Noble Construction in Fort Lauderdale, FL with Reviews -
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By: Theresa B.
Morrison Cobalt Jv
This company has been working on a construction project across the street from my house for a very long time. The workers blast their music in their cars at 645am and on their lunch breaks so loud that I can feel the bass vibrations from across the street. They leave their garbage, including glass bottles all over the place. They have even parked in front of my driveway on numerous occasions, blocking me from leaving or being able to park at my own home. Not sure who is running the show over there, but the lack of professionalism is disgusting.
By: Ron A.
Reliable Construction Group
We were referred to this company, Reliable Construction Group, by a close of friend of us. We fully remodeled a condo of ours in Pompano Beach, Florida. Our condo is on 8th floor, facing the water. Camilo, the company owner, and his crew performed an incredible job for us: there were on time, clean the condo at the end of each day, and deliver a superb job. We remodeled our two bathrooms, and we installed new kitchen with granite countertops.Key element in our project success was the ongoing communication between us and Reliable Construction Group team. Will certainly recommend Camilo and his employees at Reliable to all our friends and family.
By: Lorie C.
Reliable Construction Group
We have a good experience with this company. We performed a full house remodeling in east Fort Lauderdale, Florida. The project was difficult since we were preserving the original house integrity. They were patient while working with us throughout the entire process.We are very please with the results.Lorie C
By: Myn I.
Elite Construction Inc
FRAUD ALERT!! This company will steal your money and will do no work for you whatsoever!!! This is an honest review of our real life experience with Elite Construction.On October 2016, we signed a contract with Elite Construction for the renovations of a property in Fort Lauderdale. They collected a down payment for the amount of $7,125 to begin work. After a short period of time, it occurred to us that the contract signed at the time is no longer a contract covering the scope of work that is needed for this property. Moreover, the person we were dealing with by the name of Daniel Swinarski refused to do simple tasks asked of him as a General Contractor including submitting master plans into the city by a deadline provided to him 6 weeks prior.Ever since we've been trying to recover the down payment paid. Elite Construction has done NOTHING that will justify them keeping our money. As of now we have not heard from Dan for over 4 weeks. We've also contacted Ted Campus (one of the partners), who referred us to Peter Vittoratos (The president), advising that he is the only person who can assist us in this matter. Peter has declined all of our attempts to contact him.At this point we see this act as pure fraud and larceny. Elite Construction is keeping our money and showing no intention of returning it to us. We have reported them to the DBPR with hopes that their license (if it even exists) will be revoked to prevent this kind of criminal activity in the future.
By: Adrianna L.
Florida Home Improvements Associates
My husband and I have been looking to remodel our kitchen for a couple of months already, and just hadn't found the right company to meet our expectations. The team at Florida Home Improvement Associates have met and have go beyond our expectations. From our first sit down with the sales person, we knew that our patience was well worth the wait. As we've had months to research, we had a lot time to look into Florida Home Improvement Associates, from their quality of work, and pricing, so as far as being satisfied, my husband and I are very satisfied. We highly recommend Florida Home Improvement Associates for any home improvements. Thank you Joseph, you made it easy for us.
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By: jeff247
Tom Krips Construction
I made the mistake of calling Tom krips Construction. I sent them a complete set of architectural plans on a Monday 2 weeks ago and they told me they would get with me by Friday. No return phone call no return emails no communication whatsoever by Taylor krips. Tom krips construction basically wasted my time for 2 weeks and would not return any phone calls to just let me know if they we're interested in doing the job or not in the beginning they said they were. I called them on Friday and the whole company was shut down due to a family vacation and nobody could give me any information whatsoever. Thanks to Tom krips construction I lost approximately two weeks as they strung me along and would not return any calls or emails. Do yourself a favor and stay away from Tom krips Construction. I just thank God that there was no money changed hands and I had to deal with these people locked into a contract they probably would not even have honored. Consider yourself warned.
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By: John R.
Reliable Construction Group
Steer clear from them. They will do mediocre work, take 4 times longer than they should, fail countless inspections, and not complete the project. They "finished" over a year ago and I am still dealing with the City to finalize the permits because they have abandoned the project. Don't be fooled by Camilo, he is not as nice as he seems.
By: Alfonso P.
Taskmaster Construction Inc
TaskMaster Construction Inc's. incompetence and lack of supervision at our bathroom renovation. Two toilets were removed in order to install new floor tiles. Upon reinstallation of the two toilets TaskMaster’s never bolted the toilets to the flange below. TaskMaster merely adhered both toilets to the tile with gobs of silicone and left that task as completed. This installation is unacceptable practice and it was no mistake. Any third rate handyman knows that both bolts on each toilet requires attachment with bolts to the flange below in order to avoid movement of the fixture. This was one of many deliberate short cuts taken by TaskMaster. If I wouldn’t of caught this issue, the movement from sitting and/or moisture from the toilet flush would have eventually separated the toilets from the floor causing water damage to the newly installed tile floor and the ceiling below or even worse.
By: Elsie P.
Taskmaster Construction Inc
TaskMaster Construction Inc's. incompetence and lack of supervision at our bathroom renovation. Part of our bathroom renovation was to install a new stone shower floor. TaskMaster proceeded to subcontract the tile work including the stone shower floor. With TaskMaster full knowledge but unknown to me at the time, that same tile subcontractor intern subcontracted our work once again to another tile installer that had never worked with TaskMaster in the past. The results of shoddy workmanship, uneven surface and grout discoloration are evident in the photos attached. Instead of TaskMaster admitting of subpar workmanship by their subcontractors and agreeing to remove and replace the stone shower floor from the beginning TaskMaster took short cut remedies that they thought would improve the condition. Future TaskMaster client should be aware of our experience.
By: gary.kasparian.5
Glk Construction
Our mission is to provide our customers with A superior service that is cost effective, enhance property values and complete jobs on time. Our employees and business partners take pride in a shared commitment to excellence. Our highly collaborative approach means your personal projects or company objectives are our objectives. We provide our customers with up-to-date scheduling information and cost analysis so informed decisions can be made throughout the process. Our goal, through solid communication, trust and teamwork, is to reach our common vision, A project we can all be proud of.
Tips & Advices
If there is ever a dispute regarding payment over the course of the project, a contractor or subcontractor could place a payment claim, or lien, on your property. To avoid this, ask the contractor to sign a lien release, which is a legal agreement that states that any payment accepted is final. This can come in handy if a contractor has his or her own payment issues with their subcontractors. Signing a lien release form certifies that any payment made by a client to the contractor is enough to pay for any goods or services rendered.
Absolutely ask. Paying too much up front offers the homeowner minimal leverage if the quality of work does not meet expectations or contractual specifications. Try to establish a reasonable pay schedule, such as paying 10 percent of the total cost for each 10 percent of the work that is completed. Include this payment plan in the contract, as well.
Before any money changes hands, there should be a contract to sign. Make sure the specifics of the work and all costs are listed in the contract, including details. If you forget to have something included in the contract after signing it, there's rarely a chance of recourse.
Ask the contractor for proof of their certification before signing anything, as well as their proof of insurance. You should also check your homeowners insurance policy to see if they offer coverage for contracted work. You may want to call your insurance provider and ask for more details on what your plan will and won't cover.
Yes. Plans for how the work site will be cleaned at the end of each day as well as at the conclusion of work need to be put in writing. An experienced general contractor should make every effort to keep the workspace clean and prevent dirtying or damaging any other area. Even so, talk with the contractor about the daily schedule, the logistics of transporting workers and equipment, and how cleanup will be handled.

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