I had the exterior of my house painted and had wood that was replaced due to water damage. I was very pleased and satisfied with the work that was performed by Gerry Mijares and his crew. Gerry was on site and available throughout the entire process. Gerry and his crew were very punctual and worked diligently with and attention to detail. If there was anything that felt needed attention Gerry did not hesitate to accommodate me and make sure that I was satisfied. I had randomly selected Gemcon Contractors from an internet search and I am very glad that I ended up choosing a quality company. Honest, reasonable, reliable, and highly recommended.
6001 Doniphan DrEl Paso, TX 79932
From Business: Banes General Contractors, Inc. began business in 1946 as a Butler® Builder and was one of the first General Contractor / Engineering Firms to provide turnkey Desig…
JC Contractors built our 4,000 square foot medical urgent care center six years ago. We were very happy with their performance and completion of the project. We posted pictures at our website at http://www.uvucc.com. They came in hundreds of thousands dollars less than competitors and we love our building. We've never had any problems with it. I recommended them to another physician who also had a very good experience and rates them highly also. I have no reservation about them and can recommend them very highly. Dr. Alan L. Carpenter, Medical Director/Owner Upper Valley Urgent Care Center, P.A.
Don't know this contractors has such bad reports . . .they did my entire front and back yard xeriscaping and stamped colored concrete everything looks so well done. I highly recommend them. And I also did talk to David Delgado and asked him if it was true about him owning all three companies but he told me Desertaire is his and the other two companies are his two sons businesses. And I don't see what's wrong if he is helping them succeed in the line of professional business men... Once again I highly recommend there beautiful professional work. . . Can't judge them if you ain't seen there work. . .