This company hires lazy subcontractors from other states. Bottom-of-the-barrel types. I'm guessing that's why you see so many F reviews, that contrast with A reviews which are probably jobs that were not subcontracted. In 1994, we paid these knuckle-dragging idiots $36,000 to build a 3-car garage. The crew they hired was a bunch of carnival sideshows from Florida, who were messy, lazy slobs that I wouldn't trust to build a tree house. All during construction, they just threw their trash into the crevice between the dirt and the new cinder block wall. And I'm not sure they knew anything about how the ground in Minnesota freezes. Unfortunately, I was only a kid and didn't hold any authority to change anything, and my old man was too rich and lazy to do anything about it. My neighbor (who built his own garage the year before, which to this day has not a single crack anywhere) watched in terror as they pieced this pile of garbage together. The floating slab they poured needed to be about twice as deep for the amount of cinder block that was going to be on it (5 blocks high, 3 stalls wide). I'm sure they didn't tamp the ground enough, as another reviewer pointed out, because within 2 months the foundation began to crack across the back 1/3 of the slab. The cinder block walls had 1/2 inch cracks in several locations within 3 months, which worsened every year. The garage door has had to be adjusted every couple of years because the entire structure continues to deform in ways I can't describe without pictures. Today, the cracks in the walls are so large that you can pass a screwdriver to your buddy outside. You can clearly see the neighbor mowing the lawn next door. In winter, when the ground freezes, the height difference between the back 1/3 of the slab and the front 2/3 is OVER AN INCH. The frames around the two-car garage door and the single garage door are bowing. The walls on the garage door side are pushing inward (which is why the doors need to be constantly adjusted). In addition to constant adjustment, both doors have had springs, chains and drives break. That's not supposed to happen. Needless to say, the concrete apron is cracked in several places as well. That's normal for a 25-year-old garage. But the apron cracked within the first 12 months. This garage is so awfully built that the apron is now higher than the foundation, and heavy rain or snow melt will flood the entire floor. I remember when we complained early on that there were cracks. They sent a one-man crew to put mortar in the cracked walls and called it good. When asked about the slab, he just replied that "it's Minnesota, and all garage floors crack." What a crock. Customer service = zero. Now that I'm 40, and will soon graduate with a bachelor's degree in mechanical engineering, I can say with 100% certainty that this company doesn't care about anything but getting your money. Don't buy from Sussel, unless you're filming the next great documentary of how not to build something. Plan about $50,000-$60,000 for your budget since that's about the cost to build this garage in today's money. Eff Sussel straight in their faces. Their buildings are excrement. Will upload pics as soon as garage is empty.