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General Contracting reviews in Mount Pleasant

  • A
    Tim Shaw Maintenance Inc
    Tim was always prompt and performed the tasks in a timely and professional manner. As a single woman I know I can count on him to help with the things I cannot do on my own and feel comfortable enough to leave a key when I'm not home. I highly recommend him for all those general maintenance and special projects around your home! *Cost of service is usually by the hour and the amount provided below represents work performed over a period of months.
    - Nancy R.
  • A
    Tim Shaw Maintenance Inc
    Naturally, more boards had to be replaced than were initially thought to be moisture-damaged. Tim primed the new cedar boards very well, including the ends of them (this step had obviously been neglected in the existing clapboards). Tim did a great job, from start to finish, was easy to communicate with, very punctual and professional.
    - Anna D.
  • A
    Charleston Painting Contractors
    They provided prep work on the trim then painting it. Filling nail wholes if there were any and caulking them. The workers were working under extreme weather conditions, 100+ temperatures, so they were messier than they were before.
    - Franklin M.
  • B
    Charleston Painting Contractors
    We used them 3 or 4 times before. The first time we thought they were really great. Successive times they have gotten a little bit not as careful with their work, I would say. when it comes to paint splatter and things like that and attention to detail.
    - Franklin M.
  • A
    Commonwealth Contracting LLC
    We are very pleased with the results of our project. The project encountered many unforeseen issues as old bathroom fixtures, kitchen cabinets and floors were taken out, however Mike had excellent solutions for every problem encountered and the additional charges to correct the unforeseen issues were very reasonable.
    - Lynn L.
  • F
    Williford Roofing Inc
    My first appointment was missed and my second was 35 minutes late. Never got the estimate that was to be sent via email and followed up with a text and confirmation of my email and still have yet to receive an estimate 11 days later.
    - Baron M.
  • A
    HIS Handiwork LLC
    Ross is a pleasure to work with. We struggled to connect initially because he had a full schedule. Once we decided on a time/date, he did great work in a timely manner. I felt very comfortable working while I was away from the house and I would highly recommend him to anyone looking to get things done "that you just never get around to doing". I look forward to having him back out to work on my new and growing list of projects.
    - Christopher V.
  • A
    Charleston Remodeling Inc
    My daughter and son-in-law called Mark and received a response right away. An estimate and any modifications were always provided within a couple of days. Charleston Remodeling was responsive throughout the entire process. While removing old floors Mark and his team found a separate issue with the foundation. Mark promptly notified them of the issue. The issue was the responsibility of the homeowner's association. Mark used his business connections with the homeowner's association's contractor to expedite the process of getting the foundation fixed. This saved time (possibly weeks) and money. Mark and his team are forthright and flexible. They provided a great product and effort. The floors and ceiling are better looking now than before. Mark and his team are reasonable people.
    - Marie M.
  • F
    The Renovators Inc
    Shannon Davidson and his partner Chris Hicks came highly recommended, so we thought we had a good contractor. The role of the GC is to make sure the work is done according to what was agreed upon at the time of contract. Unfortunately, not too long into the job, we discovered that we had a texting contractor who would rarely appear at the site to supervise his subs, but who could be counted on to show when he needed money. The job was no small job. It included a very large bluestone patio, an outdoor kitchen, pergola, fountain, and a total kitchen rip out and renovation inside. Since this contractor turned out not to be hands- on, we constantly had subs showing up unsupervised. This became quite problematic with the patio. The grouting was amateurish at best. They even laid the patio over our sprinkler system even though it was clearly marked. These things made it necessary to rip up a great deal of the grout and redo it, and it required fixing the sprinkler system and addressing a drainage issue ? one that should have been addressed before construction as we agreed on. Most things had to be redone 2 or 3 times. If I weren?t supervising the best I could, more of the job outside would have had to be redone. The outdoor kitchen had to be redone a couple of times due to incorrect measurements. The granite top had to be redone because a template was never made. The plumbing and electrical work constantly required additional visits due to mistakes or misunderstandings because we had no one on site overseeing the job etc.  These conditions lengthened the job considerably. The contractor made good on these corrections, but the inconvenience was immense. For the pergola, I was introduced to the carpenters who were going to build it, but they failed to show and new ones were sent. A load of wood was delivered and two guys showed up by themselves. I asked them how many pergolas they had built, and one of them admitted that he had experience with only one ? his personal one. The other gentleman had no experience building one. They were sent with no plans as well. I was asked by my contractor via text to give them a photo of what I wanted. Later, I was asked to trace out the shape of the ends of the beams directly onto the wood. I felt I had to be there all the time because of this lack of supervision of the subs.  I ended up researching and buying brackets for the pergola so I could end up with a pergola that was close to the one I showed to my contractor originally.  In the end, the pergola came out okay, but the patio floor was a huge disappointment (see photos), and there were structural problems with the outdoor kitchen. Grout covers most of the stones in many places, and generally looks sloppy.  Inside our house, similar problems were occurring. The lack of attention to detail, lack of supervision of subs, subs acting unprofessionally (complaining, voicing concerns about getting paid, and throwing fits) and missing cabinet components, made this as stressful as the outside work. I had sub contractors at my home on weekends and at night. Since nothing was covered, as agreed upon, the dust created a huge mess, and keeping my furnishings clean was almost impossible.  I made my displeasure known to this contractor over and over again about the texting, the problems on site, and the problems with some subs, but he failed to make any meaningful changes. It was found out during the job, that this contractor had 13 jobs going and my husband and I felt that our job ? although totaling almost $75,000 worth of work was not that important to him, or he was just spread too thin. The worst of it was not having the permits pulled for this job that we stressed from the beginning and insisted on throughout the job, only to finally give up in the end due to the lack of coordination of the time frame. I believe the plumbing work and electrical was done properly with my own supervision, but it was not what we agreed on and it generated much stress on my part.  The patio is requiring us to make costly repairs, and issues with the outdoor kitchen still haven?t been resolved. I had to hire a structural engineer, a new contractor, and have lost a lot of time dealing with these problems. Chris Hicks and Shannon Davidson have broken appointments, and basically misrepresented what they would do to remedy the situation. Avoid these guys.....
     

    - Karen C.
  • A
    Commonwealth Contracting LLC

    We had massive water damage underneath our house, due to poorly-installed HVAC ducts that had been sweating against our subfloors for several years. Insurance was a largely a no-go, since it was condensation related, so budget was a big factor. Still, I was insistent that the job be done right. I bid the job out to about five or six companies and selected Commonwealth for a couple of reasons. First, Mike's recommendations included no short cuts. He did not suggest that we could lower costs by making compromises here or there -- he said, to do it right, here's what we have to do. Second, he was scrupulously honest. When we were talking about possible insurance claims, he made it clear that he would not misrepresent the extent or cause of the damage in order to get a larger claim. This was critically important to me; anyone willing to cheat an insurance company wouldn't think twice about cheating me.

    Basically, we went down to dirt in parts of the house and had to rebuild from the ground up. The biggest part of the job was in the kitchen, which had to be completely demolished and rebuilt.  When Mike's original kitchen guy came in to high, he found another one that was able to work within our budget and did beautiful work. We took advantage of the opportunity to knock a wall out of our galley kitchen and replace it with a really big granite peninsula.  It completely changed the entire space. I wish I'd done it years ago.

    All of his subs were fantastic. We stayed in the house during the entirety of the project, which was probably 3.5 months (not sure I'd do that again), and they all left the site very clean every day, even sealing up the holes in the subfloor with plywood. The only sub I was not 100 percent happy with was his floor guys, who I think finished the floors in sections rather than all at once, but Mike sent them back and insisted that they would keep coming back until I was satisfied.

    The job took a good bit longer than we originally projected, but this job seemed to grow as we went along. At one point, we discovered a roof leak that we decided meant a new roof, which Mike was able to do at a rate that was right in line with others to whom I'd bid the job. Bottom line, Commonwealth did a super job. Honest, good work ethic, no shortcuts, high quality -- the job will be done right, at a competitive rate. We were very satisfied. For the first time in a long time, I can sleep at night knowing that our home is on good solid ground.  I'd use them again in a heartbeat.


    - Kathryn N.
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