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  • A
    Blue Ridge Heating & Air
    Workers arrived on time, gave me a quick estimate. I agreed to price and they started work. They actually finished an hour earlier than expected. This lowered the price a lot. Work looked very professional and area was clean.
    - Joseph S.
  • F
    Crockett Home Improvement Inc
    The crew hired to take off the old metal roof and put a new one on left a lot of the bricks in the yard from tearing down an old chimney to roof level as well as the metal bands with nails that came off the old roof.  When we complained, Crockett sent someone to move the bricks to the side of the yard and raked the yard for the metal.  I continue to find nails in the yard.  The end of one of the eaves came off right away and when the guy in charge of the work was called he said he'd come and look at it but never did.  So this is the second spring that we've had starlings nesting there.  (Yes, my husband should have fixed it but that doesn't excuse shoddy work and no return of the project manager.)  Replacing the air handlers in very tight spaces was a very difficult job.  Obviously, it had been done before to even have something to replace.  But the first people to install them didn't curse.  At all.  (Don't have any kids around if this guy works at your house.)  Then he had the drain of one of them run right on the ground under the house instead of running it outside.  We called and he came back to do it right.  Next, it leaked all over the floor, twice.  It was fixed, also.  This same "electrician" botched up the bathroom.  He only had to replace the old wire with new, changing nothing.  What I have now is NO power to the baseboard heater.  He told us it had NEVER been connected!  Then how did we use it for 25 years?  I have to use a space heater now WHICH IS PLUGGED INTO A MAKESHIFT OUTLET instead of the one that was already there to the right of the sink that doesn't work anymore and he can't get it to work.  The new outlet is actually hooked up through the wall from a light switch we hadn't installed yet.  Well, we won't be doing that now.  The reason it's wired from the other side of the wall is because we rejected his initial fix.  That was to run a wire across the ceiling over the mirror.  When he took it down, it left holes in the newly finished ceiling.  The new outlet is right next to the door on the left of the mirror over the sink.  We don't have any lefties that need to dry their hair.  And we have to step over that heater to get to the sink.  It runs all the time.  The worst thing about the wiring is that they wouldn't use my diagram of which wire fed what in the house.  They just ripped them all out of the old panel and said they'd figure it out.  So, when a pipe burst on the back porch from the days and days of below freezing temperatures, my husband turned off the breaker to the well pump so we could drain the pipes and fix it.  Guess what?  That breaker DOESN'T GO TO THE WELL PUMP!  He had to go out and walk through the creek to turn it off at the well!  And back to the house to see if his fix leaked and back to the wellhouse when it was still leaking a little and back to turn it on again.  We haven't traced what wiring is actually hooked up to the well pump.  Minor things include denting my dryer when it was moved and not replacing the "hatch" in the ceiling on the back porch where they accessed the wiring.  I know there's more but I'm tired of typing.  I'll think of it when I quit, I'm sure.  It steams us that we paid so much for this work. Several people said we paid way too much.  We were too trusting and aren't the kind of people who complain.  I know that for something this major we should have, until everything was right.  How we let go when told that "this never worked" and "this outlet doesn't work anymore" I don't know.  That's our own fault.

    - Barbara G.
  • A
    Crockett Home Improvement Inc
    The roofers arrived at about 8:00 and started at about 8:30 a.m.  They put tarps on both the front and back side of the roof to catch all the old debris (good thing too; I think the roof was the original on the house and the old shingles almost disintegrated when they were removed).  The workers had the old roof off quickly and started to repair a couple of sections along the front of the roof.  They then put down the new felt paper and drip edges.  Finally, the shingles went up fairly fast, with the entire job being completed at about 3:30 p.m.  A little later another worker showed up with a magnetic rake, for the lack of a better term, and swept the yard for nails and other sharp objectives, and generally got any debris that the roofers missed.  It generally went very well.  I was a little surprised no one from the company came by to check on the work just to make sure the roofers did what they were supposed to because I wouldn't know.
    - Courtney B.
  • A
    Enquist Enterprises Inc.
    It went really well and the outlet works great and looks like it has been there forever. It was very professional and James walked me through and showed me what he did and how the GFCI worked in case it ever tripped. Since it was the first time they came to our house they also checked over the electrical box and checked out a few switches to make sure my safety concerns were addressed.

    - Andrew T.
  • A
    Southern State Electric, Plumbing and Heating/AInc
    It went great. The guys came in and replaced both our compressor and indoor unit exactly as they said they would and it took them a little less time than they thought. They showed us exactly what they did and why they did it. We have used this company for many other repairs before and they have been great to work with. They take great pride in their work. I cannot recommend them enough.
    - Cynthia H.
  • A
    Enquist Enterprises Inc.
    James was our service technician and he did a fantastic job! Arrived promptly, was inquisitive and respectful of our home. We were thrilled with the quality and professionalism. The job had a few hiccups, but James took them in stride and worked diligently to solve the problems. Great company and service!
    - LaRae D.
  • A
    Rufus L Muncy
    Rufus was always prompt, courteous, and would not take payment until the jobs were done. He charged $25.00 in hour for labor regardless of the type job and we provided the materials. He enjoyed telling really corny jokes and our dog loved him.We were very pleased with the work Rufus did for us and would not hesitate to call him again should we need a skilled craftsman
    - Marta T.
  • A
    Blacksburg Plumbing Heating & Electrical Inc
    I used them to make my house ready, when I was getting ready to sell it. I have used them for years, they are a little pricey, but that area of plumbing and heating is expensive. They are very responsive, if I call and tell them that I have an immediate problem, they will send someone within 1 hour, or if I have some general things to be done, they send someone within a week. I have never had any problems with them. They have done water heaters, general plumbings, they are always good and always handle the work well.
    - Judy P.
  • A
    Dollman Construction, Inc
    This was an outstanding job!  The house looks totally different!  We could not be happier and were very please with the work done by the contractor.  Their communication from start to finish was excellent.  The job got behind by a week but this was to be expected and was communicated to us about a week in advance of it occurring.  We fully expect to use them again for more work we plan to do in our home!
    - Jennifer R.
  • A
    Brame Construction
    All the stuff he has done for me has been excellent! I feel like he is very competent. He works across a number of trades so he is good for remodeling. He is very professional and is there when he says he is going to be there. I have found him honest and very capable.
    - David S.
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