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By: M H.
Craftsmen Concrete
Definitely NOT recommended! Beware of:- cheap bids with too short time estimates - to make the sale. - extremely brief contract detail with no mention of completion time & only the briefest of detail of what was verbally agreed to (to minimize lawsuits).- lies about a nonexistent warranty-.dont pay until ALL work is doneJim Mullen at first comes off very nice, competent & willing to please. As time wears on that quickly disapates - along with him or any temp workers he hires to do the actual labor. Over time they come & stay less, thus the week estimate remains incomplete 3+ months later after a slew of excuses, broken promises, hang-up & unanswered phone calls & emails (for me & the BBB). Ditto for warranty issues.His workers used my tools - without even asking in most instances & ruined some. I did all the plumbing & electrition he said he'd hire to keep things going - without compensation. His workers wrecked my furnace fuel line - but wouldn't fix it or reimburse me
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By: Cindy L.
C J Investments
Beware owner does not stand behind work . He is seems like a great honest man but he will not return calls and will keep telling you he is coming back to fix his work but he never shows up. He will not be the same guy if you have a problem, Buyer beware!
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