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  • 1.AST Construction-Remodeling

    133 June Ln


    17.96 mi

    BBB Rating: A+

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By: Jasmine S.
The Bowa Group, Inc.
This company worked with us on a hospital project and they staff they provided really did a great job.
By: Mike W.
Steven D. Gertler & Associates, Ltd.
This guy yells at everyone who works here and lost a big client because he didn't handle anything right. In doing so, they essentially had to give up the business and I think they got kicked out of the office because he wasn't paying his bills. Not a group I'd consider. Find a respected group that doesn't have a faltering business.
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By: I.m. F.
Aj Remodeling
Unsatisfied and over priced compared to the market address is not such business was found in this address
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By: Gaby F.
MWB Construction Inc
The so called contractor Willie James Bryant talks a real good game and pretends he knows what he is talking about. We contracted this man back in 2015. He was to turn our attic to a master bedroom. What should of been a 3 week project turned into a year and some months. He abandoned the project and took our money. We had to practically stalk him for months. He is not professional, and the work is garbage. He makes it seem like he is a Godly man and honest when in fact it is all a front. It has been a nightmare and we have yet to hire someone else to correct the garbage of work he did. He has gotten removed from Home Advisor due to the complaints he has had. PLEASE SAVE YOURSELF THE HEADACHE AND MONEY AND DO NOT HIRE THIS IMPOSTER.
By: Tag Z.
Beton Construction
run by couple of women who dabble in numerous industries, difficult to work with because they are all over the place, never giving anything the attention it deserves. lots of private messes interfering with business matters. you will have problems and no one will address them! this in turn makes you look bad to all your clients who are looking for answers and results
By: dawndavidson2556
Patriot Construction Group, Inc
We wanted to be sure we were going to get great quality work so we looked at their previous projects, and it all checked out. They were very helpful, and they weren't interested in our money and prices but they were concerned on getting the job done in a timely manner. Not many businesses are like that today. I recommend these guys and if I need to I won't think twice about hiring them again.
By: brandygenesis
Patriot Construction Group, Inc
Everything about these guys are profession. The owner has outstanding communication and we are satisfied with the work. He even compared prices and quality of other companies and nothing compared. I recommend!
By: rickmaynard312
Patriot Construction Group, Inc
They were real professionals and they did a great job on my house! The clean up was also up to my standards, definitely recommend.
By: matthewj
Steven D. Gertler & Associates, Ltd.
This company is also a collection company and they are very rule and mean. They have called me telling me they are going to put me in jail for not paying my bills. They also refused payments that I have tried to make.
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In the warmer months you want to water three to five times a week. In cooler months, two to three times a week should be plenty. The goal is to get ¾ of an inch to 1 inch of water delivered each time. A good rule of thumb is a little more in summer, a little less in winter. If you live in a rainy area, you might not need to manually water at all in the winter.
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