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    Ace Deck & Fence
    ADF quickly and professionally replaced our existing but deteriorating fence. We have previously used ADF to install a fence, build a patio, and build a deck and will use them again to build a patio in our new property.
    - Cornelius K.
  • A
    Bryan Construction Group inc
    Bryan Construction does great work because they���re great people. After several meetings in the early spring of 2018, we contracted with Bryan Construction, and we���re so grateful we did. First, the build: we lived in a 1940���s brick home in Arlington, and we were planning an extensive renovation that expanded THREE floors. Digging out and expanding the basement, extending the main floor, and putting on a master bedroom suite on the top floor. Oh, and a shed. And a patio. And a deck. (And a balcony.) We also had a relatively tight timeline. We broke ground in early June, but my wife and I were planning to have both of our families visit for Christmas, for the first time ever, all under one roof. So the degree of difficulty was high. First, the price was right. They didn���t just win the bid on the price, which was great, but on their enthusiasm and can-do attitude. I���m leery of extreme optimism with contractors, but Bryan Construction were immaculate with their word and really delivered. We held monthly meetings with the owners, foreman, architect, and office support, though we reached out to the owners all the time. They weren���t just professional, they were warm, reassuring, and always helpful. Problems and complications always arise in a build of this magnitude, but they managed everything quickly and gracefully. Remember, we stipulated that the build had to take six months. They quoted us at six months (and though you always add a buffer, they literally came in at SIX MONTHS.) There were times when the process moved so quickly, I was the one slowing them down. I���ve mentioned the price and the speed and the ease of working with Bryan, but all of that would be meaningless if the quality isn���t top notch. The quality was amazing. After living in a decade in a very cute but very modest 1940���s brick home, I am still pinching myself at the wonderland Bryan Construction created for us. The new rooms and designs are gorgeous, the amenities are first class, and what was once an unmanageable slope of a backyard is now a private wonderland, complete with a deck, a patio with terraced retaining walls, and garden boxes. I pinch myself that I get to live here. So, long story short, my wife and I love Bryan Construction. Spoilers: they came in on time, at price, and we���re overjoyed with our new home, which is twice the size it used to be. Spoilers: we had a wonderful holiday with both of our families, but the week before, we threw a party for Bryan to say thank you. Some people in your lives, you just click with. We clicked with Bryan Construction ��� with Steve, Amadeo, Guillermo, Neftali, Simeon, the whole crew. They were all wonderful to a person. (Oh ��� they are all Byran employees, so everything is in-house ��� no subcontractors. That really makes a difference!) For six months, they were here everyday and they were like family, and we love them still.
    - William S.
  • A
    Lotsa Fence Options
    We got a few quotes and ended up going with this company. The price was competitive and the guy was punctual and friendly. He answered all my questions and the quote was easy to understand. They easily worked around my schedule. They finished the work in just a few hours, and the fence looks great. My project involved several different types and heights of fencing at different points, and they handled it all without a hitch. They also deftly navigated around some potential obstacles like a large tree and a couple of retaining walls. Additionally, there were a lot of weeds and small weed-trees around the yard (I wasn't bothering with landscaping before the fence was done) and they actually cleared most of them. (Well, some of them needed to go to make room for the fence, but I feel like they went above and beyond.) I was anticipating having to do a lot of clearing before starting with landscaping, and they ended up doing a lot of it for me.
    - Alexandra S.
  • A
    Builders Fence Co
    I ended up going with a different company, but I got a quote from here. The price was competitive and the guy was punctual and friendly. He answered all my questions and the quote was easy to understand.
    - Alexandra S.
  • A
    In my previous effort to build a living fence two of three trees died twice after 6 months! Wade Pryor���s installed five tall and very tall trees last Spring have survived nicely after the first year. I credit him for proper preparation of the holes, height of root ball and installation of drip irrigation system. He also gave detailed care and feeding instructions, including a reminder last fall and guidance to ensure their survival. I can highly recommended orking with Pryor���s Nursery
    - Paula G.
  • A
    Metro Home Improvement LLC.
    Home Improvement delivers more than promised. Carlos Gonzalez and his team have excellent attention to detail, and the quality of work is always superb. I have used their services for several projects and I am always very satisfied. They are extremely trustworthy, hardworking and competent. I would definitely recommend them to anyone that needs work done in their home
    - Diana P.
  • A
    Fairfax Contractor
    Glen cares first and foremost about the customer being happy. He gives sound advice with respect to approaching each project, provides reasonable estimates, and is very responsive to questions and concerns as the project progresses. Importantly, he totally stands behind his work, and should something go wrong, he fixes it. I am very particular about hiring contractors to work on my home, and after Glen started doing projects for me, I called no one else.
    - Molly W.
  • F
    Steadfast Construction Inc
    I highly recommend that anyone considering hiring Steadfast for any project look elsewhere. They are extremely unprofessional and do not understand how to treat customers. Their deck work has been good in my experience however their fence work is poor. They also do not pay attention to details and appear to lack the ability to accurately plan and schedule projects. I met with Nick (Nkosi) Brown from Steadfast Construction on Saturday October 27th 2018 to obtain an estimate to add a 4ft high front and rear picket fence with a mount vernon dip, lattice enclosure under the existing deck, a lattice privacy screen on one side of the deck facing the wells fargo bank and to add one step to the bottom of my existing front steps. I provided Mr. Brown with a Sketch of my property with the approximate location of where the fence with 3 gates should be placed. I did not have a plat of my property at the time because I had not yet closed on the property. The sketch shows that the correct placement of the front fence was to be in front of the house between the front porch and the large tree. I had obtained a couple of other estimates from other Fence contractors and one of them mentioned that Arlington County only allows 3 foot high fences in front yards. I told him that I was looking for a traditional 4 foot high fence and would accept a 3 foot high fence if the county mandated it however I preferred for it to all be 4 feet high. I mentioned this to Nick and asked him to check with the county to see if this was true or not. I received the estimate from Mr. Brown on Wednesday October 31st. When I received the estimate I was only looking at price and after reviewing the estimate, I decided to hire Steadfast. I had deck work completed by Steadfast twice in the past and was pleased that their estimate came in under the others I had received however I failed to look at the estimated project completion dates before sending the signed contract. I emailed Mr. Brown on November 1st asking about project completion dates and never received a response. I also asked again when I emailed the signed contract back to Mr. Brown on November 2nd and he failed to respond in writing. Shortly after sending the signed contract Mr. Brown called me for my credit card number to charge the deposit of $1500. At this point I had noticed that the start date per the contract wasn���t until 12/21 which was a high concern for me. I was set to close on my home on November 9th and wanted the fence to be started as soon as possible because I have two small dogs and wanted the fence to for them to be able to play safely in the yard. My daughter also has Generalized Anxiety Disorder and the safety of our Dogs is a high stressor for her. The front fence was of the most importance because one of her fears is that the dogs will run out the front door and a front fence would help to protect them. Mr. Brown said that he thought that it would be no problem to complete the fence portion of the work earlier and assured me over the phone that he would check on it for me. He never followed up with me on timing. I had initiated several conversations with Mr. Brown as well as Mr. Jack Prins, one of the owners, about timing of the project and stressed the importance of the fence completion as soon as possible during the following weeks between my closing on November 9th and December 5th when the work was started. I even asked Nick if the fence portion could be canceled so that I could hire someone who could complete the job faster and just have me wait for them to complete the deck work and he never responded. I ended up speaking more with Jack who assured me that he would get me scheduled as soon as they had another project in Arlington. I was told that my fence would be a side project to a larger job in Arlington. Nick notified me late in the week ending November 30th that the fence work was to be started the next week on Monday December 3rd. I was very happy that they were finally going to start work however the timing was poor because I was scheduled to be at a work training class all week for 8+ hours each day. Thus, I was not home that Monday when they started work. Prior to the work starting I realized that they had never asked for a copy of my plot. I immediately sent nick a text with a picture of the plot. This was this first red flag and I should have been more concerned however I was too busy with work and home activities as well as settling into my house to be able to think clearly. When I returned home in the evening after the first day of work, I found that the fence had been placed in my neighbor���s yard to the left of my side property line and the front border was flush with the sidewalk which was incorrect. I immediately texted Nick to inform him of the errors and he asked me if I was sure, which I was and I responded right away saying that I was sure. I didn���t hear anything more from him that night. The next day I called and spoke with him and he assured me that they would correct the error. At this point I realized that they had failed to obtain a permit for the fence (Arlington County requires them) or pull a building permit for the deck work. I also realized that they had failed to contact Miss Utility. I didn���t hear anything back from Nick that evening and had to step out of my training class the next day to speak with him over the phone. I also believe I spoke with Jack that day. Steadfast agreed to move the fence to the correct property line and I reluctantly agreed to let them leave the front section where it was even though it was located in the wrong place. I also expressed my concern about the lack of fence permit because all of the errors prompted me to start to look into things. I discovered that Arlington County does require permits, which steadfast failed to obtain or advise me to obtain. I also discovered that Arlington County does allow fences higher than 3 feet in front yards. The requirement that the other contractor had sited was specific for front yards of corner lots which require the maximum height to be 3 feet for visibility purposes. It was at this point in time where I realized that Nick never contacted the county to ask about the 3ft vs 4ft requirement and never did the due diligence that I had asked him to do and he had agreed to do. There was also an issue with the gates that were installed. They constructed gates that did not match the style of the fence and looked plain awful. All of this spurred additional conversations with Nick, Jack and also Kenny Krogman, the other Owner and was the point where I realized that the Owners of Steadfast Construction are incredibly rude, unprofessional and seriously lacking when it comes to customer service. Kenny Krogman was the most unprofessional of all of them. I remember being interrupted while trying to describe my concerns and the events that led up to them. I was told that I was a terrible customer and that they were shocked that I was a prior customer. I was also told that I was a liar and they threatened to go to my house and take out the poorly constructed fence in my yard as well as all of the porch and deck work. All in all I missed approximately 4 hours of my training class trying to work all of this out with these guys and that was just the beginning. Later in the week we finally came to an agreement where they would take out the 3 foot high fence and replace it with a 4 foot high fence and correct the gates. This work took place the following week with a different crew/carpenter. After that work was completed on December 9th a walk through was conducted with me and Nick where I explained to him my additional concerns. I had made it clear that I wanted the gates to open in and one of the three was opening the opposite direction. In addition to that, there were huge openings at each gate base due to the grade of my yard. I also noticed that there were some sections that were already wobbly and the fence was just installed and that the sections were constructed inconsistently from each other, i.e. some sections had boards flush with the posts others did not. Nick said he would see what he could do and the next thing I knew they had given my information to their warranty guy who contacted me soon after. I met with him and showed him the issues. He did some work and then hurt his back. The entire situation had been completely exhausting between all of the errors, conversations, and poor customer service so I just let it go and focused my energy on taking care of everything else I have on my plate. They eventually came back to complete the work and again there were more errors. I sent Nick pictures and the warranty guy came back and made some adjustments leaving behind a huge mess of nails in my driveway. Nick had asked to have a final walkthrough the following Saturday and had stated that he wanted me to hand over a check right away. He also said he would send a final invoice and all that I received was a summary of line items embedded in an email. This was the project from **** for me. When I started out all I wanted was a fence to keep my dogs safe and my daughter happy and I am left with an ugly, poorly constructed fence and each time I look at it I am reminded of the hellish process getting here. What makes it even worse is that I can���t even let my dogs in the backyard because there is a gap between the section of fence that Steadfast built and the pre-existing fence on that side of the house. I wish that Steadfast would have taken me up on canceling the contract so that I could hire a professional fence company to do the job. I have not made the final payment to date and told Kenny via text that I would like a professional invoice to be sent to me in the mail so that I can review it. I am not convinced of the accuracy of what I have received to date nor do I think that they are entitled to the full amount because of all the errors and problems and the poor customer service and bulling behavior they subjected me to throughout this process.
    - Krista S.
  • A
    Adirondack Fence Builders
    First I found out that price depends on the kind of wood. I chose cedar over pine or some other choices. Pine may warp. Contractor removed a rusty old chain link fence and installed a wooden fence with a gate. Work done on time according to plan.
    - Stuart S.
  • A
    SVV Handyman Service
    Victor at SVV Handyman reached out to me after I submitted job request on Angie's list. I got 3 quotes and SVV Handyman had best price and was able to start job quickly (within 2 days)! We had a construction project next door that did some collateral damage on my property including a damaged fence and french drain. Victor replaced 3 damaged sections of a cedar fence that were destroyed, dug up crushed section of french drain and replaced with new corrugated piping and stone. I also had him clean-up an overgrown/weed ridden area on side of my house. Materials I'm new to hiring handyman - Victor asked for some cash up-front to buy materials. He provided guesstimate to costs and total costs came in very close to his guesstimate. Victor purchased all material and provided receipts. Bonus - I got to keep extra materials like extra weed fabric and mulch. Victor did a good job staying within my material budget and buying quality. He went to several different locations to buy needed materials (Home Depot, Lumber Yard, Merrifield) Labor Victor charged fixed fee for labor. He and another worker (didn't catch his name) did an excellent job, cleaned up job site very well, and took away all trash. It looks great as you can see in pics. Great job, thanks Victor! Will definitely hire again for future jobs.
    - Preston M.
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