to contact us to rectify any of this, even though none of our information (address, email, etc.) has changed. He's always known where to find us and hasn't cared enough to do so.
    The point here is folks, Brock Whaley has a great smile and a down home Southern boy charm that will lure just about anybody into a feeling of comfort, but you're putting your home, your peace of mind, and your checkbook at risk if you choose to do business with this man and his company. CAVEAT EMPTOR- BUYER BEWARE... you can't say you haven't been warned!
    - Jennifer S.
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    Affordable-Expert Home Improvements LLC
    David impressed me by his initial email apologizing for not returning my communication in 24 hours. It was just over that but his sincerity was what caused me to hire his company.  William met me at my home at a time that was convenient for me to do a walk through and made a list of improvements needed.  I was given an estimate of cost within 48 hours and was thrilled with the amount of work I could get done with what I had to spend.  I was only in town for a week and the guys started as soon as they could and were fast and efficient.  I admittedly came  up with little things I wanted to add such as new lights and the guys put them up for me at no extra charge.  They were professional and at the same time they were so nice to have around that by the end of the week they felt like family and even though I had to leave town I felt totally comfortable giving them the keys to my house and having them finish without my being there. This was a totally great experience and I would not hesitate to recommend them to friends.  I would suggest being very clear about exactly what you want done because they are so good at saving money that they might not give you all the options to consider. There were times I might have chosen to spend a little more money and go a little higher end with materials. This was my fault for not asking for all options and for indicating that I wanted to get as much as I could on a tight budget.  In spite of this, I am very pleased with my results.
    - Pamela F.
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    Mr. Remodel

      After a 90 foot pine tree fell through the roof of our house during Hurricane Irene, I called Mr. Remodel, Brock Whaley, at the recommendation of our tree service.  We had used handymen, but had never needed the services of a contractor before.   Although he was flooded with calls from regular customers, he made time to see our damage and discuss what needed to be done.  He agreed that we could live in the house during the reconstruction and his workers helped move furniture for us. He even reached into the rubble to rescue my wedding dress.  We had frequent meetings to discuss what steps would come next and to make decisions about products, colors, etc.  He helped remove our stress during this very trying period.
    - JoAnn P.
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    Seegars Fence Co Of Greensboro
    During the winter, we had high winds that damaged several sections of our fence, including knocking sections of the fence over. Seegars came over and help identify damage that we did not see and would have caused the fence collapse again. We had to put down a down payment and wait until the supplies arrived. Once the supplies arrived, they were able to match the current fencing, minus coloring, and repaired the fence. We were not able to be home when they did the repairs, but they did an excellent job. The area of the fence that we requested was repaired and matched to fence perfectly. They also fixed parts of the fence that we had not agreed upon. They made my life easier, since I was planning on fixing them myself. Did I mention that they did not charge me any extra to do this? Speaking of price, they were not the only company that we talked to about this. They were the cheapest and still did a great job. I would highly recommend them.
    - Robert R.
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    Pamlico Fence Company
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    - Nancy H.
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    - Tim S.
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