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    Robinson Renovations
    Perfection - a master painter, carpenter, an electrician, among other skills. ���He has an eye for perfection and understands there���s only one way to do things ��� the right way," He lovingly repaired the old garage with the exact same kind of wood that had been used in the original construction from 1960. The scope of work - Bathroom - a new bathtub, sink, and mirror. Painting - Outside and inside of the house and garage. Flooring - Installed new floating flooring. Plumbing - kitchen, laundry room, and outside faucets. Electrical - new outlets for outside plugs. This project was the first adventure of my giveback project - I am buying homes and rehabbing them to rent to a VET with a section 8. This was my first experience at rehabbing a house and being a 74 year old woman - you can imagine what could have happened. With Robinson Renovation I was able to acchieve perfection and creat a HOME for a VET that is safe and upto date. Bottom line - SUCCESS.
    - Sue H.
  • A

    J Gould Construction did a complete bathroom remodel for my father. Jason was very prompt in responding to our initial call for an estimate, showed up on time, and promptly turned the estimate around.  The estimate was very competitive. Both Jason and his crew were very respectful and helpful.  They showed up on time and worked 8 to 10 hour days.  They did a complete gut of the bathroom that existed, removal of all debris, tile floor and shower surround, plumbing, electrical, painting and cabinet installation.  They worked with our granite source to ensure the correct measurements and timing of installation.  Their work was impeccable and they left the job site very neat and orderly at the end of each day.  They had the job complete on the scheduled finish date that was originally agreed upon and even came back to complete a few extra's that were discussed with my father as 'wish list' items.  Overall, this was a very good experience and I plan on using their services again in the near future.

    - Sheryl G.
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    JJT Construciton
    john was a true professional. came in on time, did an exceptional job exactly what he was hired to do. very friendly prompt, thorough and cleaned up after himself. no problems what so ever. i highly recommend using john for any of your needs. remodeling etc.  pricing was very reasonable, best price i could find!
    - marty s.
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    JJT Construciton
    john came in and did the job he promised, very professional sevice, prompt, friendly and cleaned up everything when done i would recommend his services to anyone who is in need of a great job done!
    - marty s.
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    ProBuilt Homes
    If you are considering
    building with ProBuilt the following were areas that really stood out:

    • Working from a builder spec home (model) and blueprints all changes were very easy and all drawn to our liking, the process was smooth and professional - suggestions were made to assist us with ideas and concepts.·
    • The building process is well documented.   Working with all the suppliers such as flooring, lighting, cabinets, plumbing, carpentry, electrical, HVAC, trim was easy and truly allowed for a custom home.  This is a custom builder so you will meet with many local suppliers - experts in their field who make great suggestions and support you in your decisions. 
    • There are multiple walk through?s where decisions are made on electrical, closets, mirrors and bathroom fixtures, paint colors and progress is reviewed.  ProBuilt has a top notch construction manager that keep us informed, keeps the trades in line and will hold on any item he is unsure of or the trades are unsure of for your clarification.  Much attention to detail was exhibited.  They worked quicklyto get the house enclosed to keep the elements out to protest the raw lumber - I cant say that for many other builders I have seen.
    • ProBuilt?s staff all have a role to support in the process with very fluid hand-offs to each person in the office.. 
    • When visiting the home under construction the trades such as the drywall, painters, plumbers, carpenters,
    cement, stone masons, were friendly and informative and willing to answer questions.
    • Good quality products were used throughout the build, this is so important, top rated brands and higher grade items are
    common and standard with ProBuilt.  They are relentless on keeping your build clean as possible while being constructed, in addition they don't allow any smoking or food in the house while being built.
    • The ProBuilt team utilizes IPads to share all information, changes and information.  It is very clear that if you mention to anyone
    on the team a change or question it is documented real time on their IPads which virtually eliminates errors as they are sharing one working file that virtually eliminated errors on our build,  we had many changes along the way that were handled flawlessly due to this use of current technology.·        

    • After move in support is fantastic, those little items that pop up are continually addressed and fixed immediately.  This is truly a relentless dedication to ensure we are happy and the final product was superior.
    • Plan on blocking out significant time for selections such as tile, wood floor, carpet, lights, trim, appliances, cabinets and the design of the kitchen, plumbing fixtures, external stone, siding and trim colors and materials to mention a few ? you will need to make many of your selections very early in the process so the items are available when they are needed.           

    • Include most of the elements of your new home in the initial build agreement ? this will allow for less cash outlay as you add features and enhancements during the process  - which you will!!.  It will be very clear that many amenities you add are a great value during the build and very expensive after - as an example we ended up with about 12 more recessed lights costing a fraction of what it would have costed to add later.
    • Visit the project often to ensure you have no surprises and you may see something you want added or changed before it can be too late (or much more expensive), they welcome you to visit your project often as another set of eyes on the project will minimize any errors.

    The home is very energy efficient!!

    Enjoy the experience ? you will end up with a great quality home !!
    - Paul S.
  • F
    Home Remedies
    They started right after Labor Day last year (September 8, 2010), they disassembled my deck and took down the Florida room(September 9, 2010)  and they started digging around the basement on October 4, 2010. October 5, 2010 it flooded because it was pouring rain. October 6, 2010 they poured concrete in the rain. They put a heat cover over the forms because it was still sopping wet and not drying at all. October 11, 2010 they poured gravel and they dug the sump pump pit. They also started the block wall on the 11th of October. October 12, 2010 they cut the whole of the existing basement wall for the addition. October 13, 2010 they came and were ready to pour the basement floor and everything seems to be going well. On October 14, 2010 it is pouring rain again and rain is pouring into the old basement through a doorway. So I had called the contractor and he said he was in Pennsylvania and said he could not come deal with the water in the basement. My old basement flooded and we waited 5 hours for someone to come out to help with it. He finally showed up like 6 hours later and put a pump in temporarily to help control the water. October 20, 2010 they came to start building the addition above the basement. They are starting to disassemble my kitchen on October 20, 2010 which they gave me a one day notice to clean cabinets out and everything. October 21, 2010 they are dissembling the family room and kitchen and taking back wall of the house out. October 21, 2010 the eye beam came in to be put on the addition. There was still too much wetness in the yard they could not get a crane in the yard, they came the next day, October 22, 2010, they bought a longer crane in. October 24, 2010 the existing windows went in and plywood as well. October 26, 2010 they came to dig the foundation of the porch out so they could make it bigger. They poured the footer for that. The next day they put the block foundation in for the porch. On October 31, 2010 my porch was still a mess so no Halloween for us. November 11, 2010 they put insulation in the ceiling and the next day they put the front porch in. They left my forms up all year (just taken down this week) for the sidewalk. The form never took, it cracked and changed colors and there was never even a step going from the sidewalk to the front porch. November 16, 2010 it rained and my new basement started leaking on all three walls and there was standing water. November 18, 2010 they are doing the drywall in the new addition. November 29, 2010 they are taking out the old kitchen floor, the next day, the new floor is getting put in. December 2- 5, 2010 they started with siding on the outside of our house. December 12- 17, 2011 my cupboards stared going in and then appliances stated coming in. After the holiday, they started cutting a form for the island. December 30, 2010 the island went in. In January, the kitchen sink area is put in and he started work on sink and other kitchen work. January 14 the fire place goes in. Janurary 27, 2011 the finally put the sliding glass door in. They splashed grout everywhere when putting the backslash in.

    Two months after they poured the basement floor,  there was a 36 foot crack in the basement floor. February 24, 2011 it rained and the basement flooded again and the floor cracks also.
    March I had the floor people come again because they did not level the floor from the old part to the new part, it was about 1 inch to 1.5 inches difference. They took up 13 tiles to replace the damage and level the floor.
    I had to do some repairs after he was gone because there were some holes around the light fixture and the backslash.
    April 7, 2011 the sliding door was not working properly, they had to replace it, a brand new center panel. When he did that it was freezing cold, and he had the door in and our and in and out and in and out. And there was a huge gouge in the tile floor, so the floor had to be replaced again.

    In April, it rained again and the yard was flooded again. Then in June they started the chimney outside. They came back to regrade the yard because it was terrible from all the rain.

    June 17, 2011 they came to re stain the panel of the door and he takes a call and steps outside and then he comes back in and finishes. Turns out there is a huge stain on my deck of golden oak. He came back with some deck cleaner and he tried to clean it. It did not clean up so now I have a stained deck (in one area). He stated he would have to replace the wood. My husband ended up fixing that.

    They broke the drain tile in the backyard and my husband had to fix that as well. July 20, 2011 we were getting new cement, driveway, sidewalk and garage floor. When they took out the garage floor so did the foundation so the whole foundation was cracked. They slapped cement over it to repair it.

    July 28, 2011 it poured again the backyard is flooded and the basement is still leaking.

    August 4, 2011 the house foundation is dug up again and filled with stone. After that they put in some additional drains out to the back of the lot. They then re- sealed the top of the basement walls to stop it from leaking.

    Then in September, the contractor came to put dry lock on the walls of basement.
    After that dried , he pained the floor and filled the huge crack and painted over that.

    The new cement guy took out the sidewalk and driveway to start repairing that. Then they grated the  driveway and put a drain in as well.

    September 25, I took it upon myself to grade my own sidewalk. I was tired of waiting because I had a party on the beginning of November.

    My contractor stated the cement guy could not go further with out payment, I told the contractor to pay the cement guy because I had already paid him. He said he could not pay him he had no money so I told him I would pay directly if he re signed my contract stating I did not owe him anymore money. He did change my contractor on my copy, he just wrote over what it originally said.

    That's the last I heard of him. I do not want him here anymore. Every time he comes he messes something up. I know he has lied to me, he had not paid the plumber or the wood guy in full yet.
    - Brenda T.
  • A
    The construction process was very smooth.  They had the house done a month ahead of schedule, which was perfect since we had sold our existing home and needed to be out sooner.  After the house was up, we had a couple hiccups.  The company decided to change its warranty program, and therefore we have had a few issues with getting corrective work done.  There have only been a handful of issues, but getting them addressed has been difficult. Overall, I would absolutely still recommend them.
    - jonathan d.
  • A
    Ryan Homes
    In general everything went well. There were a few mistakes. In the model home, the basement was finished and we saw where the windows would be. When they built our house they put our basement windows in different places then where they were in the model and they never informed us that they would be doing that. I think the sales people should be a little more thorough when explaining things like this. However, any concerns or complaints you have are always addressed very quickly.
    - EILEEN B.
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    Jemm Construction LLC
    - Lorraine R.
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    Desborough Construction Inc

    - Lisa S.
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