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  • A
    Jon Wright Industries
    It was awesome! Very Professional and helpful in understanding what was to be repaired. And, worked great with my insurance company on the claim. David Votava,Project Manager was referred to me by family members that had contracted with Jon Industries from the Irving area and Frisco area. This is what I wanted. Someone that knew what was needed and highest quality of work and ethics. David was so patient in going over all the submissions to my insurance company and coordinating every job. Each contractor was under his watch and David returned to make sure each repair was complete and to my satisfaction. Thank you David for a great job! He even showed me how to reduce my home insurance by 26% and increase the value of my home by 6%. Cannot thank you enough for the time and great service you provided!
    - Linda P.
  • B
    Complete Outdoor Concepts
    I purchased an Angie's List Big Deal for this service and they did a good job.  They had quite good materials and there were some cracks and stuff in it that they had to come back and replace. They did that with no problem.  Everybody comments on how good it looks.
    - Donna B.
  • A
    RAM Concrete & Asphalt, LLC
    Excellent. Friendly, fast, professional, and a very high level of craftsmanship. The RAM crew worked hard and got the job done on time (2 days). Frank was full of ideas for the patio design and it turned out great. The bid was a bit higher than others, but it was by far the best deal considering design, quality, and experience. This is a serious concrete company, not just "a guy".
    - robert m.
  • D
    Four Seasons Sunrooms Dallas
    Ten years ago, my late husband and I had Four Seasons Sunroom install a sunroom for us. The fact that this happened ten years ago illustrates how the experience of working with Four Seasons Sunrooms was so negative that time has not erased the feelings of injustice.
    We were especially vulnerable when we purchased a Four Seasons sunroom as my husband was battling cancer at the time. The porch was supposed to add a little joy to his life despite the pain of cancer. Unfortunately, what was supposed to be an enhancement to our lives turned out to be a never ending source of stress.
    The salesman we met at the beginning sold us a dream, not a sunporch. He was good at selling us a dream, having us contemplate how we wanted to use the sunporch (drinking coffee in the morning, enjoying the scenery, picking out what kinds of features the porch will have, etc) and he was good at getting us to put money down. The purchasing part of doing business with Four Seasons Sunrooms was the easiest part of the process. Four Seasons Sunrooms makes lots of promises with no follow through as we soon enough learned through the entire construction process.
    The porch took months to complete when we were promised a timeline of weeks. There were many times that crew members were supposed to be at our house to work on the sunroom and never showed. Or they were supposed to be at our home in the morning but didn't arrive until late afternoon. No explanations were ever given except for one time when we asked why hadn't anybody shown up for work at our home and one of the crew members said to us, and quot;Because I had to help a friend move.and quot;
    Because we were dealing with cancer at the time, many of our days were filled with chemo or radiation or doctor appointments. It was frustrating to set aside days to have our dream porch built, on occasion rescheduling a doctor appointment, only to be stood up by Four Seasons Sunrooms. We felt like prisoners in our own home. As the months rolled on, my husband's condition continued to deteriorate. Perhaps Four Seasons Sunrooms could sense that the two of us weren't going to put up much of a fight because we already had our hands full with a different battle.
    Besides the unprofessionalism of the crew, we also had to endure purchasing a product that never performed as promised. From the very beginning, the porch leaked. When it rained, it even dripped through the light fixture. They (Four Seasons) were called to fix it. They and quot;repairedand quot; it but it did not fix the problem and in fact, they tried to put the blame on me by saying I needed to keep leaves swept off the roof and that the rest of the problem was due to normal condensation. He basically told us there was nothing else he could do except to extend our warranty by a few months. What good is an extended warranty when you are already told nothing can be done? And by the way, leaves are kept swept off the roof and it still leaks. And it is not normal condensation. The leaks pour through the ceiling and out of the skylights. The leaks have ruined furniture and the carpeting. I have had numerous handymen try to repair it too, all to no avail.
    Ten years later, the sunroom is basically a sad reminder of a lot of money spent and frustration added on top.
    I would have pursued more aggressively back then but honestly, I was overwhelmed with my husband's illness and then I was overwhelmed by grief after he passed away. Please educate yourself about this company before getting into a contract with them.
    - Karen F.
  • A
    Autograph Construction
    I first worked with Accede Construction, several years ago when we could no longer ignore the fact that we had foundation problems. I did a lot of Internet research and price comparison, when one day my husband said that a friend of his suggested Accede Construction. My husband's friend had initially hired Accede for several commercial construction projects and eventually hired Accede to complete work on his own home. After calling Accede, I was sincerely blown away by their professionalism, responsiveness and overall genuine demeanor. They came out to our home the next day to survey our project and sent me a quote that night. Their Project Manager was very thorough in his survey of our homes exterior and interior state (he even took his shoes off when he came in the front door, revealing black socks not stained white socks- might seem silly to notice that but it indicated to me that they paid attention to details. Only 2 of the other company's representatives took their shoes off and they both had grossly stained white socks). In addition to being thorough, he was incredibly informative and patient when explaining the work that we needed done and also outlined the exact steps we needed to take when contacting our insurance company (seriously not one of the other companies gave me a fraction of the time I had with the Accede Rep. for questions or explanations). Accede was the first company to be that responsive/professional, most of the time I was leaving messages, not hearing anything for a couple of days and most of the representatives that these other companies sent out were, to say at best, gruff, sometimes short, even rude, and one representative used flavorful profanities when answering his phone in front of me. Accede was one of about 10 companies from which I requested an estimate. Why I chose Accede: 1. Pricing is average, they are not the highest and are not the lowest: In the past, we have been sorely burned by accepting the lowest quote from a company. My husband and I built a home prior to the home we live in now, and accepted a "to good to be true" low quote from a builder. We should have known it was too good to be true, because the builder was actually in the midst of going bankrupt. We found this out when we could not reach him by phone and eventually drove past our "home"-several months after groundbreaking day and found just a foundation and partial framing. After all was said and done, we literally lost thousands of dollars that we had invested for our home. I also don't know how many times I have had seen friends make our same mistake- either the work done is horrible and leaves you with eventual repairs, their is a complete lack of anything that resembles customer service or even worse, like our first builder, is desperate for work and will very likely go under while in the middle of the project. I really do believe in shopping for the best deal, but you have to remember that you really do get what you pay for. 2. The professionalism/industry knowledge/solid experience and genuine demeanor of the Accede Representatives: There is nothing worse than a service provider that is un-professional, un-experienced or lacks industry knowledge. I refuse to open my pocket to anyone that displays any of the pre-mentioned. Professionalism is very important to me, because it speaks on the character of the operation and can usually reveal whether an operation is as great as they say they are. An arrogant service provider who acts like I don't know what a nail is, usually means they have no idea themselves. 3. Very responsive in our initial communication and mirrored my communication: If I sent an email, he sent an email, if I called him he called me back- not just quickly sent an email back to me. It makes things a lot easier when I service provider is respectful of how you prefer to communicate. 4. Was not pushy or over zealous: It was obvious the Project Manager wanted my business, but he was never pushy and did not over follow up. When he left my home, he let me know that I would receive a quote from him that night and asked when I thought I would follow up with him. He then asked when he could follow up with me if he had not heard from me by that time. 5. Accede is a mid-sized commercial/residential construction company- that was significant to me because it meant that they were (and still are) a financially stable company, that they were not too small to carry out an entire job without having to use multiple 3rd party contractors that I other wise know nothing about and were not too massive and had so much going on that a residential project, such as mine, would be a "back burner" project. 6. Accede is a referral based grown company: Any time I am working with service providers I always ask them how their company was started and how they earn most of their business. I am always much more inclined to work with companies that are grown by way of referrals versus companies that are constantly advertising. We were referred to Accede by a friend, our friend was referred by a friend and so on. When I asked this question to the Accede Rep. he told me that the owner started the company years ago while in college, and that it grew from him doing small repairs to it's size today- completely through customer referrals. I have never put much stock in Internet ratings or sites such as this one, because you never really know how accurate the information is or who is actually posting that information. I am sure I am not the only to hear of companies doing this, but companies will purchase consumer profiles for the soul purpose of bad mouthing their competition- obviously not a trite and true way of doing research on possible service providers. So, if you take any stock in my report about Accede, I hope it's the fact that Accede is a company grown out of customer referrals or the fact that I have worked with them and only them for several years now. What I know I can expect from Accede: Now that my husband and I have flipped quite a few houses, working with Accede is like clockwork. Below I have listed what our experiences are like with Accede. Planning the project: We always meet on-site with the project manager to discuss what we want, and the basic scope of the project. We then receive a quote and a detailed scope of the project. If we need an architect, engineer or any special permits our project manager will include that information as well. Once we have done our final pre-discussions and accept the quote Accede usually starts the project with in 2 days. The crew: They are always on-time, and if for some reason their is a delay due to weather or the material's distributer; the project manager immediately calls me to let me know. The crew works as quietly as they can, which is very important in keeping your neighbors around you happy (especially during large/lengthy projects). They are always mindful of where they place new materials, they try to keep them as out of sight as much as possible. They are VERY clean with all of the materials they remove, they usually have a large dumpster that is removed every day from the job site and use metal detectors at the end of each day to prevent shards of metal or nails from being left on the ground. Unless weather is an issue, the job is completed right on schedule. Also, I have become very comfortable with the fact that Accede does not outsource any part of the project, they employ their own crews and the crew that starts the project will finish it. They also employ specialized contractors for intense masonry jobs, carpentry, welding, etc... Additionally, the Project Manager gives us updates on the days work and is constantly doing on-site visits. Communication is so key, especially when the work is not being done on your own home (we don't always have a chance to drive past to see what has been done, so it is great that they send us pictures of the work that was completed that day). When we have work on our own home in progress, the project manager updates us by phone to let us know what was done and what to expect tomorrow. When the job is completed the Project Manager always walks through with my husband and I to insure that we are completely satisfied with the end result. The quality/responsiveness of Accede has truly been a major contributor in reducing the time between when we purchase the home we are flipping to when we sell/lease the home. Any work we have had done on our own home could not have gone more smoothly or looked any better. When I first had Accede to come to our home, I was not super informed on how to select the best service provider, but now that I have worked flipping house for a while I find myself very fortunate to have found Accede Construction. I give Accede Construction an A++, 2 thumbs up, 5 stars, a 10 out of 10 a 100% and the top rating for any other scale that exists and most of all I strongly recommend using them.
    - Emma D.
  • B
    DFW Improved
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    - Diane D.
  • A
    Texas Best Fence
    Their estimate was too high, but they were a great company to deal with.
    - Glenn H.
  • C
    ALLIANCE LANDSCAPE CONSTRUCTION
    The end results were not quite what I wanted. While they were nice people, there were some issues, like them not being able to stick to a time table.
    - Glenn H.
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