We hired GVS (Mr. Gutierrez) in May 2018 to build a single story 3000 sqft house in Henderson NV. The move in date was promised to be June 2019 and today, June 2020, the kitchen is not even installed. Our two year ordeal was a nightmare and following are just a few of the issues we had with GVS. According to contract, GVS must present change orders prior to proceeding but most of the times, GVS presented us with a huge bill for work which was never approved months after completion. GVS installed a 400amp electric panel and applied for 200amp electricity although the architect informed them that 600amp was necessary. According to contract, the drywall structure should have been level 4 but GVS only wanted to apply a level 3 knock down. We had to pay out of pocket for level 4. According to contract, a 3 coat stucco was to be applied. GVS only applied 2 coats and just applied a paint coat on top. The stucco and roof work is the worst I have ever seen. The stucco must now be redone for $16,500. The roof underlayment was exposed for 4 months and was burnt due to the long exposure. The house wrap was also exposed for 4 months and turned yellow, also due to the long exposure. Both materials have lost much of their life expectancy. Wiring in the kitchen was the wrong gauge, which could have led to a fire. A/C vents were missing, some wiring was completely missing e.g. wiring for the dish washer. Normally there are about 25 inspections for a new construction in Henderson. Our house had over 40 inspections which shows the lack of professionalism. In March 2020 we discovered that 2 liens from his subcontractors were installed against our house, no comment from GVS. Mr. Gutierrez extorted us into paying an unjustified invoice by threatening to shut down the project because he wanted us to pay for the installation of fire sprinklers although fire sprinklers were noted in the plans as mandatory. At this point we lost all trust in GVS and terminated the contract. Mr. Gutierrez immediately installed a lien against our house for $190,000. without considering faulty and unfinished work. We were only able to survive financially because we are cash payers. If we had needed a mortgage, we would have been completely wiped out.