DO NOT hire Taylor Exterior Construction and John V. to do any work for you. I hired John to do a commercial remodel in Brownwood, Tx. John's supervisor quit showing up two weeks into the job, despite a contractual obligation to have supervision on site at all times, forcing me to attend to the job daily and supervise. John deliberately overcharged me nearly double the agreed upon hours for electrical work, and when I called him, he admitted the fraud was intentional, and expected me to catch it, and call to talk to him about it. Workers stopped showing up at reasonable start times, and work quality deteriorated immediately. Broken windows were left installed, ceiling tiles were left broken and with hand-prints dented in them, and they actually painted around a mirror hanging on a wall, rather than remove it and paint the whole wall. I was eventually introduced to the guy that was supposed to be the new supervisor. Turns out, he was the one that broke the windows during installation and left them. During my conversation with the new supervisor, he asked to see a copy of the plans, as he had no idea what work was to be performed. Part of the job involved an asbestos abatement. John was not supposed to be involved in the asbestos abatement, but inserted himself, and somehow offended the abatement company enough that the owner called me and told me that he wasn't sure that his technician would even work with John, but that they would knock a thousand dollars off of the price of the abatement to not have to deal with John again, in addition to other compromises they made with me to help salvage the situation. After seeing how John's interaction with this company went, I became concerned that he would equally mismanage dealings with the plumbing contractors, who were of my chosing, and with whom I had a long history. I told John that I wanted to remove the plumbing from his responsibility, and have him only supervising his own men forward. John responded by immediately telling me that he required me to put the balance of the contracted amount into an escrow account that he could access, and cease any communication with his employees. All of the work performed to this point was off contract work, staying busy doing small jobs until the abatement was performed, and paid for separately. The initial 50% deposit was virtually untouched. On top of the 50% deposit, John cashed a check, $1500 of which was intended to cover the asbestos inspection, which he never paid. When I refused, he quit the job. John initially admitted he owed me a return of money I had paid. When I asked him to prepare his accounting of what he believed he owed me, he told me he would get back to me in 60 days, which has since elapsed. His last email said that if I'd wanted any money back, I should have demanded less. I had to hire another contractor to finish the job, and I wish I'd found him first. John's involvement has, to date, cost me about $30,000 more than the project would have cost, and now, a year later, most of what he did is going to have to be redone. Go with someone else. Don't let this guy in your pocket.
5849 Holly RdCorpus Christi, TX 78412
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Randy was very helpful in my pre sale inspection. He was professional and very personable. I would recommend his services.
PO Box 10486Corpus Christi, TX 78460
From Business: Casa Construction is a Family Owned Business since 1997. Marcial Ramirez is the President of ARRIBA Development LLC (Land Developer), and also CUSTOM CASA CONSTRUCTION LLC (D.B.A. Casa Construction). Marcial Ramirez is a Texas Licensed Realtor, and can meet all of your Real Estate Needs.
15809 El Soccorro LoopCorpus Christi, TX 78418
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2009 Flour Bluff DrCorpus Christi, TX 78418
From Business: Cubit Contracting, LLC is a medium-sized commercial / residential company with locations in Corpus Christi, San Antonio and Beaumont. Cubit has been fortunate to be awarded some initial sizable contracts for several projects. Local contacts and competitive pricing should propel rapid growth for the company. Mission Cubit C…
1814 Holly RdCorpus Christi, TX 78417
From Business: K.J.M. Commercial is a full-service construction company that specializes in customized design and site planning services for commercial and institutional complexes. The company undertakes construction projects for retail stores, financial organizations, medical centers, restaurants and institutional projects. It has compl…
5337 Yorktown BlvdCorpus Christi, TX 78413
From Business: For more than 60 years, Braselton Homes has been one of the leading new homebuilders and neighborhood developers in Corpus Christi, Texas. The company offers an array of properties to suit a range of budgets, starting from more than $120,000 up to $400,000, in the neighborhoods of Rancho Vista, Barcelona Village, The Cotta…
DO NOT hire Taylor Exterior Construction and John V. to do any work for you. I hired John to do a commercial remodel in Brownwood, Tx. John's supervisor quit showing up two weeks into the job, despite a contractual obligation to have supervision on site at all times, forcing me to attend to th…
29. Sun George Homes
The worst Home Builder you will find in Corpus Christi. Because Sun George knows good contractors, he builds many beautiful houses. The problem I had with Sun George is he is unprofessional, lacks integrity, misses deadlines and has failed to honor my home's 3 Year Warranty. My heater went out i…
I used Medina construction many times. He redid my kitchen, put in hardwood floors, constructed a patio roof, and many minor projects also.I trusted him enough to contract him to put a new addition on my house costing enough money that perhaps he can retire. The problem is that a 3 month job took 13 months. In my opinion he has no organizational skills. One time the plumber came for an hour and didn’t come back for 3 weeks. Meanwhile we were waiting for the plumber. Most times there would be a crew of 2 guys and some days I guess the work was so minor that at days end, I had no idea what they had done all day. The project could at least have been done in 6 months if he could have had several jobs going on at the same time like you see on TV. His excuse was that he didn’t want guys running into each other.Also, the order of things was off. For example, once he did the hardwood floor we had to wait until it dried to do the bathroom tile. Also, all work after that was done with the hardwood floor covered. It’s kind of like doing the hardwood floor and then painting the walls: that type of organized mind.But the reason I am writing is that now that he has his money, he has not returned many many phone calls over the past month and twice when he did answer the phone he promised up one side and down the other that he is going to fix the leaking shower and the shower plate that was put in upside down. We are now getting another plumber to fix the work and taking him to court.Even when he hadn’t been paid in full he hardly ever returned phone calls. Some things are understood because subcontractors have other work to do but he doesn’t write anything down and then forgets.Use this guy only if you have lots of patience and lots of time to blow.
The worst Home Builder you will find in Corpus Christi. Because Sun George knows good contractors, he builds many beautiful houses. The problem I had with Sun George is he is unprofessional, lacks integrity, misses deadlines and has failed to honor my home's 3 Year Warranty. My heater went out in December and he has not yet responded. My breaker in the garage is not functional; I'm having to use an extension cord from my kitchen to operate my garage door opener; I called Sun George 3 weeks ago about the breaker; he hung up. Every time my wife or I contact him, he instructs us to contact our realtor. Do yourself a favor and do not let Sun George build your home. I get that South Texas doesn't get cold, but my kids should not had to go without heat during the couple of cold weeks of winter. Feel free to email me and I'll provide honest feedback on any of your inquiries. God Bless and happy home buying... email@example.com