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  • 1.GMS Construction Inc

    1711 Zeller St

    San Diego,CA

    6.08 mi

  • 2.Gms Construction

    8340 Vickers St Ste H

    San Diego,CA

    7.78 mi

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By: Debby H.
RJ Brown General & Elecrical
Randy does top quality work and is in high demand. He stays true to his estimates and completes his work on time. He has done big jobs for me like painting the interior and exterior of my home and he has come to my home as an emergency to reattach my gas oven with a new line after SDG&E capped it due to a leak. He has worked for me numerous times over the past 18 to 20 years. He built my gates, insulated and drywalled my garage... The list goes on. I highly recommend him. Debby San Diego 10/30/17
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By: Molly W.
Serviz San Diego
Do not use Serviz! It is a scam! They constantly don't keep to the scheduled appointment. I scheduled a Saturday carpet cleaning and they gave me a 2 hour window from 11-1pm. I received 2 texts and an email confirming my appointment. At 11:30 they called to tell me no techs were available. We rescheduled for 2-4pm the same day. I had to call in at 4pm because I hadn't heard from the dispatcher. Once again, no techs available, even though I had made my appointment 3 days prior. My cleaning was time sensitive and I will now have to pay my landlord $300 because I wasn't able to get the carpets cleaned before the end of the lease. When I informed the customer service rep of this she stated that they don't give discounts to help make up for this. Don't use Serviz!
By: Angie A.
Barnhart-Reese Construction Inc
Was cut off on the freeway by one of their drivers, watched him do the same to others and the left the freeway at Alpine. Was speeding when traffic allowed. Not a good way of driving when you have a company name on your truck. This happened today, Feb 22, around 3:30 pm. First digit of license plate was 8.
By: Cindy P.
Distinctive Home Improvements
I've referred my friends and co-workers to Jeff with Distinctive for their window replacements. They have all been 100% satisfied. Jeff is a true professional and a pleasure to work with.
By: Maggie R.
California Constructors
California Constructors takes pride in their work and always delivers quality to the Owner. The staff values and respects the Subcontractors.
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By: Donna S.
Cristian M Haener Contracting
Haener Contracting did a full remodel of our home and did an absolutely beautiful job. Almost a year later, we're still astounded by the quality of the work that was done. We were told to do a "punch list" after the remodel, which was only a few small details that needed to be completed to our expectations. Haener Contracting and their staff were very pleasant to work with and treated us like family. We were very comfortable throughout the entire process. We would recommend Haener Contracting to anyone looking for professional quality work. We will call on Haener Contracting for any of our future work.
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By: Bob S.
Robert M Cimo General Contr
Robert Cimo is a con man and he stole over $20K from us. We hired him to do a house remodel in Cardiff, Ca. He said he would get the permit. We paid him for the architectural and engineering work, then he came back after a few months and asked for more money. We found out months later that he had pocketed most of the money and for most of the 11 months that he said our plans were being submitted over and over again, we had no architect and the plans were never finished. He just kept resubmitting them to make us think there was progress. We also paid him $6900 for a shed he never finished. We spent well over a year trying to get him to do that work we had paid for in full and he just would not. We filed a complaint with the state and he promised to finish the shed if we let the other money go, but we could never get him to finish it so we have given up. We are elderly and the stress of this bad dishonest contractor has ruined our lives now for nearly two years. This man is very charming and we made the mistake of trusting him with our money. If a thief breaks into your home and steals $20K, he will be arrested and the government will try him. When a contractor steals your money it is considered a civil matter and the process through the contractor's board is lengthy and laborious, and this guy only had a bond of $8K, so we gave up because it was eating up what we have left of our lives. We just hope posting reviews helps other vulnerable elderly people not be ripped off by this con man.
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By: Zach L.
Ics Pacific Builders
This company (Ed and Andrea) have been a NIGHTMARE to work for! We were contracted by Ed in March to do some new improvements one of their "clients" in Santa Ana. I drove up to meet Ed on site to see what they all needed. I showed up and met with Ed. Seemed like a very nice gentlemen. After sending him a quote I received a call from Ed stating that he bid the job wrong and was not making any money off the job if I could take my price down at all to help him out. I happily told him I will take $400.00 off the labor given its a 4 hour round-trip for us. He was pleased. We scheduled the job and went up with a crew to make all stalls ADA compliant, install galvanized poles, parking bumpers, fire lanes and installed "cold patch" asphalt after jack hammering out two 4' sections of speed bumps as stated on the quote. We needed water and all the hose bibs had locks on them so we ask management to remove the locks. They did so, and when we left that night the locks ($12.00 HomeDepot) were missing. The next day we returned onsite to finish the job before we departed we tried to go into the "management office" to see if by chance they had the lock, but the office was closed, just as the night prior when we went to see if they had it. We did the job, took beautiful pictures and departed back to San Diego. About the time we were arriving back on the yard, I received a phone call from Matt (a rep from ICS) telling us we needed to drive back up and get a hose lock....) I explained to him that we were in San Diego and Friday traffic would take us at least 6 hours for a $12.00 lock, he didn't see the problem......after telling him that we would not be returning, but would be happy to pay double for a hose lock he reluctantly hung up (all in all a nice man). I knew there would be problems after that......I could write more but this site limits my essay. all in all.....Ed and Andrea Fernandez owes us over $6k it was more then that, but since they didnt like our asphalt work, Andrea is making me pay for a $1250 job from another company....if that makes sense to you. BEWARE of these two.....
By: Amy B.
Europe Construction
We hired Europe Construction to remodel our kitchen. Sergy and his team were professional and did what they said they would do in the timeframe they said would do it in. After using different contractors a handful of times, we had lost our hope that anyone would actually deliver but Europe Construction turned us around and re-instilled hope that there are great contractors out there. And they are certainly one of them! I would highly recommend them.
By: Barbie G.
Recht G A Construction
I am excited to write this review about Recht G A Construction. Let me start by saying Gary is my cousin, but I felt like this review is defnitely warrented. Gary is awesome, great follow through. Excellent work, truly he's a dream if u know any one that ever needs a contractor he's the one to call. When Gary came out to my house he strategized on how to design our tiny crummy kitchen, making it bigger and making the space more user friendly for our family, taling about colors, and flooring, and granite. We had agreed on a price which he stayed with in. His guys were so nice they would not only show up, but they were considerate about the noise, since I work from home sometimes, and my neighbors have small sleeping babies. They showed up when they said they would, and cleaned up everything. Our kitchen looks absolutely incredible, the special touches that shows you not only does Gary really care about the quality of the job, but you can see his heart was in the work. We are considering selling our house and having a newly remodeling kitchen is very attractive to the new buyers, but man, we don't think we want to leave now, not sure about that. I have seen other work that Recht G A Construction has done and it's always really good. I feel very blessed to have an amazing contractor in the family, someone as talented and creative. Seeing our kitchen before it was awful, and it gives me great pleasure to brag, and write this review. I would never use another contractor for a project like this. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you.
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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