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  • F
    KB Contractors
    I should have hired a lawyer from day one. We went to court where our claim was mediated by the judge. We took Mr. Bodenstein to the Virginia Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations. Mr. Bodenstein was fined $4500 dollars and his license was revoked until he went through classes on the regulations and successfully passed them. Mr. Bodenstein at first resisted Va DPOR and then pled guilty to all of the charges. The Va Department of Professional and Occupational Regulations discovered that none of Mr. Bodenstein's subcontractors were licensed. Those subcontractors were: electricity, plumbing, propane, HVAC and concrete foundation. We paid $123,000 to Mr. Bodenstein, lost $40,000, largely in legal fees, in the court settlement and had to spend an additional large sum to repair and replace shoddy work and omitted work. Mr. Bodenstein used a workman who was released daily from the local Joint Security Complex and Mr. Bodenstein failed to live up to the contract he signed with the prison. Not knowing the worker was a prisoner who was locked up for theft, we gave him access to the property. Mr. Bodenstein told us this worker was a "master electrician" and he was not. Yet that workman divided the power coming to the house, installed a replacement electric box for the house and the cottage, installed all electrical wiring and a new electric panel for the cottage. He also installed propane piping which was incorrect and failed to pass the occupancy inspection and had to be replaced at considerable cost. He did major plumbing work. Mr. Bodenstein began work before obtaining a building permit and what was supposed to be a three month job extended from early June until he was fired a week before Christmas. Mr. Bodenstein has an excuse for everything and tells elaborate tales to explain away his problems. However, when the Virginia Board of Contractors at VaDPOR investigated him for a full year, all of his stories melted away in front of them. Mr. Bodenstein was often away for weeks at a time. His "supervision" was cursory. We had pipes freeze because areas were not insulated or insulated improperly. The new roofing Mr. Bodenstein had installed did not include the necessary replacement ridge vent system, The plumbing hook-ups for the dishwasher and kitchen sink leaked and flooded the floors. Even after all of this, we are very satisfied with our cottage. It took extra money and other professionals to make it right, but we are delighted. The work Mr. Bodenstein had done was not all bad. In fact, some of it was exceptional. But corners were cut and he got testier and testier. We live on the site and were always available for any sort of consultation. Our "contract" was split into individual contracts in what VaDPOR determined was a way for Mr. Bodenstein to get around his $119,999.99 license ceiling. We learned a lot during all of this. Eventually, Mr. Bodenstein sent us a "change order" which was invalid. Relationships deteriorated and he was fired. Hire that lawyer if you get involved with Mr. Bodenstein. And contact VaDPOR in order to understand how to deal with a licensed Virginia Contractor. VaDPOR is on your side against contractors who don't follow the regulations. It is not enough to be told that the contractor is insured and bonded. Ask to examine the documents.
    - David S.
  • A
    We had very good experiences with DBO on two projects. First project: they replaced a small deck with a large screen porch & deck. Ted came up with a porch design we loved but never would have thought of on our own. Craftsmanship, price, and professionalism all very good. Second project: major kitchen renovation. This was a hard project in the best of circumstances (it's never easy to live in your house for a month without a kitchen), and there were some typical snafus like delayed delivery of cabinets, some of which had to be sent back and replaced. But DBO did as well as any contractor would have. But the quality of the work and finished project was impeccable, the crew was courteous, Ted walked us through all the options for countertops, tile, cabinets, etc.
    - darryl b.
  • A
    Troy-Bilt Construction
    We are very pleased with Troy-Bilt Construction's work. Troy-Bilt's bid was the low bid but he provided a quality result. When we initially discussed the project and as we encountered problems with the shoddy construction, Mr. Troy Woodward offered several suggestions for improvement. We accepted these recommendations and are very happy with the end result. Throughout the project Troy-Bilt used superior methods and techniques. The crew was punctual, professional and polite; a genuine pleasure to work with. The deck is now completely solid and well built. It is also visually appealing and attractive. We have already received several compliments from our neighbors. We would unreservedly recommend Troy-Bilt Construction.
    - Marilyn L.
  • B
    Capitol Sheds Inc
    First of all, they showed up unannounced one morning and we had a tree services working at the same time.  A worker asked immediately to use our bathroom, which was awkward.  The company owner came out at lunchtime at my husband's request so he could hear our concerns.  As they were leaving they crushed part of our walkway with their trailer.  The owner apologized and came back the next week and gave us a "free" ramp for the front door of the shed.  Workers had to return another time that week because they forgot to add some trim to the building.  They also repaired some shoddy nailing that had splintered some of the wood frame. The owner tried hard to make us feel better about our experience, and for that we were very grateful and would certainly hire them again in the future.
    - Karin M.
  • B
    Stoney Creek Development & Construction LLC
    The piping under our sink had been leaking for some time before we bought the home, and the previous owners had covered it up with a ?false floor? and tiles to hide the damage.  We contacted Mr. Palumb and he came over and gave us an estimate to repair the damage. We decided to go ahead and re model the kitchen, since the repair work was going to be extensive.   We trusted Mr. Palumb and were happy with the price and his suggestions.  Mr. Palumb finished up the work in a month and informed us that if anything were wrong with the work, that he would come back and fix it.  He said to make a list, which he referred to as a ?punch list.? We were happy that the kitchen was done and the nightmare plumbing issue and water damage were resolved.  After the work was completed, we began noticing a couple of flaws in the kitchen. We also noticed that in the sun room behind the kitchen, there was exposed piping; Mr. Palumb had removed the wall outside to gain access to the piping, but did not cover it.  Additionally, debris and a large segment of drywall were left in our sun room.  After contacting Mr. Palumb about these issues, he gave us a date that he would come back and fix the kitchen.  My husband took a day of leave for this project, and Mr. Palumb did not show up.  We called him again and scheduled another day for the project, with myself taking time off from work.  When he arrived, he fixed what needed to be fixed, which we were generally happy about it. When I asked about the exposed piping, he said that he would have to buy a whole roll of insulation for just a tiny piece, so it would be better if we did it ourselves.  He also cut a hole in the drywall to place a shut off valve for the outdoor pipe.  He told us we could put a panel over the hole to gain access to the shut off valve.  Unfortunately, the hole was too big for any panels found at the store and required a drywall patch job and re-cutting of the drywall to fit the panel, which we had to fix ourselves.  Mr. Palumb also left a mess in our sun room, which included a large amount of sawdust, nails on the floor, building debris, and dried caulking on the brick floor.  Today we discovered some leaking under the sink.  When we investigated the leak, we discovered that the pipe Mr. Palumb installed had a crack!  We are now cleaning up the area and figuring out how to repair the damage0
    Image of the pipe that was used after the installation of new sink in kitchen. New leak started in gaps in the pipe.
    - Sally F.
  • A
    Capitol Sheds Inc
    In a word: great.

    I was very pleased with the process and the results. Robert Summy kept us well informed of the timeline. He also was very meticulous about the entire construction process. The building inspectors praised his work. He was easy to get in touch with, whether by email or phone. All of the people that came to work on the garage were pleasant and professional. Everybody made a big effort to clean up when they were done with their particular phase.
    There was only one small quibble with one of the subcontractors. The guy that did the foundation (gravel and concrete) would sometimes show at a different time than when he said. For example, he said he would come on a Thursday morning but he showed up Wednesday afternoon. He got the job done and he did it very well, but his show time wasn't always consistent with what he said. That's why I rated punctuality as a B instead of an A.
    - Cynthia L.
  • A
    Powell's Painting & Home Repair
    I'm a Realtor, and I use Mike all the time because always reliable and priced competitively.  So hard to find someone who can do lots of things and who you can count on to get things done timely.
    - Tara S.
  • A
    Swords Construction LLC
    Overall, the results were great ! The house looked like a new house after the work was completed. The shed in the backyard looks like it would withstand a tornado. I would like to post pictures to show the amazing improvements, but I cannot figure out how. If you need any type of construction work done in the Hanover, Goochland, Louisa, Caroline (Richmond metropolitan area) I would highly recommend this company.
    - Matthew M.
  • A
    This was an excellent experience. The owner Rodney went over all our options and helped us pick just the right shed. They leveled the ground perfectly, and installed the shep completely level. The shed is well built and looks great. I highly recommend this company in all respects.
    - Marc S.
  • A
    Noonan's Handyman & Landscape Design
    Amazing job!  We  were preparing our home for the real estate market and Joe really helped get many things repaired/renewed.  he and his crew worked extremely hard and were very professional.  We were extremely pleased with the job.  Would recommend Joe to anyone.
    - Susan G.
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