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Reviews in Austin for ADA Contractors

Instant Repair Service
5.0
Ralph arrived when he said he would, and was knowledgeable about the installation of these disability aids. He worked quickly and neatly and was very pleasant. Highly recommended. I will call him again when we next need a handyman.
- Suzanne F....
Together Design & Build
5.0
The experience that I have had with this wonderful company is no less than super pleasant and exceptional. Edo and Roi gave me back my independence with a remodeled home and bathroom that has given me the ability to live again. Being Disabled should not be a prison sentence in your own home. I would recommend this company for any remodel need you could possibly imagine. I am so Grateful we found them
- David H....
WDRP Home Repairs
3.0
Gentleman came to fix the front and back doors for an older, disabled woman. He seemed competent and did the work fine. Price was reasonable. We were disappointed that he was unable to provide a written invoice for the work, which is something we needed and expected a reputable company to be able to provide. Lastly, he was very passionate about his Christian faith but he overstepped bounds a bit with the preaching. Just FYI.
- Keri H....
Statewide Remodeling
5.0
I thought they did a real good job. They were good at communicating with us to figure out what we wanted. They knew everything to do and how it do it correctly to make sure everything was constructed very sturdy. They were very diligent in working with my wife to make sure it was exactly what she wanted. I would recommend them. I was very happy with the work and that they knew exactly what to do.
- David R....
TRI COUNTY CONSTRUCTION
5.0
In August of 2009, our house caught on fire destroying the kitchen; the rest of the house suffered terrible smoke damage. My husband, who was a construction estimator, took on the task of selecting the general contractor who would rebuild our house - his choice was Tri-County Construction. He felt they were honest with him and he just had a good gut feeling about the company. Shortly afterwords, my husband fell ill and it fell to me to meet with Bob, Wayne and Jody and to sign the paperwork for them to undertake the project. The house is so incredibly beautiful - they brought in contractors whose work was just beautiful and beautifully executed. I was never left in the dark about the rebuild - they explained everything, each step of the way. All of their subcontractors were professional and a joy to speak with. The house we have now is far more beautiful and more functional than it was prior to the fire. I can't say enough about Tri-County. They really took very good care of us. After my husband fell ill, Jody, Bob and Wayne would gently ask how he was doing and were there emotionally for me when he passed away prior to the house being completed. They took care of the house rebuild and took care of me and our kids through a terribly difficult time. Just wonderful, wonderful people and a great company! My husband couldn't have picked a better company to rebuild our lives.I really don't know the cost of the rebuild - that was all part of the conversations that my husband and Tri-County had before he fell ill.
- Catherine K....
New Creation Construction LLC
1.0
yes, I did contact and speak with a worker directly. I live in Bryan, but my family lives in Fort Worth. I was calling on their behalf. I spoke with a man and he said he was going to talk with my family to set up an estimate. My family said he did call them to schedule, but never showed up at the designated time for the estimate of services.
- Josefa P....
Walker Contracting
5.0
We were getting our house ready to put on the market, fixing 10 years of wear & tear. Richard Walker, his son & someone who was very good with windows did the work in about 1 week. It was apparent that Walker contracting had a wealth of knowledge & experience. At the end, the work improved the appearance of the house 100%. Mr Walker discussed all aspects of the work, advising where could save money & where should spend money, consulting almost daily to ensure we were on the same page. After the work was done I had the house inspected & came up with a few more items that needed to be addressed to bring house to code. For these items (phase 2) he met or exceed code. Where Walker Contracting exceed my expectations was on the water heater. The water heater developed a leak related to its age but was under warranty. Mr Walker spent well over 4 hours to make sure the water heater was replaced although both a big box store & water heater manufacturer insisted it was not their problem-his advocacy resulted in a new, cost free water heater. Mr Walker could easily have kicked the problem back to me to resolve, although as a disabled vet draining and moving the water heater would have been impossible for me. The cost for all this work was a bit below what I expected, I could easily have seen paying more for this quality of work. I would work with guys again in a heartbeat & recommend their services.
- Ed M....
Altruistic Home Repair/Remodel
5.0
I was pretty satisfied with Al's work. Al's bid was one of the highest but I went with him based on reviews and the fact that he seems like a good employer (provides health insurance, disability benefits, etc. to his employees). Pros: He and his team are very punctual and courteous. Al even offered a cheaper fix if I wanted to just fix the shower drain connection once he identified the problem. But knowing that the previous contractor who worked on this did a horrible job, I was afraid of other problems with the shower. So Al and team did the whole shower. It's great that Al has a good team - it's not just one guy trying to do everything. There were always 2-3 of them working, helping and cleaning up, which was nice. They are a very professional team who I was happy to have done the work. They didn't take any shortcuts and kept me pretty well updated on each step, which is nice because of past bad experiences. Cons: The tiles on one wall had to get re-laid because it was too bumpy and crooked and didn't look good. Al took it upon himself to fix this. But overall, their tile laying wasn't as good as could be - you can definitely see where they did the work and it is not as smooth and straight as the original work in rest of the shower. The fixing added more time and the whole job did take longer than initially stated (3.5 days instead of 2). But honestly, I think laying these 1x1-inch square tile sheets are a pretty fine skill and easy to mess up. I truly did appreciate Al standing up for his work and fixing the errors. Overall, I would definitely use Al's service again for other repairs and jobs. Besides the minor bumps, the bathroom looks great. And he guarantees his work for a long time. Highly recommended.
- Anupam S....
Hyatt's Roofing & Remodeling
1.0
Clayton Hyatt is a skilled criminal at consumer fraud and deceptive trade practices. He uses tactics that make him seem sincere and credible when you try to call him for explanation as to why they have not performed the services you paid for, but this is only to buy him more time and hope that his victims eventually give up.
- Erin S....
OnCall Home Services
3.0
Called for a consultation/estimation, guy came out, showed him what I wanted (rails up the stairs, wife had surgery recently, and needed railings). Two short flights and a landing (5 rails total). Stairwell is one of these modern ones that has a flat surface on top and drywalled walls. Consultant they sent told me what it would cost, and what would be needed to be done. We agreed to a price, and they arranged someone to come out and work on it. Installer who arrived was personable, polite, and had a polite trainee with him. Unfortunately, the guy who wrote up the work order didn't really put a lot of thought into it, didn't give the right specs, and didn't realize what exactly the job entailed. I count on the people who I hire to know this, if I was an expert in home modification, I wouldn't hire people to do it. :) First off, the guy who spec'd the job had 2 mounting brackets for each 7 foot rail. You can't hold 7 foot rails on with 2 railing holders, not without the 7 foot rail bouncing up and down as you put weight on it. I have a disabled wife, and she needs something solid, not something that gives with each step. So the installer (who was, again, nice and seemed fairly competent) got on the phone, and they upped the price to go buy more parts. Then he had to install the rails using 300lb drywall mounts. It's been about 6-8 weeks, and the rails are already starting to shimmy as you walk up, because the drywall mounts are wriggling. I figure the rails will last about a year before I have to replace them. Looking back on it, the guy who spec'd it out, is to me, the issue. He apparently didn't know how to do rails, and gave a bad price and bad design to the installer. If I had it to do over again, I now know what I'd do. I'd put up an half-inch plank with a rounded edge up each side of the stairway, bolted to the two-by-fours in the wall wherever they are. Then I'd bolt the railing to that plank at the equal-distant points they need to be bolted in at, rather than in the drywall on drywall mounts. I'm giving the ratings I'm giving because they responded quickly, worked in a kind of remote area, and the installer seemed competent and did a good job with what he had to work with. I didn't give a better rating because the initial consultation should have pointed out to me the need for a mounting plate, and should never have spec'd a job to have a 7 foot long rail mounted on only two brackets (especially not a 1.5 inch thick hand rail). Next time, I will ask the contractor representative who specs the job what he thinks the installer will need and buy my own supplies, so I know there are enough supplies and the right type, rather than having my bill go up at the last minute due to bad design on his part.
- Erin W....

ADA Contractors in Austin

5.0

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Georgetown, TX

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Business Description: Service Network is moving into maintenance and repair ,electrical ,lighting ,LED remodel fixtures,or specialy ,light plumbing ,H.V.A.C service , kitchen ,bath, remodeled ,deck and porch add on's.Also covered patio's we have 25 years in maintenance and repair field,along with remodeling ,facility maintenance,residential repairs
5.0

(1)

Cedar Park, TX

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Business Description: Alter Construction offers estimates, proposals, design services, home improvement, remodeling services, home modifications, custom homes, general construction services in Austin, Texas and adjacent areas. We are a full service construction company. With years of experience we saw the lack of customer service and proper execution for new builds and remodeling projects. For that reason, our specialized team is dedicated to providing families with responsive, clear communication. We guarantee an outstanding customer service experience. Whether you need a kitchen remodel, a bathroom remodel, a room addition, or home modifications for elderly or disabled residents, Alter Construction will complete your project with responsive communication, to your satisfaction, and on time.
2.0

(4)

City Of Industry, CA

Business Description: American Tubs designs and manufactures a complete line of premium quality Walk-In Bathtubs that are ideal for people with Limited Mobility, Seniors, Disabled and people with pain, arthritis, stress and other debilitating conditions.
4.8

(35)

Round Rock, TX

Business Description: DRC, Inc. specializes in Residential and Commercial construction, Complex Remodels, ADA compliance, New construction and Renovations for Residential/Commercial over $10,000.00. All projects are managed by experienced Project Managers. Call: 512-363-6753, Email: dominionmobile@gmail.com The BEST way to contact us is through EMAIL.
5.0

(1)

Buda, TX

Business Description: We are a full service building, remodeling and renovation company. We build houses, garages, barns and other structures. We have completed over 500 kitchen remodels and over 100 bathroom remodels. We are capable of all aspects of home building. remodeling or renovation, from foundation to roof. We do work based on cost plus, fixed bid or hourly rates, depending on the customers needs. We do not increase material prices, we only cover our time costs to procure the materials. I get discounts on paint, flooring, granite, plumbing and electrical supplies. We were a member of the TRCC, BBB, NARI, and NKBA without any complaints. We installed kitchens and baths for Home Depot for 7 years prior to being activated for OIFII (Iraq). This is a disabled veteran owned business. We are a small company, but with a strong group of subcontractors that we have worked with for years. We carry General Liability insurance and warranty our work. If we can't do the job correctly we won't take the work.
4.9

(119)

Austin, TX

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Recent Review: Ralph arrived when he said he would, and was knowledgeable about the installation of these disability aids. He worked quickly and neatly and was very pleasant. Highly recommended. I will call him again when we next need a handyman.
4.8

(19)

Austin, TX

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Recent Review: The experience that I have had with this wonderful company is no less than super pleasant and exceptional. Edo and Roi gave me back my independence with a remodeled home and bathroom that has given me the ability to live again. Being Disabled should not be a prison sentence in your own home. I would recommend this company for any remodel need you could possibly imagine. I am so Grateful we found them
4.7

(88)

Manor, TX

Business Description: Are You Selling You Home? Visit our website FIRST! www.whywaitrealestateservices.com Family owned & operated. Cost is determined by the job. No travel charges. Does not use subs. No service fees. May contact through email. Completion bonding upon request.
3.9

(268)

Dallas, TX

Recent Review: I thought they did a real good job. They were good at communicating with us to figure out what we wanted. They knew everything to do and how it do it correctly to make sure everything was constructed very sturdy. They were very diligent in working with my wife to make sure it was exactly what she wanted. I would recommend them. I was very happy with the work and that they knew exactly what to do.
4.8

(32)

Manchaca, TX

Recent Review: In August of 2009, our house caught on fire destroying the kitchen; the rest of the house suffered terrible smoke damage. My husband, who was a construction estimator, took on the task of selecting the general contractor who would rebuild our house - his choice was Tri-County Construction. He felt they were honest with him and he just had a good gut feeling about the company. Shortly afterwords, my husband fell ill and it fell to me to meet with Bob, Wayne and Jody and to sign the paperwork for them to undertake the project. The house is so incredibly beautiful - they brought in contractors whose work was just beautiful and beautifully executed. I was never left in the dark about the rebuild - they explained everything, each step of the way. All of their subcontractors were professional and a joy to speak with. The house we have now is far more beautiful and more functional than it was prior to the fire. I can't say enough about Tri-County. They really took very good care of us. After my husband fell ill, Jody, Bob and Wayne would gently ask how he was doing and were there emotionally for me when he passed away prior to the house being completed. They took care of the house rebuild and took care of me and our kids through a terribly difficult time. Just wonderful, wonderful people and a great company! My husband couldn't have picked a better company to rebuild our lives.I really don't know the cost of the rebuild - that was all part of the conversations that my husband and Tri-County had before he fell ill.
4.6

(235)

Fort Worth, TX

Recent Review: Hiring a service contractor can be an expensive and sometimes the results are not very positive. This was a very positive experience. Steve came on time as agreed, he worked hard and efficiently and got through the list in less time than anticipated, and is willing to come back at a later date to do some more work to complete the full days work. I am disabled and have limited mobility, and I was impressed at his willingness to do even small tasks. (Grease the garage door so it didn't squeak!) Everything he repaired/replaced is working beautifully. One task required purchasing a connector that I had not been able to find, and he was able to purchase and install it very easily. He is obviously a professional. He brought all his own tools and took the trash with him. I will use his services again without hesitation.
4.7

(5)

Dripping Springs, TX

Recent Review: We were getting our house ready to put on the market, fixing 10 years of wear & tear. Richard Walker, his son & someone who was very good with windows did the work in about 1 week. It was apparent that Walker contracting had a wealth of knowledge & experience. At the end, the work improved the appearance of the house 100%. Mr Walker discussed all aspects of the work, advising where could save money & where should spend money, consulting almost daily to ensure we were on the same page. After the work was done I had the house inspected & came up with a few more items that needed to be addressed to bring house to code. For these items (phase 2) he met or exceed code. Where Walker Contracting exceed my expectations was on the water heater. The water heater developed a leak related to its age but was under warranty. Mr Walker spent well over 4 hours to make sure the water heater was replaced although both a big box store & water heater manufacturer insisted it was not their problem-his advocacy resulted in a new, cost free water heater. Mr Walker could easily have kicked the problem back to me to resolve, although as a disabled vet draining and moving the water heater would have been impossible for me. The cost for all this work was a bit below what I expected, I could easily have seen paying more for this quality of work. I would work with guys again in a heartbeat & recommend their services.
4.7

(254)

Austin, TX

Recent Review: I was pretty satisfied with Al's work. Al's bid was one of the highest but I went with him based on reviews and the fact that he seems like a good employer (provides health insurance, disability benefits, etc. to his employees). Pros: He and his team are very punctual and courteous. Al even offered a cheaper fix if I wanted to just fix the shower drain connection once he identified the problem. But knowing that the previous contractor who worked on this did a horrible job, I was afraid of other problems with the shower. So Al and team did the whole shower. It's great that Al has a good team - it's not just one guy trying to do everything. There were always 2-3 of them working, helping and cleaning up, which was nice. They are a very professional team who I was happy to have done the work. They didn't take any shortcuts and kept me pretty well updated on each step, which is nice because of past bad experiences. Cons: The tiles on one wall had to get re-laid because it was too bumpy and crooked and didn't look good. Al took it upon himself to fix this. But overall, their tile laying wasn't as good as could be - you can definitely see where they did the work and it is not as smooth and straight as the original work in rest of the shower. The fixing added more time and the whole job did take longer than initially stated (3.5 days instead of 2). But honestly, I think laying these 1x1-inch square tile sheets are a pretty fine skill and easy to mess up. I truly did appreciate Al standing up for his work and fixing the errors. Overall, I would definitely use Al's service again for other repairs and jobs. Besides the minor bumps, the bathroom looks great. And he guarantees his work for a long time. Highly recommended.
1.4

(4)

San Antonio, TX

Recent Review: Clayton Hyatt is a skilled criminal at consumer fraud and deceptive trade practices. He uses tactics that make him seem sincere and credible when you try to call him for explanation as to why they have not performed the services you paid for, but this is only to buy him more time and hope that his victims eventually give up.
4.5

(701)

Austin, TX

Business Description: With over 20 years of experience servicing the Austin area, we strive to provide a wide array of high quality, affordable services. We offer home repair, remodeling, make-readies, custom interior and exterior paint, and many other services. Currently, we have five employees, and use professional and licensed subcontractors. ***We offer free estimates, price matching, flexible payment and financing available as well as.*** Call us today for your home repair and remodeling needs!
1.0

(2)

Bastrop, TX

Recent Review: This business is now dba as Timms Construction & Remodeling but it is the same business. The "D" is for Dick, the "L" is for Linda the wife. Their website [*** Link removed ***] is a complete fake. ALL of the pictures can be found on google images. None of those pictures are of any work they ever did. Stay far away from this company! I hired them near the end of June 2016 to do a build-back following mold remediation in my house. I thought I did my homework. References checked out, questions were satisfactorily answered, initial evaluation of the project was thorough, and the estimates seemed reasonable if a bit on the high side. That was the end of any positive dealings. My experience with this company began with a near total lack of communication. The only phone numbers are cell phones for the owner and his wife. They never answered their phones, and almost never returned calls. They also did not respond timely to emails, and most texts went unanswered. In talking to the owner on the phone, a number of times he got upset and just hung up on me. They were not reliable as to time or any promises. With outside work to be done in Central Texas in July, they only arrived before 10 am a couple of times. Most times they arrived well after 10 and left by 3 because it was too hot. They also did not keep promises as to when they would work. Several times they promised to arrive on a certain day, and just never showed up, with no communication as to why or when they would come, and as always, no answer when I tried to call. And then, while the owner does seem to have some skill in construction, he did very little of the work himself, but instead arrived with low-paid semi-skilled labor, and did not stay to supervise the work. Numerous times he left the jobsite, saying he'd be back shortly, and then just never showed up. Work on my project was substandard and shoddy overall, and left a terrible mess in my house. They did not cover any of my furniture or personal items including inside my pantry, which all became covered in drywall dust and texture. I belatedly used my own sheets and bought my own dropcloths but by then it was too late. They got drywall dust and texture overspray on my carpet, closet doors, bathtub and everywhere throughout my entire house. They destroyed my new garden hose. They took a sledge hammer to my outside brick wall instead of using a masonry sub to do the work and, in the process, broke a window, which ended up costing over a week's delay for them to obtain a replacement. That was after the owner and his wife tried to ***** off some cheap substitute that was not the right window. Initially the owner arrived with three workers, all un or semi-skilled, but after several weeks there was only one worker left, an older disable man, who clearly did not have the expertise to do the work he was tasked with doing. Near the end of the job that worker was complaining of not having been paid for three weeks, and stated the other workers weren't there reportedly because of also not having been paid. The owners continually pressured me to pay more money so they could buy more supplies and pay their help, after I had already paid thousands of dollars, the bulk of the bid, in advance. I refused, citing the terms of their own contract that stated final payment due on completion of the job, at which they became irate, and then started rushing the remaining work, with even worse quality than before, if that was even possible. They did use a masonry sub to re-brick the outside wall, but then tried to change the agreement to have me pay that sub directly and pay them instead, which nearly resulted in the sub walking off with the job half done. I did end up paying the sub, but it was an extremely unpleasant and unprofessional situation with me caught in the middle. They were also extremely slow. What should have been a five-day job at most was still unfinished after a month when I finally let them go, taking a loss to do so.They were very keen on getting a contract signed immediately and collecting a down payment, but then kept trying to add on extra charges and costs that were not disclosed and agreed on in advance as their own contract stipulates, some of which were complete fabrications. The owner's wife created a very ugly scene on my front lawn in front of others when I refused to pay an "invoice" for thousands of dollars for multiple items that had never been disclosed or agreed on, some of which were outright lies. She cursed me in front of my neighbors and the bricklayers, and threatened to tear down bricks with her bare hands. This has been one of the absolute worst experiences I've ever had in dealing with any company and I am posting this review in hopes of saving others from a similar experience. I ended up having to search for another contractor to fix and finish what this one was supposed to have done, but having already spent so much on this incompetent company, was unable to do what should have been done, which is completely tear it out and start over. The new contractor was excellent and did a good job fixing up the bad job, but I'm still having to deal with the substandard quality of this company's work. Consider this a warning. If you're considering hiring this company, proceed with extreme caution, or better yet don't proceed at all.

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What do customers in Austin say about ADA Contractors?

Ralph arrived when he said he would, and was knowledgeable about the installation of these disability aids. He worked quickly and neatly and was very pleasant. Highly recommended. I will call him again when we next need a handyman.