Indy & Beyond Home Improvements
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The fact that they installed my fence in the winter was the only positive. Never repaired gate which was promised. Also very very unprofessional when it came to showing up. Multiple cancelled appointment. It all sounded great and the fence is just ok. Disappointed. Excuse central!Jul 1, 2015
We have not yet connected regarding the work we need to have done, still waiting on the estimate! In all fairness to the Company-there have been extenuating circumstances. Hopefully we will be able to work with this company now and in the future..as we are looking to move south and will be in need of a reputable contractor!Apr 18, 2015Verified
He was quick and efficient! The price was reasonable also!Mar 8, 2015Verified
Jason is an upbeat guy and really wants to get the job done right. He has provided suggestions to achieve a better product has a good group of guys on his staff. I am very pleased with the quality of his work.Mar 7, 2015Verified
No complaints. They kept their word and I'll definitely consider them first next time we need some work done.Feb 23, 2015Verified
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- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Ask to see certifications! Don't just take anyone's word for it. Ask for proof! With over 20 years in the industry, I have witnessed more unqualified contractors than qualified. Due to the ease of starting up a construction business in this state, it has become a "buyers be aware" type of industry!
- What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?The biggest problem many of us reputable remodeling companies face is skepticism from homeowners. Some of this is warranted but much of it is not. Undoubtedly, there are bad contractors out there who are looking for quick opportunities but in my 20+ years in the industry, I have seen very very few contractors who are out to rip off homeowners. The recent popularity of "home improvement shows" focuses on "bad contractors" which fuels this issue. While I completely understand that homeowners need to look out for their interests, trust is an absolute must in a contractor/homeowner relationship and it can be difficult to establish trust when many homeowners are skeptical from the start.