When building your dream house should be the most exciting time of your life, it turned out to be the biggest nightmare! This builder is cheap, rude, and very slow. There were days and sometimes weeks where no one showed up at the job site. Before the build, he agreed to build in a county where it is mandatory for the workmanship to pass Texas Wind and Storm inspections by a structural engineer for the exterior of the home. We hired the engineer the builder recommended, however the builder failed all of his inspections, not once but multiple Times! It turned out that not only did our builder not check the list of standards and supplies that was given to him, but he also seemed to not care. He failed every exterior part, but what stands out the most is our roof. He roofed the entire house not only with poor craftsmanship but also not in the proper Wind and Storm supplies and technique even when the engineer demonstrated how. It would not pass final inspection so he had no choice but to fix it by having the roofer remove the old nails, apply silicone to old holes and apply the correct nails. The builder told us his failures for the Wind and Storm certification were not his problem, and at the end refused to pay for all the extra inpections. My biggest fear came true because we now have a leak as our roof looks like a pin cushion. Needless to say he is being very difficult to deal with now that the house is ours, and I will never recommend him as a builder to anyone! At the end of our build, the builder owed us over $12,000 in unused contingency funds, and unused allowances. He refused to reimburse any of it. We had to get the President of our lending bank involved and tell the builder I would contact a local news company to expose him. Bringing up the news company was the only way to get our money back. This builder is an excellent salesman, and a smooth talker. If you decide to use him, I suggest recording your conversations as he will deny ever telling you anything.