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By: Judi F.
Cornerstone Roofing & Gutter
Woman who answers the phone is so nasty! I asked to speak to the owner and she retorted, "he would not be interested" and slammed the phone down in my ear. I will be calling around for another roofing company and would suggest that you do the same.
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By: Anthony L.
By George Construction & Roofing
Mr West is a thief. Dont pay in advance, dont pay upfront, dont listen to his million and one reasons why he needs more money or about his never ending family emergencies or excuses. I have invoices for over $12,000.00 in materials that Mr West was to deliver to me before he VANISHED. 6 weeks after he was in breech of contract and he was no where to be found I gave up and fired him. I will never see my money but you can still save yours! He never pulled any permits and the little work his team did manage to complete needs to be redone. All total Mr West defrauded me of over $25,000.00 His painters were okay, they did complete some projects well enough but he just subcontracts that out
By: Jose A.
G & G Roofing
Did bad work. Roof started leaking in less than a year. When you call no one answers. All you get our messages that the message service is full. Do not use this company.
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By: Kate P.
Diamondback Fence Co.
I was impressed the gal came out, on a Thursday, to measure to get me an estimate to replace my fence because it was snowing and cold. She took my email address down and told me I would receive the estimate either the next day or the following Monday. I waited until Tuesday and gave them a call. The same gal that did the measuring answered the phone and I was told she would email the estimate "this evening". I still have not received the estimate. Don't say you're going to do something and then don't follow through especially when you own a business.
By: Evan W.
Construction Pro's
My landlord uses them, I found Barbara Martinez is unprofessional and abusive. the crew are not professional either. I was not able to find a license with the city or state
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By: Crystal F.
Bordner Installation Group
Please be advised...WORST COMPANY EVER!!! My husband and I were at a Gun Show and they were there. We signed up for a drawing and won a $1500 gift toward a bathroom. At the time we were looking to remodel our Master, so we thought cool! Bordner consultants came over to our house, looked at our Master, said it was too big and couldn't help us. We didn't want to lose the $1500 so we had them look at our Jack & Jill, which they said they could help us with. So they sat down with us and "sold" us on remodeling a bathroom (that we really didn't need to). They sold us on having the best rated customer service. They also sold us on installing in 3 days. Well, they came, they started and 3 months later...THEY STILL HAVEN'T FINISHED!! They had a part that was ordered wrong and had to re-order it. I called them the next week, it still hadn't come in. The following week, expecting it to be them calling to schedule to finish, it was a lady from customer service calling to check on how we were liking our new bathroom???!?! When my husband told her it wasn't finished yet she was shocked and said she would get back to us. I have tried calling. They called and left a message, my husband called back and that was now a month ago!!!! We have received an invoice of our remaining balance...but no finished bathroom...NOTHING!!! Oh and we just found out, that the bath they installed was not installed correctly and caused leaking into our garage which now has damage and now have additional costs!!! So Needless to say...they literally could CARE LESS about their customers, it's not about making the customer happy and satisfied, obviously!...it's all about $$$$. It's BULL$h!t!!!
By: Pat B.
Elite Military Construction
I hired him to remodel my kitchen to a more open floor plan and paid him a deposit of more than $3000 November 4. The work was to start December 28. After calling him repeatedly and emailing him, I had not been able to communicate with him, nor has he done any work. In effect, he has stolen my money. I found out later he isn't a licensed contractor, although Home Advisor said he was.
By: Jj L.
Lasting Impressions Repair & Remodel
Just wanted you to know that we are being forced to sue the remodeling contractor Lasting Impressions Remodeling.We thought we found a good contractor as these guys were recommended in the Nextdoor app but after we gave them the down payment and material payments, they started to change their tune on what was covered and we were not comfortable starting the project.We tried to resolve things amicably with the proprietors, Jarrod Holden and Crystal Emery, and we had an agreement (verbal and written) with them that they would give us a full refund of our money. But, now several months later they are refusing to honor the written agreement and will not communicate at all with us. We are now having to sue them.We just want to make sure this does not happen to anyone else. We would not recommend this company. Please be very careful.
By: Cheryl S.
PCI Construction Services
We had excellent service. John Barbour stayed in contact with us to not only update the dates but follow up.
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By: Melissa L.
Rocky Mountain Restoration and Construction
I had a difficult homebuild. Lance and his crew made it look easy and he got my beautiful home done in a timely manner. I was hundreds of miles away during the project and Lance kept me involved and updated. I highly recommend them.
Tips & Advices
Homeowners should work with a fencing contractor who is certified by or a member of one or more trade organizations, including American Fence Association or the North American Fence Contractors Association.
If a contractor requires an immediate decision, asks you to pay cash or doesn't provide an estimate.
  • Ask for portfolio examples
  • What's their reputation?
  • Is the work guaranteed?
  • Is there a warranty?
With exposure to the sun and the elements, wood fences are prone to cracking, warping and cupping. homeowners are encouraged to clean, seal and stain their fence at least every three years. Clean the fence with a specially formulated cleaner. After 15 to 20 minutes, use a pressure washer to remove any mold, mildew and debris from the fence. Then seal and stain the fence to protect it. An oil stain is recommended, as it penetrates the material and can maintain its condition for years.
Homeowners may use soap and water to clean off these materials, but they generally don't require much more than that. These options can be good for those that want a sturdy but low-touch fence.

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