Alpha Omega Construction Group Inc

Alpha Omega Construction Group Inc

Alpha Omega Construction Group Inc
9549 Hamburg Rd, Ladson SC, 29456 USA

Overview

About Us

A roof is there to protect a home owner’s two most precious possessions... their house AND their family. We at Alpha Omega Construction Group, Inc. provide homeowners with the best option for all of their roofing needs and have been representing the Carolinas for over 25 years. No matter what the weather brings, your roof is essential to protecting you and your personal belongings; so It is important to always know what condition your roof is in. That is why it is recommendable to have your roof inspected periodically to help uncover any sort of damage that has occurred or even the damage hiding and lurking out of sight. If it is as simple as a roof repair, a roof replacement or a new build, the pros at Alpha Omega Construction Group Inc. will be prepared to treat your roof with the care and precision you deserve.

At-A-Glance
Member Since:
9/10/2015

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Customer Reviews

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4.6 (69)

Google Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers on Google

  • "***Reported review to Google that came in 3 hours after mine from Rachael Carter for a 5 star review on roof install to counter my 1 star review. She is the wife of a Sales Person who works for this roofing company giving a fake review. Very Shady!*** We have a newly built house by Lennar, who contracted Alpha Omega to do the roof. Our inspection of the roof Alpha Omega installed by our independent inspector showed multiple code violations. Lennar/Alpha Omega denied there are any violations after we shared the report with Lennar/Alpha Omega and they declined fixing it. We actually had parts of our shingles taken off to show these code violations were across the entire roof (Which Alpha Omega/Lennar prior to us doing this said this would not be the case). Here are the violations our inspector found. Lennar refuses to comment on this and the Director of Operations at Alpha Omega insists this is the quality work that Alpha Omega Construction group does. Hopefully this helps other people steer clear of this company for roofing! They do not follow code, use cheaper materials than what they are supposed to use and won't fix the issues. They just randomly fastened the roof using probably half of the fasteners they should have for this high wind area. A bunch of new houses have this issue in our neighborhood. Once the inspections started coming in by us and other residents, we noticed the new roofs had proper spacing and were lined up correctly when they installed the underlayment. 1. 15LB underlayment used when build docs call for 30LB 2. Shingles not installed per manufacturer. 6 nails per shingle is required and spacing between nails should be .5" to 2.5" from right to left and ours are spaced 6-10+ inches. 3. Underlayment cap fastener spacing on our roof ranged from 7-19". Code requires a MAX of 6" on center. 36" section of our underlayment that was examined only had 4 fasteners. 4. The underlayment nailing pattern exceeded the 6 inch on center spacing requirement as specified by code. 12" to 16" on center spacing was observed. In summary, the inspection results at all four test locations (drip edges and upslope areas at main and garage roofs) checked at this home all indicated the code required 6 inch nail spacing of the underlayment was not provided. In addition, the shingle nail spacing also greatly deviated from the code requirements for high wind zone fastening requirements specified by the shingle manufacturer. Roof Covering replacement is required for code compliance."

    - L.T, Mar 26, 2022

  • "We have a newly built house by Lennar, who contracted Alpha Omega to do the roof. Our inspection of the roof Alpha Omega installed by our independent inspector showed multiple code violations. Lennar/Alpha Omega denied there are any violations after we shared the report with Lennar/Alpha Omega and they declined fixing it. We actually had parts of our shingles taken off to show these code violations were across the entire roof (Which Alpha Omega/Lennar prior to us doing this said this would not be the case). Here are the violations our inspector found. Lennar refuses to comment on this and the Director of Operations at Alpha Omega insists this is the quality work that Alpha Omega Construction group does. Hopefully this helps other people steer clear of this company for roofing! They do not follow code, use cheaper materials than what they are supposed to use and won't fix the issues. They just randomly fastened the roof using probably half of the fasteners they should have for this high wind area. A bunch of new houses have this issue in our neighborhood. Once the inspections started coming in by us and other residents, we noticed the new roofs had proper spacing and were lined up correctly when they installed the underlayment. 1. 15LB underlayment used when build docs call for 30LB 2. Shingles not installed per manufacturer. 6 nails per shingle is required and spacing between nails should be .5" to 2.5" from right to left and ours are spaced 6-10+ inches. 3. Underlayment cap fastener spacing on our roof ranged from 7-19". Code requires a MAX of 6" on center. 36" section of our underlayment that was examined only had 4 fasteners. 4. The underlayment nailing pattern exceeded the 6 inch on center spacing requirement as specified by code. 12" to 16" on center spacing was observed. In summary, the inspection results at all four test locations (drip edges and upslope areas at main and garage roofs) checked at this home all indicated the code required 6 inch nail spacing of the underlayment was not provided. In addition, the shingle nail spacing also greatly deviated from the code requirements for high wind zone fastening requirements specified by the shingle manufacturer. Roof Covering replacement is required for code compliance."

    - L.T, Mar 25, 2022

  • "A situation of disappointment. Upon contact, I was given a day to come by and inspect for the repair, and notified a few days would follow before the quote. That did happen as stated. I sent a message to the group to explain a date range required to begin the repair, due to other contractors at my house (I needed them to finish first), and received a reply a few days later that it was already scheduled for a certain date. I had no idea, but, all the same; it was 2 weeks from the time of mention, and would work out fine. The week the repair was to begin, came, and I hadn’t heard anything from the company, but assumed everything was on schedule; I took off the Friday the repair was to commence as I needed to be present to make a pipe repair during the time my roof was being replaced. Morning of the day the repair was to begin came, and by 9:30, no sign of anyone. I called the companies secretary who informed me “they were probably collecting supplies”, no big deal. Noon came, no one. 2 o’clock came, no one. I decided to call the company back around 3, and to their surprise no one had shown up. To keep a long story short, I was very unhappy and informed them to cancel the work order. One thing I have never experienced in my time hiring contractors is a no show, no call. All other constraints, I’ve experienced, but this…..For a company this big and regarded, what a shame. I wont be coming back or referring any of my future inquiries, but hope this review stands for correction of circumstances like this. If a reply other than “we are sorry” even be considered for this matter, It simply proves additional holes in the business model of this entity. I wish them the best, and hope for them, a better business practice."

    - R.S, Dec 1, 2021

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4.6 (69)

Google Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers on Google

  • "***Reported review to Google that came in 3 hours after mine from Rachael Carter for a 5 star review on roof install to counter my 1 star review. She is the wife of a Sales Person who works for this roofing company giving a fake review. Very Shady!*** We have a newly built house by Lennar, who contracted Alpha Omega to do the roof. Our inspection of the roof Alpha Omega installed by our independent inspector showed multiple code violations. Lennar/Alpha Omega denied there are any violations after we shared the report with Lennar/Alpha Omega and they declined fixing it. We actually had parts of our shingles taken off to show these code violations were across the entire roof (Which Alpha Omega/Lennar prior to us doing this said this would not be the case). Here are the violations our inspector found. Lennar refuses to comment on this and the Director of Operations at Alpha Omega insists this is the quality work that Alpha Omega Construction group does. Hopefully this helps other people steer clear of this company for roofing! They do not follow code, use cheaper materials than what they are supposed to use and won't fix the issues. They just randomly fastened the roof using probably half of the fasteners they should have for this high wind area. A bunch of new houses have this issue in our neighborhood. Once the inspections started coming in by us and other residents, we noticed the new roofs had proper spacing and were lined up correctly when they installed the underlayment. 1. 15LB underlayment used when build docs call for 30LB 2. Shingles not installed per manufacturer. 6 nails per shingle is required and spacing between nails should be .5" to 2.5" from right to left and ours are spaced 6-10+ inches. 3. Underlayment cap fastener spacing on our roof ranged from 7-19". Code requires a MAX of 6" on center. 36" section of our underlayment that was examined only had 4 fasteners. 4. The underlayment nailing pattern exceeded the 6 inch on center spacing requirement as specified by code. 12" to 16" on center spacing was observed. In summary, the inspection results at all four test locations (drip edges and upslope areas at main and garage roofs) checked at this home all indicated the code required 6 inch nail spacing of the underlayment was not provided. In addition, the shingle nail spacing also greatly deviated from the code requirements for high wind zone fastening requirements specified by the shingle manufacturer. Roof Covering replacement is required for code compliance."

    - L.T.

  • "We have a newly built house by Lennar, who contracted Alpha Omega to do the roof. Our inspection of the roof Alpha Omega installed by our independent inspector showed multiple code violations. Lennar/Alpha Omega denied there are any violations after we shared the report with Lennar/Alpha Omega and they declined fixing it. We actually had parts of our shingles taken off to show these code violations were across the entire roof (Which Alpha Omega/Lennar prior to us doing this said this would not be the case). Here are the violations our inspector found. Lennar refuses to comment on this and the Director of Operations at Alpha Omega insists this is the quality work that Alpha Omega Construction group does. Hopefully this helps other people steer clear of this company for roofing! They do not follow code, use cheaper materials than what they are supposed to use and won't fix the issues. They just randomly fastened the roof using probably half of the fasteners they should have for this high wind area. A bunch of new houses have this issue in our neighborhood. Once the inspections started coming in by us and other residents, we noticed the new roofs had proper spacing and were lined up correctly when they installed the underlayment. 1. 15LB underlayment used when build docs call for 30LB 2. Shingles not installed per manufacturer. 6 nails per shingle is required and spacing between nails should be .5" to 2.5" from right to left and ours are spaced 6-10+ inches. 3. Underlayment cap fastener spacing on our roof ranged from 7-19". Code requires a MAX of 6" on center. 36" section of our underlayment that was examined only had 4 fasteners. 4. The underlayment nailing pattern exceeded the 6 inch on center spacing requirement as specified by code. 12" to 16" on center spacing was observed. In summary, the inspection results at all four test locations (drip edges and upslope areas at main and garage roofs) checked at this home all indicated the code required 6 inch nail spacing of the underlayment was not provided. In addition, the shingle nail spacing also greatly deviated from the code requirements for high wind zone fastening requirements specified by the shingle manufacturer. Roof Covering replacement is required for code compliance."

    - L.T.

  • "A situation of disappointment. Upon contact, I was given a day to come by and inspect for the repair, and notified a few days would follow before the quote. That did happen as stated. I sent a message to the group to explain a date range required to begin the repair, due to other contractors at my house (I needed them to finish first), and received a reply a few days later that it was already scheduled for a certain date. I had no idea, but, all the same; it was 2 weeks from the time of mention, and would work out fine. The week the repair was to begin, came, and I hadn’t heard anything from the company, but assumed everything was on schedule; I took off the Friday the repair was to commence as I needed to be present to make a pipe repair during the time my roof was being replaced. Morning of the day the repair was to begin came, and by 9:30, no sign of anyone. I called the companies secretary who informed me “they were probably collecting supplies”, no big deal. Noon came, no one. 2 o’clock came, no one. I decided to call the company back around 3, and to their surprise no one had shown up. To keep a long story short, I was very unhappy and informed them to cancel the work order. One thing I have never experienced in my time hiring contractors is a no show, no call. All other constraints, I’ve experienced, but this…..For a company this big and regarded, what a shame. I wont be coming back or referring any of my future inquiries, but hope this review stands for correction of circumstances like this. If a reply other than “we are sorry” even be considered for this matter, It simply proves additional holes in the business model of this entity. I wish them the best, and hope for them, a better business practice."

    - R.S.

  • "My name is Shantal and I returned to Charleston from N.Y and decided to renovate our 1935 family home. It has been in our family since 1978. This home is located in the Chicora/Cherokee area. I researched and came across Alpha Omega Construction which had multiple Excellent reviews, to do my siding. I contacted Mr. Patrick and from that moment on the journey of restoration became flawless. Mr. Patrick exuded professionalism, knowledge and empathy. He was thorough. Mr. Patrick walked me through this project with kindness and patience. He would answer all my questions and didn't "man splain". He gave various options from how to beautify the house to payment options. He was empathetic when the quote was over my budget. He worked with me so that I could have what I wanted within my budget. I continously praised his work ethics. It was above and beyond. I inquired about shutters and the next day this guy shows up with a sample of shutters. And he installed it for me! Another time, my workers were trying to get my refrigerator up the steps, here comes Patrick out of no where appears and lifts this stainless steal fridge, amazing. Sometimes I called him "the Calvary." Mr. Patrick understood that not only I needed this but the Chicora/Cherokee neighborhood needed this. Our neighborhood is known as a low income area. However Patrick took the job, took the challenge to restore this house to the Beacon of light that it was and is, once again because of him. He understood that this was for my mother, for our next generation and to uplift the community. Adults, children, strangers ,various people have stopped and say "that Is a Beautiful house" or would say "you are doing a good job." This is because of Mr. Patrick he took what I could only imagine and made it a reality for us. Alpha Omega Construction demonstrates professionalism, knowledge, pride, attention to detail and most of all kindness. Thank you I am grateful 🙏🏽"

    - S.D.

  • "Very efficient and did a wonderful job! Recommend them to everyone needing a roof!"

    - B.A.

  • "Had windows installed and they did a superb job. Super quick and very professional. Love my new windows. Best company in Charleston! Will definitely use them again."

    - J.T.

  • "Crew replaced wooden decking on a covered porch with composite. Patrick kept in touch with me during the entire process which was greatly appreciated. I look forward to working with them on future projects."

    - B.P.

  • "I can’t say enough good things about these guys. In two days they completely replaced the siding on half of my house and installed four windows. They were not only fast but performed a flawless job. Communication was perfect as Patrick was constantly checking in on the project. Everyone was professional and friendly. I would highly recommend to anyone."

    - E.B.

  • "Our poor stairs were rotting, & we needed a replacement badly! We chose Trex & couldn’t be happier! Patrick was quick to respond every step of the way from initial quote to completed project. He and his team were fast with getting us scheduled and completing the install. Our stairs are not only sturdy but beautiful. Very positive experience!!"

    - K.G.

  • "I truly can not say enough about how easy this company was to work with! Very upfront and responsive to any questions I had at probably the most inconvenient times. As anyone that has had to hire someone for improvements or repairs knows it can be nerve racking and Patrick and his knowledgeable team put me completely as ease. The day of our window install was very professional and efficient and my family could not be more happy with the results. Will definitely will use Alpha Omega again in the future."

    - K.B.

  • "Terrible experience! I am still finding nails in my yard 3 months later! Spend the extra money and go with a larger, more professional company. Don't expect anyone to come on time or to receive a callback!"

    - A.P.

  • "After several 'roofing specialists' failed to understand the cause of a small leak, Patrick came up with the answer - poorly installed siding. His crews were polite, hard working and got the job done on time and to budget. Very professional and really pleased with the quality of the work. Also Patrick was on hand to answer questions and cover our concerns. Will recommend and use again."

    - P.W.

  • "I got in contact with Patrick Stewart on a Tuesday and he provided a quote by Thursday. My roof install was completed within the week! The crew arrived on time, Patrick made sure they had the material they needed, and he supervised the entire project. I have worked with many roofers in new home construction in Charleston, but Patrick Stewart and his crew are by far the best! My neighbor is a realtor and saw the Alpha Omega sign in my yard and mentioned that she always recommends them and even had her own roof installed by them. I am very pleased with my new roof and highly recommend Patrick with Alpha Omega."

    - A.B.

  • "Not pleased with AO. They did not complete a job and they do not want to make it right. I called a salesman in Charleston and never received a call back, I spoke with a very nice lady in the office who stated that her manager wouldn't do anything further, and I sent a message through the website and never received a response. I feel I've given AO every opportunity."

    - B.B.

  • "Great price. Good work."

    - R.B.

  • "Patrick and his crew are awesome! Patrick went above and beyond to help me during this process. Even my neighbors commented on how efficient and polite their team was. My property was left spotless and my new roof looks amazing! From start to finish this was a great company to work with!"

    - D.B.

  • "Alpha Omega has to be one of the most professional companies I have ever dealt with. They were prompt and courteous, and their estimator Donald Taylor was an expert in roof repairs. He nailed the issues (pun intended), and stopped our roof leaks completely. When I do need a new roof, you better believe I'm using Alpha Omega! Thank you Donald!!!"

    - C.H.

  • "They did a great job communicating as I determined the details of my roofing. It was all done in a day and they cleaned up so my yard looked better than before they came. I'm impressed with the work. I highly recommend them."

    - J.G.

  • "Incredibly impressed with Alpha Omega. The work they did was impeccable and they came in on the very low end of their projected quote. Would gladly have paid 2x what the price was. They replaced part of the wood and shingles in an area of our roof and blended the new shingles in perfectly with the old. Exceptional quality and value."

    - B.L.

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4.9 (42)

GAF Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers with verified GAF purchases

  • "Customer asked us not to share his/her review."

    - X.X, | Summerville SC
    Oct 27, 2021

  • - P.T, | Seabrook Island SC
    Jul 6, 2021

  • "Extremely pleased with our roofing contractor."

    - 2. | Johns Island SC
    Oct 28, 2020

4.9 (42)

GAF Reviews

Contractor reviews from customers with verified GAF purchases

  • "Customer asked us not to share his/her review."

    - X.X, | Summerville SC

  • - P.T, | Seabrook Island SC

  • "Extremely pleased with our roofing contractor."

    - 2. | Johns Island SC

  • - M.B, | Kiawah Island SC

  • "GREAT JOB"

    - M.D, | CHARLESTON SC

  • - N.R, | CHARLESTON SC

  • "NICK LARABEE"

    - A.B, | SNEADS FERRY NC

  • "Customer asked us not to share his/her review."

    - X.X, | JOHNS ISLAND SC

  • - F.W, | EDISTO ISLAND SC

  • - M.P, | N CHARLESTON SC

  • "Excellent job from start to finish%21 Best roofer %21"

    - F.D, | SUNSET BEACH NC

  • "VERY PLEASED WITH WHOLE PROCESS"

    - C.C, | Leland NC

  • "HARD WORKING AND POLITE"

    - C.F, | WILMINGTON NC

  • "OUR CONTRACTOR NICHOLAS"

    - P.P, | LELAND NC

  • "Nick Larabee was courteous %26 professional."

    - J.S, | MYRTLE BEACH SC

  • "ALPHA OMEGA DONE A GREAT"

    - C.M, | ROCKY POINT NC

  • - W.R, | EMERALD ISLE NC

  • "GREAT SERVICE AND PROFESSIONAL"

    - A.A, | SNEADS FERRY NC

  • "NEED TO HAVE AT LEAST ONE PERSON SPEAK"

    - W.C, | HAMPSTEAD NC

  • "Excellent Service and Job well done"

    - C.M, | Goose Creek SC

  • "PROFESSIONAL KNOWLEDGEABLE CONTRACTOR"

    - L.D, | CASTLE HAYNE NC

  • "ALPHA-OMEGA"

    - C.C, | NEWPORT NC

  • "Professional & knowledgable"

    - M.H, | HOLLYWOOD SC

  • "Customer asked us not to share his/her review."

    - X.X, | North Charleston SC

  • - E.F, | Mt Pleasant SC

  • "KNOWLEDGEABLE"

    - B.H, | Moncks Corner SC

  • "KNOWLEDGEABLE"

    - B.H, | Moncks Corner SC

  • - M.S, | Summerville SC

  • "KNOWLEDGEABLE AND HELPFUL"

    - C.T, | Charleston SC

  • "Customer asked us not to share his/her review."

    - X.X, | Murrells Inlet SC

  • - D.K, | Kiawah Island SC

  • "CONTRACTOR WAS PROFESSIONAL & COURTEOUS"

    - H.S, | MT PLEASANT SC

  • "CONTRACTOR DID ALL THEY SAID THEY WOULD"

    - P.E, | JOHNS ISLAND SC

  • - K.W, | MEGGETT SC

  • "CONTRACTOR VERY HELPFUL TO KNOWLEDGEABLE"

    - C.K, | JOHNS ISLAND SC

  • "HARD WORKIGN PROFESSIONALS"

    - P.S, | DANIEL ISLAND SC

  • "FANTASTIC WORK"

    - J.H, | SUMMERVILLE SC

  • - K.S, | Mt Pleasant SC

  • "Alpha Omega Construction Group exceeded my expectations"

    - R.K, | Summerville SC

  • "OUTSTANDING CONTRACTOR"

    - K.F, | Johns Island SC

  • - B.K, | Johns Island SC

  • "GREAT JOB"

    - B.H, | Ladson SC

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