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Mike was a Super Hero…it was right in the middle of the Pandemic and he still managed to keep my project moving forward. He is good to his Subs, for they go out of their way to get the job done. I would hire him again and again!!

Claudia Cummings

Folsom, CA

“Mike Crom was absolutely 100% great, on time and on with the bid, had a great crew, the job site wasn’t easy, the work he did is beautiful and we love it, the elevation from the back of the lot to the front was difficult and they were able to overcome the challenges of the limited space. He was just great, came through for us on everything and made our house into a real home. We recommend Mike to everyone we talk to. He gave us a start date, a finish date and cost and everything was right on.”

Tom & Brett Mulligan
Reno, NV

“One of the biggest thing that impressed us about Mike is that we didn’t have clear view of what we were looking for, we knew we wanted to add-on to our house and remodel our bathroom, and we had some plans, but we were struggling with things like where to put the door, and Mike kind of beat up our plans a bit and showed us a much better way. He helped a lot. He also came up with a solution for improving the deck. His work was excellent and so was his crew. We had used him 20 years ago and would use him again because he stays on his timeline and the quality of work is great. He says six weeks and its six weeks.”

Ron & Kim Spoon
Sparks, NV

“We have done commercial projects in Reno, Sparks, and down in Las Vegas. Mike was the greatest. He was very quick and efficient. I recall that there wasn’t one single problem that came up during the entire project.”

Bill Buck
Reno, NV

“I’ve worked with Mike for several years on both residential and commercial construction and he’s excellent. He makes very good suggestions. I’ll have something in mind and he’ll make a little suggestion on how to do it better and it’ll work out just fine. No job is too small or too big, he does an excellent job on either. He’s just a great contractor.”

Jackie Cox
Reno, NV

Mike Crom and his team at Crom Construction, Inc. were the contractors of a 5,000sf custom home I designed at Heavenly Ski Resort at Lake Tahoe. Mike has an easy-going demeanor and was a pleasure to work with during the entire construction process. During the initial contractor interview I soon learned that Mike has a deep connection to the Tahoe area. As we drove around in his truck showcasing other custom home projects he had completed he described the days of growing up skiing in the Tahoe area and provided a bit of local history. The ski-in, ski-out home was located on a challenging steep site and included an integral 30 foot retaining wall and thick mat slab foundation system. The project also integrated the latest in building technology and included an ICF block foundation, timber frame support structure, SIPS panel wall and cold roof systems as well as the latest in radiant heat and HRV systems. All of these systems worked in harmony to create an incredibly energy efficient building. Mike was enthusiastic about new construction techniques and was integral in the processes of streamlining building procedures. During our weekly online meetings Mike provided photos of the building progress and schedule updates which was super helpful to the entire team. The finishes and attention to detail were top notch. Mike was able to procure some of the best sub-contractors, suppliers and craftsmen in the area to create a beautiful custom home that the entire team can be proud of and the Owners will enjoy for many years to come. I highly recommend Mike and his team and I look forward to working with him again on future projects.

~ Tad Jones, Architect

I am a construction defect attorney. I had a case about 15 years ago involving leaking balcony decks at a high-end Lake Tahoe condominium complex. Many architects and engineers had tried to solve the problem without success. Along came Mike Crom who presented an entirely different approach to the repair. The repair was completed by Crom Construction. The case then settled and the condominium owners are greatly pleased with the repair conducted at no cost to them. In 2016, I moved into a new home and sought to sell my former residence. Unfortunately, the old home had a tired out-of-date look to it. I consulted with Mike Crom who proposed a dramatic remodel. Crom Construction did the job and the house then sold at a considerable profit for me. Then, in 2019 I decided to add a large free standing garage at my new home to house a motor harm and boat. I gave no thought to hiring anyone other than Crom Construction. A beautiful building, the envy of my neighbors, was efficiently and timely completed by Crom Construction. I wholeheartedly recommend Crom Construction to anyone needing a quality construction project.(https://www.houzz.com/viewReview/1646064/crom-construction-inc-review)

Bob Maddox

“We had the pleasure of working with Crom Construction about 8 years ago and were very pleased with the outcome, so when the need recently arose we called on them to help us out again. Mike Crom is the kind of person that fine tunes even the smallest detail before work begins. He doesn't like leaving anything to chance. His professionalism and knowledge is what brought us back the second time. Mike and his project manager are very hands on and work with such great enthusiasm, and we noticed . They use only reputable sub-contractors that have the same work ethics. As a customer we were always informed and knew where they were on the project. They truly DELIVER! It is a pleasure to support such a fine and caring company. We will use Crom Construction for all our construction needs in the future, you should too. Mike’s fabulous. My dad was a contractor and I think Mike’s one of the truly honest contractors out there.”

Pam Opher
Reno, NV

Crom Construction was my contractor to build a 4 story 5000 sf high-end home at 7700 ft elevation next to a ski slope. This project was complex due to various factors. First was the snow season: There are many months of the year where the amount of snow prevents some types of exterior and site work. Another factor was the very steep grade (~30%) on the lot. This meant that there is a lot of excavation and soil retention required to build on this lot. New construction techniques were also employed on this project. The lower levels of the house used ICF (integrated concrete forms) and SIPs (structural insulated panels) construction were used to provide high structural performance as well as thermal performance instead of the traditional stock framing. The main structure of the house was based on timber frame construction which exposes structural wood beams on both inside of the house and outside. The roof was modified to add a cold roof (double roof) to eliminate the formation of ice dams. The floors included radiant floor heating instead of forced air. Building in the Tahoe mountains also requires compliance with strict fire codes: WUI (wilderness urban interface) requirements to toughen the resistance to sustained contact with fire. A tremendous amount of rock siding material was used to cover any lower parts of the house and any part of the house that might get in touch with the snow. Finally the HOA had strict guidelines which had to be met. This project required careful planning and communications. During certain times in the project weekly meetings were needed to provide the communication channels between the architect, contractor, interior designer, and owner. Crom construction provided clear and consistent communications and we have many active sessions working through complex design and decisions. I'm not going to lie and say there were no disagreements or issues in the project. Of course the owner will say that the project cost and the project schedule are not ideal. That is just a fact of life on a project of this scale in this environment. There were also a variety of disagreements where I pushed for using cheaper material or techniques. Crom Construction vigorously fought to maintain the highest quality of materials and construction methods and in the end won. Would I have saved money in this process if we decided to go the direction that I was pushing for? Yes, but in the end I'm pleased that we spend the additional money and time. In the end the final result and the quality of the end product was well worth it. Of course for other types of projects cutting cost would have been acceptable but for this project it was not. Crom was very meticulous in the quality of workmanship and were keeping a tight oversight on all the subcontractors that were working the various trades on this project. Site supervision was critical to coordinate and monitor all the subs were producing quality work. Summary: Great Job!!!!!!](https://www.houzz.com/viewReview/1659282/crom-construction-inc-review)

James Cho