During the consultation visit with Mr. Brock, he laid out certain expectations of how the job would be handled. Such as: the completion date of March 15th, there was to be a labor force on site (Mon-Fri) of no less than four, materials that were purchased were supposed to be special order or custom built (doors, windows, cabinets, etc.) ,a payment plan was arranged based upon completion of certain aspects of the construction (initial payment of materials, payment for dried in construction, payment for completion, and final payment for punch items)
After the contract was signed and the payment for initial materials received, demolition phase of my project began January 15th.The first few days of the project went as planned, after that the number of workers was normally less than four. There were days (8) that no one was on site at all, pace slowed drastically. Necessary Plumbing was installed and concrete for the additional foundation was poured. Framing materials arrived and Framing began. Framing for carport and addition was completed. Wind storm strapping was started and completed. Two improperly sized doors and 5 improperly sized (of 11) windows were installed. On February 4th windstorm inspection was supposedly completed, but no inspector came to the job site. Felt paper and plastic were repeatedly installed and uninstalled, while the roof over the addition continued to leak. Mr. Brock at this point, February 7th assured me that the roof would be taken care of and that sheet rock would start promptly. After saying this he said the house, with a leaking roof and 6 holes where windows should be, was dried in, and he would need another payment to continue. Reluctantly I agreed so the project could continue. After all he did just give his word the roof would be handled, the windows were ordered and we were on schedule for completion. Sheet rock was installed, despite the fact that the roof was still leaking profusely ( 4 different days) during any type of rain. On March 1st, improperly sized, prefabricated, cabinets were brought to the house to be installed. I was unsatisfied entirely with the craftsmanship of the cabinets and the progress of the job up to this point after voicing my opinions to Mr. Brock, he told his employees to load the cabinets and gather all tools and materials from the site, and left without acknowledging my inquires as to his intensions regarding the cabinets, doors, windows, leaking roof damaged insulation and sheet rock. I requested a meeting with Mr. Brock and the engineer who supposedly did the windstorm inspection, on March 23rd but no meeting took place. On March 27th Mr. Brock said over the phone that he intended to fix it, Ive not seen or heard from him since.