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Recent Garage & Driveway Reviews in Frankford

  • A
    Mountain strong landscape
    Keegan did an outstanding job. We didn’t know exactly what we wanted done but he sat down with us and gave us several options. He started the next day and was finished in just a few days in incredible heat. It was a work of art. He was dedicated, thoughtful and was willing to do anything to do whatever I asked of him. He is even willing to come back and put some lighting on my driveway wall although the work has been completed. The wall looks absolutely outstanding and I couldn’t be happier with his work. After living in WV for the past 21 years I finally found someone who can do the job right the first time. Not only do I recommend him but you’d be crazy to hire anyone else.
    - Bruce B.
  • A
    Straight Line Builders
    Straight Line Builders did a great job and got the job done quickly. I would hire again and reccomend.
    - Gina W.
  • F
    Nes Unlimited Inc.
    TERRIBLE!! Abandoned the build after giving him between $160,000 and $180,000. Did not pay subcontractors. Hired an unlicensed person to brick the house, who also abandoned the build after taking $8,000. Refused to release us from the contract. Continued to send subs and ordered us to pay them directly. The list goes on in our instance. Check out Virginia DPOR, insert this company, and review complaints. This was after an investigation. Also listed as President of Craftbuilt, Inc. in Adams County, Pennsylvania. Do your own research and reach your own conclusion.
    - Patty M.
  • A
    Alford Home Solutions Inc
    The actual service was awesome and the guys doing the work were courteous and amazing! We are definitely going to recommend them to our neighbors who are experiencing the same settling issues with their concrete. We did, however, have a rough go at scheduling and communication from the office could be improved. The work was originally scheduled for a Tuesday but the prior job ran over. That first week communication was great but then we didn’t hear anything for 7 days and had to call them to figure out when the work was being rescheduled for.
    - Krista H.
  • A
    White's Repair and Remodel
    When they showed up to do the work , his crew and himself stayed on point and focused on what they were doing until the job was completed. They remained professional the whole time that they were on my property.
    - Kayla M.
  • A
    Basement Systems of West Virginia
    The workers were very professional and sincere. They finished the work on time and were very easy to work with.
    - Barbara B.
  • A
    Basement Systems of West Virginia
    I was thoroughly impressed with these guys.  I called Basement Systems of WV because they give free estimates.  So I figured I would let them figure out why I was getting water in the basement, instead of guessing at a couple of remedies myself that may or may not work.  They sent a packet with a lot of information regarding wet basements, solutions, and an introductory letter that included a picture of the engineer they would be sending to the house.   Getting the appointment took a little bit of time, I think it took about 6 weeks from when I called to get the appointment with the the engineer.  The engineer arrived and did a pretty good job of assessing the situation and coming up with a solution.    He wrote me an estimate, discussed financing options, and presented me with a written estimate for the work to be accomplished. After looking at other options, I decided to go with Basement Systems.  I called  and scheduled the work, again, it was about a month before they could begin the work.  The day they arrived the technicians were very professional.  They hung a lot of plastic curtains to try to reduce the amount of concrete dust that was going to ensue.  They got to work rapidly, I honestly can say that I have never seen two men work so hard for so long.  I thought they would have to tear out a whole section of slate tile to get to where they needed to demo, but one of them got a saw, cut the area, and removed only what he needed without damaging any of the other tile.  Impressive!  They worked hard and explained to me what they were doing as they went along.  When they were done (it took all day), they cleaned up and explained how everything worked.   The next week, as scheduled, I had another crew in to re-install the walls with metal studs and a concrete type sheetrock.  They explained that if water got behind the walls this would not allow mold or mildew to grow and the drain systems, installed the week before, would remove any water to the newly installed sump pump.  (Which is very nice,  not some open hole in the ground, rather, an enclosed pumping system, and it double as a new drain in the garage)  These guys were done in a few hours, again, very professional and informative. I think these guys are top shelf.  You have to wait a bit to get them to your home, and get them started, but I think this is because of the volume of work they have to do.  I also think they are a little pricey, but I am a believer in you pay for what you get, and when you are talking about a major investment, such as your home, pay the little extra and have the job done right.   Also the lifetime warranty is a plus.
    - MIchael S.
  • A
    Crew arrived ahead of scheduled time, went right to work preparing my gravel driveway which had suffered a lot over the course of the winter, both by run off and bad snow plowing.  Got it  dead level again, and with proper slope. A few hours later I had a perfect driveway, done with an attention to detail I can appreciate.  Not to mention that they're a great group to have at your house for a few hours.
    - Stephen A.
  • A
    JSR Handyman Service
    I called them they came immediately. They were nice. They were great. They also brought some firewood. I would highly recommend them.
    - Catherine B.
  • A
    Osborn Services
    Short Version: I consider the project on-time and on-budget, and all work was excellently performed.  I expect to hire Osborn Services for my next project.  Due to an error on my part, we completed the work 2 days late and it cost an extra $4,000.  Long Version Background:  I am not the original owner of this property; therefore, I had to make some guesses about work that was done when our place was built.  I have a 30x30 out-building that is a concrete pad, 4 walls, and a roof.  There is no heat/AC, but there is already electric service.  Incoming water and outgoing sewer lines were laid in the concrete floor when the out-building was constructed.  The project was to create a space within the building where I can have a small space for a modeler's workbench and a larger space where I can build a model railroad.  Also, the project would install a commode and a slop sink. The Planning:  Osborn Services was recommended by another (local) contractor who was already overbooked.  Mr Osborn came to my home, and we discussed the work I wanted done.  I gave him a 2 page list of what I wanted to do.  I called the list my Givens and Druthers.  The list was grouped for the Shed, Train Room, and Bathroom.  The next day, I received an e-mail with a list of work and estimates for the work; the e-mail asked for my agreement/approval of the work.  I responded with a 'go ahead', and Mr Osborn sent me a formal estimate and contract, which included beginning and ending dates for the project.  The Work:  Mr Osborn was on-site with his crew as scheduled.  They worked well together and obviously knew their jobs.  The crew was focused on their tasks and there was no goofing off.  They kept their work space neat and organized.  They cleaned up after themselves on a daily basis and always left my property straight and neat.  Mr Osborn was on-site almost every day, and frequently all day.  His management style is to work only 1 active project at a time.  So the only times he was not on my site were when he needed to run an errand for my project or meet a potential customer about future work.  I estimate that he was working for me 80% of the time; his crew's effort was 100% on my project. The Problem:  The incoming water line to the out-building presented unforeseen problems.  The lines were not capped in the out-building; therefore, we knew they were not connected to the water lines in our house.  I assumed that there was an unconnected line in the crawlspace under our house; and I planned to finish that connection.  Although Mr Osborn found unconnected lines in the crawlspace, he couldn't find one that went to the out-building.  In hindsight, we have decided that the original water line had been crushed and rendered unusable. The Solution:  The only choice we had was to dig a new trench and lay a new water line from the house to the out-building -- about 100 feet.  That added $4,000 to the price of the project and a couple of days to the schedule. Sub-Contractors:  Mr Osborn used only 2 sub-contractors, and both earned A+ ratings.  He used them for specific, focused tasks that required special expertise.  One sub was used to install a heat  pump (called a mini-split) to provide HVAC to the train room, because I didn't want the entire out-building heated/cooled.  He also used a sub to lay the water line from the house to the out-building.  Part of his reasoning was that there were special risks since the trench would expose the primary electric/telephone cables into the house and professional excavators could handle those risks more easily.  Bottom Line:  I have no reservations about hiring Osborn Services and/or his two sub-contractors again. P.S.  When I previewed this review, it was categorized as Flooring.  Although Mr Osborn installed some flooring as part of the project, I would categorize the project as General Construction.
    - Andy A.
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