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    VaughnBuilt - Remodeling-Repairs-Inspection
    David and his staff were great to work with and while it took a little longer than we expected the results were great and we are very happy with the renovations. VaughnBuilt does excellent work and they were good in communicating with us on a regular basis and we would highly recommend them. Glad that we chose to work with them!
    - Charles Wayne W.
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    Pacheco Contracting LLC
    Contractor did a wonderful job. The holdups were due to the permitting process of Town of James Island and County of Charleston along with cabinet (Diamond ordered through Lowes - our decision) and counter top (again through Lowes) problems and setbacks.
    - Carol P.
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    Pacheco Contracting LLC
    Mr. Pacheco performed the job as I have asked. the list includes, bathroom wall removed and replaced with new tile, features were replace and re-glazed of the tub. Also the back door and screen door was replace with a new ones. Finally he fix and replaced the electrical outlet that was not working. Also I have asked to remove and haul away an old deck.
    - Rocio T.
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    Steves Service
    It took a while for the job to start since the previous job had many unexpected issues come up. Once on the job the work progressed well. The estimated time to complete the job was 5 - 6 weeks and that was an accurate estimation. Materials were ordered and delivered. Steve was spot on when ordering the siding - there was no overage. One thing I really appreciated was that Steve took the time to show me details on my house as the old siding was removed. He pointed out the excellent construction techniques that were used when my house was built which was so good to see and hear.
    - Lucy E.
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    Pacheco Contracting LLC
    FANTASTIC! Claudio and his team were perfect. Was frustrated after a bad experience with a contractor with little experience. Important to get a licensed contractor! Claudio was so nice and they did a great job quickly! So pleased!
    - Christine D.
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    Brink Home Improvements & Renovations LLC
    Mike did an excellent job on both jobs that he did for us. He is detail oriented which causes his work to be thorough. He has got a strong work ethic which leads him to be punctual and reliable and to care about the work he does. He communicated well right from the beginning and was flexible with his timing. I highly recommend Mike Banghart (Brink Home Improvement). He works hard and the results were excellent!
    - Susan F.
  • F
    Windows for Less
    I'm not really sure where to begin, so let me just say this first and foremost: you should absolutely, 100%, with every fiber of your being, avoid dealing with this company. Period. Let me expand by giving you several issues that arose during this nightmare process. The job I contracted Dave (owner) and his cronies (all also named Dave) to complete was a simple 12'x12' screened porch. The old deck was to be torn down and a new one in its place was to be built. Here's the timeline of how that unfolded: January 16th, 2017 - Signed contract to have the porch built June 14th, 2017 - Old deck is actually torn down June 27th, 2017 - Work begins on the rebuild September 10th 2017 - Screened porch is finally completed For those keeping score at home, yes, that is 7.5 months for a 12'x12' screened porch. Nearly EIGHT months. For a simple build. For reference, my friend's entire custom-built HOUSE was built in less time (ground broke in December, work was completed in June). If the above farce of a timeline doesn't scare you off, let me tell you a few other examples of the myriad of headaches I had the displeasure of dealing with: Professionalism/Disrespect - Between what has been mentioned above and what will be mentioned below, there is enough disrespect and lack of professionalism to go around. There's also this: on the day I signed the contract with Dave (a salesman) he made a comment about my appearance. On that day, I had a beard and he made an off-color joke about my name/beard and that some would confuse it for a terrorist. I kind of just awkwardly laughed it off, but this was clearly a sign of things to come from all three Daves in this scenario. On one of the last days (again, several days after the deck should have been completed), I very angrily texted him (at that point I'd had enough of his inaction) and he told me, and I quote, "Chill out he's almost done." Wonderful customer service right there, Dave. Lack of communication - Throughout the process, my calls and texts were regularly ignored by all three Daves. When things WERE done, it was almost exclusively done behind my back, without ever filling me in on the goings on around my house. You can see how that would be a bit of a problem when people would just come and go around the house and strange times of day on a regular basis. I'm not sure if this was because they were intentionally avoiding any conversation with me or they just flat didn't care. Regardless, they would go awol for days at a time. Dave (salesman) stopped responding to all my texts March 8. Dave (builder) didn't respond after June 28. Dave (the owner) scarcely responded to any attempted contact. Frustrating doesn't begin to describe it. Lies/excuses - Throughout the entire process, there was always an excuse, and a lie about the timeline. I was always only "two weeks" away from something. At one point in the process, he said the county was reviewing the permit he submitted. After weeks of no follow-up, I called the county myself, to which they said Dave (owner) was not licensed to do the work, his engineer was not licensed in the state of SC, and the plans he submitted were generic and not specific to my job. They also said they left a voicemail for Dave he did not return for almost 3 weeks before I called them to get things moving along. When I asked the county office if he is licensed himself to do windows (which their name would suggest), they stated he is not and has to subcontract the windows or otherwise pay another contractor to stamp their submission of plans to the county. The "crew" - Dave (the owner) swore up and down his crew was competent and had worked for him many times in the past. They then did not show up on the first day. When I asked Dave what happened, he said, and I quote, "they all had doctor's appointments today." An excuse fitting for a kindergartener, maybe. Anyway, when they finally do show up, Dave (builder) is in a neck brace and his "crew" is just two other people. They tear it down that day and don't show up for two more weeks to continue working at the house. After a few more visits at the house, it ends up being just Dave the builder showing up to the house. When I asked him why the others stopped showing up, he said he did not know where Dave (the owner) got his people from because he had never worked with the two other men before. From that point forward, it was only Dave (the builder) working alone at the house. Miscellaneous issues - Between the day the deck was torn down and the day they finally declared the deck complete, they had completed ZERO hauling off of my old deck. So that meant two large piles of debris taking up space in my yard, which eventually killed off two large chunks of grass. Dave (builder) also developed some bizarre habit of driving through my front yard and parking by my fence gate on days he would work at the house. My yard is not large, and there was no need for this. Regardless, his constant trips through my front yard destroyed two very distinct tire lines through my front yard. I have many, many, MANY more negative things I could say about this company, but I think you get the idea. The work itself was satisfactory for the most part (he improperly installed the door frame and just filled the bottom with unsightly putty), the price was somewhat lower than other bids I had received, but if I had known the stress I'd experience while seeing this through, I would have avoided these incompetent stooges from the beginning. I never ONCE received an apology or remorse. Not even one. These fools do not deserve to be in business.
    - Amir G.
  • A
    Handyman Connection of Charleston
    They did good.  It took a little longer than he thought because he had to get some extra screws and things but we got charged one set price and that's all it was.  He did the shingles first on a different visit after a storm we visit and then we had him back for the door because he did a good job.  I liked his price and quality of work.
    - Christine S.
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    Brink Home Improvements & Renovations LLC
    I purchased a two bedroom 2 bath condo as an investment property. The seller had covered major holes in the walls with furniture placement and the entire coastal property was painted in dark, deep pigment colors. Tile was missing in one shower. None of the closet doors closed. Carpet with filthy. None of the light fixtures were salveable or properly wired. Despite this I got a dream tenant who wanted to sign a lease and move in within a week. Mike pulled permits and expedited HOA approval and brought in a top notch crew. They patched, akimmed prepped and painted the entire condo including inside cabinets, worked around the carpet crew, replaced all lighting fixtures and faulty wiring, power washed outdoor patio and repainted it, fixed broken windows and closet doors, installed blinds, changed locks, installed a new stove that Lowe���s dropped off and coupon properly install, installed new vessel sinks and new kitchen faucets. Mike stopped by and saw carpet installers had messed up the quarter round and baseboards in various places and he knew the tenant was coming in the next day; he worked overnight doing touch ups. He kept me in close communication, honored his budget quote, got approval on any possible over runs (then managed to avoid them) and had the place clean and ready for the cleaning crew and the new tenant. Mike has become sought after in the James Island, Folly, John���s and surrounding areas because he���s so reliable, honest and a true craftsman. I am already planning another major project in my home and I will not even bother taking bids. Mike is the best.
    - Glenda B.
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    Custom Carolina Construction LLC
    Carson and his team did excellent work and provided a great value for the cost. The work was performed while we were in another state and unable to supervise in person, but Carson did a fantastic job communicating and did exactly what he said he would do - on time and on budget.
    - Josh E.
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