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  • F
    Mark Levey General Construction
    Great at initial interview; real conman! Promimised box vents; which were never installed. When shingles were delivered to roof, offloaded at such a rapid pace so as to slamdrop bundles repeatedly, causing internal seams on ceiling to become prominent, through popcorn finish. Substructure, at gable end of house was damaged by fallen tree. Several broken rafters were never replaced and instead, sheathed-over leaving roof sunken with involved bedroom ceiling, sagging. Refused ceiling light location preference. Damaged exterior window trim on multiple windows, ignored responsibility! Left roof debris in bathroom exhaust vents causing them to infiltrate & stall. Did not see permits or witness inspections at any stage of completion. Workers forced to use flimsy wornout aluminum ladders; had to borrow class 1 heavy duty ladder, from myself to reach gable end. Area which I've had to, subsequently, repair twice! Workers not given masks or safety glasses when pulling-down old ceiling & blown-in insulation. Several roof tiles have blown-off after replacement; needing reinstallation fo a second time. Demanded cash for payment as refused minimal wait from insurance reimbursement. Note: Researched three bogas, (previous customers) references, before contacting work. Also wanted to support local, Mount Morris, workforces expecting a return in confident/competent workmanship. Misled, Disappointed & Deceived
    - WILLIAM R.
  • A
    Everything Outdoors
    It went very well. The workers were friendly and the work was completed on time and our basement looks terrific. Their attention to detail was outstanding and we're very happy with the final product. The company was also very flexible and knowledgeable and suggested some changes to our original blueprints which helped settle some disagreements about the floor plan between my husband and I.
    - Jessica P.
  • A
    Earley Contracting
    EXCEPTIONAL. This was a huge task. Not only did a new foundation have to be dug, the corner of the house with the damage was covered in brick. Mark's crew removed the brick, replaced the damaged house behind it, dug and installed a new foundation, cleaned off the brick and reinstalled it. This room has 6 sliding glass doors and two man doors square off, as well. Unlike some contractors, his crew arrived every day on time by 7 AM (still dark). They took a short break for lunch, and then immediately went back to work. Each evening after the work was done, they cleaned up the debris and put their equipment away. Very professional. This job included carpenters, masons, painters, electricians. They basically rebuilt the entire room on the corner of my house. They obtained the proper permits, had the inspectors out, etc. I would absolutely hire them again.
    - Rene N.
  • A
    Wild West Contracting
    the guys were on time, they worked a full day and came on the weekend to finish it. they wanted to make us satisfied
    - john p.
  • A
    North Coast Construction
    The work was done more or less on time - all the agreed on deadlines were met (which included a wedding) and were done in highest quality in finishing. My only regret on the project was that, on the architect's advice, this contractor did not do the interior finish work on the addition: his finish work was much finer than the general contractor's work who was more concerned - understandably - with the reinforcing bars in the 11' retaining walls he was responsible for. My only warning to anyone considering this contractor: when he did the work for us he was very much in demand - therefore book this contractor well in advance. I had no complaints at all with the work or workmen - the only complaint on the whole project was the neighbor who complained to the sheriff that one of the carpenters on the job was singing along with his Ipad while doing boring work e.g. hanging wall board and taping joints. The deputy was stumped about what to do about the complaint but decided as the carpenter was only singing during normal working ours he would take no action. (I did agree that the carpenter couldnt carry a tune in a covered basket.) While on another job bettween the stages of our project, the carpenter's Ipad was stolen, so I gave him another Ipad. There were several instances when the work was held up awaiting materials and some material that was delivered was unsatisfactory and required replacement. Therefore a strongly urge anyone considering a renovation project to allow for unanticpated delays caused by damaged materials.
    - Paul C.
  • A
    North Coast Construction
    First: the time critical portions of the project were done as promised. Next: the quality of the work is OUTSTANDING! The fit and finish are superb - doors, windows, flooring and all. The only repair needed was a leaking sink: The sink was not installed by Povero but by the granite counter top provider who insisted that only his installers knew how to install a sink in granite. (One sink installed in granite supplied by another provider was put in by Povero and has never leaked a drop) One do: Povero is quite in demand so you have to allow sufficient lead time to get on his list. The only recurring problem was obtaining materials: The first two shower enclosures were damaged - one in shipping or handling and the other in production. When it came time to do the 2nd shower, Ed instisted that we select an enclosure on hand rather than ordering an enclosure. Although this limited our selections, it did work and we had the shower in time. Biggest problem was light fixtures: On the archichtest's recommendation, we acqulred plumbing and light fixtures ourselves - therefore there could be no criticism of the contractors' choices. However, the exterior lighting fixtures for the exterior stairs were a problem: although the vendor insisted they ahd sufficient quantity on hand to fill our order, they lied! the order was only partially shipped and after a considerable delaly, the vendor admitted that they could not complete the order ever. We did eventually obtain a complementary fixture, but in the mean time Ed had finished all the other work he had to do on our project; he did later return to install the fixtures; there was also the same sort of problem with metal balisters for the stair rails; Ed had to return to install them. IMHO this is an aritfact of globalization of supply i.e. you get what ever the Chinese put on the ship and it gets here whenever it gets here in whatever condition it gets here. There are interesting ironies: no problem getting exactly the Italian marble we want when we want it but light fixtures you get what you get when you get it. Moral here: Order very early. Local vendors: we started with Home Depot but switched to Leows and were quite pleased with Loew's service. No secret that the person selling you a box of nails is working hourly, but the big ticket items people sell on commission. We found that the Home Depot salesperson was only interested in the initial sale and wouldn't talk to us when there was a billing problem aka sleazy sales practice while the Leows people went to bat with us with the suppliers to get the problem resolved, even calling the manufacturer to find that no matter what the manufacturer's catalog said, the item was no longer made. What I can't say is whether this is a systemic problem or simply the stores we were dealing with. The final do: I would use North Coast aka Povero any time and would recommend with only one reservation: Plan ahead!
    - Paul C.
  • A
    K+ Karpentry LLC
    The job went very well andvery smooth, along the way we found some rotten plywood and sill plates which kris brought to our attention and then were replaced along the way.  Im glad that these things were done right this time around as the last company that did work for us has nowhere the knowledge that kris did.  Also my husband and I were able to work well with kris on everything that was being changed or replaced as Kris kept saying to us that " This is your home and lets make it the way you want it so you are happy for years to come".  We just wanted to say thank you K+KARPENTRY for all your hard work and we are looking foward to having you return on our next project.
    - jessica w.
  • A
    Frame & Save
    It went wonderfully. I know nothing about art so was grateful for all the advice, assistance, and patience I was given. The final product exceeded expectations. I never felt rushed as I dithered through the many options. I will definitely use this service again.
    - Theresa S.
  • A
    Frames USA & Art Gallery
    Working with Adam was a pleasure.  He was extremely patient in helping us choose the most appropriate frame for the picture.  He was helpful, friendly, and extremely professional. The picture as beautifully framed, while we enjoyed a wonderful lunch at a nearby Nicaraguan Restaurant that Adam recommended. All ia all a great afternoon.
    - Bennett H.
  • F
    ABG Contracting
    Just weeks after installation, siding began falling off. After numerous calls, ABG Contracting (Milton Price) finally came out and used glue to try to secure the siding. Within days, that solution failed. Once again we contacted ABG Contracting but they didn't return to fix the siding until the following summer. Shortly thereafter, MORE siding fell off. They have not responded to text messages, phone calls, or email requests for repairs. In addition to the siding issue, ABG failed to install flashing when they installed the roof vent pipe, which created water damage to the walls and ceiling in the bathroom. The damaged drywall will need to be replaced, re-primed, and re-painted. ABG installed the entrance door incorrectly (out of plumb) and we had to remove it and reinstall it.
    - Gary K.
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