We hired Bryan Lee Builds to help us turn our old 1978 ranch into our dream home.
We had heard so many horror stories from friends who had remodeled homes before, so it was with great trepidation that we set out to find and hire a contractor. We interviewed five different contractors, all with references or recommendations from friends and family. While each one had their positive aspects, they all seemed to be lacking something. That is until we met with Bryan Lee.
We were in a time crunch to move into our new home, and Bryan was the only contractor who was willing to give us a completion date. These other contractors would only give us rough estimates, but Bryan actually printed out a proposed work schedule with what would be going on at my house each week. I had many naysayers tell me when we started our project that we should not get our hopes up; that if our contractor said we would be able to move in during spring break, that really meant we would be moving in that summer. I had my doubts too, especially since we were doing a total gut job, raising the ceilings in all of the communal rooms, doing two room additions, and completely refinishing the entire house. All I can say to those folks is that we started the first week in October and we moved in, right on schedule, during spring break that March.
Bryan was very attentive to our project, he was highly communicative through phone calls and emails, and responded quickly to any concerns we had during our project. The workers were polite and respectful of our property and were willing to adapt to any special requests we had. Bryan approached our project with a "can do" attitude. Any time that we had a request, even if we were asking for something that he usually does differently, he was willing to listen to us and look for ways to help us meet our goals. We could not be happier with our end result of an amazing custom home or with the painless process of remodeling that we had with Bryan. We recommend him to all of our friends and family and have even used him again, ourselves, last summer to build a portico onto the front of our home.