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    AquaProof Inc
    They water proofed by installing drains and sump pumps in an existing basement which was prone to water problems after rains. I got 4 or 5 bids. They were very competitive as they came down on the bid when I showed them another bid and they matched it.
    - michael m.
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    A Better Crawl Inc
    We were very happy with the entire process. Nick sealed the deal even before he forwarded us the written estimate. He was informative, extremely thorough with his inspection and gave us options to tailor the job to our needs. The installation crew (April, Jason, and Scott) did an outstanding job. It was evident that there is great communication within the company as April and the rest of the team knew what needed to be done from the start. April was excellent at informing us what each day's goals were and provided us with an update at the end of each day. Despite completing the job ahead of schedule the quality and thoroughness of the job was still too notch. Clean-up was fantastic.
    - Christa M.
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    Kattau Construction
    In retrospect I am quite happy that I took the path I did as there were several unexpected developments and/or requirements that I had asked for that were "unexecutable" during the course of construction that we were able to fix on the fly. I was very happy with Scott's attention to detail during the course of construction and his quality of work far surpassed most other residential contractors I have dealt with. One of the first challenges was trying to get a permit to do the work. It turned out that the property I purchased had a barn on it that had never had a permit issued for its construction. (Not disclosed in the seller disclosure). As a result the issuance of a permit was delayed a bit until we reached an agreement with the county that we would retroactively get a permit for the structure and do any required fixes that a structural engineer determined were necessary. I ended up having to get Scott to do some additional concrete work on the barn foundations to make the county happy and hired a separate contractor to do some of the wood structural work to keep Scott focused on getting the house completed on time. I am a retired engineer with some experience in doing construction projects. Scott would be the first to tell you that I am a somewhat uncompromising taskmaster and I really appreciated the fact that Scott would push back based on his extensive experience in what works in home construction. We made several adjustments to the layout of the home as we went along and we had a good give and take on what I was adding vs items that were abandoned for a credit and the overall cost impact. The only issue I had with our project centered on critical path planning. For those not familiar with large projects this is the planning that determines what work that needs to be done today (eg: material ordering) to ensure that the work we are going to be doing in the next several weeks goes smoothly. This improved as we got through the project and at the end we ended up getting it done in the agreed time frame (excluding the delay in getting the permit at the outset of the project). I would certainly recommend Scott to anyone looking for a quality contractor to do either a renovation or construction project.
    - Paul L.
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    JVG Woodwork & Construction
    The job was completed on time and on budget without need for change orders. Very professional work; very responsive in correcting small problems which emerge in a job of this size.
    - Earl S.
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    Both the man who gave us the bid and the two men who did the work were professional and punctual. They had failed to notice that additional venting would be needed, but they solved the problem and we were not charged for the extra work. Already our first floor has no hint of stale or moist air and humidity levels have dropped. In this part of the country, that is a big accomplishment.
    - DANA I.
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    The Roofer Inc
    This guy is amazing! He’s honest, he did work for me that saved me thousands of dollars. He treated the waterproofing so that it matched the existing paint so I didn’t have to bring in a painter later.  He was just great!  I felt very fortunate to have found him.  We have not had any problems with water getting in since working with him.  I would highly recommend that if you're having water issues with the exterior of your home, you should contact him!
    - John H.
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    They charged me too much.  There were a lot of other choices in the phone book.  They showed up and did an adequate job.  Their technicians didn’t really seem that knowledgeable.  They just came and sucked the water out and placed the dehumidifiers and left.  I had to call to their office to get my questions answered.  They couldn’t tell me right off hand how much it would cost.  When I got the bill, it was way more than what I thought it would be.  They came out pretty quickly.
    - forrest e.
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    JVG Woodwork & Construction
    He failed to obtain building permits on the original portion of the remodel which ultimately caused the county to condemn the site because of the "dangerous nature of the construction". The basement flooded due to grading slope toward the house. There was no connected venting causing water to pour into the house through a fake vent and flow throw bathroom fans. There were no headers above the doors and windows. No permitted stairway access into the basement. He was sited by L&I for hazardous wiring (hanging down & exposed) in the electrical room. It was determined by L&I that this was done by Mr. Gordon and not the electriction, so he was fined several thousand dollars. Wall heaters were not connected or were missing dials; The siding split on nearly every board; the country required the insulation be removed and replaced from the ceilings. The walls and ceiling had to be reinforced because they were not safely connected. The county required the house be gutted, re-engineered and rebuilt to code by another contractor. I sued Mr. Gordon and prevailed in court. On the day of the judge's decision, Mr. Gordon served me with his bankruptcy papers. There are two other well documented cases where Mr. Gordon had constructed shoddy, unsafe homes. In those two cases, the owners had no money to pursue him in court but he did name them in his bankruptcy filings. According to the state, Mr. Gordon lost his contractor's license and his insurance/bond was cancelled. (I prevailed in court & collected his bond). I am very surprised he is still in business. How can this be possible? I'm calling the contractor license board - again!!
    - Sam K.
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