|Sunday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Monday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Tuesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Wednesday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Thursday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Friday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
|Saturday||8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.|
Seekins Contracting LLC
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Extremely unprofessional. Not what I paid for. He installed supports in my basement and throughout the crawlspace. He had 10,000 reasons on why what he did was correct. The wood was not even in contact with the other pieces. I spent $1100 on a subpar job. When he was there I asked him to shim the wood so it was in contact all around the posts. He told me there was no need. At That time with having a contractor in the house I went with it. He was a nice enough guy. But after he left and I was looking at it weeks later it just did not sit right with me after I spoke with other contractors. (Side Note) he showed up in a small SUV (kind of weird for a Contractor). Second of all he doesn’t have a crew he comes to the job with his wife. I text him to get everything fixed and he got extremely defensive. (I have the text messages saved.) He threatened me and said that I better not leave bad reviews or he would bring me to court. He told me that he would sue me for defamation of character. I told him as a consumer I am unhappy and I want the work to be corrected. He continued to tell me that I better not leave bad reviews, and he would come out and rip all of the wood out and give me my money back minus the materials. How would you feel with all of this? Would you want this man back in your house? He finally said that he would come out and put shims in the areas. This was after the exchange of threatening me for not leaving reviews. I didn’t feel comfortable. He then said he was going to put a restraining order on me if I continue to text him about the situation. I informed him that again as a consumer this is not out of place because I’m concerned. He told me that this was not a large project it’s not like it was a giant renovation that fell down. It was a little job and I’m blowing it out of proportion basically. The One thing I will give him credit for is he talks a good game. He also put some silicone caulking on my roof (had an issue with leaks) This took him about five minutes. He tried to use that and rub that in my face in text message, saying that “the ones that always complain, are the ones that get stuff for free.”Sep 16, 2018VerifiedShawn S.'s reply
we have posted two ofyour original reviews. in our photo section, as well as photos of our female workers doing their job, and a good job. your original review was that we did a perfect job, and were professional. you have changed it several times, in order to get us to keep doing more to satisfy you,and continue to use the review process to manipulate the situation. we spoke, you wanted a shim put in a small space between two peices of wood, we explained to you that wood expands, and contracts, you did not accept that as fact, and told us we are wrong. as a professional, I can't engage in an argument over that fact, all I can advise you to do is look up the term "expansion/contraction" the work is correct as you stated in the first review, you became unhappy when you offered us $25 to go back onto your roof to remove your satellite dish, and we told you it would have to wait until we planned to be working in your area again because that amount barely covers the cost of fuel to get there to do that as a favor. as you said, we did repair a leak that you had going on for a long time, had multiple other companies look at it without any success of locating/repairing the roof leak. we fixed it, did not charge you for it as a common courtesy to a new client to our company. You became angry when we did not remove your dish, (free of charge, along with the repair) instead, you gave us a bad review complained about a female employee, (who happens to own the company) and complained about an SUV being driven to the job, which is not relevant to your issue about a shim that costs less than 20 cents, requires no tools, or skills to slide in. (as I said, is not required) and you were also given a 50% discount to begin with. if we could do something to make you happy, we would surely do so, however, we will not remove a person from a job simply based on gender, the women working with us do as good as any of our men, in all aspects of what we do, we will also always reserve the right to drive whatever vehicle to a job that we see fit for the particular job we are doing. as you can see in our photos, we use all kinds of vehicles/heavy equipment based on what we are doing. to sum it up, your angry because you want a shim slid into a small gap, you review should have simply stated that, and in defense of our women employees, your bias towards them is offensive. best of luck with future projects, thanks for taking the time to explain your frustrations.
Sean did a great job of explaining everything we needed and ouroptioms throughout the whole process. The time he spent to make sure everything was the way we wanted made us feel like he really cared. Thank you for a great job.Nov 21, 2017VerifiedShawn S.'s reply
Thank you Donna, it was great working with you, and your family. We wish you luck with your new home, your off to a great start! Happy Holidays-
Back splash ceramic tile. Shawn was AWESOME! Highly recommend.Feb 1, 2017VerifiedShawn S.'s reply
Brian, thanks, I enjoyed working with you guys!
I got immediate response. Issue was fixed right away.Sep 15, 2018Verified
Work has not started because we are away. I will be meeting with him on Tuesday 8/14/2018. Gave him a 5 stars based on our conversation and his advise.Aug 13, 2018Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We work with our clients budget. we offer daily flat rates, as well as hourly and bid work.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?We typically talk to the homeowner and develop a plan that is tailored to their needs. We are always flexible when it comes to the process. we also accommodate with evening, and weekend hours when desired.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Almost 3 decades of on the job experience in the remodeling, and building trades. From framing, to high end copper roofing, and everything in between. Tile, carpets, carpentry, custom stone veneer, painting, hardwood flooring install/refinishing, wood/vinyl siding, drywall install/repairs, garage doors/openers, copper fabrication, interior/exterior repairs, doors and Windows.