Tri Dal Excavation Ltd.
540 Commerce St, Southlake, TX, 76092
222 W Exchange Ave
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1301 Lawson Rd
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12850 Highway 287
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Capetillo Concrete & Excavating
Serving the Fort Worth area.
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I have had four run-ins with Services Unlimited in the last two months. They are contracted by AT&T to bury cable lines in my neighborhood. Every time they come out here I have had to call AT&T back out to run a new cable line because my internet and phone goes out. Most of their employees do not speak English, they never let me know when my internet will be down while they are burying the cable and they leave while my internet is still down. They are awful and I can't get AT&T to send another contractor out here, so this cycle just keeps happening.
I have been trying to build a house with riverside for 3 months. They don't communicate with us the customer. We can't talk to Paige the superintendent. Have to talk to the sales person Jim Steele. He doesn't text or email back for a week or never. The subcontractors install the materials and then have to rip things out because it is wrong, crooked and just don't care. They put our drain for the bathtub in the wall and for two months told them it is in the wall. So they installed the bathtub. They drink alcohol in our new house. They think the customer doesn't know what is going on but some customers been around construction all their lives. Don't use them.
Horrible company. Haven't talked to a single person who is actually nice. Extremely rude. I hate AT&T does business with these people. Plus they can't even do their job the correct way.
Car depotBought a truck. Kept having problems with motor. Told the owner and it was in and it of the shop. I finally gave the truck back and they had sold my note while it was in the shop and then bought it back from the sister company and that company put the entire note on my credit report. This is the sister company.
Absolute horrible company! They will not communicate with subcontractors regarding non-payment of contractual amounts due. We confirmed with the City and with the Architect that Mega did indeed receive payment for their contract with the City, but that they are not paying their subcontractors. Steer clear! by Alred Glass Co, Broken Arrow, OK.
Don't build, save your money. We were lied to from the start. Told we fell into someone's deal that backed out and couldn't change a thing. Appr was 13,000 low because they overvalued it. Had to eat it in my rate since I already put down all these deposits and earnest money they held over my head. First red flag was when we came to look at progress the house was framed with boards that had black mold. If I waited a day the sheet rock was going in the next day. Then throughout the whole build they were reading the wrong plans. When I tried to talk to the GC Misty instead of admitting it she made excuses and lied to us. Said they cut the granite for backsplashes install it and then the tile guys come and remove it to put the tile backsplash upgrade later . Stuff like that all along. Told me as long as my uneven walls, twisted frame boards , wavy ceiling, 1/2 sprayed fence, cracks in trim work, holes in grout, uneven cabinets, molding seams, foundation problems passed inspection it's
The people in the corporate office of Cheldan Homes cheated our business over $2K. We provided services to them and they gave us the runaround and refused to pay us for our services.
These guys did the best transformation from ugly and old to the most beautiful thing i had ever seen! Email them and you will be amazed!
This company call the fain group does Not pay their bills. If you are a subcontractor good luck.
Overall the lack of attention to detail, the length of time it took to (almost) complete, and the constant mis-scheduling and duplication / re-do of work already performed could sum up my experience. A smallish master bath project took five weeks to complete - well not actually completed per the contract and materials to be installed and finished but we finally arrived at a point where we could complete the remaining clean up and grout sealing in the shower area ourselves and just did not want them back anymore.