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Hank was very fair and knew all current codes. He communicated every day about the job and always let me know when he was leaving the job site and any changes in his schedule. Cleaned up job site every day. Hank did exactly what he said he was going to do. I had 3 other contractors out and Hank was defiantly the best pick.Mar 28, 2018Verified
Rebuilt deck stairs - 2 stories. He was great to work with. Extremely knowledgeable on deck codes and worked within our budget offering us different options. I am very satisfied with the results and would highly recommend him!!!!!Jan 14, 2017Verified
Hank built two separate decks for me. One off our kitchen and the second deck off a screen room to hold a hot tub. We were going to do a tear down to the kitchen deck and start over but Hank suggested that he use the framework of the existing deck and add on from there which saved me money which I appreciated. Hank and his crew finished the entire job, both decks yesterday and we are very pleased with his work. Both decks look great and Hank and his team finished on time and on budget. He was a pleasure to work with and will be using Hank again. If you are searching for a contractor that does quality work, starts and completes projects on an agreed upon time at a fair price then call Hank.Feb 11, 2017Verified
Johns creek requires permit, and the contractor doing the work has to take responsibility for the permit. When I mentioned this to him on the phone, he said he never pulls a permit, and promptly hung up the phone without any further word. I would be VERY concerned about this type of behavior, and not following the JC city rules - on a basic deck.Feb 8, 2018VerifiedHank E.'s reply
Im sorry you feel this way. It certainly wasn’t my intentions to be rude. But you have misinformation regarding the permit process. JC, Roswell, Atlanta or wherever it’s all the same process. Homeowners can always permit their job as long they are the actual property owner. Statewide. Responsibility always falls on the person actually doing the work regardless of who pulls the permit. Again I’m sorry if you didn’t understand this. Also I did not just hang up on you. I dropped service on my cell. Things aren’t always as they may seem. As soon as I regained service enough to send a message. I did so! Good luck on your project!
I looked hard for someone who was both qualified and willing to communicate with me every step of the way! Hank is all that and more! His team is very talented and his work ethic is beyond reproach! I am so pleased with my screened in porch and mostly with Hanks efforts to assure code, product choice and time table met all requirements! Look around but you will make a mistake if you fail to call Hank to do the job! It took others forever to call back and give honest bids! But Hank did what he said and never disappointed me in any way!Oct 31, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?No. There's to many variables to be considered when it comes to building decks and porches. I've found out over the years that giving a base price without LOOKING at a job is not a good idea!!!
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I'm actually a 3rd generation Home Builder. It's in my blood so to speak.
- What types of customers have you worked with?Deck & porches