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  • B
    Bennett Contracting Inc
    The 2 carpenters- Ric (no longer w/Bennett, I understand) and Julian- were great. They showed up every day, cleaned up behind themselves each time and were easy and fun to work with. The job took about 4 weeks longer than planned- 4 mos instead of 3. I have no idea why. It wasn���t mentioned, but by week 10, it was clear to me it wasn���t getting done on time. Each time I asked- ���So, how much longer?��� I got a list of things yet to be done. The take away answer in my head each time was ���as long as it takes.��� So, that���s how long it took. I was tired of the disruption, but, since I liked the guys, it was tolerable. It cost what was estimated except for a few unforeseen issues, such as a buried hunk of concrete where they were digging the foundation (probably left over treasure from the addition the prior owner did) an add-on job (replace front porch deck) and, for some reason, an additional $500 for the ���oversized��� kitchen counter (which was the same size it started out to be- so, not sure why that was a surprise). Minor problems were dealt with and solved without much problem (E.G. kitchen faucet hole was drilled too close to the edge of the counter- water would���ve overshot and hit the floor when I swung the faucet from side-to-side), so, I ended up with a soap dispenser in that hole- way better than waiting for a do-over!). I was not happy with how the excavator ���covered his tracks,��� because he left some big ruts in the yard and didn���t put the rock retaining wall on the street back very well. I believe several of the rocks were left in the path of the big trucks, got crushed, and couldn���t be put back. The returned portion of the rock wall isn���t even with the untouched part of the wall. There was about a 1 ft dip from one part of the yard to the temporary ���access road��� created and used by the trucks during the project. I covered some of that with 2 yards of soil I bought the following spring, but with all the dirt they carted away from digging the foundation and the equipment they have, I think they could���ve done a better job of grading the soil and saved me $100 for top soil (and some back pain.) As I understand it, the excavator was not part of Bennett- that part was contracted out. The only other issue was the letters from the town a year after the job was begun (June 2018) because Bennett forgot to get the last inspection done at the completion of the job (Oct 2017). No huge problem in the end, but the letters threatening ���legal action��� if I didn���t respond and needing to call the PM a few times to get updates and a final inspection date so long after the fact was frustrating. However, overall, it turned out well and I���m happy with the results. And, from what I���ve heard and seen from others, for the size of the job, it went pretty smoothly and they took care of A LOT of details.
    - Alison B.
  • C
    Viscusi Builders
    It started out great. They corrected many errors, and made unasked for improvements during the construction process. Over a year has passed and they are still chipping away at the punchlist. No less than 27 men have been in and out of our home fixing various items. This has resulted in dozens of visits, and even damage, to our home. We are guessing that there have been at least 100 calls, e-mails and face to face conversations reminding and pleading with them to do this or that, on the original punchlist. Until they are done with the punchlist, it won't feel like our home. The time they have taken from us, in trying to get them to correct damage and failure, can't be measured. We will give them 2 more months to do what they said they would do. If they don't, we will post photos of their failures. What is also disturbing, is that our review somehow disappeared from the HOUZZ site, after it had been posted for 8 months.
    - Chris N.
  • A
    They were very slow to start the project - they said it was because of permits from the city.  But once started, they moved fairly quickly.  They were very organized as to where we needed to go and who to contact to pick out finishes for the house.  Scott, the foreman for the job was very helpful and made a lot of suggestions and walked us through much of the process.  He is extremely meticulous about everything being as perfect as possible as confirmed by the other workers on the job.  (i.e., they were not allowed to get away with any sloppy work!)  We are happy with our house and have had no problems in the two years since we moved in.   We did feel their prices for a few extras that we requested during construction were higher than they needed to be and for that reason we chose to have those items done by a different contractor after the house was completed.  All in all, it was a very good experience.
    - Donald R.
  • A
    NE Masonry & Construction
    He took the blocks out and reused them to straighten the walls. He raised the roof. He spent 2 weeks doing that. I liked the way that he had a union mason with him that was very knowledgeable. He knew how to interact with the customer, me. He was very polite. The whole crew seemed very professional. The only drawback I had was that he started a little late but he was coming form 50 miles away so I had to give him a little leeway there. He was recommended by a neighbor. I am happy with him. His crew spent almost a full day cleaning up afterwards. I also liked that he spoke English which I can understand. His price was competitive. I looked at other people but he gave me a really good deal. It looks like he did really quality work.
    - Robert B.
  • A
    We have owned our home for a little more than a year and over the course of this year we have found that the driveway was installed with almost no grade.  It is completely flat.  So, when it rains the water is not diverted away from the house.  It floods into our garage and under the door into our finished basement.  Tracy Clement, the owner, is the husband of a friend so I'm am not unbiased but he did a great job.  He installed a drainage grate into the asphalt of the driveway and inserted drainage pipe under the lawn to drain the water into the street.  It began to pour the Friday after he did this and my husband and I couldn't stop looking into the garage to check for water.  There was none.  I am so glad that we had Clement construction come and take care of this project for us.  We recommend him for anything you need done.
    Tracy Clement is a great guy and did this job in two days on his own.
    - Heather M.
  • D
    The first day they cut the roof off our ranch home and it started to rain so the covered the roof with plastic and left for the day. They never pitched the tarp so the rain leaked through all the light fixtures on the first floor and caused water damage to the ceilings. They said they would fix it but all they did was paint over the top so everything started to bubble. We ended up having to pay a different contractor to come in & fix the ceilings in the first floor and repair everything in the entire addition because when they painted the rooms in the addition the didn't put a second coat of paint on everything so it left streaks. They also did not put the stair hand rail in according to town code, didn't complete the a/c for the upstairs, did not put the water diverter in for the shower (their fix was to put a penny in the faucet so the water would come out the shower), and our heat has been messed up ever since. They also did not put putty in the nail holes. We had to hire other contractors to come in and complete the work which cost us an additional $10,000.00. We sent him a certified letter saying we wanted to be reimbursed the cost of completing and repairing the job and he called and said he was never aware there was a problem. How can a penny in your faucet not be a problem. We are taking him to claims court now.
    - Lori K.
  • A
    R D Postulka
    - Cathy G.
  • F
    - Shannon E.
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    13b Woodbine Dr
    Clifton Park, New York