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  • A
    all size buildings
    Excellent service. John and Samantha worked with us to help us decide on the type and layout of shed we wanted, even visiting the site where the shed was to be built. On the day of tear down/installation, crew arrived on time and worked efficiently. Tore down and hauled away old shed and built the new one all in one morning. Cleaned up all debris from work site. I would hire All Size Buildings again and recommend them to friends and family.
    - Robert V.
  • D
    Ram Restoration - Eighth Enterprise
    In early November, 2015, we encountered our first problem with Ram. Their workers removed storm windows on the second floor of our house and proceeded to butcher 2 window sills and casings around the windows in order to install THE WRONG SIZE TRUSSES for our addition. (NO phone call to ask the homeowners if they really wanted to have 4 inches of window blocked off by these incorrect trusses.) The blueprints showed the trusses coming up well below the second story windows! Ram was told to replace the trusses. There was a delay to get the correct size trusses made and installed, but the mutilated window trims still remain. (Nothing was wrong with them - the wood was solid before Ram came.) Their scheduler does not have an understanding of organization or construction sequences. Ram scheduled HVAC before the plumber. Drain lines need a specific slope to connect to the sewer, and now furnace ductwork is in the exact spot where the drain line should have gone. My engineer husband got so frustrated with the lack of efficiency, that he asked Ram president and CEO, Randy Mount, to show us his planning chart for our project...he didn't have one. So my husband created one and gave it to Randy to use! It is crucial that the homeowners have a knowledge of proper construction methods and watch over Ram's shoulders, to catch their shortcuts. (Primed only one (visible) side of the wooden soffit, wooden steps down to bare ground with no cement pad underneath, roofing prep ice guard, drip edge and underlayment was started improperly until pointed out by the homeowner - and told to start it over and do it in "read the directions on the shingle package", etc. (Those 30-40-50 year roofing warranties are void if the roof isn't installed properly.) After the initial prep job was corrected, the rest of the addition roof looks nice. Ram only ordered supplies when needed. They ran short of roofing shingles, so there was a couple of days delay to get more. Then the workers ran out of roofing caps and he had to order more, so there was another delay. Why not order ALL the shingles and ALL the caps for ALL the project so that the shingle style, design, pattern and colors will match. (The original house and garage were in the contract to be re-roofed and they haven't been done, yet. I doubt the rest of the shingles, etc. haven't been ordered yet either.) Blueprints show three 3 foot wide pocket doors to be installed for the homeowners "later years". Ram installed one 3' pocket door frame, one 2'8" pocket door frame and one 2'4" pocket door frame. (I don't know if a wheelchair could fit through a 28-inch wide doorway. And that was the door into the bathroom!) The new addition sat all winter with just tarpaper on the roof. Rain and snow leaked inside, ran across the plywood sub floor and down inside 2 new furnace registers. This spring, we have standing water in those 2 ductwork/insulation for mold to grow and/or mosquitoes to breed in. We had so much INactivity (one day a week for a few hours) that we have a bird's nest in the rafters, field mice coming into the main house under the plastic covering on the back wall and wild critter poop on what is to become my new kitchen floor. At the beginning, we asked for the cost of any additions/changes that we ask for AT THAT TIME, don't wait until the end to give them to us. This spring, we told Ram to "stop" until we got an itemized listing of the adds. It took several weeks for him to get it to us...and then it wasn't totally correct. (We aren't going to pay for 500 square feet of soffit when our entire addition is 500 square feet - the soffit is just on the perimeter!) After 9 months of putting up with Ram Restoration's inefficiencies, our new addition has: foundation, framing, sheathing on the exterior walls and roof and roofing shingles. The SUB contractors have done a good job for us, so far. They have most of the heating, most of the plumbing and the electric has been started. The new windows are lying on the floor waiting to be installed. To our knowledge, neither the new siding or the window/door exterior framing has been ordered, yet. The old Tyvek needs to come off, the City inspector needs to check the nail pattern before the job can proceed. We ordered custom doors. Ram asked us to pay for them up front and we wrote a check to Ram Restoration in December, 2015. We heard from the supplier that these custom doors had arrived in March, 2016. Ram apparently didn't pay for our doors until they were delivered to our house in July. We hired a lawyer to handle the situation. We do not want any further contact from Ram Restoration. They can pick up their tools that were left on our property, but they are to call our lawyer before they come. Our bottom line: We would NOT recommend Ram Restoration to anyone, and we definitely would NOT want to use them again! Ram Restoration took my retirement "dream house" and turned it into a disastrous NIGHTMARE!
    - Joe G.
  • B
    Weaver Barns Ltd
    They were punctual and the workmanship was very good. My only complaint is that the lumber was very green and it almost immediately began to shrink. The floorboards are cupped (warped) quite badly. I called and requested that someone come out to inspect it but, despite assurances to the contrary, no one showed up or called. So my advice is to insist that they use aged lumber.
    - Edward L.
  • C
    HandyMan 24seven
    I used my 25 foot ladder to examine chimney. Trying to get off the ladder my shoelace got caught and I lost any intent on doing the repair myself.
    I left my 25 foot ladder in place and Steven Black used it to see there was no flashing cement on side of chimney.
    Steven Black quoted me $240 to put the flashing on. Roof leaked previous evening (huge storm) so I asked if he was going to get off ladder. He said yes.  Mr. Black climbed up the ladder and applied flashing cement on one side of chimney.  He had me steady the bottom of the ladder while he leaned forward to apply some of the cement.  He did not get off the ladder.  Because he did not do the back of the chimney he quoted me a price of $200.
    After Mr. Black left I looked at the application of the flashing cement and thought he did a good applying it where he did. I think Mr. Black was a nervous about the height as I was.  I believe that Mr. Black took advantage of me because the property is a rental, and because the neighborhood is affluent.  
    Mr. Black came when he said he would and seemed familiar with applying the flashing cement.  The job was neatly done.  I think the service call should have run about $100.  If the roof leaks again I will call a different provider.
    - mary P.
  • A
    Ram Restoration - Eighth Enterprise
    Randy's crew was on time, professional, friendly, and accommodating. We made a few changes to the plan along the way and the Ram guys were great about it. All in all, this was a great company to work with. So helpful. We had another issue come up inside our house and Randy went out of his way to help us resolve that issue, too. It's hard to find dependable, honest contractors who do good work. But we definitely found that with Ram.
    - Barbara C.
  • A
    Jeff was very professional and patient as I debated what size garage I wanted and where to put it. Every time I changed my mind he would come to my house re-measure, mark off the location etc. Once I finally made my decision and paid my deposit. The work
    began very soon. The First phase they did the excavating, put up the forms and poured the concrete for the garage footer and floor. The next phase they built the garage in a week ! Then they put up the forms and poured the concrete for the driveway & patio. In about 3 weeks they finished the job. It was well done. Jeff managed the job properly.  It took less time for them to
    build the garage than for me to decide what I wanted.  I like that they use American workers that were very knowledgeable and hard working. I couldn't be happier with the job they did and I'm a hard person to please. We were fortunate that the weather co-operated during the building. We only had one day delay due to rain.
    A few suggestions for you if you're considering building a garage: 
    You'll need to consider the cost of landscaping the area around the garage. The Bob Cat excavating tears up the grass.
    You'll have additional costs for running electric to the garage.
    There may be some work required on your part for cleanup of the job site when they're done. In my case I had a deck torn out and I had to get my son to take the debris to the dump.
    I got several estimates and no other company provided these services in their bid.

    - JOHN G.
  • A
    JD Enterprises Inc
    Jim (JD) was always punctual and he stuck by his estimate. He did not try to haggle me after the fact. He was always respectful and professional to me (I'm a single woman) and to my home. The job site was always cleaned up at the end of the day.
    - Natalie M.
  • D
    It didn't.
    - Vicki S.
  • A
    SP General Contractors LLC.
    - Lynette B.
  • A
    SP General Contractors LLC.
    - Lynette B.
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