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General Contracting reviews in Broadview Heights

  • F
    M&R Construction
    This contractor is not licensed in anything. Not bonded, not insured at time of services as advertised. FIled a BBB complaint no response. Stole tools from our house, stole a gun, created a huge mess in the house, and cut our carpet, created a ton of damage. Turns out the guy was arrested on a ton of felonies right in the middle of working for us and stopped caring to finish the job. By far the worst person we have ever met in our entire life, we filed an Ohio Attorney General case and pending litigation for shoddy work and damages he admitted to in writing. He took 29,131.00 from our bank accounts and left us with hilariously bad work. This guy takes pictures of work he didn't do and claims it as his own. He's hilariously bad at his job and honestly he needs to turn his life around. Our family was warm, accommodating, and kind to him. In return, he stole from us, ruined our property, threw glasses, and didn't finish the job. If anyone uses him ever- buyer beware!!! We actually own a successful construction company and should have known better. It's embarrassing to show off his work, but we have tons of before and after pictures, and it's sad to say, the "after" is worse.
    - Chrystalexa N.
  • A
    Certified Craftsmen of Northeast Ohio, LLC
    It isn't often that one gets more than he paid for, but in this case, I can only say that Tom Nevits went out of his way to provide just that kind of bargain.  Tom is the owner of Certified Craftsmen of NE Ohio, and is exactly that, a true craftsman.  He can do it all, but his specialty is carpentry, which proved fortunate for me, since all the aforementioned projects required carpentry expertise.  In each case, Tom did an excellent job either fixing, or restoring, things that had long bedeviled me, owner of an almost 60-year old dwelling.  He made short work fixing a warped furring strip on an exterior door.  He caulked it well to prevent moisture inflitration, which had caused the problem in the first place.  Next, he realigned our bathroom linen cabinet to its adjacent vanity counter top, a problem he resolved using a single wood screw.  Other contractors estimated it would take hundreds of dollars to fix that very same problem.  The final two jobs required more effort, but Tom was up to the task.  He replaced a badly damaged trim board that had been gnawed 
    by our dog when still a puppy, and installed a new one in its place.  He also got a balky pocket door, which had never worked properly since we moved in, to operate smoothly.  That repair wasn't even among the ones he agreed to fix!  He simply did it as a courtesy.  In fact, one previous contractor stated he wasn't even willing to work on this type of door, which Tom fixed for free in approximately fifteen minutes, because they present such a formidable challenge.  In total, these repairs exceeded the two hour time limit in his Angie's List offer, but Tom did not charge any extra money, except $14 to buy the wood he needed to repair the jamb, which he actually drove to the store and purchased for me!  Tom cheerfully knocked all these jobs out in a friendly and courteous manner.  I was very grateful, because not only did he repair things that had bothered me for years, he literally saved me hundreds of dollars in the process.  Tom is a savvy contractor, with more than 20 years experience in the home repair business.  As I stated, his specialty is carpentry, but I would trust his professionalism to tackle just about any basic job.  He promptly answered my calls and e-mails, he was professional, and personable, and most important, he provided top-notch work at a more than reasonable charge.  I'm glad I found Tom Nevits, and I truly would not hesitate to contact him in the future for any other home repair projects I might need done.
    - John L.
  • A
    P & D PAINTING & DECORATING
    Pete is courteous, prompt, reasonable and all responsive. everything was picked and cleaned and he even needed to do some last minute repair work and didn't have any issues with it. i would recommend him to anyone.
    - Nadia V.
  • A
    Cherosky & Sons Inc
    They are awesome! They are very nice and good with my kids and dogs. They were polite and cleaned up everything after the work was complete. They are so friendly and are just like family to us. They are such wonderful people and I can't say enough good things about them. He is so percise and accurate with woodworking. I recommend them to everyone.
    - DANA R.
  • F
    Renovatemenow
    It has been over a year since Brian L. Pauley started our project under the name BGP Renovations.
    Our initial budget was around $54,000. Over the course of the first eight months with additions and changes, we paid Brian nearly $64,000.

    After nearly seven months, so many questionable work ethics and poor craftsmanship became apparent, we put a stop to Brian and his boys from performing any further work on our project. It took time to find all of the issues that were not readily apparent over the course of the project. There is just far too much to list in this report. Our story is terribly long. The list of damages is terribly long. There are over four hours of video documenting this disaster on YouTube. Search 'Renovation Gone Bad', or any of the company names Brian has used.

    A quick summary:

    Money paid to Brian = Over $60,000
    Total current damages = nearly $20,000, and climbing.

    Brian falsified City building permits listing companies to perform specific trades that require State and Local licensing that never did work in our home. He did the work himself. He brought in contractors with fraudulent licenses presented to the City.
    He never paid our architect and was subsequently sued.

    Our foundation was incorrectly installed out of plumb by 6" which now carries throughout our entire addition.
    We do not have a straight wall nor 90 corner in the entire addition.

    Brian allowed our new framing and subfloor to be rained upon for nearly three weeks causing major buckling and warping to all exposed wood. Every piece of drywall installed on walls and ceiling appear wavy, out of plumb vertically, and  with very clear seam marks due to poor mudding and sanding. Heavy moisture and warped framing has now produced nearly 400 drywall screw heads to poke through the poorly finished walls. The wall that makes the transition from the new addition to the old home wall is out by two inches due to Brian not using any type of laser to plumb framing where new met old. Nearly $900 in painting material was wasted painting over this shoddy work.
     
    Our roof was incorrectly built, deviating from architectural drawings missing key items to prevent water and ice penetration. Two layers of shingle were installed and calls to the City for inspections were never placed. The entire roof must now be removed and re-built. The current roof has leaked so bad over the last year that the ceilings in two rooms need entirely demolished and replaced, and the ceilings and walls in the mudroom will be replaced as well. All insulation material  in ceiling and several walls is now moldy and needs replaced.

    One sliding glass door and five windows need removed and re-installed due to water penetration. Initial findings show that no flashing or any type of barrier was used around windows. Windows were simply set in the framing and nailed. Un-nailed header boards were found while removing windows.

    Damage to two new doors. One will need entirely replaced due incorrect installation and subsequent damage to hinges and frame.

    All 14 kitchen ceiling can lights need moved and rewired as they were merely randomly installed and not to drawings.

    Damages to property including holes in new screens, nails shot through door frames, window frames, and electrical wires. Items were dropped on our new stove denting to top and face and chipping the powder coat.

    Half of the new gutters have pulled away from the eaves from heavy rain alone this summer.

    Electrical work requiring specific licensing was illegally performed by Brian and his misfits. Several outlets and switches were miswired creating dangerous situations. Work boxes were not set plumb within walls. Romex was not installed per City code in many locations in the house. Wiring quality and appearance is horrible. Boxes were buried in walls and behind drywall. Inspections were never followed up. Much of the electric needs repaired due to Code Violations.

    Brian originally met with the City and us to discuss a resolution for the repairs he was legally liable to correct and agreed to repair. However, weeks later, he bailed and cried poor. I was left to seek resolution through his bond. After another seven months of hassle from the City and the Bond Company, the bond will cover the code violation repairs only. The nearly $10,000 in damages to property, home and shoddy work repair is on us, the home owner.

    Look for our story to be shared nationally on the HGTV network this fall as we will be the feature home in an episode entitled 'Renovation - An Epic Fail'

    Run away from Brian L. Pauley and his band of misfits.
    - Barry G.
  • A
    Kitchen Solutions & Remodeling LLC
    Fred was thorough, accurate and dependable. The price was fair. He let us know when he would be here and showed up on time. He kept the work area and traffic pattern clean. Very professional and trustworthy individual who does good work. We would most definitely call him again for future projects.
    - Mark C.
  • A
    JB HOME SERVICES
    Tom is great. (Sidekick Keith too.) They're flexible, responsive, talented and honest. I give Tom a key to my house; it seems he's here for something -- a big job or a quick repair -- every couple of months. On most jobs, I don't even ask him for an estimate. I know I want or need something done, and I know he'll be fair. When he's done, he gives me an honest price. The only suggestion I have: Tom is a little informal, which is fine for customers he knows well (like me). New customers may need to ask him for more detail pertaining to the scope of work provided in an estimate (what's included and what's not).
    - TERESA M.
  • F
    THE BEAR
    He replaced some rotting wood on our columns. He had to come back a couple of times to change things out. He put on wood that didn't fit properly, and used the wrong pieces. After about a month, all the wood he had installed started warping. He didn't return my calls about that. We have to pay someone else to remove his work and replace it.
    - KENNETH H.
  • F
    MISSION HOMES CONSTRUCTION
    HE WAS VERY SPORATIC IN HIS ATTENDANCE, AND HE WAS VERY SLOPPY. HE WOULD GO FOR WEEKS WITHOUT SHOWING UP, AND HE WAS TAKING OTHER JOBS TO MAKE MONEY AND PUT OUR JOB ASIDE. IN THE CONTRACT, HE STATED THAT HE WOULD BE FINISHED WITH THE WORK WITHIN 2 MONTHS. THAT WAS LAST MAY, AND THE WORK IS STILL NOT COMPLETE, AS OF OCTOBER, 2003. IT WAS A VERY BAD EXPERIENCE.
    - DANIEL & BARBARA S.
  • A
    Neubert Painting
    House looks greta!
    - Karen D.
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