Bilbrey Construction

4.8 | 61 Verified Ratings
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Bilbrey Construction

4.8 | 61 Verified Ratings
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816 Indian Lake Road
Lake Orion, MI 48362
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Bilbrey Construction

Siding repair specialists. Rotted or water damaged wood. Blown off shingle repair.

We specialize in all types of small siding repair jobs. If your siding is loose or damaged call now. Blown off shingle repair. Vinyl, wood, cement board, composite siding. Small jobs that may just require a service call, or larger storm damage repair. WE REPAIR ROTTED CHIMNEYS!!! We can repair or rebuild rotted OVERHANGS. If you have any rotted, damaged trim on your house we can fix it.


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Service Area

  • Warren
  • Troy
  • Farmington
  • Southfield
  • Detroit
  • Sterling Heights
  • Pontiac
  • West Bloomfield
  • Rochester
  • Utica
  • Lake Orion
  • Bloomfield Hills
  • Novi
  • Waterford
  • Royal Oak
  • Livonia
  • Clinton Township
  • Clarkston
  • Saint Clair Shores
  • Macomb
  • Northville
  • Highland
  • Oxford
  • Commerce Township
  • Auburn Hills
  • White Lake
  • Washington
  • Dearborn Heights
  • Milford
  • Birmingham
  • Mount Clemens
  • Oak Park
  • Almont
  • Redford
  • Hadley
  • Harper Woods
  • Huntington Woods
  • Lapeer
  • Metamora
  • Drayton Plains
  • Davisburg
  • Berkley
  • Clawson
  • Center Line
  • Ortonville
  • Madison Heights
  • Fraser
  • Leonard
  • Franklin
  • Union Lake
  • Eastpointe
  • South Lyon
  • Attica
  • Holly
  • Imlay City
  • New Hudson
  • Grosse Pointe
  • Keego Harbor
  • Hazel Park
  • Dryden
  • Roseville
  • Wixom
  • Harrison Township
  • Ferndale
  • Pleasant Ridge
  • Romeo
  • Walled Lake
  • Lakeville
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Services Offered

  • Carpentry Framing Repair
  • Vinyl Siding Repair
  • Wood / Fiber-Cement Siding Repair
  • Exterior Trim Repair

Areas of Expertise

  • Loose or damaged SIDING or metal trim.
  • Wood trim repair, Aluminum trim repair.
  • Broken or rotted overhang, and Rotted wood trim repair
  • Vinyl Siding repair specialists, Rotted wood chimney repair specialist
  • Blown off, or damaged shingle repair specialists

Product Brands Used

  • Alcoa
  • Alside
  • CertainTeed
  • James Hardie
  • Wolverine
  • Cetrtainteed, Gaf, Wolverine,

Quick Facts

Business Hours
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  • Small Jobs Welcome
  • Warranty Offered
  • Warranty Description: variable
  • Credit Cards Accepted


In Business Since: 2009
Memberships & Affiliations
  • CAM Member, IIcrc Certified, Licensed Builder
State Licensing
Trade: Builder Individual License
License #: 2101191461
Expiration: 05-31-2020
Type: General Liability
Amount: $2,000,000
Expiration: 06-10-2018
  • This Old House top ten remodeler in the Nation
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Business Overview

Community Involvement

sponsors local girls softball team

donates to the red cross

Supports our military

St. Jude supporter

How We Got Started

I chose to work in this industry because I love what I do. Being able to help people and get to do the job I love isn't like work at all. .

We started in this industry in 1998.

We describe our business as Family owned and operated

What makes me different than other contractors

My reputation is outstanding because I care about the people I work for


Bilbrey Construction

My Work
7 Projects
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5.0   |  
Review by in Shelby Twp., MI
quick, efficient, friendly, quality job. would use them on other projects in the future
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Review by in Roseville, MI
They were on time,very proficient,and professional..
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Review by in Southfield, MI
Great job!

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Review by in Berkley, MI
They were very quick to repair my home, actually repaired in under 24 hours. Very courteous and easy to work with.

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5.0   |  
Good work and super fast!

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On time professional a rare combination

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Review by in Lake Orion, MI
Really top notch work! Larry and his assistant repaired the hole in the vinyl siding (second story) quickly as well as found and repaired two more holes. Would highly recommend - amazing work and fantastic customer service!

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Review by in Ferndale, MI
Tim is a very nice guy so I write this with reservations. I also sense he is very knowledgable about home repair and skilled. I simply feel that not enough attention to accuracy was placed on my project. I hired him to dig holes in my basement for two new footers and steel columns. I also hired him for some joist sistering. When mixing the concrete he used a younger employee who was new to the task. Tim provided some explanation about the mixture ratio then walked away and said "you'll get the hang of it." A garden hose was used in the mixing and there was no accuracy as to the ratio of concrete mix to water. Some buckets were very watery, some much thicker. The concrete manufacturer's web site said the appropriate ratio is vital to the strength of the concrete. My contract also specified that rebar FRAMES would be used but this was not done. Tim, at various times, simply dunked rebar into the concrete filled holes. I would imagine that the rebar simply sunk to the bottom, not serving its purpose. A rebar frame would have guaranteed that the concrete was properly reinforced. The steel columns he purchased to support the main beam already had some surface rust on them. Ideally they would have had some corrosion resistant coating. I did apply metal primer and paint to the columns after he completed the project, however, it's impossible to paint the interior of the columns - I have pre-existing columns that are rusting significantly from the interior so I know, first hand, that the coating is important. One of the columns is not even fully under the I-beam. It is sticking out very slightly from the bottom of the beam despite ample room to have made it rest entirely under the beam (The beam is over 3 1/2 inches wide and the column has a 3 inch diameter) In terms of the sistering, one joist didn't fully rest against the original joist - a slight gap. Because it was glued and screwed it was too late to adjust. He thought the reasoning might have been because of some warping of the original board but I don't see the warp on the board in question. Another joist he sistered didn't extend to the sill, thus defeating much of the purpose of the joist. He said it was impossible to get it to the sill based on obstructions but neither the city's building inspector nor I could find an obstruction making it impossible. The only thing that appeared necessary was to notch one side of the board about a half inch or so to fit the space. Again, because it was glued and screwed it would have been too difficult to redo. Furthermore, I was in the house when the sistering was done --- .if there were complications I wish he would have pointed them out before completing the task. I had to find them on my own. (I would hope that any contractor, experiencing unexpected issues associated with the house, would advise the homeowner, particularly if the homeowner was at the property at the time of the work.) With just a bit more time spent on accuracy/attention to detail (probably not more than an hour or so) this project would have been great (and very reasonable in cost.).

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Review by in West Bloomfield, MI
Tim reacted to my storm roof damage very quickly. Even though the weather was very bad, he repaired the roof in a timely fashion. I think he did a great job. Highly recommended
Response by Bilbrey Construction: Don was a great guy to work for. Im always happy to meet with great people like him.

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Review by in Ferndale, MI
Great guys. They repaired a few feet of siding at the top of my house. Looks perfect now. They got the job done quickly for me too. Seemed like a fair price. Highly recommended!

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