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  • Brands Contracting, LLC
    Jobs were completed in a timely manner and with great attention to detail. Very professional and will continue to use for future jobs. Thank you for quality and professionalism work over the years.
    john i.
  • Sonoran Vista Homes Inc
    The new shower is beautiful. Jim, Marco and Orlando were great. They demolished the old shower in 1 day, started rebuilding the shower the next day and were completed fairly quickly. They were also polite and very responsive concerning any rework or design changes that we asked for. I plan on calling on Sonoran Vista again for work on my other bathroom
    Oscar M.
  • Grey Colt Construction LLC
    Miguel and his crew were fantastic all around. They renovated our garage with drywall and insulation, installed a door, and fixed the garage door. It's like new! Miguel was very courteous and professional and kept me very up to date. The guys were very respectful working on our property and cleaned up everything as well. From top to bottom we had no bad experiences and I would highly recommend Grey Colt Construction to anyone else who would like to have a structure remodeled or something built. Thanks, Grey Colt
    Micah B.
  • Dell Mar Homes
    They did an absolutely perfect job. I love the builder. They paid attention to detail and it was a great experience. I would highly recommend them to anyone and I would definitely hire them again.
    Sean G.
  • Grey Colt Construction LLC
    This could not have gone better. Their work is very affordable, lower than other estimates. The quality of work is quite high. Importantly, the workers were friendly, polite, timely, cleaned up after themselves, and were never a bother. I highly recommend this company across the board.
    Lawrence M.
    Fairway Homes West/ Reality Homes (Fairway Homes West is a subsidiary of Realty Homes based in Washington state. Fairway Homes West is located in Arizona. We are in Arizona. Only the salesman and a build supervisor are in Arizona, which we quickly found out) We signed a contract with Fairway Homes West/ Reality Homes for a 1500 sq foot home to be built on our land. Fairway Homes West (FHW)/ Reality Homes(RH) is unique as they are not a turn-key home builder. They build from the concrete to the roof and all other items are considered “Owner Items”. This provides a level of complexity with getting a construction loan that was at no time explained to us by FHW at the time that we signed a contract and paid then a $5,000 deposit. During the process of getting the home loan we paid out of pocket for the deposit, which included re-engineering of the plans with our changes, the septic plan and permits, excavation of the home site and building the dirt pad, and the building permits. When we applied for the permits the county informed us that the footers on our plans were too shallow. FHW/RH then re-engineered the plans to account for the extended turndowns for the footers. This was done in October 2019. Then Covid hit and everything slowed down. We were finally closing on our loan in October 2020 when FHW/RH informed us of a price increase of around 12%. We approve the price increase. In January 2021, our bank called RH for final numbers for the loan and were provided with the same numbers and were told everything was on track for us to close. There was a slight delay with Title being behind. This is the only reason this all didn’t happen after closing. RH contacted us to tell us there would be an additional $20,000 increase and since we already closed on our loan, they will take personal payments from us. We tried contacting RH for an explanation. It took them 6 weeks to return our calls. Their explanation is that they did not account for the additional footers, which are on our re-engineered plans we received in Oct 2019, which we paid for permits for. When we explained we did not have an extra $20,000 sitting around they actually contacted our bank to see if they could have the funds allocated for “owner items” (Items we are responsible for paying for, that are part of the build). The bank said no. The one agreement we came to was that we could reallocate the full foundation and footers to an “owner item” and see if we could get a lower bid. They confirmed 3 times that if we did that, they would remove the amount they originally quoted for the foundation and that would move to an “Owner Item” just like the excavation was. They gave us 3 weeks to do this or they would cancel our contract. We did find a lower bid. When we asked for an addendum to be drafted they informed us that if we contracted our own licensed and bonded contractor for the foundation (as they told us to do) they would void all of our builder warranties. But if we let them hire the contractor and pay RH an additional $6,000+ then they would honor the warranties. When we said no their argument was “It’s only $6,000.” They stated we could keep the plans and have someone else build it, or they would return our $5,000 deposit if we returned the plans. We have already paid over $20,000 in permits and excavation that is attached to building this house. I want to be clear that our complaint is not due to the cost of materials increase, which we approved, or even in their lack of up front communication. Our complaint is that we have plans provided in October 2019, and a price updated in October of 2020 and they will not abide by that. At no point did we ask for anything more than was on the plans provided by FHW/RH for the agreed upon price. We made a complaint to the Attorney General and RH responded by threatening us, saying they will take legal action for US breaching the agreement by not paying them an additional $20,000 over the agreed upon price. There are other complains with similar issues to the ones we have had. [*** Link removed ***] [*** Link removed ***] [*** Link removed ***
    Melinda S.
  • Straw Dogs Construction Inc
    I have known Mark for the past 20 years and had great pleasure working closely with him on many projects. He has a keen eye for detail and has a great relationship with all of his clients. He is always able to use my Designs and Construction Documents to get the job done right. In this industry, the small details make all the difference, Mark handles all of these. Thank you Mark! Sincerely, Steve Kinnunen AIBD CPBD Prime Home Design, LLC
    Steve K.
  • Grey Colt Construction LLC
    Grey Colt built my casita and remodeled my house you could not get a better contractor! They did excellent work and always showed up on time and never missed a day until both projects were completed. I would never hire anyone else!
    Larry S.
  • Structures Design Build Texas
    The job started with the bathroom - tore out everything and fixed the ancient plumbing and electrical, then he put in new drywall and a new shower. The shower was originally quoted for a low cost tile, but when my fiance and I met Rob at the tile store we liked a higher end tile a lot better. After seeing what we liked, he suggested that maybe we'd like cultured marble more than the tile we had originally thought of. I didn't know it was a possibility, but he was right and we love the finished product. The best part was that he was able to do it for the same cost. The cultured marble itself is much more expensive than the tile, but the backing is cheaper so the cost difference was small and he just absorbed it rather than requoting. The house was a mess when I bought it and I was happy enough with the price/speed of the bathroom that I just had Rob give me a quote on most of the other stuff that needed done rather than trying to do it all myself. I'm glad I did. He managed to get the rest of the work done before my wedding, which of course made things much easier for me and more importantly - made it a nicer place for my wife to move in. The walls look great now instead of the dingy yellow color with patched holes everywhere. Overall he did the job as bid and on budget, but it's the little things that made this great. The yard was overgrown when I bought it and I'd made a giant pile of brush/tree limbs as I'd been starting to clean it up. I had been slowly getting rid of the pile only to discover one day that it was gone. Rob just had his trash guy haul it away with everything else - made my life a little easier. When they were redoing the baseboards they had some extra, so he used it to replace the nasty old casing below the window sills. It wasn't in the quote but it looked great and he didn't charge me extra. My dishwasher wasn't attached to the counter and tipped over when my mom tried to use it - he saw and installed it properly at no extra charge. (easy fix for him, but it made a good impression on my mom) He even found a brick from another project that matched a missing one at my house. There were probably a dozen other little examples that I just can't think of now that just made thing whole experience a good one. We love our bathroom and the rest of the house looks great too. The house is almost 50 years old, but now it looks almost new, and most importantly - it's comfortable to live in now. The only complaint is the same one you always have if you use someone good - they're always busy so they can't always work exactly on your time frame. I know Rob had several projects going on, so he wasn't 100% focused on me, but he did always do well and making sure the project was moving along and let me know what was happening
    Reed E.
  • Sonoran Vista Homes Inc
    Overall it could not have gone any better, I am an architect who has worked with contractors for over 30 years and I have nevre had a better outcome. Jim and his crew showed up on time they worked very professionaly they kept everything clean during the demolition. The built-out went very smooth, whenvever there was any problelm with anything unseen Jim was very good about listening to our concerns and met all our expectations. They finished the work on time and within the budget it turned out great. I can't say enough good things about Jim he is honest, hard working and full of great ideas. I would not hesitate to use him again, and I have recomended him to all my friends
    George F.
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