As many as 44 homes were damaged after a controlled explosion at Mactaggart & Mickel's Polnoon housing development in Eaglesham, East Renfrewshire, sent rocks and debris flying through the air, causing damage to homes and cars on August 24.
But a meeting of Eaglesham Residents' Association heard that despite initial efforts by the construction giant to repair damage to homes, some work remains outstanding.
Ray Bulloch, 62, whose home and car were damaged said many claims had become bogged down in the insurance claim process.
Mr Bulloch said: "After an initial flurry of work to make repairs, M&M now say they are not now in a position to approve any further repairs and have passed the matter to their insurers who in turn passed it to their loss adjusters.
"Some residents were not satisfied with the quality and standard of M&M's work and chose to have repairs carried out by other tradesmen, at their own expense."
In response, Ed Monaghan, Chief Executive of Mactaggart & Mickel, said: "Let me reassure any resident that we will ensure payment of any legitimate costs incurred.
"Since the incident all residents who requested surveys of their properties have had this undertaken.
"We are disappointed that residents feel we have been in any way dismissive."