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9 Years In Business

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Service Details

  • Residential Work
  • Commercial Work

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  • Flooring
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0.50 J. J. Georgetown, TX

My first project and the education I received; what to do and not do. How to vet and choose a Contractor is priceless. This project started with a contract that states and this job will not be permitted and This statement alone should tell you everything. Beginning with the privacy fence that began to fail, warping just 1 month after install, rebuilt at clients insistence 3 times. The 3rd time was by a fence co. who specializes in fences instead of random workers, Cedi was responsible for the 3rd build and cost to build it. Because my neighbors were at risk of injury due the 2-3 inch nails protruding through their side of the installed fences. A fence contract that doesnt include gates, written by CEDI Concrete porch wasnt level so a drain was installed that never worked and was never finished. Had to be finished by the client. Windows that do not lock Quarter round baseboards that are not finished all throughout the house. Painting imperfections as well as caulking or no caulking. Completed my kitchen with no pantry and didnt realize or hoped that I wouldnt realize it.Then proceeded to take up half of laundry room to make a kitchen pantry The kitchen peninsula wasnt sealed or caulked. I discovered that when I bent down to tie my shoes, a month after I moved in. Door knobs fall out, all of the closet doors have a twist lock on the inside. The front door was initially installed in April damaged and was finally replaced after I moved in, in August. I had to fight for this. The side yard granite installed was a disaster, the granite was installed without the proper barrier, one rain and it was full of weeds. That granite was replaced with sod again at my insistence. A new discovery, as I was hanging some lights outside, the roof over the screened in porch is not completely sealed, sealed on two sides but not the front portion. I had to beg for trash removal almost weekly, finally a dumpster was placed for trash, Questionable electrical work by a licensed or unlicensed electrician. The list goes on. Henry blames the guy that he subcontracted with and had no problem telling me that he ( Henry) lost money on this job. Cedi wrote the contract for the remodel and the fence which means Cedi LLC is 100% responsible for this project. Many of the issues are still in the process of being resolved and they can be resolved by someone other than Henry and his team. Henry created the problems due to unskilled workers with no supervision. I have a photo diary that supports everything in this review also reported and provided to BBB. Complaint to BBB and the response from Cedi llc was full of random excuses of which Henry is no longer responding. A contractor accredited through BBB is no longer responding and is not open to arbitration. I will add that Cedis last draw request via email was not met (not paid) and for good reason. The reason(s) a two page list of just about everything mentioned above still needing to be addressed/corrected. My advice, especially to women, anyone actually, is to pay attention and have counsel review your contract prior to executing. If the GC or supervisor is not onsite or paying visits, then be your own supervisor. The references that you contacted are probably paid references, early in this project I was offered payment for a good reference. Keep a daily diary of draw requests and receipts, weather conversations, anything that you may need later The GC should never bad mouth the subcontractor to the client. The GC should never tell a client that he is losing money on this job The GC should not ask for a draw early because these guys really need to get paid stick to the contract. Dont be sympathetic, harsh? No. If nothing else else this experience educated me and gave me great reference for my Blog Lastly if the companys name, ...

Response from Company:

As the owner of this company it saddens me that you continue on this path of internet trolling. With your situation the work performed by subcontractors was not to our standards. This was a rare instance in almost a decade of operations. We came to a verbal and written agreement for a large sum of money deducted from your final payment, over $14,000. Evidence available to any interested party. (Please email us) The deduction was to address any concerns and chose a different contractor to finish any details that were missing. Despite this, we returned on several occasions to fix other issues OUTSIDE our scope of work. We completed all work within our original scope. Even if it meant doing it once or twice or 3 times due to our dedication to our clients. For all future clients that are considering hiring CEDI Contractors for their projects I encourage you to read all the recent reviews about me and the company as a whole before you make your decision. This person’s representation that she was offered money for a good review is a complete fabrication. We have never offered money for a good review. We continue to work with the BBB in response to a misleading complaint made by this customer on that platform. We will also continue to focus on providing excellent service to all future clients. We will however not be responding to any future trolls or attempts to derail our company per one or two people on social media. Thank you.

5.0 Charlie X.

Remodeled a bedroom for me. I have always found them to be extraordinarily responsive and conscientious regarding their work, specifically with their subcontracted work. Very timely!

5.0 A R. Austin, TX

I had a wonderful experience working with Henry+team. They were reliable (always on time), thoughtful, and detailed-oriented in their work. Itâ s clear that they prioritize customer experience and excellent work quality above all else! Iâ ve worked with a few different contractors as Iâ ve remodeled my home and this was my best experience. Iâ ll be using CEDI as my primary team moving forward.

4.5 Derek G.

Very professional, communicative, honest and trustworthy, and their pricing is great.

5.0 Rudi N. Round Rock, TX

General Contractors that do great work, high customer services and are priced fairly are hard to find. CEDI is an unicorn, amazing people to work with and I was amazed by the results. Would recommend them to ANYONE

5.0 Steven G. Cedar Park, TX

Overall excellent work and great customer service!

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