Great company and people to work with, they remodeled my 20 year old backyard and it looks amazing now. Build new patio, Gazebo, outdoor flooring and concrete replacement and bbq & bar. Izyk even did a 3D design for my backyard ahead of time so we can understand visually how it will look like. me and my wife were very happy with the service and the end result!
8413 W Lake Mead BlvdLas Vegas, NV 89128
My wife and I needed a new patio cover and barbecue island in our backyard. We had galaxy backyards come and give us a quote which was over $30,000. These guys came in went over and above what the other contractor had quoted us and came in at 20 mm and our backyard is absolutely incredible. Being a contractor here in Las Vegas I've dealt with hundreds and these are some of the finest people I've ever had the pleasure of dealing with. - Kevin H. (yelp review)
First Source Services installed a gorgeous patio cover for me yesterday. I was referred to this company from a friend. I loved their patio cover that had recently been installed and asked what company they used. I called up First Source Services and they came out to give me a free estimate and listened to what I imagined my patio would look like. Henry explained the process in which it would happen and answered all my questions. The price was under what I expected it would be. The workers showed on time, which is key for me since I have a busy schedule. The installation was done in one day. They have the best prices and the workers were fast and efficient. My patio looks exactly like I imaged it would. First Source Services met my expectation and more.
This company is thorough, professional and does quick and excellent work! We have over 400 homes that we manage and they are the "go to" vendor for us. Solution oriented and priced affordably. My clients appreciate the end results!
In August, 2014, I retained Tajo-One ("TO") to build out my medical office from an empty space. 'TO" contracted with a local architect to draw up plans to build out the office with inclusions for electrical, walls, duct work. The architect took over 4 weeks to get the plans back to us and although her renderings were professional the placement of the business office, lack of adequate duct redistribution, electrical outlooks were turned out to be glaring. My thoughts are that this job was an after thought, the plans were computer generated and the fee was a total waste of money. I will admit that I approved the plans that were submitted to the city and I share in some responsibility for the deficiencies, however I am a surgeon and neither a licensed architect or licensed contractor and hence the majority of the responsibility falls on " TO". The first major delay came around Thanksgiving when the owner of “ TO" took off leaving the job to his underlings, whom, as anticipated did nothing. This of course caused another week delay in opening. Then we had to deal with an additional $2000.00 for sprinklers which were needed but of course missed in the original bid or rendering. Then we had to deal with the floors. "TO" claimed that he had a great deal on flooring for the treatment rooms and that the same floor was recently used by a lab. that he had just completed. The floor turned out to be a white speckled vinyl which, unfortunately, picked up every speck of dirt and has a true nightmare to clean, we of course changed out the floor ( my own additional expense one week after opening the office) " TO" was very accommodating with getting the paint requested, however since "TO"'s painter only used one coat of paint, we were left with nothing more then white washed walls on those walls which had been designated to have a light color on them. The office to this day is missing thresholds over both doors, the duct system produces a temperature differential of 40 degrees between my office were there is a duct and the hallway which does not, again, to whom does the responsibility lie? "TO", the architect, the tenant? I think that " TO" takes responsibility for these lapses. Finally, electrical. Again, I take responsibility for allowing the prints to be submitted without adequate electrical wiring in the business office, treatment rooms and doctors office. However it is undeniable the responsibility of the General Contractor to make sure that either the plans are redone to include these needed outlets or that they be completed after the inspection so that I didn't need to use extension chords or drill a hole from my office to another room . It is now 6 months since " TO" finished their work, although it took longer then I anticipated to pay them ( Mia Cuppa) I still expected the owner of " TO". to fulfill his promise and obligation to instill the needed electrical outlets that we were promised . It shouldn't matter whether the architect was unprofessional in her renderings or that it needed to be excluded to get in at a certain time. A man's word and promise is all he has and now that " TO" has gotten their money, they have no intention of finishing the work. I gave " TO" 2 stars instead of 1 because I believe Andy, the owner to be a genuine good person. However "Res ipsa loquitur"!
Rob and Rich gave us amazing service. The manufacturers had an issue with back ordering our products so they were able to switch us to a better product for the same price. All in all it took a bit of extra time but they stayed in touch with us, and in the end we ended up with the kitchen we wanted....even better. Thanks so much....