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Sunrooms And Patio reviews in Monona

  • F
    Cornell Remodeling
    Stay away from Chris Cornell! Chris is a liar and a thief. He never finished the work we paid for and never returned our phone calls, emails, or texts. I hate to have to write this review, but I can���t stand liars. Long story short, he overpromised and underdelivered, then walked away from the job, leaving us without lights in the basement, and many other half-finished projects. Along the way, he ���borrowed��� my chainsaw, and never returned it, effectively stealing it. Months after the job, I���m still noticing some of my tools missing. The tools missing could have been stolen by one of the workers he hired off of Craigslist, but, at the end of the day, it���s his job, so, he should have been in control of it. He���s ok at basic construction, and ok at woodworking - he can cut a straight line, which is more than I can say about the last contractor. But he can���t stain pine for **** (you���d think a carpenter would know how). His tiling sucks and he cuts a LOT of corners on just about everything. He left live wires exposed in a high traffic area and didn���t tell me - I only found out after bumping into it and blowing a fuse. I���ve had to fix; doors that don���t close properly; a squeaking, new bathroom floor that caused the new grout to pop out, (an easy, easy fix, that he said would be impossible without removing the basement ceiling - essentially meaning he just didn���t want to do it); and holes in the drywall. All of this comes down to him rushing a job because he didn���t budget enough time for it. Chris will talk a good game about honesty, integrity, and trustworthiness. He talked at length about how the last contractor ripped me off. This is ironic, considering that Chris not only ripped me off, but also stole from me. I guess you could say he ripped me off in an honest way, because his ripoff was just so obvious, and��� stupid. STUPID pretty much sums up this whole fiasco and my impression of him. If you end up using Chris, you better be doing some generic, cookie-cutter construction, because if you aren���t, he will argue with you every step of the way about how your ideas won���t work (when clearly they will - it���s construction, not rocket science). He���ll try and change your mind into doing something he feels comfortable doing. This need to control the project makes him appear condescending, argumentative and uncreative - he does not think outside the box. So, if you have a simple, generic project, that does not require imagination, and you have nothing lying around for him to steal, then use him, he���ll give you a good price. But, if you have a project you actually care about, have put your own time and energy into planning, and if you have valuables lying around, you probably don���t want to risk it. And Chris, when you���re reading this, really think long and hard about how this review could have been entirely avoided if you���d been honest enough to return a phone call, email, text, or Facebook message. Once again, STUPID.
    - Matthew W.
  • A
    Clearview Sunrooms & Windows
    We had four windows replaced with lead mitigation procedures.  They did an excellent job and nearly got the job done in one day and only had to come back a second day to finish up a bit of caulking.
    - Bryan J.
  • A
    Waunakee Remodeling
    Everything went very smoothly. They took our design ideas and incorporated them fully. They were very thorough. The trim work and specific tasks were taken carefully. After the first winter they called back in the spring to make sure the portico had not been damaged by the winter weather.
    - Maelanie & Peter K.
  • C
    HAVER DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION INC
    It didn't go well, although it was not all Haver Design's fault. The architect was delayed until September in getting plans together, and in October Haver Design said they could build the porch and addition before winter and were in a rush to get going.  They said they could move the shed out of the way so that a new cement floor could be placed underneath.  In November they moved ahead with the architect to have the project split into two phases to speed up obtaining the permits while we worked on the rest of the details. They scheduled a start on the foundation before we had even gone over the plans with the architect or had even signed a contract with them or compared them with the two other contractors we were talking to, for that matter.
    Once they started (by then early December), the shed turned out to be too heavy for them to move as planned, and they ended up partially crushing it between a bobcat on one side and a heavy backhoe that they ran across our front yard leaving deep ruts and cracking our brick patio. While constructing the framing for the foundation they had to make several changes on the fly before the cement could be poured, because details had not been adequately discussed between us, the architect and them, and then the building inspector did not approve the changes.  When the cement was finally poured, a winter snowstorm blew in and buried the warming blankets stopping the project until spring. We finally got the contract after the fact and paid the bill after removing the items that they didn't get to. (In the spring after frequent requests to have the warming blankets removed, K&M, the subcontractor, finally removed the blankets and revealed an ugly muddied blanket pattern completely covering the cement patio and floors. They promised to fix it, but it hasn't happened yet.
    Also over the winter the concrete step down from the porch floor outside the back door filled with snow and water and leaked into the house. Haver came out and put a tent over the door which slowed down, but didn't stop, the water from coming in and soaking our carpet. In the meantime we worked with the architect to modify the plans to change the new screen porch to a 3-season porch to protect the back door in the future, and to swap out the old windows for new ones in the remodel on the second floor.  Haver, rightly so, wanted to revise the contract to reflect these changes. The revised contract seemed higher than we expected, and while we were in the process of trying to discuss these changes, Tom Haver would not answer our calls and emails and then abruptly told the architect that he could no longer finish the project because he had too many other "signed" projects already going... and then left us in the lurch to find somebody else who wasn't too busy to finish our project.  Needless to say it took months to get new contractors lined up, and the project is still not complete one year later, and the landscaping won't be done now until next spring.
    - JULIE P.
  • A
    Waunakee Remodeling
    The installers were knowledgeable and hard-workers.  They were careful in the installation process and did a good job of replacing all the old windows and wrapping the window frame (not sure that's the correct terminology).The new windows look great and have worked well for the year they have been on the house.  They did help reduce my electricity bills.
    - Teel H.
  • A
    Degnan Design-Build-Remodel of Madison
    They did a beautiful job and we liked them. Abe Degnan's design was a great help. He assisted us in identifying what it was that we really wanted. He gave us a good design that was really great and we have been using it for a couple of years. They just came out and gave us a price quote to put a new roof on the rest of the house. We have accepted their estimate and they are supposed to start the work later this month. We were so pleased with them that we decided to use them for this work.
    - Henry D.
  • A
    JG Development Inc
    There is not a negative in the entire process. Absolutely the best company I have ever seen in remodeling, design,and Interior decorating. Workers are professional, friendly, and concentrate on the perfection of detailing.
    I was doing this process as a single person. They made me feel confident and well taken care of.
    - Vicki Z.
  • A
    Champion Windows and Home Exteriors of Madison
    I must say the whole experience was very positive. Every person we dealt with, from the sales representative, Randy Hoege, the Division Manager, Chris Wagner, the installers, Steve and John and the office manager, Erica Larsen were warm, professional and very customer oriented. I waited a while before I submitted this report because I wanted to make sure the patio room didn't have any problems in the winter. The only problem we had was a little condensation but that was because we had our humidifier set too high. When I called them about this problem, they didn't hesitate to send someone over to check it out. We just love our new patio room!
    - Sharon K.
  • A
    Clearview Sunrooms & Windows
    unknown
    - Gail H.
  • A
    Kool View Co
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    - Jessica A.
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