If I could give this company zero stars I would. We had a a split chassis rail on our trench digger and needed to get the job finished that night. Christian said he would be out straight away as he was close to our location. We waited over 4hrs while he said he had to 'pick up some tools'. Eventually we gave up on him after calling his cell and no answer. We ended up calling Toms Welding Services and they had someone on site within 20 minutes. They got the chassis sorted quickly and we were back in business!They told us they get a lot of work from Abra Cadabra customers who have similar experiences to us or had poor workmanship. My advice would be to not use this company as they lie and rip you off.
10120 West Flamingo Road, Ste 4-184Las Vegas, NV 89147
From Business: We are European horse carriage manufacturer, we build very strong and balanced construction carriages, what is safe for you, your horse and passengers. From a beg…
327 Quiet Harbor DrHenderson, NV 89052
Excellent work! I would recommend him without hesitation. He was on time and very neat. His price was very fair.
Home of Quality Products and Services coupled with pre sales and after sales support services. The right place for tooling and equipment needs.
We own a rental property in Vegas and recently our property was been remodel. We were looking for a way to secure the house and we added a security door. We looked for welders online and found that some didn't returned phone calls and some vendors wanted to charge us a fee to give us a quote. We contacted JC welding and the gentleman we dealt with (Jesus) was very helpful and came to the home to give us a free quote on a short notice as we were in Vegas only for a few days. Jesus provided us with a reasonable quote and within 24 hours he provided us with various designed ideas for our door. We loved that he worked with us and made the door look beautiful and not like the cookie cutter security doors. I love the service, the quality and the price. Thank you Jesus for the beautiful door and for your the excellent communication.
Fantastic service! I absolutely recommend him, he gives you different options and his work is amazing.
Very professional, quick, and did a great job welding a bracket for me. Good pricing too, would definitely recommend JC Welding.
Jesus created an amazing custom door for me that I really love. He is courteous, professional and his work is exceptional.
Best welding i've seen! I love the door he made for me. He comes to your house and gives you a free estimate and his prices are low too. He does the job quick and VERY nice. What i really love is that he also gives you ideas on what else you could do. If your looking for welding, call this guy.
Beware of working with this place, as they do not return phone calls. I really believe that the positive reviews are all FAKE. Now, if you don't believe me and decide to work with these guys, note the following precautions:(1) Get everything in WRITING. These guys will not give you anything in writing because they know they are running a scam. If you get a warranty from them, make sure they specify in writing how long it will take for them to return your calls, send someone out, etc. By the way, other companies will specify a time in which they will send someone out if there is a problem, sometimes within a matter of days. If this company can't guarantee to send somebody immediately during an emergency, don't use them - are you supposed to wait until your house is damaged before they come out?(2) Request an email address and business address from them. Everybody else in the industry has easy contact information - why don't these guys put their email address and business address on their website? (3) If the owner comes out to give you an estimate, make sure he climbs up on his ladder and actually sees the roof. How are you supposed to get a proper estimate without him doing his homework? Reputable roofing companies will actually inspect your roof and do their homework. (4) The owner likes to hide behind his answering service, which is incredibly cowardly. Try calling the owner and see if he picks up his phone - he'll never do this. How can you trust a business where the owner won't pick up the phone? Seriously, be smart about who you use. There are plenty of other roofing companies that will do all of the above for you, and at a much better price.
I hope nobody ever has to use this company ever again. First, take a look at one of the positive reviews and who wrote it---the owner himself---so shady! If you don't believe me, go to the contractor's licensing board and look up who the principal's name is, then compare it to the names on the reviews. This company is in the business of selling warranties that they have no intention of fulfilling. The owner of the business is apparently out soliciting new business while the existing customers are not taken care of. In June, I noticed that I had some broken tiles. Living through a summer here in Vegas, I know how bad the rain can be and wanted to make sure that my roof was taken care of. Gino from Southwest Roofing on the phone told me that they had a minimum of $350, which worth about fixing 5 tiles. Understanding that minimum, Gino and his partner arrived and wrote me up a quote with a 2 year warranty for $965, saying this also included resealing any areas that need it as well as putting down any new underlayment if necessary. They said that if I want the work done, they could get someone out the next day and it would probably take more than half a day, but they were only going to charge me for half a day, which is the $965. The next morning, I called back to I clarify with Gino first as to what the two year warranty meant. He told me that the extra money above the $350 was basically to buy the 2 year warranty on the entire roof for peace of mind. They ended up sending over a worker around 10am. Instead of taking more than half a day to work on my roof, the guy spent less than an hour. I was very surprised, but I gave it the benefit of the doubt and thought to myself that I have the 2 year warranty to fall back on if the roof leaks. Now, it's August, just two months later and I have a leak above the master bedroom area. I call Southwest Roofing the next day at 7:30am and a lady takes a message, saying someone will get back to me. 11am rolls around and I receive no phone call and so I call back and leave another message. Still for awhile nobody calls back and so I call Gino on his direct cell phone line and leave a message. Finally I get a call back from Denise in the office saying first that they can't send someone out until at least 2 weeks. I tell her that in about 4 or 5 days, we are predicted to have a heavy storm come through. She tells me that she can't do anything about it. She then asks me if the leak was in the same area and I tell her that I never had a leak, that they were supposed to fix my roof so that I would not have a leak. She then said that they only warrant the part of the roof that they fixed that had a leak. I told her that this is not what Gino had sold me and that he warranted my entire roof. She then reiterated that she could not send anyone until at least 2 weeks. I asked to speak with Gino and she said that he was out in the field doing bids and never answers his phone. Seeing that Denise was not going to accommodate my request to have the roof fixed in less than two weeks, I finally ask her to put me down in the books tentatively so I at least have an appointment. She said that she wasn't going to do that because she had to speak with Gino first and won't be speaking to him until the next morning, but will call me back the next day. Well, the next day arrived and after not having heard from Denise all morning, I call and leave a message to call me back. By the time 5pm rolls around and still not having heard from anyone, I once again try Gino on his direct line, which he doesn't answer. Now, feeling like I'm being avoided, especially by the owner, I leave a message for Gino asking for my money back. He knows he's not doing honest business and so makes every effort to avoid me. Anyhow, finally at 7 something that evening, I get a phone call back from Denise, basically just reiterating that she cannot do anything for me.