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Home Builder reviews in Mc Lean

  • A
    Home Tech Services
    Great service and excellent work, ask Jason for advice, our bathrooms look like a million dollars for a very reasonable price, already referred Home Tech Services to a friend and they are doing a great job there too!
    - Salma S.
  • A
    Home Tech Services
    We feel so lucky we found Home Tech Services. Remodeling our house was the best decision we made after hiring Home Tech Services, attention to details, honest and great customer service, finished the job on schedule and stayed under budget. Highly recommended.
    - Nour S.
  • F
    Crossbuild, LLC
    Atis Lemis and Crossbuild are quite literally a criminal enterprise who will destroy your home and extort you for money and bring in other convicted felons to help him. They were and are still a nightmare. Legal action will now be necessary to try to recover enough money to complete my project. Mr. Lemis has stated to me in writing that any law suit will put him out of business so if you are doing business with him you should stop now. Nothing could possibly recover a year of my life where Mr. Lemis threatened me, endangered my pets and destroyed my beautiful home. A project that was supposed to take 12 weeks has now gone over a year and crossbuild has walked off the job repeatedly. Atis Lemis, a convicted felon, wrote the contract, set the price and wrote the payment terms. He took a 1/3 down payment and spent it all before he ever started my job. Rather than follow the contract, he then would demand money whenever he felt like it under the threat of walking off the job which he did anyway - pure EXTORTION!! He also colluded with another criminal, James Andrew Kehoe III, formerly of Orion construction and RJT, to pay him to help convince me to use his company who he then paid $10,000 of my money to Mr Kehoe in a deal that was done completely behind my back. Crossbuild���s work is substandard and Mr. Lemis does not know what he is doing. The wood floor in the new room is unfinished and must be redone, builtins, which were extra, were never finished, the roofing material he used is discoloring and cracking and will soon leak. He never completed more than $20,000 worth of work in the contract and the damage to my property is very extensive. The entire front yard, including two parking spaces were entirely destroyed. My rear yard had a stone path which Crossbuilds workers destroyed most of the beautiful white stone pieces by throwing construction materials onto them. Much of my landscaping is dead and the way Crossbuild ran the new gutter system has caused enormous erosion issues. My driveway is cracked and caving in from the weight of trucks Crossbuild ran onto it. Both sliding glass doors that were installed leaked and much of the finish work does not match the original house. Two attic fans installed by Mr. Lemis do not work. Mr. Lemis and Crossbuild are quite literally a criminal enterprise. They violated multiple clauses in the contract including Material Breach of Contract, Time is of the essence and the projected completion date at 12 weeks which is now over a year and Mr. Lemis has left the job permanently as he informed me in text. Specifically, if I did not pay him more money (not remotely in compliance with the contract and all of which has been fully paid) he was never returning. If you hire Crossbuild, Atis Lemis or James Kehoe you can be sure your property will be damaged, your money stolen and the job will never be completed. If I had known of Mr. Lemis criminal past I would never have hired him nor should you. He is dangerously unstable and very aggressive. He has spent the past two summers working on a local private school. His work endangers the children who will attend that school as he told me part of roof he put in collapsed last year. CROSSBUILD AND ATIS LEMIS ARE DANGEROUS CRIMINALS. DO NOT HIRE THEM! I tried to upload photos to show the extent of the damage. Unfortunately the app did not allow me to.
    - Jacqueline P.
  • A
    RG Contractors LLC
    RG Contractor gave us an unbelievable quote for an entire build out of our healthcare practice in Mclean, a project that included plumbing, electrical, flooring, mechanical and painting. The project was completed ahead of time and exceeded expectations. RG is a good guy who cares about his clients, which made the process painless (both mentally and financially)! I was so pleased with them for the commercial work, that I hired them for our house kitchen remodeling as well. What I liked most about them is how they prepared all the materials in advance so that there would be no wasted time from the start date of the project. Preperation, organization and communication were critical for RG and his team making my home project run smooth. I would highly recommend them to anyone in the area who is in need of any remodeling work for commercial or residential needs. If you are looking for a contractor that exhibits punctuality and professionalism, they are the ones for you!!!
    - Dr. Ana A.
  • A
    RG Contractors LLC

    RG Contractors worked with the owner and tenant in great detail and performed the work according to their specifications.�� They are punctual,��honest��and professional people who go out of their way to satisfy everyone associated with the job at hand.�� The quality of their work is��exceptional��without being overpriced.�� Each job is treated��equally with hands on supervision by the owner and��attention to every detail.


    I highly recommend RG Contractors to anyone looking��for quality work��at a responsible price.�� No construction work is pleasant to go through but RG Contractors makes is easy and without the headaches of constantly watching and worrying if the job is��done right.������If you want quality work��RG Contractors are the people to do the job.��

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    - Jean C.
  • A
    Landmark Design

    We are extremely pleased with the work of our contractor Rocco Umbro of Landmark Design.  We are considering two additional s projects at the house and if we decide to undertake them, we will in all likelihood do so with Landmark Design.







    In preparing for this project, we determined that we needed the help of an architect to assist us with the design of the new addition in order that it would meet our functional goals and meld well with the rest of the house, and an contractor experienced in handling additions and renovations for older existing homes.  We interviewed six contractors and four architects based on recommendations from friends, family members and long time service providers.  We narrowed the field to two contractor/architect teams and selected Rocco Umbro of  Landscape Design and the architect he had suggested, Rex Gedney of Crozier Gedney.  We received Rocco's name from our most trusted long time service provider.







    We began the design process with Rocco and Rex in the fall of 2014 and completed it in early 2015.  Rocco and Rex then began the permit application process and we signed the final construction contract with Landmark Design in early March and construction began later that month. Tthe project was substantially (95%)  completed by mid July. 







    During the construction it was very important to us to have full use of the main house as it serves as the base for weekly visits with our three daughters and their families which include 7 grandchildren.  At the outset, we had identified several aspects of the project and our relationship with the contractor that were important to us including: accessibility to the contractor (ease of contact and rapid response), the quality of the work and attention to detail reflected in the work, the quality and supervision of the subcontractors, efficiency in coordination and the timeliness of the work, the cleanliness of the contractor and the subcontractors and the cost of the work. 







    Rocco and Landmark Design met our full expectations in all respects. 

    Communication by email and telephone was always quick and Rocco always made time to meet with us regularly even though that often required weekend or early morning meetings.  The subcontractors Rocco employed were uniformly excellent --they did high quality work, responded quickly to any requests or concerns we had, were invariably easy to work with and polite to us and to our various family members and friends. Rocco and his son were always in evidence with the subcontractors and we have no doubt that the quality and timeliness of their work reflected Rocco's close supervision.  When issues arose, we found we could always discuss them even when we were changing our minds on something, and he and his son were excellent at coming up with solutions for the inevitable issues that arise when working on changes to an older house.  Work progressed efficiently and Rocco and his son did and an excellent job of keeping things moving.  The worksite was always kept neat and clean and we never had concerns when our grandchildren were visiting as equipment was always picked up  and carefully put away at the end of each work day.  We believe the cost was very reasonable for the work done and the quality of that work was excellent. We always felt that Rocco was looking for ways to save us money rather than the opposite.  Finally and this is was important to us, it was a pleasant process.  Our interactions with Rocco and his son and the subcontractors were pleasant and friendly and everyone seemed ready to go the extra mile to get things done the way we wanted them to be done.
    - w george g.
  • A
    Thomas Custom Builders Inc
    Rick and his team were exceptional to work with from the initial design and concept through final delivery. We were thrilled with his attention to detail and the value that we got for our money. We will definitely consider Rick's team for subsequent work on our home
    - Tom Z.
  • F
    TMS Inc - Trumbull Mechanical Services
    TMS installed the system in our house over the winter of 2013/14.  Because we did not yet have gas service to the house (Washington Gas is notoriously slow), we asked the TMS supervisor to turn on the electric heat pump that we had in our attic.  We were told that it wasn't possible and that the system couldn't be run until after the basement heater was hooked up.  We asked one of the technicians again several weeks later and were again told that they couldn't do it.  As a result, we rented large portable propane heaters to keep the house warm enough for the workers to continue building our house.  After speaking with another mechanical contractor, we were informed that TMS didn't know what they were talking about and that the system could easily be reprogramed to just turn the heat-pump on.  We called TMS and were given the run-around but eventually spoke to someone who eventually agreed to turn it on.  It took the technician 20min.  When we contacted a manager at TMS to request that they reimburse us for the propane that we didn't need (about $2,200 worth), we were told that he would check with his boss and get back to us the following day.  That didn't happen.  I followed up a week later and was told that the owner, Valerie Trumbull, would be giving me a call to get everything resolved.  That didn't happen.  instead we received a notice that a Lien was placed on the property.  After several attempts to reach Valerie I was finally able to get her on the phone.  Valerie's position was simple...she wasn't interested in the poor service we received, that none of her employees seem to speak to one another or that they cost us money unnecessarily...she wanted her money, end of discussion.  To be fair, there are some good people who work at TMS but unfortunately it's an poorly managed company desperately in need of some core value and leadership.
    - MICHAEL W.
  • A
    The Capital Area Real Estate Group
    In the past several years we have had three other property transactions and always felt like the real estate agent did not add much value to the transaction.  Scott and Kesh, however, added immeasurable value; I honestly don?t think either transaction could have closed without them.  Moreover, their negotiation abilities are unmatched.  Our townhouse sold for more than any prior one (that we know of) on our street.  With regards to the new house we purchased, Scott and Kesh negotiated us a better deal than we ever imagined.  We could not be happier and highly recommend them to everyone!
    - Crystal S.
  • F
    E and L Builders
    Lots of mistakes during building process.

    Working with Clark to fix issues with Heating and Air system and gaps in hardwood floor.

    Not
    very responsive lately.  Let me know if you are considering using E
    & L and need more info.  I have lots of interesting and strange
    stories about our dealings with Clark.

    For example:

    After
    Clark finished the second floor several cracks appeared over about 4
    months in our walls on the first floor.  Clark said he wanted to wait
    until 12 months have passed before coming and fixing the cracks.  Then
    after 12 months he told us the cracks were not the result of the new
    floor being added, he said they were the result of the first floor
    settling.  I thought that was very strange, because they did add 15 tons
    of weight on top of our house.  He insisted that the weight was so well
    distributed, that it didn't cause the cracks.  I told him that I
    thought settling was when the ground (after being recently dug up for
    the foundation) settled and caused the house to move slightly and this
    could cause cracks.  He said, "yes, your first floor is settling and its
    not the addition that is causing it".  I told him I thought it was
    strange for a house built in 1964 to just now decide to settle.  Again
    he insists that the new cracks were not the result of his work.  Very
    strange.

    The heat pump Clark added freezes up and makes a lot of
    noise during damp and cold nights.  He says there is nothing wrong with
    it.  I have googled this and see it is a common issue when the defroster
    is defective.

    Another quick example is the hardwood floors have a
    4 mm crack right down the seam of the two halves of the modular.  Clark
    is saying that we need to use a humidifier and it will go away.  It is
    clear that it is the result of the modular shifting (also probably the
    same cause of the cracks downstairs).
    - Bret p.
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