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  • A
    Dollman Construction, Inc
    When we decided to purchase a highly compartmentalized 1931 historic home in South Roanoke, we knew we had to do some major renovations to make it livable to our modern standards, including a full kitchen remodel (which required removal of a load-bearing wall and kitchen design) and master bathroom remodel, along with some other upgrades.  
    As we were unable to get personal recommendations on who could work with us since we were new to the area, I went on Angie's List and found Dollman Construction and liked what I read.  I met with Jimmy, the owner, and I knew rather quickly that he was the one for the job.  His wealth of knowledge and experience doing renovations were confidence-building.  I also appreciated that when we first spoke on the phone he thoroughly answered all of my questions and also did not seem to have an issue with the fact that I am a woman (unfortunately, I still run into men who speak down to me from time to time when organizing such things). 
    Jimmy designed our kitchen and bathroom and worked with us throughout the process, which was vast, multi-stepped and new to us.  He also was very clear from the get-go about reasonable time frames, what could speed up or slow down this process (which included demolition), and answered our questions as they arose.  Once we went through the process of his kitchen design, we spent a morning reviewing the scope of work and eventually memorialized it in detail with an easy-to-understand comprehensive contract.  
    I had confidence that Jimmy and his crew would do all this extensive work correctly, especially the removal of the load-bearing wall and putting in a custom designed steel beam to hold up the remaining wall.  His crew also replaced all the windows with energy efficient windows that were made to look exactly like the original ones thereby keeping the historic nature of the house intact; widened the opening between the kitchen and dining room which greatly increases the flow of the house; recommended an interior designer to help me with with selections on colors and fixtures, etc., and she was awesome and worth her weight in gold; and a few other extraneous add-ons.  We also enjoyed getting to know the project managers for our house, Rob and his Dad. 
    We have been very pleased with the outcome of all of the work done.  Friends and family have been amazed at how good all of these renovations and improvements look.  Jimmy has been good for his word throughout the process. I could tell when I first met him that he takes pride in the quality of his work and for this reason I wanted to do business with him - I knew he would do a fine job.  My instincts were spot on and we have no regrets with our decision to go with Dollman Construction.
    - Kim G.
  • C
    Appalachian Building Concepts
    The work is superb.  However, Mr. Motley grossly under-estimated the job.  He estimated 4-5 weeks and it took a full two months.  He refused to negotiate a compromise or take responsibility for being so far off. I have no problem with 10-15% over estimate.  The original contract was for 33,000. I refused to pay him $2500.  I ended up paying $41,320 and he still walked off the job.  But if I had paid the $2500, it would have brought the total up to $43,820 that I had paid. (which is almost $11,000 over contract) In our discussions about the over-estimate, he became loud, bullying, threatening, ranted on about what the loss meant to him, and threatened to quit.  He wanted another $1500 for the last day, to install the kitchen cabinets and finish the plumbing.  I refused and ended up telling him to go ahead and quit, which he did. 
    Until that point, it had been very pleasant to work with them.  They were very helpful, doing a few small jobs I needed help with: mowed the lawn while I was out of town, replaced a garbage disposal, moved heavy poles to places in the garden, perhaps a day's labor for all these.  He also dug two holes and poured the concrete for footers for an additional bathroom; some insulation for the bathroom was part of the materials bill.  An apron was added around the base of the room, but the cabinets I selected were $1000 less than those in his estimate and I decided against a closet and shelving that were also included in the estimate.. He complained that working conditions were tougher than he thought, ie, working around a rose bed and a crepe myrtle, but he was aware of those from the outset.  One of the new windows has a crack and he left without fixing that.
    Much of the fine craftsmanship is due to his assistant, Louis.  I intended to give him a bonus, but canceled that when Mr Motley quit. 
    I do not question Mr. Motley's honesty, but I did not sign an open-ended contract and at no time did he come to me and say he was going so far over contract.  Since I did not track the acquisition of materials, it was not until he presented me with the next-to-last bills that I saw how far over he had come.

    Mr. Motley figures he went $970 in materials over the estimate, ($18,000).  However:   1) The electrician he chose wanted $2400, and I found one that did the job for $750. 2)) I didn't go with the tankless water heater specified in the contract (approx $250), but with a small tank, $99   This, along with my choice of cabinets, brings his materials cost significantly lower (about $3K) than the estimate, which makes his $904 over-estimate even higher, but part of that is balanced by the skirting around the base of the room. I really have no problem with the materials cost, unless this gets really ugly.     Mr. Motley had injured his wrist and he appeared to stand around while Lou did the actual work.  He arrived later and left earlier than Lou, and there seemed to be a awful lot of trips to Home Depot, etc for small purchases, which suggest poor planning.  This may account for part of why the labor went so far over.     Also, I have never seen a receipt for anything other than materials I directly purchased.   Finally, I sent him an email requesting the information/arrangements for the broken window, but have not heard back from him.  I don't even know from whom he bought it.   I offered Mr Motley a couple of compromises and suggested he come up with some.  He did, and I accepted it, but he reneged on Monday morning.

    REBUTTAL TO COMPANY RESPONSE: At no time did Mr Motley sit down with me and review what materials had been purchased, what still had to be purchased, or give me an estimate for labor yet to come. He emailed me the bills, sometimes itemized by vendor, sometimes not, and I gave him the checks the next day.  I was completely surprised by the amount of the last materials bill he submitted.
    - Candra B.
  • B
    Sheds USA
    t on line buying process was easy; had to pay when ordered; it was a little over a month before they came to install though. The installers were AWESOME! Very friendly, hardworking and efficient. However they encountered a problem they said they had never seen before. The floor boards that they have been given to use were 2 inches short. They improvised and made it work however the appearance was off. After the installers left we discovered that they didn't install the anchor kit we had paid for. The man I talked to on the phone also said he had never heard of having short boards and that he was going to talk to someone about the partial refund I was asking for because we were going to have to put a veneer over the front so it would look good. He said he put in a work order to have someone come install the anchor kit. About 2 weeks later I heard from a man--I think he said he was a regional director who wanted to come look at the shed which he did. He agreed that the anchor kit wasn't installed and the floor was short. He said he would come put the anchor kit in himself but he was only offering to give back the cost of the anchor kit not the couple of hundred we were asking for to pay for the fixing of the front. After multiple calls back and forth with him checking "with someone else" he finally agreed to what we were asking only after we told him we were at the point that we were ready to tell them to bring their truck and take the shed back. 2 weeks later he came and installed the anchor kit--did it really well by the way. About 3 weeks after the agreement I got a call that my refund was being processed and I got 330 back.
    I understand mistakes happen and wasn't upset about that. However I'm in customer service and the 1st thing you should do is apologize and find out how you can make it right. What we were asking was reasonable as it wasn't above what it was going to cost to fix the problem. However he never apologized and it was a real struggle to get anything to make it right. I could understand if it was something we had done wrong but it was a manufacturers problem..this company should take their issues up with that company not by not making it right by the customer. In the end, I am satisfied as when he came to do the anchor kit he put the veneer on the shed and made it look good and I still got some money back but my dissatisfaction is only from the struggle it took to get there.
    By the way, the shed seems to be of excellent quality and looks great!
    - Ann M.
  • A
    Chad Smith Builder Inc
    Mr. Smith was very professional, honest, and punctual.  He wanted to perform the job but advised that due to the distance of the building site to his normal area of business he did not feel he could be competitive with my project.   Based on my conversations with this builder I sensed that he was a very knowledgeable and skilled builder.  I felt that he took great pride in his work.  I was disappointed that he would not be involved in my building project.
    - David K.
  • A
    Dollman Construction, Inc
    Dollman Construction met with us and designed our family room and master suite addition. The project went great. They started on time and cleaned the job site daily. When the crew did the demolition in the house they were very careful to protect our floors and there was less dust than we had anticipated. The workers were very nice. Jimmy worked with us on making all of our material selections and they look great. The addition is absolutely beautiful! The hardwood looks wonderful! The master bathroom shower that they built is incredible.We love the granite top too. The exterior of the addition looks like part of the original house.The addition was designed and built for handicap access to allow us to stay in our home longer without assisted living or a nursing home. Jimmy gave us great advice on the features we needed to achieve our goals of staying in our home. We have since used Dollman for several other smaller repair projects at our home and for replacing the storm damaged roof on our business. We will use these guys again in the future if we need a contractor.
    - Lisa W.
  • A
    Chad Smith Builder Inc
    Chad is so good to work with.  He listened to what I wanted (I know what I want, I just don't know if what I want is possible from a construction standpoint), made suggestions, and built a screen porch exactly the way I wanted it.  He is honest and dependable.  Plan to use him for any remodeling or repair projects I have in the future.
    - Janice S.
  • A
    Security Lock & Key Inc
    Great has been working well
    - Marshall S.
  • A
    Rosen Contracting
    Very professional contractor and work. I have used this contractor before and I have always been very satisfied. I plan to use them again in the future to add a bathroom in my house.
    - Dan N.
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    ANCHOR SALES & SVC INC
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    - Henry H.
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    Dollman Construction, Inc
    unknown
    - Pamela R.
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