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  • A
    JEFF TALLON ENTERPRISES LLC
    Dave arrived on time, had the correct product to install, answered all my questions and was a great person to have install the new product. Will use this company again. The toilet seat used, is a soft close seat-much entertainment for our cat and grandson. Thanks to Dave and Jeff Tallon Enterprises LLC.
    - Tom D.
  • A
    Don Hamblin Home Improvements, LLC
    Having our 1970���s kitchen updated seemed like a daunting endeavor. So much so, that we hesitated for years. Don and Chris made the process easier then we could have imagined. Combining our needs and wants, with their own suggestions on design and concept, gave us the kitchen of our dreams. They were punctual, professional, and a pleasure to have in our house. We would highly recommend them for any project,,
    - Debbie E.
  • F
    Veteran Home Services
    Incompetent, lazy, irresponsible, disrespectful, poor judgement, dishonest, uninsured, a thief who mismanaged the money you give him and always needs more before the work can be completed ���> DO NOT HIRE. YOU WILL BE VERY SORRY. Below is a quick overview about my horrific experience with Veteran Home Services and Justin and his crew. He underbid the job and then always needed more money, 2-3 weeks into the job it started - U am out of funds I need an advance on the labor...he will start with a lower price but you end up paying him more to finish plus other contractors to fix his shoddy work properly. I have plenty of pictures, video, other contractor quotes to fix and finish, and even an audio recording of him and his foreman admitting to poor work, not being committed, not working enough, etc. Feel free to contact me via Facebook anytime before you hire this clown or his crew and I will be happy to share them with you. Heck, if it is before April 2018 you can come over and see the mess I am left with to figure out. I hired Justin and his crew to remodel my 2 bathrooms, replace all of my interior doors, and do some painting. We agreed on a price and he said it was a three week job...a week for each bathroom and the last week to finish up, touch up, and make me happy (finish a ���knock out��� list). We are now 5 weeks into the job and he has finished about half of the smaller, easier bathroom. He had worked 3-4 hours days (with a long lunch and multiple trips to the store daily) and usually only works 4 days a week. Daily he left my house a total mess which took me or my wife 20-30 minutes to clean each night. I spoke with him about this numerous times and it made no difference...he doesn���t respect the property he is working in. Justin and his crew also helped themselves to my tools, my food and drinks, my kitchen, and I had a substantial sum of money stolen that was hidden in the back of a drawer they had no business being in. Here is an example of his judgement- Justin decided to leave a drug addict alone in my house ���working���, with no supervision. When I got home earlier than expected one day the drug addict was there hanging out with his druggie girlfriend...I confronted Justin about this and he said he wasn���t aware she was there and she was not an employee - I guess just another drug addict hanging out at my house which they had to themselves for the day while I was at work. He didn���t control access to my house, which I trusted him to do...for all I know they were casing my house and stealing my things (I still am cataloging all items that are missing). I am willing to guess where my money went. He leaves the sight a mess every afternoon and when I get home I have to spend 20-30 minutes cleaning it up. I talk to him and it doesn���t improve. He moves my furniture around for no reason, he damaged my carpet, he ruined multiple rugs and mats that had to be replaced. He also helped himself to towels which he used as rags and destroyed. The quality of his work is atrocious. He doesn���t tape drywall seams, he spends most of his time reworking things that should have been done correctly the first time, he takes short cuts, doesn���t install things per manufacturer���s recommendations (negating any warranty), he says he will fix it but he doesn���t. The majority of what little he has accomplished will have to be torn out and reworked. It is like he is doing most of the work kn site for the first time and learning on the job. Not what I hired...I hired a professional contractor not a Do It Yourselfer Weekend Warrior (which is what I got at best). He doesn���t even have his own tools. He said used a substantial portion of the material money I gave him up front for the whole job (over $8,500) to buy tools to complete the job. He is a professional contractor and should have or be able to purchase his own tools...it was not part of the budget we discussed. He helped himself to using my tools without my permission and had to ���borrow��� items every contractor should have on hand - screws, duct tape, brooms, dustpans, extension cords, and a ton of other items he used that were not where I store them in the garage. When we met to terminate the contract he refused to refund any of the money, even the portion not spent on supplies (pretty sure he spent it on tools and personal expenses and can���t refund it). I have had real contractors come in to look over his work and give me a quote to fix and finish this job...it will require a lot of rework and it will end up costing me significantly to demo and rework 80% of what he has done. I requested an an itemized list and after several weeks received it and he should have over $3,000 in cash not spent on materials since he is unable to provide receipts to account for any additional purchases. I also have been requesting proof of insurance for weeks and he hasn���t been able to show me proof that he is insured. Which is concerning to me since he has addicts working for him and allows employees to bring friends to the site to hang out and help them. I could go on and on about this awful experience. Please do not hire him. He cannot so much of the work he says he can. He has poor judgement, terrible time management, awful work ethic, is incompetent at the work he is hired to do, and quite possibly a drinking problem (alcohol on his breath in the middle of the day quite frequently). Save yourself the headache and inconvenience hiring him will cost you not to mention the extra expense of hiring a real contractor to fix and finish the job he is incapable of doing.
    - Casey L.
  • D
    K+ Karpentry LLC

    As was expected, Mr. Frisbee showed up for work for four days at approximately the time he had said.. Generally he worked right along for about 3 1/2 days to "complete" the work. Granted, his business title includes the word Karpentry, but I was under the impression from discussion about the job that he had quite a bit of experience with painting. His price to do the work was about $500 less than the painters estimates I received. Since the job was not terribly difficult, I hired him.

    He did a good job repairing some wallpaper and removing some border. Other than that, though, really no preparation was done for the walls.. For example, a bathroom that had been painted in a semi-gloss was not sanded, etc..

    My biggest problems with his work were twofold. First, after alerting him that I had already freshly painted the doors and trim, he would not use any painter's tape to protect them even though I provided tape for him to use. I spent  hours having to repaint areas that use of tape would have prevented me from having to do. Also, no tape was used to paint accent walls in two of the rooms. I ended up repainting the edges of the walls after taping them myself. Secondly, although I used the formula provided by Lowes to purchase the correct amount of paint for the job, and although he said he did a second coat everywhere, I seemed to have bought about twice the amount used. I doubt the paint was really applied as it should have been. Brush marks from his "cutting in" are visible in many places. Roller marks as well.

    Look, he will come up with all the reasons in the world about how I am being unfair, or whatever. The truth is that his standard of quality for a well done job is simply not very high. Shortly after he finished up about noon on the fourth day and left the "finished" job, I walked into the master bedroom, looked up at a wall that suddenly had developed a crack leading from a heating vent downward about 18-20 inches. A wall he had put a second coat on that morning. I repaired the crack myself and repainted the area. Just as I ended up putting another coat of paint in the master bath, because the job was so poorly done.

    In summary, there are times one gets what one pays for. I can tell you that there is no way I would pay him to do any work here again. It is worth the extra money to hire someone for a little more and get a quality job done in the first place.


    There are also times that someone does not get what one pays for. I sure wish we had seen the earlier comment about the fraud he perpetrated on them involving window replacement. We ended up in the same boat, and after months of inaction we have now turned it over to the legal authorities. But that is another story, and I will be writing about that fraudulent swindle shortly.


    DO NOT HIRE THIS GUY!!!!!!!



    - JEAN S.
  • A
    Priced Right Construction
    This contractor was true to his word on everything.  He showed up at our house when he said he would, when he ran into issues that he didnt have parts or equipment for, he left and bought what he needed and came back and continued.
    The work was very professionally done, and I had no doubt that he would make everything look great.


    - Renee P.
  • A
    Orfield Design & Construction Inc
    They were very responsive and a well designed website. It was easy to get information form them. They were not pushy at all. They did have great ideas for design. They were however expensive in their bid.
    - Jason G.
  • A
    Integrity Management Solutions
    The crew was professional & very efficient! From start to finish, very impressed!
    - Heather T.
  • D
    L Raymond Construction DBA
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    - david o.
  • A
    LOWES
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    - Linda D.
  • A
    Don Hamblin Home Improvements, LLC
    They are very professional, and they were perfectionists which is something that I like. The end results were very good, and the overall work was excellent.
    - Charles K.
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