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  • 1.Griffin Dewatering Corp

    7810 Professional Pl

    Tampa,FL

    8.22 mi

  • 2.Griffin Dewatering Corp

    509 S Falkenburg Rd

    Tampa,FL

    7.61 mi

  • 3.Dacey Dewatering Corp

    11129 Corlett Rd

    Riverview,FL

    10.48 mi

  • 4.Dacey Dewatering Corp

    809 E Bloomingdale Ave Ste 249

    Brandon,FL

    12.21 mi

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10/09/2017
By: Mario R.
Lugos Painting and Remodeling
He was on time to get his down payment.Had to get the police involved, highly suspect. Not even his real address.Had to get another company,
10/09/2017
By: Mario R.
Lugos Painting and Remodeling
Fortunately we didn't end up using this guy.We should have known, who runs a real business from a PO Box.Calls were always initiated by us, foul mouthed and never did anything he said he would do.
03/12/2017
By: Jon F.
Skyline Construction & Home Improvement Services
Rick the owner is the most professional contractor we have ever met. His presentation and knowledge makes you feel very comfortable. He gives you all.of his attention and is very patient. I have to admit we would call him at least twice a day. We were ordering materials we liked and it was a confusing process for me and my wife. Rick and his team were there for us every step of the way. They even used heavy duty floor paper and blue taped everything so our floors wouldn't be disturbed. He and his crew even cleaned up every nook and cranny when the remodeling was completed. Impeccable service from start to finish. Rick was right when he said I'm not your average contractor. If your serious I will be here in the am. He was from beginning to end. We did not have to wait for him to return a week or two later like some contractors. We have him on our speed dial! Thank you Rick to you and your crew. Thank you for that generous gift at the end. A nice gift card for me and my wife. If anyone needs a honest reliable contractor. Rick and his company are the way to go.
11/07/2016
By: Rob S.
All Area Roofing & Waterproofing, Inc.
They used inferior products. They incorrectly put the roof on (says two other professional roofing companies). They tried to charge me to come out and fix my roof that they incorrectly did. They also kept insisting that I was wrong and they were right about the leak; however, two other professional roofing companies said they put the roof on wrong. They hired day labor to put the roof on. I am pretty sure they hired illegals. Roof still leaks. Avoid.
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04/01/2016
By: Joey S.
Pinnacle Framing
Number is inactive. company may no longer be active. may want to check for your self. my comment is only this long because they made me write 100 characters
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08/05/2015
By: Mal K.
Hardin Construction Co
THIS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY BUILT THE WORST BUILT BUILDING I HAVE EVER LIVED IN (GRAND CENTRAL AT KENNEDY 1208 E. KENNEDY TAMPA 33602, ALSO 1120--SAME SET) AND I'VE LIVED ALL OVER THE WORLD); THIS CONSTRUCTION COMPANY WILL RIP YOU OFF OVER AND OVER AGAIN UNTIL YOU LEARN TO STOP DOING BUSINESS WITH THEM. HERE IS MY EXPERIENCE WITH ONE OF THE PROPERTIES THEY BUILT. PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THE FLOOR ISSUE. IT WAS A HARDIN CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTOR WHO RUINED OUR FLOORS AND OUR PAINT JOB AND LOST US OVER $10,000 BECAUSE THEY WERE TOO CHEAP TO BUILD WELL AND USE GOOD EQUIPMENT AND TOO CHEAP AND DISHONEST TO FIX THE PROBLEM PROPERLY WHEN THE ISSUE IS THEIR FAULT! I DON'T KNOW HOW THESE PEOPLE SLEEP AT NIGHT.Sure it looks nice but since we moved to a new unit in 2007, right when it was built, both toilets, the a/c, three light switches, and the kitchen cabinet hinges (at least 5 of them) and the kitchen faucet have broken and needed replacement. Because we own our unit, the management does not include these costs in our monthly fees so we incurred an enormous amount for the repairs. The plumber had to replace one toilet already because the first one the builders installed (Hardin Construction) was defective, and now it's broken again, as well as the other one! Also the windows leak and they repaired them supposedly, but they are leaking again. They ruined our hardwood floors and when they tried to fix them (TWICE!!) the workmen gouged holes in the floor and left varnish handprints on our walls. We contacted management and their insurance paid us half the price we actually paid for the floors in the first place. The adjuster was even appalled! The management is unhelpful and rude. Today at 8am workmen woke me up drilling cement on the pool roof over my head! The management will make rules for what tenants can't do but will NEVER inform you of what THEY ARE DOING which can affect your life in a myriad of miserable ways. The fees are ridiculous for any services; the recycling sucks; and the management are liars and cheats! STAY AWAY!!!!! (Green Acres Property Management and Hardin Construction--NEVER deal with these companies if you don't want to lose your hard-earned money.I WISH I COULD GIVE MINUS STARS OR AT LEAST A ZERO BECAUSE HATED IT IS NOT STRONG ENOUGH FOR THE UNETHICAL PRACTICES OF THIS COMPANY.
07/25/2015
By: Virginia P.
Precision Building Components
We hired this company to do a bathroom remodel. The contractor did not pull a permit or use a licensed plumber. The unqualified person doing the plumbing work failed to do so properly, resulting in a major flood in our condo. Our condo sustained significant damage. Water also went through the walls and flooded the condo next door. The five-year-old boy next door slipped and fell in the water, hitting his head on the tile floor. There was also property damage in the adjoining condo. The contractor filed a claim with his liability insurance company. The claim report detailed what work was to be done. The majority of our walls were torn out about 12" up from the floor. Much of the work included in the insurance claim report was not done. Our condo sustained more damage by the contractor's employees during flood damage repair. The contractor's insurance company has accepted liability for that, too. The insurance company paid out before the job was complete, and the contractor took the insurance money but did not finish the work. The work from our original bathroom contract and its change orders was not finished, either. January 23, 2015 was the last time any workers showed up at our condo.Most notable are the following: 1. The insurance company paid the contractor to repair our walls from floor to ceiling. He only repaired the 12" up and did so quite poorly. 2. One of the contractor's employees broke our floor tiles in four different places in three different rooms. The contractor refused to replace the floors or file an insurance claim for it. The insurance company has accepted liability for the floors. 3. Many of the newly installed bathroom tiles are broken, cracked, and not flush to the wall. The grout is cracking throughout.We are currently in settlement negotiations with the insurance company. Not all work was done, and the work that was done is of such poor quality that the insurance company will cover the cost of tearing it all out and doing it again. The estimate for all of this is roughly eight times the amount of the original contract. Our condo will need to be emptied and our possessions stored for 6 - 8 weeks during this second round of repairs. We will also have to find someplace else to live during that time. Hillsborough County has cited the contractor with the following: 1. Failure to obtain the required permits (contractor appealed but citation upheld) 2. Aiding or abetting any uncertified or unregistered person (contractor appealed but citation upheld) 3. Gross negligence 4. Misconduct in the practice of contracting. The Florida Construction Industry Board will be notified of these citations by the county, and the matter is currently under review by the Florida Department of State, Office of General Counsel. Currently, our condo remains in a state of disrepair.
10/31/2012
By: phil_gerardi
Gerardi Construction Inc
Property Owners & Sub-Contractors BEWARE!! Geradi Construction will lie & manipulate you. They do NOT PAY their Sub-Contractors. You've been warned.
10/31/2012
By: phil_gerardi
Gerardi Construction
Property Owners & Sub-Contractors BEWARE!! Gerardi Construction will lie & manipulate you. They do NOT PAY their sub-contactors either. You've been warned!
06/10/2011
By: suebutler
MC Construction Resource Group
Do not due business with this contractor, they do not pay their sub-contractors. The door to their office is Locked, No one returns phone messages
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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