Skyvue Design Build

3.5 |3 Verified Ratings
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Skyvue Design Build

3.5 | 3 Verified Ratings

210-365-6243

13620 Northwest Military Highway
San Antonio, TX 78231
 
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Skyvue Design Build


The team at Skyvue Design Build are a locally owned and operated company that value honesty and integrity in all the work they do. They will treat your house as if it were their own. No project is to big for the Skyvue team. They will get your project done right and in a timely manner. Give them a call and see what they can do for you.

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Service Area

  • San Antonio

Services Offered

Additions & Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Major Renovation - Multiple Rooms
  • Garage Remodel
  • Build an Addition
  • Major Home Repairs
  • Kitchen Remodel
Architects & Engineers
  • Draftsperson/CADD
Garage & Garage Doors
  • Build Garage
New Home Builders
  • Custom Home Builder

Areas of Expertise

  • New Construction
  • Home Additions
  • Multiple Room Renovations
  • Kitchen
  • Bathroom

Product Brands Used

  • American Standard
  • Cuisinart
  • Delta - Cosella-D�rken Products, Inc.
  • Elkay
  • Grohe
  • HansGrohe
  • Insinkerator
  • Jacuzzi
  • Kohler
  • Moen
  • Price Pfister
  • Toto
  • See All >

Quick Facts

Business Hours
Monday:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Tuesday:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Wednesday:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Thursday:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Friday:
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Saturday:
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Sunday:
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
(Please call to confirm)
  • Free Estimates
  • Warranty Description: Standard 1 year Labor - 2 years M.E.P. - 10 years Structural

Credentials

In Business Since: 2016
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4.5   |  
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Great father- son team, good design, worked well with consultants and subcontractors.
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You cannot trust anything Jason Peters says. He comes across as caring and charming (say's all of the right things). He's a habitual liar and will leave you and your project hanging. I trusted him to deliver a 100% renovation on a complete 1650 sq ft home with a 360 sq ft new addition in about 4 months (verbal agreement timeline). I agreed on $72,000 for the remodel, $36,000 change order for complete electrical rewire, HVAC with ducts, complete re-plumb, new sewer line to city line, $42,000 for the addition, plus about $10,000 for additional change order items (flagstone, upgrades, concrete driveway work, etc). Most of the work (about 70-80%) was finished in 6 months but he never finished my house. After a YEAR of him stalling (except to receive a payment check) and not answering my calls, emails, and texts I had to come to realization that I had to finish my house on my own. Some excuses were, phone problems, cell network problems, vehicle problems, was in Houston working so he couldn't work on my house, or he just didn't answer or return the message (which was the case most of the time). The following items were left unfished a year after he started renovating my home. Open city framing inspections which he never disclosed to me, requiring an engineer's letter for strengthened header in kitchen (removed two walls), engineer did not pass because more roof support needed, area was already covered with new sheetrock, had to remove sheetrock in area where walls were removed to visualize, had to hire another construction company to drill holes in wooden rafters and add 1/2" bolts along supported header, engineer had to return (another fee) to re-inspect (over $1500). My hard wood floors weren't touched, had to hire a floor contactor to sand, repair and stain ($1,600). a new set of French doors in the new addition were so miss aligned that I had to hire the Door Doctor to completely remove, readjust and re-install, ($400). Had to re-hire an electrician to fix several issues with the NEW complete home rewiring. I wanted to hire the electrician that Jason used but he wouldn't do it because Jason still owed him $3000. In fact, that electrician threatened over the phone to put a lien on my home because of his unpaid services. The electrician that I hired found the following electrical problems, the master bedroom circuit breaker kept tripping because a nail was shorting out the wiring in that room, several outlets in a bedroom were not even connected to wire bundles, switches were added to the flood lights (they were hard wired to a hot wire and were always on), my house has gas and there wasn't even one CO2 detector, two were added. The new stove was not wired into the house and other things all totaling over $1500 in fees. The plumber Jason hired never ran a pex water line to the refrigerator, gas cook top was installed without the gas regulator, the dish washer leaked water when turned on, stand alone $1,200 acrylic bath tub was severely scratched on installation, plumber fees to fix everything $500. Last, but not least, the overall quality of his work was horrible. Trim pieces not coming together, rough edges everywhere, different textures in same rooms (orange peel walls and knockdown ceilings), paint sprayed on and was too thin and too close to walls and left patterns on walls, different types of paint used on same walls, scuff marks everywhere, trim boards with visible wood grain lines! I had to hire a painter to fix every inch of my house to make everything to industry standard, $5000 to install crown molding (that I already paid for once) repair sheetrock, complete retexture and re-paint all interior walls and trim. Jason never had control of the subcontractors that he used and they never showed up when they were supposed to and never delivered the quality of work that I was paying for. Jason Peters and Skyvue was never in control of the project and was in way over his head!
Response by Skyvue Design Build: Hello All, SkyVUE needs to address their side of the story in this matter. Many details have not been mentioned in the review, which is understandable. Below is our side of what happened throughout the project. Jason Peters is a partner and owner of SkyVUE Design Build and former partner of Lone Star State Construction as well as Branding Texas. He has been in the construction field for all his working life. We can provide many, many great references on Jason and his partner Daren Peters partner and owner of SVDB.LLC as well as a former partner of LSSC.LLC and BT.LLC. We are a small father and son construction firm that strives to be better than the rest! SkyVUE by no means did a perfect, and or a great job on this project. No one is perfect, and we by no means can make everyone happy, no matter how much we try. We appreciate every person who give us an opportunity to work for them. Mr. Mike Faulk was no different, a great client. We were all working toward a common goal. A quality, well built, no corners taken approach. We all agreed to work together, as well as knowing the risks that come along with such a remodel of an old home that was not occupied in so long. Many, and I mean many things came up in this project especially due to the fact that no one had in living or entered this home for give or take 17 years (other than the occasional unwanted vagrant or squatter). There was a lot to be uncovered and discovered when demolition was complete. We all knew these issues to be discovered before going into this project, but always with the common goal to make it function well and look great! The initial budget was to completely remodel the interior of the home including kitchen, bedrooms, adding an office/bedroom and opening up living and dining area by raising gable roof line. Once we opened up the walls, ceiling and foundation we discovered the lack of continuous maintenance that would have been done in an occupied home. Electrical, plumbing, mechanical, foundation were all non-upgradable, repairable or maintainable. Replacement was need an extra expense which was on the home owner, who was fully aware of the undiscovered issues going into the build. We spent over a six weeks or more diagnosing, bidding and reworking the estimate at the best price to give the client, all while still working on what would we could accomplish on the inside of the home without going too far because of the needed repairs as well as the wanted master bedroom suite addition. On the fence was a full master suite addition over 500 square feet. We were doing 3D custom designing and adding to the existing home while work was in progress at the residence. After many changes and adjustments to the 3D design the home owner decided to go forward with the addition. This decision was over five months into the build and even brought down our price to make the deal. The paperwork for change orders stated expenses, time added and other details the client seemed to over look which came up later. The initial contract date and time was null and void after the third change order for the wanted addition. SkyVUE had to pull an additional permit on top of the existing general remodel permit and double up on inspections as well, which added to the complications. SkyVUE (Jason Peters) had to reschedule, rework and refine the existing schedule to sync together both projects as if both the addition and existing project would be come one. Meaning we could get the inspections for each project at the same time. Client was aware, and explain in detail to about this process and how getting contractors reschedule could add time. The materials in full did not show up until eight months into the project, which of course came in behind schedule, short or were incorrect and needed to be reordered (all material was ordered by client). SkyVUE Design Build (Jason Peters) personally went out with the client to make mate
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Project: Build an Addition
He is excellent. Can not say enough about him. I am going to hire him again for my next projects.
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