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07/03/2017
By: Teddie H.
Blount Bros Construction Inc
This business had a driver that hit and run my daughter. After telling me to get estimates and they would repair her car,decided they did not care about her and refused to honor their promise.I would not do any business with this company. They definitely have no integrity .I now have to handle this through my insurance company and pay a deductible. This is so wrong. Makes me wonder how the owner treats his own family,if he has one
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08/30/2016
By: John L.
Helping Hand Handyman
Get a contract ! I repeat get a contract ! Your gona get the I can save ya money by cash ant worth it one example your bathrooms be done by Friday leave one toilet out over night they left 2 toilets out for 8 days I had to put in myself after to days of being out due to the stink supposed to get new doors brought wrong doors hand a set in his shop put in I finally said I'll just keep just get done wanted half money up front DONT DO wanted to start other projects before finish one they make horrible mess and won't clean up there is no supervision over his employees really nice guy when trying to get work they just showed up no phone call nothing on a Saturday after 8 days of toilets being out said here to install I sent them home said they were waiting on me to call ? I've done paid ya gota call and ask for you to complete job naw where I come from a man's word is his word here pic of how my house was left and I'm finishing myself should have took more pic of all the mess I cleaned
08/02/2016
By: Carl T.
Ace Deck
They will come out give the price set the date to build and never show up or call just a little one horse company that don't really know what they are doing Be sure to check reviews before you hire someone to build for you (beware) of ace deck builders one star means the worst 5 star means the best they should have no stars also beware of sunset decks !!!
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03/02/2016
By: Trai B.
Simond Janitorial Service
Awesome. I will used t have enough forever. Friendly and courteous service. Very detailed when it comes to cleaning.
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07/31/2015
By: Chris R.
Helping Hand Handyman
The contractor did not oversee the help and left material in the yard after a driveway pour, to include rocks in the yard which were previously not there.I had to call them to get the materials moved and a month later, still rocks in my yard.
02/02/2015
By: Virginia W.
Yeshua Foundation Ent Inc
Very honest indvidual, very dependable, and affordable!!!!
10/28/2014
By: Hewitt L.
Twin Eagle Janitorial Service & Supply Co LLC
I-will give this company an A1 rating
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