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  • A
    Total Green Building Services
    Excellent. No issues. Finished in one day. Would recommend and would use them again on another project. Great communication, was informed every step of the way. The team truly cares about quality. Team reviewed my expectations and what I wanted prior to the project and confirmed throughout in order to ensure the were meeting my expectations. Very professional.
    - Joseph A.
  • A
    Total Green Building Services
    Overall went very well. Very satisfied customer here and i would use again. Everthing i asked for i got and was performed professionally. They were very responsive for questions i had along the way and all done with a competitive price.
    - Anthony F.
  • A
    The Foundation Specialists
    Excellent experience. Conscientious to make sure I knew what to expect. Thoroughly explained everything. Very professional, e.g. cleaned up 100% of the worksite, made sure to put bushes back exactly where they belong, took time to make sure that mortar was done right. The most important aspect is they corrected the foundation problem that I hired them to do. Yes, this was an expensive project. It was in line with other companies that I researched. I will need 4 more piers installed down the road. Will hire TFS again.
    - Brian M.
  • F
    John Ladd Concrete
    First, he showed up late. Took measurements and told me he'd get back to me in about a week, which was fine. Well, after 2 weeks went by no communication. I messaged him, no response. I gave him another week, called but no answer. Sent a message on facebook but no response. It's been a month and nothing, so I found someone else that wanted my business.
    - Jeff B.
  • A
    Affordable Driveways & Patios By Glen
    Glen and his crew did an excellent job. Estimated cost was exactly what I paid and all work was completed ahead of schedule and with expert precision. Glen's crew was very professional, precise, and enjoyable to work with. This was a challenging job in the summer heat and it went great! Glen's handshake deal is one you can count on.
    - Joel E.
  • A
    All Things Outdoors
    The owner, Chad Rutledge responded to my request within just a couple of hours.  I tried to get quotes from 3-4 other providers as well, while only 1 other one finally gave a quote, which was higher than Headturner's quote.  Chad gave a worst case scenario figure and a date that he would provide the service.  He also provided recommendations for the materials.  He came out on the day he promised and provided excellent service!  He is a true professional.  He kept me informed and communicated with me very well.  I was impressed with his service.  He is very polite and professional.  He offered recommendations for the job that helped me out and save me time & money.  He did all of this and charged me for 6 hours of labor since he was able to get the job done in that amount of time vs. the 10 hours he had originally quoted. He is honest, courteous, and professional!  These are qualities hard to find in service providers these days.  I would hire him again and most definitely recommend him to others!
    - Anthony J.
  • F
    Justin Deaton
    Mixed results & feelings with Justin Deaton, who may or may not go by Green Earth Construction.
    Justin and his crew arrived early on a Monday morning, just as promised.  By Wednesday the job was probably 80% complete, and by Friday it was 90% completed.  The work quality was good, with just an exception or two (which we noticed later).  While the paint work wasn?t perfect, he even corrected a problem I had created with my own framing.  I can?t even tell where my mistake was anymore?he did good work for sure.
    Due to all the progress and a strong track record, to that point, when he asked for full payment on Friday evening with promise he gave me while looking straight in my eyes and shaking my hand of returning the next morning to complete the seamless gutters/downspouts, clean up all the mess of materials and lunches of his crew from that week (plus pour a small cement pad within 10 days), I went ahead and paid 100%.  It crossed my mind to withhold payment for the unfinished items, but since we received a lump sum bid any figure I picked to withhold would have been arbitrary.
    I?m sure you can see where this is going? he did not return the next day to complete the gutters or anything else.  I?ve placed dozens of calls in the last month or so, reaching him a total of three times.  He?s always promised immediate action on the remaining items.  Unfortunately, no action has followed his many promises.
    It?s too bad, really. He did good work for a fair price? but not finishing is obviously completely unacceptable by any standard.  My wife and I had to take a vacation day picking up and hauling to the dump in our tiny SUV all the 3 week old McDonald?s bags & half eaten burritos (yes, it was absolutely as disgusting as it sounds), and sundry construction materials he promised to clean up.  We?re just going to have to pay (AGAIN!) for the seamless gutters to get done.  We?ll manage the concrete pad we paid him for ourselves.
    Much more could be said, but if it?s still possible to keep this concise?look, do yourself a favor, don?t hire the guy unless you like picking up leftover lunches from his crew and getting most, but not all, of the job completed.  If you?ve already hired him, whatever you do?DO NOT PAY HIM until he is absolutely, completely, 100% finished.  If it?s the end of the week and you think he?s 80% done, pay 50% at max.  My guess is he needs your check to pay his crew.  It?s not unreasonable to settle up at the end of the week.  Just don?t pay too much.  The other option would be for Justin to get the job 100% done so that you don?t have to make these awkward judgment calls about how much to pay.
    We knew better than to pay before he was done, but got suckered by his initial success.  Don?t make the same mistake.
    By the way, he did the exact same thing to a neighbor from us two houses away?that?s how he got the initial referral because that project had gone so well up to that point.
    Justin, if you read this and want to make it right, just come back and pay us $200 for cleaning up your crew?s lunches, for the cement pad, and for the seamless gutters and I?ll amend this review to include that you at least made it right in the end.  We can?t wait anymore because our $5000 lawn rehab has been on hold too long and we?re just about out of time to get it completed.
    - Paul H.
  • A
    Affordable Driveways & Patios By Glen
    Glen worked through several challenges on our job while still delivering a superior product in the end.  One of those challenges resulted from a neighboring construction site crew messed up Glen?s ability to get our job done one day.  He sent his crew home early, but returned first thing the next morning? this speaks highly for his crew and his word.
    Speaking of his crew, not only were they proficient and quick, they were also especially polite and courteous.
    We had to meet tight, and unusual, requirements for this build.  Glen understood what was needed and executed the design with aplomb.  The inspector signed off quickly on his first and only visit.  Well done, Glen.
    He used 4000 PSI concrete (more than required by code but results in stronger, longer-lasting finished project) and full-length commercial fibers.  When I do work, I like to do it right the first time.  Glen used products to meet my demanding requests.
    All in all I don?t know what more I could ask for.  If we do a concrete patio, I will make only one call: Affordable Driveways and Patios by Glen.
    - Paul H.
  • D
    Affordable Driveways & Patios By Glen
    they were referred to me by a co-worker whom had some driveway work done by Glen. It turned out good for them so I gave them a call to give a quote. When Glen came out to quote the job I mentioned that I wanted the ground graded before the barn went up so that the barn would not end up too high above the existing driveway. He argued this point with me for some time explaining that he could do it later, after the barn was up from inside the barn. I explained in detail that if it was not leveled before, that the garage would be built level off of the highest point, and that would be too high for my liking. He finally agreed, we agreed on a price, and he told me to call when the existing shed was moved.
    I called when the shed was moved and he asked when the barn was being built. I told him 4-6 weeks, which is what the barn company told me. He asked that I call him back when we are two weeks out. The barn Co. called and scheduled material drop off for a week away. They said the builder would be out 1-2 weeks after that. I called Glen and told him the two week date had arrived. The materials were dropped the next monday as promised and Glen was nowhere to be found. I called and called and texted and called and called and messaged and called. I knew I had one week and I now had no concrete guy.
    The saturday before the barn builders were to come, I must have celled them 10 times. No answer, just ignored. In a desperation attempt I called another concrete company. That guy came out, that day... graded the lot and was done in two hours. Glen calls me later that day to tell me he hurt his back and that is why his phone did not work that week. I assumed he did not want to do the work I asked and this was his method of getting what he wanted. Well, i guess he did. He didn't want to work, so he's not working for me.
    Aside from the massive amounts of stress he put on me, he also cost me a thousand extra dollars in order to get the emergency service to fix when he would not.
    - Bryan L.
  • D
    Wright Constructin of TN, Inc.
    From the beginning, there were difficulties with getting a correct contract and drawing.  The most significant things that occurred during the project is that the contractors opened the old roof without having the new roof immediately attached and/or without appropriately covering with a tarp.  I expressed my concerns in several emails and text messages without a reply.  During the delay in attaching and covering the roofs, a bad storm caused significant damage within our existing living room and kitchen.  While they fixed the damage, we lived with a dehumidifier and fans for three weeks.  They allowed the brick masons to drop bricks on the new concrete floor, creating holes and areas that they could not fix.  They made a small allowance for the price, but we will have to tile the floor to make it look right.  They could not get the chimney to stop leaking so they sealed it and this changed the color of the brick.  They miscalculated the fireplace construction and we either had to accept siding or have the brick be offset from the rest of the addition.  While they were framing the addition, they overloaded the circuits and we didn't have air-conditioning for 24 hours.  As soon as we noticed, we started contacting the contractors, but they did not respond until the next day.  One of their subcontractors decided at 6 AM one Saturday morning to pull the six foot wood fence apart rather than ring the doorbell and ask for access.  We had to have the fence repaired.  The finish work was not good.  After they installed the sliding doors, they damaged the door handles and had to replace them.  They left many openings and we had to remind them to caulk between the brick and the siding.  They cleaned the firebricks and stained them.  They always said they would fix whatever went wrong, but there were so many things that went wrong, the contractors started complaining about the budget, and in the end, they just wanted to reduce the price and walk away.  It wasn't until the very end that they apologized for all the bad things that happened.  The communications were lacking to the point that choices were made without us, however, we would question and they would tell us.  But it often seemed that they were building the addition for their preferences, and not ours.  And that their subs and workers paid no attention to detail or to the care of our property. They never routinely cleaned up so I frequently cleaned the job site or emailed them to pick up the debris or leftover materials.
    - watson h.
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