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  • A
    T.L. Horton Contracting
    We wanted to update the exterior of our 1950s rambler. Some of the work we wanted done was new siding, stonework, several new windows/doors, and to add a sliding glass door in the kitchen to give access to the backyard. We also wanted to make sure we kept some of the craftsmanship of our home, such as the cedar shake look, but with an updated look. Everything we ask for was delivered and then some! While working, everything was kept clean. We have three children and all workers were always cognizant of that with language and decorum. The time frame was also really fast. It was about two weeks total for everything to get done. Also, if ever I had questions, my texts were always answered promptly. One thing that I really liked was that the extra things that came up were never a burden to take care of. Sometimes with other companies we have dealt with, the company will grumble about having the extra work. Not Horton Contracting. He understands that things come up with older homes and, in fact, anticipates it. Some of the "extras" that our house needed was proper venting of a bathroom fan, electrical work for outside outlets, moving a radiator for our sliding glass door, and assisting us in getting attic A/C installed in our home. We have received so many compliments on our home that people have actually knocked on our door inquiring about the work. I would definitely recommend and hire T. L. Horton Contracting again.
    - Christina T.
  • A
    I CAN���T RECOMMEND RICK HALVORSON CONSTRUCTION ENOUGH!!!! IN A TIME WHEN IT IS INCREDIBLY HARD TO FIND AND TRUST A CONTRACTOR TO DO A JOB RIGHT, ON BUDGET, AND TO BE THERE WHEN YOU NEED THEM, RICK HALVORSON CONSTRUCTION IS THE ONLY ONE TO CALL!! Recently, my family and I decided to renovate our basement instead of moving to a new home. This is something we���ve never been a part of and were frankly pretty nervous about. After being in our home for 11 years, we���d built enough equity to get a loan, and remodel, but we had a very specific limit on how much we could spend. So when it came time to find a contractor we wanted to make sure we picked someone who was trustworthy first and foremost, reputable, and knowledgeable. We had worked with Rick before on some improvements to windows, doors, siding, etc, through the City of Fargo Renaissance program, and so naturally he was on our short list of contractors to obtain bids from. Rick���s bid was the best of the 3 that we received, and given our history with him and his business, we felt best going with him. I CANNOT STRESS ENOUGH HOW GOOD THIS DECISION WAS! The work done by Rick���s crew, most notably Ryan Schuette, was so much better than we could have hoped it would be. Anytime a decision needed to be made on how to best do a particular job, it was always done the right way and not the cheapest way. There was never a concern about keeping it cheap, only doing what was best for the house, and for the client. And I can���t thank them enough. Add to them their subcontractors, JDP Electric, and Magnell Plumbing. Scott from JDP was awesome, and listened to all my request for power outlet positioning, light switches, smurf tube, data lines, phone lines, everything down to the color temperature in the ceiling lights, and he made sure it was done just right. Mike Magnell from Magnell plumbing went so far above and beyond that I don���t even know what to say. Example: he recognized the fact that at some point in the future we might get a fridge with water, and ice maker etc��� and noticed that once the bathroom ceiling was in we���d never get a water line in, so he just ran a water line, even though it wasn���t part of the bid, and that���s just one of the many extra value���s he provided. Rick and his team of workers, and subs are thoughtful, courteous, thorough, accurate, and precise with the work they do. Their is no notch higher than them, they are THE TOP NOTCH when it comes to this work! DO NOT hesitate to call them!
    - j S.
  • A
    Northern Valley Construction Inc
    Jack is the best.. he does great work. He is the only contractor that I trust to be in my home when we are not there. He's on time , trustworthy, not to mention his work is exceptional. My husband and I will not hire anyone else for any remodel in our home. The only minor problem I have is I have to wait because the man is in high demand. That's a good problem for him, but not for me. I will wait for him though..
    - Del E.
  • C
    We were told we would have our gutters installed within 10-12 weeks. It took over 6 months for someone to show up. In the mean time, we were not given any updates or explanation of why it was taking so long. 
    During our estimate, we had requested covers for the gutters to keep out the leaves, and were told we wouldn't need them because the gutters were so wide they wouldn't get clogged. This is definitely not the case. All of our gutters are full of leaves and our roof is extremely difficult to reach, causing us to hire people to clean our gutters. 
    We also requested seamless soffit and fascia during our estimate, and did not receive any estimates or reasoning for not providing that service.
    Overall, our gutters look nice, but the service we received was subpar given the cost.

    - Jescia H.
  • C
    Western Products

    I gave Western Products a grade of C, mostly due to my overall frustration with this process and my perception of communications.. I felt is was not fair to give the anger-based D grade that I hovered over.. So, on to my review?
    I looked for several businesses in town that could do the work for me. While cost was a factor, so was speed. My roof had begun to leak and I needed it repaired. Long story...less long....while the quote for Western Products was about $4000 higher than the closest other bids, I decided to go with them based upon the fact I was assured they could start the work in about 2 week rather than a 4-6 weeks from the others. Also, I felt going with a more established company that offered same as cash financing was a plus.
    Work did start on the roof on time. In fact, due to the fact another project they were working on was cancelled, they were able to send 2 crews to my home and complete the removal and install of the new roof on the same day. They also removed the chimney to below my roofline and installed a new vent that was routed through the chimney. Regarding the speed in which this was done, I have no issues and would give that a grade of A, however, I do think it was typical that it was done that quickly and was more attributed to the other project being put on hold. If that was all I had done, I would have given A's and B's. The B's would be really for the pricing and quality.
    Quality wise, the new vent that was installed was noticeably tilted and the drip edge that was put around the roof was kinda beat up. In fact, i had to request that a few be corrected and got a bit of an eye roll from the crew lead when I asked about this. I am still waiting on the new chimney vent to be corrected.
    Also, when the old gutters were removed and the new roof was put on, a gap in the soffit was made wider. I had mentioned that birds were getting into this area of the roof section and expected this to be corrected. It was not and birds started making their nest once again. When I called and pointed this out, a person was sent over to fix it by screwing a strip of metal over part of the opening. However, the entire hole was not covered. I am still awaiting that to be repaired.
    The clean up around the house was pretty good. I did go around after the crew left and found 6 nails in the driveway and about the same around on the sidewalk and patio. I kinda expected that, but would have been much more pleased to find none.
    The gutters took a couple of weeks to get installed. I was told this would happen since I was getting seamless gutters that kept leaves out. Since it is easier to set up the forming machine and do several jobs at the same time, I understood I would need to wait. When the gutters were installed, they looked great. My initial frustration I had with that was due to the heavy rains we had while I was waiting (it happens) and that I again found several nails in the driveway as well as some metal waste from the cutting tool.

    The more bothersome issue was with regards to the invoice. After I got the first invoice, I mentioned it to the supervisor and he said not to worry about, he will let them know it was part of the package.  After getting two more, I called the company and told them it was part of the package deal.  I got the forth invoice with red ink on it telling me to send in the money.  This is after I had already paid for the entire project.  Obviously their communications are an issue when dealing with the different divisions.
    To date, I am still waiting on this to be completed. Once again...Long Story...Less Long, I have been waiting for over 2 1/2 months to get these installed. This has been the most frustrating part of the process...especially since I have already paid in full for the work to be done. I did this in good faith since I was told that would be done right after the roofing was done. I have been told several times they thought this was done. I have made a lot of calls and texts. About half have gone unreturned until I get a bit forceful on the subject. While I can appreciate the short season we have and that sometimes projects get delayed, what I cannot understand is the failures in simply letting me know what is going on. In fact, I had stayed home 1 day to meet with staff to get this done, only to have no one show up.
    This project started over 3 months ago and is still not completed. I was called today and told this will be done next week. I am hoping this is true.
    In general, I think the work is good, but a bit overpriced.   In my opinion, communication is a major issue, not only with the customer, but within the company.  While things happen with construction projects, the importance of keeping the customer informed cannot be undervalued.  Recently, I uncharacteristically left a profanity laden tirade on the supervisor?s phone for his lack of communications.  While I did later apologized for the profanity, I did note my level of frustration and my desire go get this job completed were real and needed to be addressed.  I am hoping the promise to get this finished next week comes true.

    My final advice, I foolishly signed off on the Western Products getting fully payment from the finance company prior to the work being done.  While admittedly, the remaining issues are minor issues in relation to the overall project, it still needed to be done.  Waiting for over 2 months for this is not right, especially since the internal communications were not good at the company.  I wonder if I did not stay on this, if it would ever be done.   I felt my bargaining chips were gone.  Being a ?Good Guy? came back to bite me.  Don?t make the same mistake.

    - Michael H.
  • F
    BEWARE.   This guy is a con artist with serious staffing issues.
    Guy bid the job but did not do any of the work.   Unfortunately, he did not share the job overview or any details of it with his crew manager, "Jake," who came in blind and frequently complained about Guy's utter lack of communication.
    First, our brand new $395 steel front door, purchased locally, was installed improperly and had to be adjusted five times before it actually closed.   It still hangs crooked, the interior latch is cockeyed, you can see daylight around the edges, and there's a significant gap between it and the exterior siding.   The whole thing needs to be caulked (at a minimum.)   Guy told me all doors do that.   When the  garage access door was installed, the handle and lock assembly was put on backwards and is missing one of the two inside screws.
    When the bathroom exhaust fan was installed, the ceiling hole was overcut by several inches and then "patched" with a wadded up plastic bag.   And nothing else.
    The exterior painting caused the most problems.   The bid was for full prep, including scraping, power washing, and priming the house as needed, as well as high quality primer and paint.   We'd already gotten really expensive paint and asked Guy several times to remove that from the bid.   Crew Manager Jake told me the entire house needed to be primed but, in order to cut corners, Guy instructed his crew to scrape and spot prime minimally.   At the same time, Guy supplied a tiny rinky-d*** power washer that hadn't been started in a year and, according to Jake, was woefully inadequate for the job -- so the crew used ours.
    Guy's crew power washed the house and then immediately sprayed on the exterior paint instead of waiting at least 24 hours for the composite board-and-batten siding to dry.   As a result, apart from the paint job being generally uneven, the paint started peeling days later and the entire job needs to be redone.   Guy said all houses do this.
    The top-of-the-line trim paint, included in the bid, never materialized and my husband had to go buy some at Scheels on 13th Ave on his lunch hour.   On the heel of all these headaches, my husband was pleased to learn from Guy that a "master trim painter" would be doing the finishing touches on the exterior.   When the Master showed up, he was a 20 year old kid with no experience who'd just blown into town from Rockford, IL and responded to Guy's employment listing on Craigslist.   The Master missed a lot of spots and completely painted all our windows shut.   You can imagine this caused problems requiring box cutters and a ladder.   (At the end of the day, the Master realized he'd locked his keys in the car, so he did what any other intelligent man would do.   He broke the car window and drove away, never to return.)
    Guy sent Jake out to do other people's jobs simultaneously while working on our house, so he was often hours late or left mid-day without notice.   Maybe this is standard practice.   One day Jake came back and asked me if he could take some of our materials from the garage because he ran out on another job and Guy wouldn't return his calls.   I don't think this is standard practice.
    Meanwhile, my husband was uncomfortable coming home to a wide open garage and no one here.   Worse yet were the unsupervised new guys sitting on the front steps, waiting for Guy to pick them up, while smoking and throwing their cigarette butts all over our yard.   That's not acceptable in our neighborhood.   Or any other neighborhood.  
    In spite of all the problems we had with the revolving-door crew (Jake quit) and the questionable workmanship, Guy was very eager to get paid.   Right NOW.   I'd given him $3,000 before starting the job and he expected another $2,900 on completion.   When we did a walk around of the house and I told him he'd screwed up the exterior of my house, his response was, "If you'd paid me two days ago before the paint started peeling, we wouldn't be having this conversation."   No kidding.   I was floored.
    Our final exchange ended poorly, with Guy becoming frighteningly aggressive in my living room (in front of a witness) and me telling him numerous times to please leave my property and not come back.  
    Instead of being disillusioned with Angie's List, I decided to post this review.   I've waited a couple months because I needed to calm down and put everything into perspective.   Now it sounds almost funny.   I see that Guy rebuts all negative Angie's List reviews with ridiculous rhetoric, excuses and finger-pointing.   As I said before, BEWARE.   This man over promises, under delivers, treats his employees poorly and, in my opinion, is as unethical as the day is long.   Don't make the same mistake I did.

    UPDATE: As expected, Guys response was ridiculous.   I used the name "Jake" because I didn't care to identify the gentleman that subsequently severed his relationship with Guy.   Yes, I was in Montana the last week of the job (as I told Guy I'd be before we contracted) but my husband was home the entire time.   (So were my neighbors, and they were taking notes!)

    Nobody SCRAPED the house after painting.   Rather, the paint bubbled up on the wet siding and peeled off in strips with nothing but my fingers.   We did no work on the door.   In fact, I'm now trying several types of weather stripping and haven't found one that's substantial enough to fill the gap.

    As long as Guy is accusing me of being dishonest and not a quality human being, I'd like to point out that over $1200 of equipment was stolen from our garage during the time Guy's crew had access, including tools, an air compressor and a very expensive multi-extension ladder -- things specifically used by handymen and not generally targeted by wandering teenage vandals.   Granted, I didn't see the stuff walk out the door....but the stolen items had been securely stowed in the locked garage and not easily accessible.   It makes us wonder.
    - Kristin H.
  • A
    Price-Rite Home Improvement Inc
    Even better than we expected! The windows took about a week to remove and and install the new ones. The workers showed up ever morning at 8 am and worked until 5 or 6 in the evening. And the temp was well below zero the entire time.
    - Bill K.
  • A
    M & J Construction of Moorhead Inc
    this is the second project we have had done by M&J construction and we could not be happier with the work.  The crew is friendly and very professional.  Mark had a couple of suggestions of additional things that needed doing and because we trusted him we went with his ideas.  The house looks wonderful and neighbors have commented on the good work.
    - Diane R.
  • B
    Handy Guy Services sent over two people at $30 per hour each.  One worked very well, the other just watched except for the second day.  The second day he did a little bit of work betweeen smoke breaks.  I refused to pay full price for the secomd guy.  I think Handy Guy is going to bill by the job instead of by the hour....that is best for all. The main worker did very well and is one of the nicest people I have ever had do work for me.  Handy Guy and I parted on friendly terms.
    - FRANK A.
  • A
    M & J Construction of Moorhead Inc
    When we purchased our home several years ago, we inevitably knew that replacement of the shingles would have to take place in the near future. However, after owning the home for for two years, the shingles were showing significant signs of wear and many were curling. We contacted three different roofing contractors (including M&J Construction) in the area and received estimates from all three. From the onset of the relationship, M&J emerged as the leader. Within 48 hours of the initial call, we had received a bid from Mark and Lisa; but here is the kicker-they were the only company that informed us that the currently shingles on our home had been deemed defective by the manufacturer and a class-action law suit was currently taking place where we might be able to recoup some of the potential costs associated with the new shingles. Additionally, they presented the most competitively priced bid.
    Lisa informed my wife and I that they would be willing to assist us with the preparation of the paperwork for the lawsuit as well as taking pictures of the current roof, taking necessary measurements and removing shingles to submit to the manufacturer. Once we accepted the bid, the ball was moving immediately.
    The whole process was exceptionally smooth. The communication was timely and professional. The crew was friendly, worked very hard, did a great job of protecting our landscaping, and clean-up was thorough.
    My wife and I have the upmost confidence in M&J Construction of Moorhead and would not hesitate to recommend their services to others.
    - Jeff N.
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