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Reviews in Louisville for ADA Contractors

Andy OnCall
5.0
The person that they sent to do the painting did an absolutely wonderful job and even went a little further than needed to. My husband is disabled so he put up some boards and things so he wouldn’t run into the wall anymore. He really did a nice job and I was very pleased. Andy OnCall came quickly; when I called them they had somebody in the area that could do the job and I did not have to wait for three or four weeks for someone to paint the room. They quoted me $925 but actually did it for less when they realized they did not have put two coats. They actually reduced the price after they completed the job. The young man that they sent here made some suggestions when I talked to him before on what to do with the problem that my husband has because he was tearing holes in the wall and rearranging it. It was nice to have someone who knew what they were talking about and could fix it without over charging me. They did not do more than what was needed which worked out really well. Their price was in line with other quotes that I had got.
- Sharon M....
Taecon Construction Services LLC
5.0
This was the largest remodel / upgrade we had ever undertaken. The first steps involved getting rid of the old. There was a small wet-bar and countertop that was completely removed and it's sink and drain cut off. Dry wall surrounding this area had to be replaced. Todd was able to keep the bar and top mostly intact and he installed it in our garage to act as my workbench. Very handy! About 1600 sq' of carpeting was removed including pad. This work was done with minimum noise and left over trash. Todd and his contractors did a very good job of policing the site throughout the 5 week process removing all trash daily or as needed. Walls were repaired as necessary and then the complete basement was repainted. It took multiple coats to cover the exiting coverings, but the painters were complete with this phase in a couple of days - stairwell included. They came back toward the end of the project to do final touch up work. A new laundry room was added including a laundry shoot from the master bedroom. This replaced a utility sink which was relocated to another part of the basement. The upstairs laundry was not disabled, but we intend to use the downstairs more often since we were able to make it much bigger than the one that came with the house. Cabinets and counter tops were next. Although they came in on time, they were a couple of end pieces missing that had to be ordered. The vast majority of the cabinets and all of the countertops were installed next. This vendor again returned to finish his work once the required end caps came in. Plumbing was run to appliances and kitchen sink. Then the new appliances were delivered and installed. Next came the significant floor work that we were looking to put in. Without going into technical details, we worked with Simply Concrete to install an amazing stained concrete floor. They created a tiled kitchen, cobblestone in the den and office areas and a mild earth tone over the remaining 1000 sq' covered. They did a remarkable job that really must be seen to be appreciated. Once the floor was completed, the final floor molding was installed and the painters came back to paint the molding and do any other needed touch ups. The gentleman who did the tiles for the kitchen splash guard came in last and finished his work over a couple of trips. All in all, we could not be happier. Ten or more different people worked on the project at different times and we had only one relationship to worry about - and that was with Todd. He was very responsive to questions, emails and even the occasional text (I am still apologizing for the early AM text one morning when I just happened to be up early. Todd was good natured about receiving such a non emergency early text.). We used Todd on a much smaller project several years ago and were pleased with his work then. We would use Taecon again in the future without hesitation. Todd makes managing the project and all the related anxieties work out to everyone's satisfaction. This project was well done, well managed and came in with in budget.
- Deborah G....
Mr Handyman of Louisville Northeast
1.0
We contacted Mr. Handyman to have several projects completed in our home. A day or so later, we received a call from Matt Pliska, technician, to discuss the projects. Initially we were going to pay him $79 for the first hour to walk through the house, diagnose and give us an idea of how many hours it would take to complete the projects so we had some kind of budget. On 8/3/2015, Matt called and said he was in the area, that although not the norm, he would like to stop by and walk through to see what all we needed done and that he would not charge us for the walk through. Ok. Great! He walked through the house, made notes and said he would like to meet at Lowe's the next morning to pick up materials. Originally we had only scheduled a half day of work. We wanted to just see what all could be completed in a half day. As we were walking around showing Matt all the issues, he realized how we had been taken advantage of by so many other companies with so much work still left undone after thousands of dollars had been spent. After meeting with Matt, I didn't push back when he wanted to be here the entire day on 8/4/2015. We met at Lowes and he had pretty much all the materials to repair every issue we had discussed, so I am thinking, wow, a lot is going to happen today. Perfect! Once we returned to my home, he began setting up. Set up took a really long time and you pay for their time whether it's shopping at Lowes or setting up to work. Which is fine, they tell you that upfront. I just wasn't expecting to pay for an hour service fee, just for him to set up for work. The first thing he worked on was conditioning the piece of veneer for our cabinets. Afterwards, he set up to begin repairing drywall. He explained to us that he uses a 3 step application process for the mud. We paid for a lot of explanation of everything. I really just wanted to say, I don't care how you do it, just do it. My full time job is taking care of my disabled father-n-law, so while Matt was working all day, my focus was on him. I didn't watch over Matt because I trusted he was steadily working. As we were approaching the end of the day, he mentioned he needed to go ahead and leave because it was his son's birthday. So of course. We helped him pack up and take his equipment to the van. I hurried this process along, didn't want to pay another full hour for him putting up his equipment. Before he left, I did a walk through. He explained that none of the drywall had been completed, only the first two steps, even though he was using fast set drywall compound. I didn't quite understand why, but after seeing what we had paid, based upon the work done, I was just ready for him to leave. Once again, we had spend a lot of money without much of a result. After he left, I began inspecting the areas that were worked on. I can now see why he uses his 3 step method. It takes much much longer, therefore you pay a lot more. He either didn't know how to mix the drywall compound or he turned it into a plaster paste like substance on purpose so that he could spend 2 hours sanding something that took 45 minutes to set. The mudding was all lumpy and rough. A sign it was not mixed well. It also covered the entire area, not just the tape joints. I decided to read the instructions on the bag. The instructions on the bag are for mixing the entire bag a once, so you have to do a calculation in order to mix small amounts. I went to the manufacturers website to see if there was a chart for mix per water. There wasn't, but in the comments section, several other professionals mentioned the best ratio. I had been doing the drywall myself, until we decided to have a professional come in to finish it all faster. So, I decided to sand down and even out Matt's second coat in the guest bath. I probably took off a 1/4 inch of excess drywall compound. Plus, the entire area had been covered with it, instead of just the joints, which made the area very uneven. So, I mixed my own compound which resulted in a nice smooth product. It went on perfectly and dried in about 45 min as the product suggests. So, I am now even more confused as to how Matt ended up doing the job that he did with the same compound. I wrote to the company describing my experience and never received any phone call or feedback, yet I know they received it, because they passed on the info in my email to Matt, who then sent me a text message regarding my comments. Completely unprofessional. I wrote to the company again regarding the text message, no response. When you look at the actual invoice for labor performed, it details every item we had on our list of of repairs, as if they were all completed. So, what Matt turned into his company looks like he did a ton of work for the day, when in fact all he did was place a total of about a 3/4 sheet of wall board and apply 2 coats of mudd plus conditioning the piece of veneer, for $788. To this day, we are still trying to level out the wall in the guest bathroom for painting and we have not even begun to work on the other areas Matt worked on. Once we save some more money, hopefully we can have an actual professional to come out and repair the job that Matt did and complete the work so that we have smooth walls ready to paint.
- John N....

ADA Contractors in Louisville

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.
4.5

(209)

Louisville, KY

Award 2020Super Service Award
Recent Review: The person that they sent to do the painting did an absolutely wonderful job and even went a little further than needed to. My husband is disabled so he put up some boards and things so he wouldn’t run into the wall anymore. He really did a nice job and I was very pleased. Andy OnCall came quickly; when I called them they had somebody in the area that could do the job and I did not have to wait for three or four weeks for someone to paint the room. They quoted me $925 but actually did it for less when they realized they did not have put two coats. They actually reduced the price after they completed the job. The young man that they sent here made some suggestions when I talked to him before on what to do with the problem that my husband has because he was tearing holes in the wall and rearranging it. It was nice to have someone who knew what they were talking about and could fix it without over charging me. They did not do more than what was needed which worked out really well. Their price was in line with other quotes that I had got.
4.7

(10)

SELLERSBURG, IN

Recent Review: This was the largest remodel / upgrade we had ever undertaken. The first steps involved getting rid of the old. There was a small wet-bar and countertop that was completely removed and it's sink and drain cut off. Dry wall surrounding this area had to be replaced. Todd was able to keep the bar and top mostly intact and he installed it in our garage to act as my workbench. Very handy! About 1600 sq' of carpeting was removed including pad. This work was done with minimum noise and left over trash. Todd and his contractors did a very good job of policing the site throughout the 5 week process removing all trash daily or as needed. Walls were repaired as necessary and then the complete basement was repainted. It took multiple coats to cover the exiting coverings, but the painters were complete with this phase in a couple of days - stairwell included. They came back toward the end of the project to do final touch up work. A new laundry room was added including a laundry shoot from the master bedroom. This replaced a utility sink which was relocated to another part of the basement. The upstairs laundry was not disabled, but we intend to use the downstairs more often since we were able to make it much bigger than the one that came with the house. Cabinets and counter tops were next. Although they came in on time, they were a couple of end pieces missing that had to be ordered. The vast majority of the cabinets and all of the countertops were installed next. This vendor again returned to finish his work once the required end caps came in. Plumbing was run to appliances and kitchen sink. Then the new appliances were delivered and installed. Next came the significant floor work that we were looking to put in. Without going into technical details, we worked with Simply Concrete to install an amazing stained concrete floor. They created a tiled kitchen, cobblestone in the den and office areas and a mild earth tone over the remaining 1000 sq' covered. They did a remarkable job that really must be seen to be appreciated. Once the floor was completed, the final floor molding was installed and the painters came back to paint the molding and do any other needed touch ups. The gentleman who did the tiles for the kitchen splash guard came in last and finished his work over a couple of trips. All in all, we could not be happier. Ten or more different people worked on the project at different times and we had only one relationship to worry about - and that was with Todd. He was very responsive to questions, emails and even the occasional text (I am still apologizing for the early AM text one morning when I just happened to be up early. Todd was good natured about receiving such a non emergency early text.). We used Todd on a much smaller project several years ago and were pleased with his work then. We would use Taecon again in the future without hesitation. Todd makes managing the project and all the related anxieties work out to everyone's satisfaction. This project was well done, well managed and came in with in budget.
4.0

(66)

Louisville, KY

Business Description: Welcome to Mr. Handyman of Louisville Northeast where professional, safe, reliable handyman service for your entire "To Do" list is just one call away. That's why local residents choose our professional handymen, who specialize in ALL major and minor home repairs over an independent handyman. Additional phone numbers - (800) 289-4600, (866) 231-5643. Additional DBAs - Mr Handyman International LLC, Mr Handyman.

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What do customers in Louisville say about ADA Contractors?

The person that they sent to do the painting did an absolutely wonderful job and even went a little further than needed to. My husband is disabled so he put up some boards and things so he wouldn’t run into the wall anymore. He really did a nice job and I was very pleased. Andy OnCall came quickly; when I called them they had somebody in the area that could do the job and I did not have to wait for three or four weeks for someone to paint the room. They quoted me $925 but actually did it for less when they realized they did not have put two coats. They actually reduced the price after they completed the job. The young man that they sent here made some suggestions when I talked to him before on what to do with the problem that my husband has because he was tearing holes in the wall and rearranging it. It was nice to have someone who knew what they were talking about and could fix it without over charging me. They did not do more than what was needed which worked out really well. Their price was in line with other quotes that I had got.