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    Magnetic Home Services
    We had a full front porch and 2.5 garage built, Magnetic Home service was great at keeping the work going even through the COVID-19 pandemic. Their choice of contractors was excellent. Magnetic kept quality and price in my best interest and within budget. I will use Magnetic Home Service on my next project and would highly recommend them.
    - Andrew P.
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    Mowery Construction Inc
    Everything was top notch! Jason & his crew have excellent skill & design ideas. I highly recommend Jason Mowery for any project. Their goal is to do what you ask & help embelish your ideas. I am beyond pleased!
    - DIANA P.
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    Allure Residential & Commercial Inc
    Horrible contractors that do shoddy work with a warranty that is a joke, Installed 180' of six foot privacy fence with no concrete except for the gates. Fence is less than a year old and is leaning and swaying all over the place.
    - Scott B.
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    FISCHER HOMES
    I DO NOT RECOMMEND FISCHER HOMES-BRAND NEW CONSTRUCTION HOME WITH A WET BASEMENT! NO ACCOUNTABILITY FROM FISCHER HOMES! I was excited about purchasing my first home. I looked at existing homes and did not find what I wanted. A few had wet basement issues, which I was trying to avoid. Did not want to invest in a money pit and really needed a dry basement because my mom was moving in and I was planning to turn the basement into a space just for her. So I decided to build. After meeting with Thomas Stine several times, I decided to go with Fischer Homes. I’ve been under contract since January 2020. The house was near completion when 4 weeks ago I stopped by to check on the progress and found standing water in the basement, a few days after a really hard rain *SEE ATTACHED PHOTOS*. Told the builder about it and sent them the photos of the standing water in the basement. They shrugged it off and stated that they don’t know where the water is coming from. I have photos and videos from multiple days over the last 4 weeks of standing water and white water spots throughout the entire basement *SEE ATTACHED PHOTOS*. Had a home inspection and there were pools of water on the floor in the basement. There was also white outlined water spots. The home inspector said the water near the wall/floor is coming from outside infiltration and that the issue should be evaluated further. Sent my home inspection report to Fischer and they blew it off. They said they ran a water hose in the backyard and did not see any water infiltration in the basement. Fast forward. Wednesday July 8, 2020, I went to my home orientation walk through. I spoke to Greg Selby (construction supervisor) about the wet basement issue. Again, I showed him the photos and asked where the water is coming from. He simply stated that he does not know but he stands by his product (house). He said he was going to run the hose in the backyard for a few hours and see if he can find any problems. July 11, 2020, I went to check on the basement. The extra carpet that was rolled up and sitting on the basement floor was now upstairs.There were new water spots on the floor and the builder had put blower dryers in the basement to dry the area. The dryers were on full blast. If there is no water infiltration issue, what are the dryers for? Obviously after the hose test, there was water infiltrating into the basement, again. There were also new white outline water spots on the floor that were not present in the basement on July 8 during the orientation. Fischer has offered no remedy or plan to address the issue. Their approach has to been to pretend the issue is non existent. That is completely unacceptable. This has been a nightmare. This was my first time buying a home and I want nothing more than to just close and move in. But I cannot do that until Fischer adequately addresses the water issue. I really thought I was doing the right thing by building. The worse decision I made was to choose Fischer Homes. Based on my opinion their work has been subpar and way below the standards I expect for a new home. Fischer has shown no integrity. They have taken no responsibility for adequately addressing the issues. No accountability what so ever. I am spending almost 300k for a NEW home, and so far that is not what I am getting. I am bewildered at how Fischer can just ignore this serious problem and keep asking me when I’m going to close. I will close when you give me what I am paying for, a quality, well built home free from water infiltration. I won’t accept anything less. I highly discourage anyone from using this builder. You work hard for your money. Don’t waste it. Do your research and find another company who actually takes pride in their work product. A home is a big investment. Don’t make that investment with Fischer Homes.
    - loukesha b.
  • F
    GL Dart General Contracting - A1 Roofing & Construction
    This company did a roof on the house next to me 1 year ago. The job took an entire week and they refused to clean up scrap and nails on a daily basis, I had nails and scrap in my lawn and I even stepped on a nail and had to get a tetanus shot because of it. I called and talked to Greg, the owner, and told him what happened. His response was to keep me and my f***ing dog out of the yard until they were finished. I had to call the police on these people and a few other neighbors had problems with them also. They were cursing so loud a neighbor about 3 or 4 doors down had to ask them to be quiet. One of the contractors came off of the roof and tried to start a fight with him. 1 year later, almost to the day, a truck throws nails in my driveway. I have this all on video. 2 weeks later I find that truck parked right in front of a house getting a roof. Next to the truck is a G.L. Dart sign. Beware this company unless you HATE your neighbors or just don't care who works on your house.
    - Paul M.
  • A
    Security Roofing Inc
    Great! Was doubtful if they would get the roof on the house the day it was scheduled due to a light snowfall, but they came out first thing checked out the surface of the wood and blew off the snow and got to work. Comment by one of the other contractors was that does roofing was they would have gone home, but Security was there to put on a roof and they did. Put in a good long day and got a lot done then returned the following day to finish up. Cleanup post installation was good.  Wish all the contractors building our new home would have been this determined to get the job done right and cleanup afterwards.
    - JAMES D.
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    Paul A Maiden Construction LTD
    They came in and did the renovation work, dry wall, carpeting, flooring. He's very personable, conscientious, and followed through on warranty when repairs needed to be done.
    - Thaddeus A.
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    BEAVER CONSTRUCTION
    Great! Frank came out two days before Thanksgiving, tore out the old concrete, poured the new section and had it all done before the holiday. The whole job was finished within 10 days of the first time I contacted him.
    - Joanne H.
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    EAGLE CONSTRUCTION OF VIRGINIA INC
    They have done a wonderful job. The customer service is wonderful. So far the house the looks great!
    - Keros M.
  • A
    Dan Devol Contracting
    My wife and I want to commend Dan DeVol Builders for the outstanding custom home they built for us in Bellbrook Ohio. Construction began in October 2013 and was completed, on time in June 2014. His skilled and dedicated subcontractors worked steadily through that very harsh winter to get it all done. The first step was getting a good plan together that incorporated the unusual lot size/shape, conformed to the local housing association covenants/codes and most importantly gave us what we wanted. We selected a Craftsman style, similar to others that Dan has done in the past.  He and his designer did a fine job with that, letting us make modifications and warning us against others. Once we agreed on the design, Dan provided a very accurate cost estimate. He also gave us a list of local mortgage brokers he has worked with over the years. We went with Kathy Shaw who was excellent. She got us a very fair building loan and a really good final mortgage. Construction started with the foundation. The foundation guys encountered a significant cavity under the site (an old debris dump). Dan took the time and expense to solve that problem. Our foundation is SOLID. The sump pump almost never goes off. Next up were the Amish framers who worked steadily (and safely) during a very cold winter. Dan was able to pretty closely supervise the construction since he normally has only two to four jobs going at a time. Thus he was able to catch and rectify small errors and deviations from the plan. As building continued we were called upon to make choices: shingle, brick, stone and grout color, tile or wood flooring, electrical and plumbing fixture types and much, much more. It was a lot of work. Be prepared to make lots of decisions if you want a custom home. Some sub-contractors of special note were: the German Baptist cabinet maker (wow); the wood floor guy (hard to get hold of but outstanding workmanship); and the finish carpenters who did exquisite detail work on the front of the house as well as interior work to include the stair case and coffered ceiling. Dan?s brother made our front door and casement. We were able to move in on time. The house has exceeded our expectations. Dan told us to expect/look for problems or discrepancies as we occupied the house. These have been taken care of in the year plus we have lived here.    Bottom line: Building a custom home is not an easy process and it?s not for everyone. You get what you want but you have to put in lots of your own effort. But if you?re committed, Dan and his team are really good. They?re easy to work with, do high quality work and give you what you pay for; in other words, EXCELLENT VALUE.
    - mark m.
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