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    Glen Allen Builders Inc
    I hope this helps someone. I want to convey our cautionary tale with Jamie, while not coming across as someone who is just angry and wants to rant, and call people nasty names. Let me just start by saying I have since spoken to other people whose experience mirrors ours, (delayed, sloppy, unresponsive), but have chosen to let the matter rest. I looked at Jamie's rating on here before we hired him, and would have appreciated their experiences. Jamie may be a fine handyman for small, quick jobs, although I think there are better alternatives. However, he is clearly a poor choice for an addition, remodel, deck, etc. He is unorganized with his time, finances, sloppy in his finish work, and becomes dishonest and vague in his communication and commitments. I am unsure of what details I can share, should we need to take legal action, but will do my best. Jamie has abandoned our project. We have failed the final electrical inspection and the final building inspection. We have requested multiple times for him to work with us to resolve the issue, and have been met with threats of legal action, but no detailed resolution. We will spend more than the contract to finish. In summary Jamie: -dishonestly asked for and took payment when work was not completed (insulation, sheetrock, etc. totaling thousands of dollars) -delayed what he said would be a "six week" project into 6 months, with no explanation or presentation of a plan despite repeated requests. We started work January 20th, contract completion date March 15th ( As of March 11th we had no tile floor, wood floor, carpeting, paint, and a portion of the addition had not even begun.) We are still not finished. -Did sloppy work (Installed chipped tiles in kitchen backsplash, Spray painted clear glass for kitchen cabinets to look like they were "frosted" but now the "frost" is peeling off, installed bathroom transition strip OUTSIDE of bathroom door, Installed broken deck boards leaving holes in deck, Failed to line up the new siding with the existing siding, installed different colored wood in the middle of our existing wood floor, etc.) -Major components are left unfinished: doors, debris removal (there are nails littering our backyard, our 5 year old stepped on one barefooted), landscaping, non-functioning outlets, etc. -In addition, he has not paid some of his suppliers and they will not sell us the missing supplies, although we paid Jamie 5 months ago. It's our belief that Jamie starts out well-intended. He was witty, articulate, and at-the-beginning, very prompt. His prices were competitive. His first impression really sells his bids. However, he lacks the skill to manage these projects, the experience to know how to do simple finish work, and the integrity to admit his mistakes and take responsibility. We believe he is not stable enough in his business and financial practices to weather the normal fluctuations of his field, and forces his clients to pay the price, i.e. he spreads himself too thin and does not manage his business well and when the normal ups and downs of contract construction work arise, he is not able to meet his obligations. Combine this with his lack of finish skills and you get a harried, messy product. In the end, he was flitting from one job to another, and neglected ours altogether, becoming more belligerent and unresponsive to our concerns. In June he worked 20 hours, and in July, 8 hours, all while our project ran way over time. We are continuing to find elements of his work that are baffling in their installation. (Holes in the backsplash grout, waves in walls where the sheetrock does not meet evenly, non-functioning electrical outlets, etc) When we have tried to communicate our concerns we were repeatedly met with diversions or silence. We hope this helps someone make a more informed decision than we did, and seriously consider the dozens of other alternatives to Glen Allen Builders. However, if you still feel he is a good fit I would offer a few steeply priced lessons we learned. -demand certificates of insurance before he starts any work and verify it is valid with your own insurance -require a deadline and a penalty if he does not finish on time -require a detailed and dated schedule for the entire project and hold him to it -demand the contract be revised for additional work he commits to verbally. -never take his word something is complete. Lay your eyes on everywhere drywall, paint, insulation should be before making a payment. -inspect the details. If you are unsure, or if it looks a little wonky, it probably is. Take a minute to google how it's supposed to look and don't pay until it's fixed. -request references of similar work. We settled with a reference from someone who had a bathroom tiled--it did not serve us well -regularly photograph all the work and him doing it. Good luck!
    - Jenny H.
  • A
    Classic Construction Exteriors
    Classic Construction built a raised deck for my new house that I moved into in May.  I opted to not have the builder (Ryan Homes) install a deck because I knew I wanted something nicer and larger than they would provide.  So glad I went with Classic Construction.  They deck is raised, since I have a walk-out basement.  Therefore, I decided to have the entire deck enclosed so that I could use the under-side for storage.  Classic made this look really nice, putting up beams, plywood walls and then making custom lattice work out of countless square wood blocks (literally hundreds I would guess).  This looks a lot nicer than the lattice you'd buy at Lowe's that people often install under decks to keep debris out.  This made the enclosure fully-shielded from the elements and it is a great area for storing all of my power equipment, etc. so that I can actually park my cars in the garage.  I am still in the process of putting up my own under-deck drainage system to water-proof it from above, but that is just using vinyl panels from Lowe's and some basic steps I found on YouTube.  Anyhow, after a couple months of hot summer weather, a few of the railing beams started to split/crack, so Brian came out to take a look.  He had them replaced within the next couple of days, and the new railings are holding up great...great customer service and doing what it takes to make the customer happy even after the job is complete.  
    I am so pleased with the deck that Classic will be installing a paver patio off of the deck come this Spring for me....can't wait to have some living space down there as well for entertaining.
    - Roy H.
  • A
    Classic Construction Exteriors
    We contacted Classic Construction Exteriors in April 2013 for an estimate on a completely maintenance-free screened porch addition with additional small attached deck. We've never been through the process of designing an addition to a house, so we were extremely impressed and appreciative of contractor/carpenter Brent Pittman's ability to take our ideas and wants and design the perfect porch and deck that exceeded our expectations and vision. Brent easily figured out that my husband's desire for maintenance-free materials applied across-the-board to all aspects of the project. Once we gave Brent our specific criteria, we let him design the porch and select the colors according to his years of experience and his own high-expectations for himself. From May through the August start, I heard from Brent on a regular basis, providing me up-dates about the start date and the design process. I received the architect's drawings and computer renderings of the completed project to review and revise. I thankfully didn't have much to do, as Brent was totally on top of all aspects of the the process.
    Construction began on August 5, 2013 and was completed by mid-September. Classic Construction arranged for a construction dumpster and a port-a-potty to be on sight during the project. Care was taken to protect our driveway and landscaping during the entire project. Clean-up occurred on a daily basis before Brent and his co-workers, Brian and Jonathan, left for the evening. If weather delayed arrival, I received a phone call letting me know. Communication during the project was among the best I have ever experienced from a service provider.
    Here are the particulars about the design:
    Brick pillars matching the existing house foundation provide the supports for the screened porch and deck, with white vinyl lattice between the pillars. The decking material for the screened porch and seamlessly extending to the deck is CertainTeed PVC decking in Dune with contrast color Saddle for the perimeter. All foundation boards, risers, roof and skylight framing, and support columns are covered in white PVC materials. The ceiling is white vinyl bead board. There are also white vinyl rails surrounding the porch, deck, and deck stairs, as well as a white vinyl screen door from the porch to the deck. The shed roof with 2 skylights is shingled to match the house roof and Leaf Guard gutters and downspouts were installed along the front roof line of the porch. We purchased the "wet-proof" outdoor ceiling fan with light ahead of time from Atlantic Electric, and it was installed along with 2 spotlights and 2 electrical outlets (one inside the porch and one outside the decking) by Classic Construction as part of the project.
    Brent was able to contact the original company which handled the installation of the house siding and trim 3 years ago for the previous owners and obtained the exact materials to use for the siding and trim under the roof line. Our wood crawl space door was also replaced with extra material from the skylight trim vinyl (something Brent did on his own to complete the look - I never thought of that). As a result and with the impeccable work completed by Classic Construction Exteriors, the new screened porch and deck  addition look as though they were always meant to be a part of the house.
    - Wendy G.
  • A
    I'm not one that writes reviews however in this case I thought it warranted a review. Jim Davidson, owner, was great to work with. He listened to what I wanted in a new deck/screened in porch; made suggestions but didn't try to and quot;upselland quot; on anything; provided me with the plus and minuses of my ideas and let me decide how I wanted the project done.
    I had quotes from 4 other companies obtained from Angie's List and Jim's price was competitive and the project came in at his original price quote.
    Jim's crew that built the deck were exceptional...paid a lot of attention to details to make sure everything was correct the first time...the old adage of measure twice and cut once was definitely in play during construction.
    Sundecks exceeded mine and my wife's expectations....can't ask for more then that!
    Since the project has been completed several of my neighbors have raved about the quality of the build and have asked me for Jim's number.
    I would not hesitate using Jim's company again, and if you are considering a new deck, screened porch, garage or addition you won't go wrong by giving Jim a call.
    A happy and satisfied customer....

    - Joe C.
  • A
    Professional Home Services
    Mike came out on time and provided a quote.  I agreed on price and date.  Mike's team came and successfully completed the door replacement.  I paid Mike the agreed upon price.  It was a straight forward transaction and I can give my recommendation to PHS.
    - kevin m.
  • B
    Creative Energy Exteriors
    Since we only received an estimate for the deck construction, we have no experience with Creative Exteriors beyond the initial stage. I was impressed with and grateful for the professional advice we received.
    - Anita C.
  • A
    Creative Energy Exteriors
    They were a very good business to work with.  They gave me a good price, and were very responsive.  They came out on time, and always followed up with good customer service.  I have already recommended them to other people.  They really went out of their way to help me, and I would highly recommend them.
    - richard h.
  • A
    LDM Associates LLC
    Lewis has taken care of our home for the past 4 years. He is the most caring and honest person that I have met - when he does repair work for our home, he treats it like his own home! Lewis has done every aspect of home maintenance for us that I can think of - plumbing, electrical, carpentry . . . just about everything. His work is excellent, his prices VERY fair, and it is always a pleasure having him in our home. My husband and I are 'seniors' and Lewis recently recommended that he move the water shut off from under the house to a convenient place in the garage. Now, when we leave town to visit our grandchildren, we just pass by the water shut off and turn it off - couldnt be easier. I HIGHLY recommend Lewis Green to anyone who is looking for a CARING AND EXPERT person to look after their house - and the best is, no job is too small for him - he really is the ONLY person I call when some type of repair in the house needs to be done.
    - Linda R.
  • A
    Flanagan Construction, LLC
    Richard was fast, efficient and a perfectionist. Was on site when he said he would be and did a fabulous job. Cleaned job site broom clean at the end of each day.
    - Susan L.
  • A
    Glen Allen Builders Inc
    - Vincent A.
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