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Reviews in Milwaukee for ADA Contractors

THE TUB DOCTORS INC
5.0
They were very courteous, on time, cleaned up after themselves, left everything clean and I was very satisfied.
- Kathie &....
Design Group Three
5.0
Worked most closely with designer (Terri Bird) and lead carpenter (John). Communication with the team was exceptional, managing expectations of the project remodel very well (i.e., dust, noise, completion dates, project goals). Very helpful suggestions in the design phase, with sensitivity to our budget in the remodel process. John paid careful attention to managing sub-contractors, maintained and exceptionally clean job site, was personable and very trusted in our home. The project took approximately 8 weeks start to finish.
- Kathryn Z....
TOM'S HANDY SERVICES
2.0
had to call him several times to find out when he would arrive. vague about when he would get here. was not sure of how to get here. on angies list it says he charges $35.00 an hour. he was here for 15 - minutes tops and charged me $50.00!!! when i asked him why so much he gave me some lame a** excuses, even though i pointed out that angies list had him at $35.00 per hour. he thought it was sort of funny. shame on him for charging that much, especially a disabled senior for only 15 minutes of work and it was not a hard job, it is just that one end the connecter hose would not budge. angies list needs to address this and also the issue of what he really charges per hour and update his services on the website. are they anymore honest handymen left in Milwaukee that can be trusted? his response to my review was 99% lies and I won't be calling or recommend him. why are some customers charged $35./hr. and others $50./hr. it does state that he charges $35./hr.
- Helen S....
Brillo Home Improvements Inc
1.0
Horrible! Rude!! I came to Brillo for a quote for a wheel chair ramp and roll in shower. One of the owners came to my house to do the quote. After waiting over 3 weeks for the quote and calling multiple times, Guy the ownertold me he wasn't going to do my quote because he was too busy with other people. My job is for my disabled son whom i have trouble getting in the shower and in and out of the house. I was very up front with Guy about the job and the process. Guy told me that he would do the quote but it as a big waste of time because it was funded through a state program. However he said he would do the quote. No only did Guy decide to waste my time, but he put it back over a month with his unprofessional attitude and conduct. However, I am so very happy Brillo and Guy were able to lighten their work load by screwing us over on our simple quote request. It is obvious the only kind of customer Brillo wants is the kind they can gouge on price and not be held accountable for.
- Christine J....
Mad City Windows & Baths
5.0
I needed replacement of shower surround that had failed to the point that it was bulging and leaking in places, and could not be repaired. I contacted Mad City, which sent a salesperson to my house to discuss their product along with various options for my bathroom. I chose a relatively simple design without doors as I like using shower curtains to change my bathroom decor. However, there was an array of finishes, fittings, colors, and other design options from which to choose. It took a bit of negotiation to get the price to a figure that I thought was reasonable and competitive, based on my research into other bathroom options. They offered relatively low interest financing. The terms were acceptable. My bathroom panels were finished within about a month. I settled on a date for installation. This took the better part of two days, which was not a problem for me. I was able to use the sink and toilet throughout, but not the shower. The man who did the installation was polite and considerate of my time and my privacy. He also tolerated my crabby cat, which was a plus. The quality of materials is excellent. The surround is acrylic, which has a beautiful smooth, glossy appearance. It's thicker than the materials used for the shower surrounds sold in home improvement stores. I'm disabled and need grab bars for stability. The white bars they provided are a nice match to the walls of the surround. The floor is a non-slip material. One reason I chose Mad City was that I feared there might be mold behind the old surround, and they included mold mitigation as part of the package. By some miracle, there was no mold behind the surround, but there was rotted wood under the window and in the floor. He cut away the damaged wood and replaced it without additional charge. There was blown-in insulation behind the old surround, which fell out when he removed the panels. He replaced it with batting, which should do a better job of insulating the shower. He had to cut away a little bit of the metal cover for my baseboard heater, but made it look 100% better than before by constructing an end cap out of scrap acrylic. So far, the shower surround has been great. No complaints.
- Nancy H....
Sudduth Electrical Service & Repair LLC
4.0
The electrician was punctual. He looked at the 3 outlets and knew what needed to be done. This was a $99.00 special for 2 hours plus materials offered and paid for in November 2014. Unfortunately, as I am disabled I had several procedures conducted that did not allow me to cancel in time to get reimbursed. With that said, in February I was finally able to schedule. The only 2 issues I had - $99.00 for 2 hours of service. It took all but 2 minutes to know what was needed. The electrician went back in his truck to get the materials. He replaced and updated where it was needed. But he was in his truck for 20 minutes after his 2 minute review of what was needed. When he came back in he fixed 2 of the outlets - one behind the refrigerator and one behind the television. He had to go back to his truck for another 10 + minutes or longer because he forgot the replacement outlet plate in the bathroom. He came back in and said he did not have one. By this time it was 1 hour and 30 minutes. He said he would get the replacement plate and replace it for no charge. I paid for 2 hours of service plus materials. Approximately 30 minutes or longer he was in his truck. I received about 1 hour in service. Then I had to pay for the materials (minus the plate to replace in the bathroom). Even though it was suppose to be a special, it turned out to be full cost with materials. My overall rating is based on the length of time it took in the truck to find the parts needed when it was described in detail over the phone - either the truck was unorganized or........ When he actually did the work it was extremely courteous, pleasant, professional, efficient, timely, and the work was done correct. He returned quickly with the plate to replace in the bathroom. I would recommend Sudduth Electrical again but it will not be a special. It will be full cost.
- Julie B....
Ambience Installations
2.0
The remodeling of my kitchen started the second week of August.. The teardown and installation of the new cabinets took less than one day. He requested that I have the appliances delievered after the cabinets. The granite countertops were installed by another vendor. The actual connection of the sink was done a week later. It took him another week to do the electrical for the stove, microwave and the additional electrical outlet that was required. He installed the new outlet and moved my telephone wall jack and left large holes in the drywall. He never repaired them. The major problem seemed to be with the dishwasher. Weeks past and nothing was connected. When I inquired why I was told that he was waiting for a panel for junction box. The laminate flooring was installed mid-August. No one consulted with me about the pattern and it wasn't pleased with it but what could I do after the fact. A few days after the flooring was installed I noticed water in front of my refrigerator and in my half-bath off the kitchen. I blamed it on my kids. A friend come over the following weekend and she showed me were water coming up under the laminate flooring. I contacted Rick and he came out and reconnected the water line to the refrigerator. He told me the flooring would dry out. Labor Day weekend I had to call him out again because water was coming up under the laminate flooring. He came out and disabled the connection to the refrigator. That weekend my guests and I had to put multiple towels on the floor to mop up all the water. It started to drip into my basement. I again called him out because the tiles in my kitchen and bathroom were starting to lift from all of the water. He called me at work and told me he couldn't locate the leak. I called in another contractor in to tell me that the leak was coming from under the dishwasher due to a stripped brass connection on a dishwasher that wasn't even connected. Rick came out and tightened it up. In the meantime, I asked him what he planned on doing about the water damage to my floor? I called the laminate manufacturer and they agreed to replace the tile but said he was responsible for the labor. Rick didn't return my calls or have any contact with me for 5weeks. I called flooring contractors out to get estimates on the floor damage and was advised me that all flooring would need to be pulled up to check for mold and that floor boards would need to be replaced. Rick sent his flooring guy out to replace a few of the tiles and add floor leveling. The guy came out and when he saw the extent of the damage (mold and weakend floorboards) he contacted Rick. Rick told him to go ahead with repairs.. The floorboards were patched, leveling was put down and the laminate reinstalled. I had someone come out and observe the work that was being done. I paid Rick in full and he promised to come back and finish the little items that needed adjustment. I had my backsplash guy patch the hole around the electrical outlet and when the painting was done we patched the large hole near the telepghone and renailed the baseboards in places they missed. . My floor is still uneven and a lot of the leveling has dripped into my basement and damaged my clothes. Yesterday, I had Sears come out and tell me that the reason soap is leaking on my counter via the air gap is due to improper installation of the dishwasher venting. Rick dropped off my garage door opener about a month ago and has yet to return my house key. He left another client's key. My kitchen looks great but I'm afraid of what other issues I will find out about at a later date.
- Andrea C....

ADA Contractors in Milwaukee

2.0

(4)

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.
3.9

(51)

Recent Review: They were very courteous, on time, cleaned up after themselves, left everything clean and I was very satisfied.
4.9

(19)

Recent Review: Worked most closely with designer (Terri Bird) and lead carpenter (John). Communication with the team was exceptional, managing expectations of the project remodel very well (i.e., dust, noise, completion dates, project goals). Very helpful suggestions in the design phase, with sensitivity to our budget in the remodel process. John paid careful attention to managing sub-contractors, maintained and exceptionally clean job site, was personable and very trusted in our home. The project took approximately 8 weeks start to finish.
4.6

(98)

Business Description: OWNER OPERATED. USES SUBS OCCASIONALLY. COST DETERMINED BY THE JOB. TRAVEL CHARGES MAY APPLY. EXTRA CHARGES FOR AFTER HOURS SERVICE. DWELLING CONTRACTOR QUALIFIER CERTIFICATION ID 1021767. INSURED COMMERCIAL GENERAL LIABILITY (OCCURRENCE - WILL FAX CERTIFICATE AT REQUEST). and Dwelling Contractor Certification ID: 1021766. Uses licensed subcontractors for plumbing and electrical work.
4.8

(53)

Business Description: We are a full-service residential and commercial remodeling firm serving the greater Milwaukee area including Waukesha, Washington and Ozaukee Counties. Incorporated in May of 1977 as a small roofing company, our firm now specializes in all facets of home improvement projects including space planning and design, kitchen and bath remodels, additions, attic conversions, window and door replacement, and lower level remodels.
4.7

(1037)

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Recent Review: I needed replacement of shower surround that had failed to the point that it was bulging and leaking in places, and could not be repaired. I contacted Mad City, which sent a salesperson to my house to discuss their product along with various options for my bathroom. I chose a relatively simple design without doors as I like using shower curtains to change my bathroom decor. However, there was an array of finishes, fittings, colors, and other design options from which to choose. It took a bit of negotiation to get the price to a figure that I thought was reasonable and competitive, based on my research into other bathroom options. They offered relatively low interest financing. The terms were acceptable. My bathroom panels were finished within about a month. I settled on a date for installation. This took the better part of two days, which was not a problem for me. I was able to use the sink and toilet throughout, but not the shower. The man who did the installation was polite and considerate of my time and my privacy. He also tolerated my crabby cat, which was a plus. The quality of materials is excellent. The surround is acrylic, which has a beautiful smooth, glossy appearance. It's thicker than the materials used for the shower surrounds sold in home improvement stores. I'm disabled and need grab bars for stability. The white bars they provided are a nice match to the walls of the surround. The floor is a non-slip material. One reason I chose Mad City was that I feared there might be mold behind the old surround, and they included mold mitigation as part of the package. By some miracle, there was no mold behind the surround, but there was rotted wood under the window and in the floor. He cut away the damaged wood and replaced it without additional charge. There was blown-in insulation behind the old surround, which fell out when he removed the panels. He replaced it with batting, which should do a better job of insulating the shower. He had to cut away a little bit of the metal cover for my baseboard heater, but made it look 100% better than before by constructing an end cap out of scrap acrylic. So far, the shower surround has been great. No complaints.
4.9

(195)

Recent Review: The electrician was punctual. He looked at the 3 outlets and knew what needed to be done. This was a $99.00 special for 2 hours plus materials offered and paid for in November 2014. Unfortunately, as I am disabled I had several procedures conducted that did not allow me to cancel in time to get reimbursed. With that said, in February I was finally able to schedule. The only 2 issues I had - $99.00 for 2 hours of service. It took all but 2 minutes to know what was needed. The electrician went back in his truck to get the materials. He replaced and updated where it was needed. But he was in his truck for 20 minutes after his 2 minute review of what was needed. When he came back in he fixed 2 of the outlets - one behind the refrigerator and one behind the television. He had to go back to his truck for another 10 + minutes or longer because he forgot the replacement outlet plate in the bathroom. He came back in and said he did not have one. By this time it was 1 hour and 30 minutes. He said he would get the replacement plate and replace it for no charge. I paid for 2 hours of service plus materials. Approximately 30 minutes or longer he was in his truck. I received about 1 hour in service. Then I had to pay for the materials (minus the plate to replace in the bathroom). Even though it was suppose to be a special, it turned out to be full cost with materials. My overall rating is based on the length of time it took in the truck to find the parts needed when it was described in detail over the phone - either the truck was unorganized or........ When he actually did the work it was extremely courteous, pleasant, professional, efficient, timely, and the work was done correct. He returned quickly with the plate to replace in the bathroom. I would recommend Sudduth Electrical again but it will not be a special. It will be full cost.
2.0

(2)

Recent Review: The remodeling of my kitchen started the second week of August.. The teardown and installation of the new cabinets took less than one day. He requested that I have the appliances delievered after the cabinets. The granite countertops were installed by another vendor. The actual connection of the sink was done a week later. It took him another week to do the electrical for the stove, microwave and the additional electrical outlet that was required. He installed the new outlet and moved my telephone wall jack and left large holes in the drywall. He never repaired them. The major problem seemed to be with the dishwasher. Weeks past and nothing was connected. When I inquired why I was told that he was waiting for a panel for junction box. The laminate flooring was installed mid-August. No one consulted with me about the pattern and it wasn't pleased with it but what could I do after the fact. A few days after the flooring was installed I noticed water in front of my refrigerator and in my half-bath off the kitchen. I blamed it on my kids. A friend come over the following weekend and she showed me were water coming up under the laminate flooring. I contacted Rick and he came out and reconnected the water line to the refrigerator. He told me the flooring would dry out. Labor Day weekend I had to call him out again because water was coming up under the laminate flooring. He came out and disabled the connection to the refrigator. That weekend my guests and I had to put multiple towels on the floor to mop up all the water. It started to drip into my basement. I again called him out because the tiles in my kitchen and bathroom were starting to lift from all of the water. He called me at work and told me he couldn't locate the leak. I called in another contractor in to tell me that the leak was coming from under the dishwasher due to a stripped brass connection on a dishwasher that wasn't even connected. Rick came out and tightened it up. In the meantime, I asked him what he planned on doing about the water damage to my floor? I called the laminate manufacturer and they agreed to replace the tile but said he was responsible for the labor. Rick didn't return my calls or have any contact with me for 5weeks. I called flooring contractors out to get estimates on the floor damage and was advised me that all flooring would need to be pulled up to check for mold and that floor boards would need to be replaced. Rick sent his flooring guy out to replace a few of the tiles and add floor leveling. The guy came out and when he saw the extent of the damage (mold and weakend floorboards) he contacted Rick. Rick told him to go ahead with repairs.. The floorboards were patched, leveling was put down and the laminate reinstalled. I had someone come out and observe the work that was being done. I paid Rick in full and he promised to come back and finish the little items that needed adjustment. I had my backsplash guy patch the hole around the electrical outlet and when the painting was done we patched the large hole near the telepghone and renailed the baseboards in places they missed. . My floor is still uneven and a lot of the leveling has dripped into my basement and damaged my clothes. Yesterday, I had Sears come out and tell me that the reason soap is leaking on my counter via the air gap is due to improper installation of the dishwasher venting. Rick dropped off my garage door opener about a month ago and has yet to return my house key. He left another client's key. My kitchen looks great but I'm afraid of what other issues I will find out about at a later date.

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What services are related to ADA Contractors?

  • Home Remodeling

  • Mobile Home Remodeling

  • Patio Enclosures

  • Handyman

  • General Contractors

  • Interior Decorators

What do customers in Milwaukee say about ADA Contractors?

Worked most closely with designer (Terri Bird) and lead carpenter (John). Communication with the team was exceptional, managing expectations of the project remodel very well (i.e., dust, noise, completion dates, project goals). Very helpful suggestions in the design phase, with sensitivity to our budget in the remodel process. John paid careful attention to managing sub-contractors, maintained and exceptionally clean job site, was personable and very trusted in our home. The project took approximately 8 weeks start to finish.