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    Crossbuild, LLC
    They were very proffesional and attended to many details I would have overlooked. It took a couple of weeks longer than they said it would but the weather interrupted some parts of the project.Overall they were exceptional! They also come in wayunder some of the largercontractors that literally hit me with ���Sticker Shock��� for what I thought I would be quoted. I am using them next summer to build an in-law addition on my summer home for my parents. They referred me to a great designer that was also reasonable. I would definetly recommend them to my friends and neighbors.
    - James K.
  • A
    Michael Nash Design Build & Homes
    This is our fourth project with Michael Nash Design and Build (complete kitchen remodel as well as two bathrooms being completely remodeled).  We have always enjoyed the attention to detail and design concepts offered by Sonny and Shawn Nazemian.  The quality of each of these projects represents a first rate and quality product.  We have experienced an ongoing relationship with this company and can highly recommend them.
    - BARBARA S.
  • A
    Atlantic Deck & Home Renovation Inc
    Their project manager came by frequently, and e-mailed us daily with details on progress and work to be done the next day.
    There was always a member of the crew that spoke good English.
    There was one crew for all stages of the porch, and a second for the patio.
    We incorporated the Screen-Eze screening system (for ease of replacement) and PVC cladding for the posts.
    They listened and got it right.
    We would definitely use them again!
    - Ronald S.
  • F
    SUNCREST BUILDERS
    We signed a contract on 6/12/12 for the work that was to be done.  The work was started in the second week of July.  When the job was initally started he contacted the county and was advised that he would have to split the job into 2 parts.  He could build the garage and then when that was completed he would then be able to start on the addition to the back of the home.  We were not notified of this until after he started the demolition on the previous add ons.  He never got a final approval for the garage until January of 2013.  At that point we were asked to pay for the additional work up front and the work was not done until April.  The project is still not finished.  It has been almost a year at this point and we were told that it would take 3 months to complete.  The foundation in the rear of the house has been set and that is all.  He has been paid for 83% of the job at this point and he is no longer returning phone calls or emails.   The punch list items for the garage have not yet been addressed and included in his proposal he was to clean up after any work that was done and we have had to do that as well.
    - Michael H.
  • A
    PNA Construction, LLC
    The house has five bedrooms and 31/2 baths, the kitchen needed to be completely redone from the floor to the ceiling, the entire house had to be repainted, light fixtures replaced, some plumbing in the basement, and a complete new roof. All in all the work took about 3 weeks and My Aliabadi was there almost every day, his team is comprised of professional painters plumbers, painters, roofers, and electricians. In addition PNA has an architect available. we have kept PNA in our rolodex and have recommended them to our friends. Mr. Aliabadi is a unique individual who took the fear out the this big job..He said what he would do, how much it would cost and was ultimately spot on.


    - Christopher R.
  • A
    ALMETER CONSTRUCTION
    Job was completed before the agreed upon date.  Paul Almeter did most of the work himself.  He was on-site and oversaw all subcontracting.  There were no "add on" change orders.  He continued to work with us and provided valuable opinion and options.  Have recommended him to multiple people.  Most likely will contract with him to do additional work in the near future.  Doing business with his firm has been a pleasure and we are very well pleased!
    - James H.
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    Steadfast Construction Inc
    We had a great experience working with Steadfast. I contacted them in October for a quote. Their leads sales person, Jeff,  was very responsive in working with my wife and I to design a basic plan for our project plus a few options based on high/low cost range. I was actively involved in the process and the Steadfast team was willing to include my inputs into their design process. I received 4 other quotes for the same basic project. Each of them was competitive, but I felt that the communication was already on solid footing and that Steadfast would be easiest to work with.
    Once we agreed to an approach by mid-October, Steadfast made it very easy to get the project started with a reasonable down payment. As we worked through the permit process, I found that the communication was very good, and that I knew where we stood on overall timeline. Our goal was to complete the project before Thanksgiving. This is important, because we reached the stage of the project where we were ready to sink the footers - just after Halloween. I received a bonus from work and called Steadfast to expand the scope of the project significantly. Within a week, we had agreed to a new design, rendered new drawings, obtained new approvals, and continued the project.
    Even with the change in scope, Steadfast still completed the project by Thanksgiving allowing my family and our guests to enjoy our new space. The Steadfast crew was courteous and friendly, and flexible. For example, I recently had our roof replaced. I wanted the same company who did our main roof to do the roof of the screen porch. This would give us the same warranty across the roof and ensure that the shingling and tie-in was done by the company that knew our current materials. Steadfast gave me a credit for the materials and labor and I was able to integrate that part of the project with another contractor. In addition, their carpenter did a number of very nice decorative and support trim finishes, making the project look really great. 
    We also worked with their electrician to install outlets and a ceiling fan in the porch and a new entry light from the kitchen out to the deck. The electrician did very high quality work in a very timely fashion.
    We are looking forward to having them return to finish the staining of the porch floor and finish up a couple of small things that we delayed due to weather/cold temps. They cleaned up most everything at the completion of the job which was very good considering that they had to remove the existing previous brick patio and a concrete pad.  
    I very much appreciate their cooperative workmen, and the process was hassle free.

    - Melissa N.
  • F
    WHITESTONE HOME IMPROVEMENT
    Overall a disappointing and frustrating experience.  Initially Herb and Desiree were nice and great to work with during the estimation and initial work phases.  The project intially seemed to go fine, with a few early problems that were resolved in a timely manner.  However, after the final payment and initial punch list items, Whitestone's  (WS) response and willingness to stand behind their work got worse and worse over time.  They eventually stopped answering multiple requests to address unresolved problems.  Two years after the completion and final payment, WS continues to ignore/refuse to respond to repeated requests, despite an alleged 10 year warranty on labor and install. 
    Details:
    A)  Deck was fine, with only minor punch list repairs over a few weeks  (couple decking boards came unscrewed/warped and loose, gate did not close properly). 
    B)  WS poured the concrete slab during record low temps for that week, (mid-20's in late Nov 2010) and left it to cure in the cold with no blankets or heaters.  When I initially asked, I was told it was not necessary, because they were using special fast-curing cement.  When I pointed out what the instructions said on the bags of concrete they had used and discarded at the house, which said blankets/heaters were required for proper curing in temps under 35 degrees, they told me it would not be a problem, not to worry, and that if anything happened, it would be covered under my warranty.  The next day, they brought out heaters and plastic sheeting/concrete blankets, but it had already been more than 24 hours. 
    Within a couple of months, multiple flagstones started coming completely loose--the mortar was disintegrating and cracking.  WS came and reinstalled the flagstones pretty quickly, but the crew did a sloppy and unprofessional job.  Used different color/consistency/type of mortar, smeared mortar on the stones, and chipped/damaged some of the stones with the saw.  It looked like a bad DIY job and the repaired parts stand out like a sore thumb against the rest of the patio.  Also left a thick layer of mortar dust on the patio, all the furniture, screening, and landscaping/grass.  They came back out a few months later to repair additional loose flagstones, but still did not improve/fix the deficient initial repairs.  Despite numerous requests, WS has since refused to reply to emails or come address the original botched repair job or new loose flagstones.
    B)  WS left a gap between the under-deck shed wall and the internal gutter, so water leaks in from above when it rains, and it misses the gutter.  Instead, it falls down into the dryspace area and onto the framing.  I asked several times if they could address this, and never received any answer or help. 
    --WS used ated 4-inch perforated flexible drain pipe (likely left over from the french drain project) above the concrete slab to connect to the internal downspout in the interal storage area, then ran the perforated pipe through and under the slab and then under the dirt and grass outside, and all the way to the French drain they had dug.  The concrete slab around the gutter is constantly damp or worse when it rains.   They wrapped the perforated pipe running from the slab to the french drain loosely in the plastic bags the gravel came in,which led to a rut/depression in the dirt and grass all along the line where the perforated pipe was buried in a shallow trench without proper filling.  Only reason we discovered the perforated pipe wrapped in the gravel bags was because we had to dig it up to repair the drainage and try to get rid of the rut running down the middle of the yard.
    --Shed doors required multiple requests/trips to repair them, to allow them to close properly.  Hinges were different, hardware didn't fit right, doors were warped.  They're better than originally, but still warped and don't close well, but this was not worth the effort of trying to get them to fix it yet again.
    C)  Screened in porch was fine, with exception of the two doors; hardware was cheap and kept breaking/fallling off, so it had to be replaced at least 3 times.  Likely reason hardware kept breaking is that doors did not close properly most of the time, depending on warping and shifting of the framing, so the door closer banged the door onto the weak hardware.  After so many hardware changes, WS eventuallly brought a new door, and left it sitting on the patio for at least a month until we reminded them couple of times.   They eventually came and installed it, but shortly thereafter the new door didn't close properly and the hardware didn't engage properly again, depending on the humidity.  We finally just gave up trying to get them to deal with it again.
    D)    Drainage system WS built was a disaster.  The lower end drainbox near the county storm drain was higher than the upper end, so water collected/flooded at the lower end and the higher drain boxes, and would not drain properly.  It actually sloped upward in some parts.  Gravel was left loose with no lining in the trench, so gravel filled with silt within weeks.   Trench was too shallow, and left rut and pile of gravel on surface of yard, and gravel washing into the grass from the rain, so it was impossible to seed or sod.  Paid for 3 drain boxes, but WS decided to only install two.  Eventually WS offered to refund $100 of the original $800 paid for the drainage, which we accepted because we were so tired of dealing with it. Our neighbor is a skilled contractor who examined the drainage project and said it was not at all professionally done.  We eventually had to dig it all up completely and pay much more to get it done correctly by another contractor, and now it works. 
    More generally, they did not do a great job cleaning up the site after they left.  A year after the completion, all of us, including our 3 year old daughter were still finding many clips of nail gun nails, screws, and other construction debris  in the grass and dirt, all around the deck and patio area.    They clearly did not go around with a magnet or any other tools to clean up debris.
    All in all, not a good experience and would not use them again or recommend them to friends/relatives.  

    - Kevin W.
  • A
    SUN DESIGN REMODELING SPECIALISTS INC
    Overall, it went well. There were some issues in design. The printed plan doesn't always translate to the actual room. But, it was very minor things that were resolved quickly. We would not contract with them repeatedly if we weren't satisfied.
    - Barbara S.
  • A
    Elite Contractors Services Inc
    Ken came up with a lot of good new designs for the kitchen and bathrooms that were impressive.Project manager was always on top of every step of  the work, they hired top quality trades men in every aspect of the work bieng done. Always completing every step on timeThank you Elite Contractors (Ken), I have a beautifull new house.When it comes  to a major job like mine I would always go with Elite Contractors Service and I highly recommend them to all who want a great job done professionally.
    - Ray A.
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