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10 Years In Business

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20836 Hall Road, Suite 273
Clinton Township, MI 48038


  • Mon: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Tue: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Wed: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Thu: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
  • Fri: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • Sat: Closed
  • Sun: Closed
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Service Details

  • Residential Work

Areas of Expertise

  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Whole Home Renovations
  • Basement Remodels
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46 Verified Reviews
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Highly rated for

  • Quality
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5.0 Doug K. Clarkston, MI

Mark was prompt and very professional throughout the process. His team showed up on time and got the job done when he said he would.

0.50 Jonathan W. Royal Oak, MI

MHRAC owes his vendors money. He is a con artist. After his initial sales pitch and full court press, he will try to add costs to your job through changes. He will lie and try to collect money before any work is complete. He will try to collect on payment milestone and show up on Friday and ask for payment on partially complete milestones trying to convince you that it is basically done. He will get upset if questioned. The product is Poor quality work. His employees and subs are not very strong or experienced. They have no clue what they are doing and There is very poor communication between Mark and these guys. You will only see Mark when he needs money. On my job he hired undocumented and unlicensed workers and claimed that the work was going to cost more and wanted to be paid an extra $4500. This was a lie first of all and second, not part of the contract. The scope never changed. He worked numerous schemes after that to try to get paid more money, or even twice for things he already collected. He will not complete the the contracted work. No matter how much is owed at the end, he is not interested in finishing, he is just scheming to try to get you to pay as much as he can get before final payment. He will attempt to get you to pay him when he orders materials toward the end of a job, especially larger ticket items. Like a custom door, shower glass and such. Except he will stiff the fabricators, keep your money and never come back to finish. That is his track record and I have a long list of references that have been cheated by him if you need examples. This guy is a complete con man, is dishonest, is fraudulent and hires unqualified, undocumented and non licensed workers who perform shoddy workmanship. On one occasion he attempted to knowingly over order expensive construction finish materials that I purchased directly on my credit card from a vendor. He had me order them because his credit is no good in many places. When called out about the quantity purchased, he admitted it was 4X the amount (over $1200 in additional materials) that he obviously tried to get away with having for other or future jobs. When he returned the materials, he did not have them credited back to me - pretty sketchy. Do not hire this company or this person. The work is horrible, he is dishonest. Do not be fooled by his early demeanor and responses he is not that person. He has a million excuses. Pathologically believes each of his lies. I have just described what happened with my experience so you know exactly who he is. I have talked to many other former clients now who were also conned and provided horrible work - all the same behaviors.

0.50 Nick B. West Bloomfield, MI

Mark tried to execute a structural engineering plan to repair a kneewall that was damaged from missing roof flashing from a bad roofing job 14 years earlier. The kneewall holds up my master bedroom exterior wall, which is above my garage. The original kneewall degraded over time from getting wet, and it was NOT replaced in its entirety or in part. Instead, a large steel I-beam was installed below the kneewall, which ran down the middle of my 2-car garage ceiling, as well as another I-beam over the garage door that formed a â Tâ with the first I-beam. The 2nd I-beam was supported to ground by 7 vertical wood 2x4â s on either end of the beam which ran across the top of the entire length of the 2-car garage door. The other end of the main horizontal I-beam under the kneewall was also supported by several wood 2x4â s and one 4x4, again not imbedded but just sitting on the concrete floor behind the interior garage drywall. The truss system of the wood kneewall was left intact and none of the diagonal truss boards were replaced. Some of the lateral 2â x4â triangular lateral supports were replaced. This was a huge mistake to not replace the wet kneewall wood pieces - essentially not removing the damage. Both steel beams were only being held up with 8 ft. wood boards sitting on ground upright and not steel poles embedded into footers, how basement steel poles are embedded which hold up basement I-beams. These were the material construction errors. On top of that, and perhaps the biggest error was that when the beams were installed, force was applied vertically all at once, to try to reverse the sagging that occurred over the past 15 years, and this caused major structural issues into the exterior walls and floors, as well as interior wall structure, drywall, and flooring throughout the upstairs and some downstairs areas. I now have even bigger issues than previously with floors and walls creaking and cracking over 3 years after the work was done, due to residual stress. This is extremely stressful and I would not wish this upon any customer out there. Now you have both personable and work quality information. Mark was over his head on this project and should never have never done what he did. The plan provided by the structural engineer was flawed, Mark did not acknowledge or even think that the plan was flawed. And now he knows it. He never responds back and does not admit his mistakes. My wife and I have been under tremendous stress and are trying to salvage our home. Please get a second or third opinion depending upon the complexity of the work involved. Mark may be fine for some renovations, but beware of intense structural work. For a lot of home projects that involve structure, issues may not show up for a few years after the work is done.

3.0 Justin S. Bloomfield Hills, MI

The project took a lot longer than expected. We are satisfied with the overall quality work. However, a project manager is desperately needed by MHRAC. A lot of direction was given to the crew as they were not informed by the owner or equipped with plans.

5.0 Phil B. Bloomfield Hills, MI

Extremely satisfied about Mark and his team, they knocked down all walls and communized kitchen, dining and living in one big floor space â it was Markâ s idea - he was convinced about the potential and the added value, I trusted him & we went for it â my wife and I are super happy about the end result. This was a 4 months project including removal of 2 huge structural beams â the gain in â lightâ inside of the house is amazing â the renovation included new cabinets, new appliances, central peninsula , electric/HVAC back to code and new floor. This project was our first one â Mark and I prepared every step well ahead â he installed me a secondary kitchen and living space downstairs - so that we could continue have a normal life during that fall. It was not easy, the market circumstances and labor were challenging, but trough a constructive regular dialogue, Mark was able to deliver what was agreed and on time. I would definitely recommend Mark and his company â he has some really strong leaders working with him.

1.0 Florian L. Birmingham, MI

Very frustrating experience. Poor quality materials and workmanship. Extremely unreliable and constantly lies about when things will be completed. Very long delays but constantly asks for payment even before milestones are achieved. You have to be very involved and continuously check things yourself or otherwise topics will not be fixed. Did not finish the job once final payment was given. Would no recommend.

5.0 Erica F. Lupton, MI

This is the 3rd or 4th project I have had MHRAC do for us and we are very happy with the work they do! We had them rip up carpet and install vinyl plank flooring all through our first floor and they did an amazing job in two days! Their attention to detail is on point! The guys are very friendly and easy to work with, We have had Jacob, Mark and Jim work at our house now for multiple projects and every time I am pleased with the work they do! They are honestly the reason we keep using them and will continue to use them for all future home projects and improvements!

5.0 Tina F. Utica, MI

Mark Clemens was quick to meet with us and completed the project in a very short time frame.

4.5 Susan D. Bloomfield Twp, MI

Any issues, even after completion, prompt follow-through and corrections. excellent workmanship.

5.0 Ram K. Troy, MI

We hired MHRAC twice. The first time for kitchen renovation and the second time for bathroom renovation. Mark was well organized and consistent in completing the projects on time. His quality of work was great. He met with all our demands. We would certainly recommend his service to our friends and family.


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