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  • A
    G&S Construction
    I was so impressed with Grant and his son's work. They were so neat and cleaned up every day after they finished. I trusted them completely with the work, leaving my garage and house unlocked. Their bid came in $3000 less than my first bid. I have recommended them to others.
    - Nora V.
  • A
    American Garage Builders
    Joel and crew did an outstanding job. They are very good at what do and ask that you do not interrupt them while they work. These guys work like a well oiled machine. Before signing a contract I viewed  Angie's list and found good reviews for American Builders. I also checked references as Joel had done another garage in my development about 3 years ago and had recently done a large garage for this same persons son in law, they were happy with everything and gave a great recommendation. I am very happy with the overall job. Joel was very professional and did all he said he would do and gave me great advice. I received a written estimate in less then half an hour and am still waiting for estimates from 6 months back from others that viewed this job. Be aware that these guys do nothing but build garages and are busy so if you decide to go with American Builders you will be put on a waiting list so I recommend you do your homework and get the contract signed. My dirt work was started on a Monday and the garage was finished the following week on Tuesday.  This included the Memorial Day weekend, numerous days of light rain, and waiting on the special siding to arrive, if not for all these set backs the garage would have been done on Friday of the same week.
    Over all I was very impressed and plan to use Joel again when I do my next project.
    Thanks to Joel and American Builders!
    - Mike P.
  • C
    Scott McCaskell Construction
    It took almost a year (it was a 600 sq. foot house to begin with). He left his van in our drive for months while he was off working on other projects, not working on the job here. The paint job on the outside is coming off, it's been up there about a month. There is hardly water pressure in the first floor bath or kitchen. The yard is basically trashed, fence destroyed. I would never use him again.
    - Joel W.
  • A
    I am so thankful to Bickett Construction for sending guys to do all the dirty work of removing old flooring and dealing with the old dusty and some musty debris. Jim sent two good guys who did a good quality job and were also helpful to me with good advice and helped me think through the bathroom finishes. I was very happy with the sub contractors he sent. The plumber to replace the old, old pipes to the sink and bathtub and the electrician to wire in a outlet for the heated flooring and very cleverly wired in the place for an exhaust fan.. They were all great guys and I wish I could keep them around all of the time!
    - Tanya W.
  • A
    Verhaeg Building & Remodeling Inc
    After water damage, our entire home needed to be redone. We had hired Tony Verhaeg in the past when we first bought this home and did a remodeling job with which we were very satisfied back in 2000. This time almost everything had to be redone from scratch. Tony personally handled or oversaw all the work including a new heating/cooling system, electrical, plumbing, carpentry, sheet-rock, tile flooring, hardwood flooring, carpeting, vinyl, painting, installation of cabinets and appliances, etc. He also designed and installed a new master bathroom tile shower.  In addition, during the construction phase we decided to get a new roof and Tony oversaw that effort as well.
    For this "new" home, we wanted to go for a rustic decor and Tony worked with us to select materials that would reflect that. We were totally pleased and thrilled with the results.
    - WILLIAM K.
  • F
    Black Hills Stone Mansonry
      The contractor was initially very good to work with, I had used him before for two previous projects on the interior of the house and was happy with the work.  For the the project in question he was given a hand sketched structural drawing of the desired work.  He did not supply an initial cost and but it came in much higher than anticipated.  He charged $2200.00 to install 4 Concrete Mansonry (CMU) pillars fully grouted with rebar and 4 Anchor bolts for the future base plate and column above.  This work was completed in November 2010.  We were not there to observe the work being completed but paid him immediately after the work was finished as he stated the work was done exactly according to the structural drawing.  At the time of completion he was aware that we planned to hire him to complete rock facing of the project after the columns and finished structure had been installed.  Because we live out of state we were unable to see the origninal CMU work until a site visit in May 2011.  At the time of the site visit we noticed that the anchor bolts were crooked and did not stick out enough for proper base plate installation.  We called him to make him aware of the issue even though we had already paid.  The steel contractor had to make some modifications to the base plates to accomodate the irregular anchor bolt configuration.  When we spoke with him in May, and made notice of the issues we told him that the structure was being installed and we would need the rock work completed.  At that time he said he would give a final bid for the work.  We asked him on multiple occasions to give a bid on the rock work with no response.  In the meantime we had put the house on the market and got an offer.  We made multiple attempts to contact him with no response as it was urgent that we get the work done.  He avoided calls by myself and fiance.  He finally answered his phone after my real estate agent called him.  He was scheduled to complete the work the final week of June.    He bided out the final rock work at $2500.00. The final structure was installed the last week of June 2011 as planned.   He arrived on site the 28th of June and called me saying that the work was more than he anticipated and would charge me $3300.00 instead of the $2500.00 he stated earlier, because it would take 3 days and he would have to pull guys from other job sites.  After a few minutes of negotiating he became beligerant and was cussing at me over the phone.  He threatened to walk off the job if I did not pay him the full amount demanded.  He knew that I was scheduled to sell the house in a week and took advantage of the situation to increase his profit.  In the end the work took him less than 2 days but still charged the extra money.  Buyer beware of this mason.  He can be good if kept to a written bid and supervised, bad if you are not at the site and are in need of a trustworthy individual. 
    - Jason H.
  • F
    Tipton and Sons Construction
    I was a first time home owner in the beginning of 2006. I had a room with a cathedral ceiling that was 24 feet wide and 32 feet long. The roof was sagging in the center due to an existing moisture problem. My real estate agent recommended Mike Tipton and Son���s Construction to repair the roof. Mike Tipton was contracted to remove 12 existing 2x6 scissor trusses and replace them with a ridge beam and new rafters. The existing trusses were sagging and were moldy due to improper roof ventilation. Mike looked and the job and quoted me $7,000.00 to shore up roof and replace the trusses with 2x12 rafters. He said that the roof failure was causing the walls to move at the top plate bearing and that he would need to replace the main ridge beam with a MicroLam beam. He said the job would be extensive and would require ���a lot of work���. He insisted that I sign a contract with his company before the work began and that due to the amount of work he would need $7,000.00. I secured a home improvement loan and told Mike I would pay his asking price. He said the roof damage would continue to worsen and the longer I waited the more it would cost due to the walls moving. I removed all the insulation and drywall, pulled all of the wiring, and prepared the work area for Mike and his crew. I signed the contract and sent it back to Mike and he said he would be out the following week to complete the work. I estimated the cost of lumber to be around $1,500.00. Mike showed up that Monday morning and was at the house for 20 minutes telling his 3 men what needed to be done. He never returned to the work site after his first visit. His men replaced the existing trusses with 2x12 rafters and a MicroLam ridge beam in less than 2 days. I came home and checked over the men���s work, the walls were not pulled back in, there were nails through existing wiring, they had left the old rotten trusses in the center of my driveway and they had not cleaned up the sawdust that was left when they were finished. I called Mike and told him about the issues I had with the craftsmanship and the first thing Mike said was ���you signed a contract���. I told him the walls were not straight and that he needed to hold to what the contract said. He asked me if it was about the money charged and I said that he needed to uphold the contract. Mike said that he had done what he could and that his job was done. He would not return my phone calls and I have not talked to Mike Tipton since.
    - Jason H.
  • A
    - Melinda W.
  • A
    Home Masters
    - James R.
  • F
    All Star Construction
    - Eva M.
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