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    Affordable Solutions LLC
    Great. Brandon arrived early, assessed the situation and completed the repair in one day. Brandon arrived early for appointment ready to work. I had previously had a leak locator identify the problem as being in the crawl space. Brandon indicated that the water in the space did not support the leak being in the crawl space. He did some measurements and translated these to the outside of the house, where he did find the leak. He had to dig with his hands (literally) to avoid breaking the sewer pipe that was running parallel to the water pipe. He worked until the project was completed. I had several other estimates which ranged up to 5 times his price. The other plumbers were planning to dig in the crawl space - which would have been a waste of time.. One said I would need to replace the pipe from the street to the house. Brandon was more thoughtful and investigated the situation more thoroughly before starting the work. He was professional and kept me informed of the progress during the day. I highly recommend him.
    - Rebecca T.
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    Prestige Design & General Contracting Inc.
    It took them a month between the time when I signed the contract until when they actually started work. Also, the workers showed up at 8am and the supervisor didn't show up until 10am, so the workers were just sitting around for 2 hours. The retaining wall turned out nicely. However, they did a horrible job on the shed. I've done building myself and they didn't do a good job on the building. Their carpentry was horrible.  I had the treated lumber in place already. There's a standard proceedure on how to build a stud wall and they didn't follow it. They only put in one top plate instead of two on the stud walls. Also, when you put the roof joists in, you normally put in blocking in to keep it braced; I had to tell them to do that. Then they put the roof sheeting on before they put the siding on, so the sheeting on the siding ended up on the side of the roof sheeting -- which isn't how it's supposed to be done. They didn't put any trim on the corners until I told them. I had to do a lot of corrections myself. There were several places where they didn't measure correctly and the roof ended up out of square. They also charged me an additional $1300 over the contract price to put in beveled cedar siding on the front. The instructions came with the siding, and instead of following the directions, they did their own thing. When I patted the finished siding, the siding fell down. They used short staples instead of actual nails into the studs.
    - mary m.
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    Lords Construction LCC
    He provides quality products/ideas to select from so we feel good about what we are putting in our home (and respects pricing whether it's products or services we need).  The sub contractors he works with are friendly and professional with outstanding results.  Tod explains the pros/cons for ideas, straightforward with pricing and is meticulous with the final product.  If something doesn't look right he will see it right away-- and it gets fixed right away and he doesn't make it our problem to worry about.
    - nichole h.
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    The project went extremely well.  We had built a house about 20 years before, in Oregon City, when Jim was one of the crew on his dad Walt's construction company.  That project went so well that when we considered building again, we thought of the Bevers and no one else.  Walt was retired and Jim was now the contractor.  Jim's expertise goes beyond mere building.  Here's one example:  when we called Jim to visit a lot we were considering, to provide a ballpark estimate, he gave us the estimate and then queried us on why we hadn't considered the lot we did eventually build on, which was adjacent.  We assumed it was actually 3 small lots, seeing some survey stakes.  Thankfully for us, Jim had done his homework and informed us that no, it was a large lot and listed for even less than the adjacent one.  Long story short:  we took advantage of the sagging market and got a great deal on the lot.  We hadn't really thought we could afford to build and were very surprised at Jim's estimate.  "This is the time to build", he said; "lumber is cheap now and all my subs are hungry for work."  One thing we value highly in dealing with Jim is his willingness and ability to communicate.  This man returns phone calls and e-mails.  It goes beyond that:  he patiently went over many house plans with us; lots and lots of hours at our kitchen table, suggesting, answering questions, discussing modifications to plans we liked etc.  He ran interference for us with the city planning dept.  One of the very few errors he made was in the estimate he gave for the cost of the building permit.  Yowzers!  It was much higher than he thought it would be.  The major negative experience was in dealing with another contractor moving two houses onto lots nearby, one of which was next to the driveway Jim punched in to our flag lot.  In moving that house in they tore up a portion of our driveway and then refused to acknowledge any damage.  Over time we suspected that there was an apparent "special relationship" between that contractor and the city inspector, to our detriment--one construction standard for us and one for her.  That was our perception. This is where Jim's skills paid off again:  when I was ready to blow up at some of the goings on, Jim calmed me down and did the talking.  He kept the focus on completing the project and not alienating the inspector.  Before we broke ground Jim explained that although we could specify which subcontractors we wanted, he had formed relationships with several over the years that he used more or less exclusively.  "They are more expensive; however, you will not only get a quality product, but if you have a problem even years from now they will attend to it and correct it."  We accepted that approach and it was a wise one.  They were experienced and gave us input on making little changes here and there that we wouldn't have thought of.  An example:  the plumber suggested that we include a hot water line to one of our outside faucets.  It was an extra cost but I'm glad we did it because I've used that feature several times and if I want to set up an outdoor shower all I have to do is run a hose out to it.  Jim has a good eye for design and color schemes and we came to value his input.  Again, there were lots of (sometimes) semi-heated discussions at the kitchen table when he would argue his point about color or texture.  Sometimes we took his suggestions and sometimes we shook our heads and opted for the alternative.  When he saw we were firm he would cheerfully drop it.  The bid did not include insulating the ceiling but Jim advised me to just do it myself, pointing out that it would keep the downstairs cooler in the summer, warmer in the winter, as well as providing some noise dampening.  For about $200 for the insulation and a couple days of labor I did it myself, using his staple gun.  He also loaned me his tiller so I could smooth the soil around the house and plant some grass seed.  We have lived here almost 2.5 years and we love our house.  If we ever decide to build again we will be giving Jim a call.
    - GARY S.
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    Hamish Murray Construction Inc
    Hamish Murray did a superb job building the shed and steps/gate to the existing front porch. We contacted several companies we had seen on Angie's list in the summer of 2008 to get bids. Unfortunately, it took Hamish Murray Const. Several weeks to return our phone. At the time they contacted us we had almost agreed to use a different builder, however, Hamish Murray Const. Was able to quickly email us back a bid that was competitive with the other prices, but they could match the shed to our house identically, which was what sold us. Ken came to our home several times to give rough drafts of what the shed would look like. When we got the final estimate, the electrical seemed to come in really high, so we asked if we could use our own electrician (since they contract out anyway), he said it was fine and we got 3 bids...all averaging half the price of their sub-contractor...not a big deal to us. We agreed to begin the project on November 1, 2008. On that day all the men showed up with supplies and began building. The framing of the shed took less than 2 weeks to build, however, there was a delay because the windows hadn't arrived. A couple weeks later when the windows arrived, the invoice showed they'd been ordered on October we're not sure if it was an ordering error or not, either way, they got the windows in and everything else was able to resume. December weather also slowed the project down, since at that point the shed and porch needed to be painted but it was too snowy and cold. The entire project was finished mid-January and we think it looks FANTASTIC. The men were all VERY professional, friendly and extremely trustworthy. We also felt 'in the loop' as to what was taking place on the project. Paul was the carpenter who worked on the majority of the project and he has a great eye for detail as well as superb craftsmanship. The only reason we rated Hamish Murray Const. a "B" for punctuality was due to them taking several weeks to respond to our initial phone call and because there were a few weeks when no one was working on the project. We are extremely happy with the company and results. We would absolutely recommend them to our friends and family and we'd use them again ourselves.
    - Stephanie M.
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    - Frank S.
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