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Reviews in Nashville for Building Wheelchair Ramps

Aesthetic Fence & Deck Co
5.0
I got several estimates for a new deck with a built in ramp. The ramp is mostly for my aging K9 (yes, I'm that person!), but I told all the company reps that I needed it to be ADA compliant so that I could sell it as a wheelchair ramp if I ever move. Steve appeared to be the most knowledgeable about ADA requirements and was able to recite grading/slope requirements, etc. He was also the most expensive quote of all. But after going over all the quotes, reviews for all the companies, and weighing miscellaneous quality factors (eg, Steve uses screws on all decks, while it was merely an option I could pay extra for with the other companies), I decided to go with Aesthetic Fence & Deck. They were able to start within a couple of days. The 2 man crew was very prompt and appeared to be very hardworking. They worked quickly and consistently all day until sundown, each day they were there. We ran into a couple of big issues that had me really worried I was in for a fight, but Steve quickly and efficiently took care of each one, and my worry was for nothing! It was SUCH a relief when I realized he was going to stand by his word and make everything right! He was very reasonable and understanding, though I still felt bad about the extra work for his crew! It also a relief to know that I can be confident in the two year warranty. Sometimes "warranty" is just a word, but based on Steve's handling of the issues during the build, I am confident he will take care of any problems that may arise in the future as well. The biggest issue was a sizing mistake, but it was remedied immediately. However, other issues that arose were largely just due to a miscommunication between us. I couldn't be there on the morning of the start, so Steve and I just reviewed the plan by phone (maybe a week or two after the initial in person estimate). I've never had a deck built before, so I think I just didn't know what to stress -- I showed him a picture of what I wanted from Pinterest. I sort of thought that covered everything. (Contractors must hate Pinterest!) I want to say I recommend being more detailed in the planning conversations, but honestly I still never would have thought to mention some of the things that I had just assumed would look a certain way. I basically showed him a Pinterest picture and said "I want this here." So while I definitely recommend being as detailed as possible in the planning stages (for your sake, his, and the crew's!), the good news is that if there are any discrepancies or issues, Steve stands behind his work and makes it right! And enough can't be said about that in this day and age! Thanks, Steve!!
- Rachel P....
DeLano Home Improvements
5.0
I had the need for "tv room room" for the kids movies, Xbox and whatnot, but I needed a few other details added, we were converting a garage into 2 room. I was in a wheelchair, I needed ADA ramps from the kitchen and also the door to my future bathroom had to be widened. I wanted dimmer, halogen can lights, awesome home theater system and a bad a$$ paint job. My big concern was wanting my space to have style and custom woodwork, his idea to place the railing for the ramps along the wall was right in sync with mine. Chad listens to what to want and makes it happen! We have the coolest theater room EVER!
- Jeannie K....
Sparkle Pressure Washing
5.0
Great from beginning to end. Explained pros and cons of different stains and the durability of each on my wood deck around my above ground pool. Would recommend without a doubt. Will call again when needed.
- Thomas K....
Timberstone
5.0
Wonderful. They even had ideas as to how to incorporate a square wood deck up against concrete that had curves. True designers and I felt it meant as much to them that the job was designed well as it did to me.
- Pam C....
Mr. Enclosure
5.0
The job went very well, from every aspect. Darryl (the owner) came out to review the job and offer design ideas, pictures of other work in the area, etc. After going back and forth a few times on price, design, and features, we agreed on the plan and set it in motion. Darryl took care of the permits as well as the HOA approval for the job. The workers were great - very professional and courteous, and completely cleaned up after themselves at the end of each workday. Also, Darryl and his crew went above and beyond my expectations by making some improvements to the existing deck structure that really weren't part of the plan, but Darryl knew that he wanted the finished product to be excellent so he did them anyway, without coming back and trying to increase the price of the job. Although we did not get screens on the enclosure, they built it in a way that will make putting in screens and a door a snap in the future, so they were thinking ahead for me. So in the end, we got more than we bargained for at a price we were happy with, and the finished product is excellent. We live in an upscale neighborhood in Brentwood and the enclosure blends in perfectly with the look of the house. I would definitely recommend Darryl and Mr. Enclosure for this type of job. He is competent, professional, and clearly cares about the quality of his work.
- Ben S....
Ben the Builder LLC
5.0
The ramp extended the whole porch and they fantastic job. They came and got the job done in about 4hours. I would recommend them to others.
- John L....
Nash Painting
5.0
I couldn't ask for any better service. Took a while for them to get started due to the weather, etc. But once they started -- WOW! Totally different looking house. I am very detailed and when I saw that the white on the columns had run down onto the part that I wanted blue - they came back and touched it up; repainted the porch and repainted the ramp. I recommend Nash Painting! And yes, I will hire them again! Thank you!
- Pat P....
Golden Rule Carpentry
5.0
Jason and his team built a good looking, wheel-chair accessible ramp that exceeded codes requirements. He was professional, timely and worked within my budget and time constraints. Excellent job!
- Kristy S....
The Handyman Clarksville LLC
5.0
In all my searches for "handymen" this was the most wonderful experience I've had with a company so far. My doberman is unable to navigate stairs so I needed a ramp, but I didn't want a flimsy or temporary ramp. I called The Handyman Clarksville LLC on Monday. Lee came to bid on the job on Tuesday, started the job on Wednesday, and finished on Thursday! Lee gave me exactly what I wanted for a reasonable price and matched the design of my existing deck. There was a bit of fortune in the timing - I called around eight other companies and most of them said they couldn't take on the job for at least a week. Lee happened to have a couple of days open to complete the job quickly, which was important since I've been carrying my doberman down and up the steps multiple times a day. The workers were pleasant and professional and worked in below-freezing temperatures to get the job done. I highly recommend this company and will certainly be calling them first for future jobs.
- Michelle L....
Allstar Fence & Deck
5.0
They got the deck done in one day! They were very professional and on time. They use nails by default I wish I would've had them use screws but it was extra. I asked that they use premium boards and it was a little extra but worth it. They did glass ballusters and I think it was the first time they're done that. It turned out great and I enjoy it! Overall they were very good! I'd recommend them. I also used them for my business, they built us stairs and a wooden platform.
- Mike K....

Build Wheelchair Ramps in Nashville

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4.0

(34)

Business Description: Women Business Owner, The idea for this company actually came about when Will and I started doing odd and end jobs for our own landlord. We learned very quickly that he had many needs. We needed to obviously expand our knowledge to save both of us time and money. With Will's ability to complete a diverse number of jobs and my knowledge and experience of both service companies as well as a business degree, we had the tools necessary to offer people quality services they needed at a price they could afford. We are a locally owned, and female operated business! The owner has a lot of experience in maintenance and remodeling and has even done work renovating for handicap accessible rooms as she is handicap herself and understands the needs that have to be met in those types of renovations. In the event you might need something we can't do, we have great relationships with other contractors who will help us help you.
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Business Description: Hello I'm Jerry own of J&C we are a family owned and run company with a little over 18 years of experience We provide 100% professional and reliable non-damaging soft washing services on all types of exterior surfaces found on homes, apartment complexes, industry, and businesses. We use the latest equipment and technology to better serve our clients. House wash Roof wash Driveways walkways concrete decks retaining walls Wood deck Fences and more
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Business Description: I can install pole barns or metal buildings, but I can also roof or do other construction things. I have even built alot of ramps for insurance companies in the past. I have only been working for myself for about a year but I started have installing pole barns for about 8 years or so. I take pride in my work so I try for prefection.
5.0

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Business Description: Handiwork Services is a sole proprietorship. I have been a licensed general contractor in TN since January, 2008. My license is active as is my liability insurance. I have over 20 years experience in residential and commercial construction as a carpenter. I perform or oversee most of the work myself. I use subcontractors that are reliable, reasonable and do quality work, if I can't do the work myself. I never spread myself so thin that I can't oversee critical phases of construction on my projects. Payment schedules for contract jobs are flexible, but I generally require 30-45 percent of total costs up front to cover material, labor and trash haul-off for the first week. The final draw of 10 percent is typically withheld until the customer's or architect's punch list is completed. All estimates are free, and look for my coupons. I will work by the hour if you prefer, and will work with the customer to help you defray costs and derive some of the reward of accomplishment.
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Business Description: We are a locally owned business that loves taking on new and exiting projects and turning them into works of art.
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Business Description: Experienced in painting outdoor and indoor surfaces made of all materials such as wood concrete or brick. Physically capable of standing sitting bending and lifting. Ability to paint while standing on scaffolding or suspended. Efficient in removal of old paint graffiti or other markings. Capable of performing minor repair such as filling holes or replacing wood Knowledge of different types and shades of paint to use for specific. Prepare interior surfaces for painting by washing and patching small imperfections Prepare exterior surfaces by power washing soda blasting and repairing structural defects Tape and cover all areas not to be painted such as windows and doors Determine the correct type of paint according to the surface type and weather conditions Manage a team of painters or work independently to achieve a completed job in a timely manner Visit potential customers and give estimates for the job Deliver invoices and collect payments when jobs are complete Work sprayers to paint lines signs and symbols on concrete and asphalt Apply paint to structures such as bridges medians ramps etc. Remove unwanted markings from structures and repaint Completely clean the worksite and store materials and supplies
4.7

(63)

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Recent Review: Jason and his team built a good looking, wheel-chair accessible ramp that exceeded codes requirements. He was professional, timely and worked within my budget and time constraints. Excellent job!
4.7

(29)

Recent Review: I got several estimates for a new deck with a built in ramp. The ramp is mostly for my aging K9 (yes, I'm that person!), but I told all the company reps that I needed it to be ADA compliant so that I could sell it as a wheelchair ramp if I ever move. Steve appeared to be the most knowledgeable about ADA requirements and was able to recite grading/slope requirements, etc. He was also the most expensive quote of all. But after going over all the quotes, reviews for all the companies, and weighing miscellaneous quality factors (eg, Steve uses screws on all decks, while it was merely an option I could pay extra for with the other companies), I decided to go with Aesthetic Fence & Deck. They were able to start within a couple of days. The 2 man crew was very prompt and appeared to be very hardworking. They worked quickly and consistently all day until sundown, each day they were there. We ran into a couple of big issues that had me really worried I was in for a fight, but Steve quickly and efficiently took care of each one, and my worry was for nothing! It was SUCH a relief when I realized he was going to stand by his word and make everything right! He was very reasonable and understanding, though I still felt bad about the extra work for his crew! It also a relief to know that I can be confident in the two year warranty. Sometimes "warranty" is just a word, but based on Steve's handling of the issues during the build, I am confident he will take care of any problems that may arise in the future as well. The biggest issue was a sizing mistake, but it was remedied immediately. However, other issues that arose were largely just due to a miscommunication between us. I couldn't be there on the morning of the start, so Steve and I just reviewed the plan by phone (maybe a week or two after the initial in person estimate). I've never had a deck built before, so I think I just didn't know what to stress -- I showed him a picture of what I wanted from Pinterest. I sort of thought that covered everything. (Contractors must hate Pinterest!) I want to say I recommend being more detailed in the planning conversations, but honestly I still never would have thought to mention some of the things that I had just assumed would look a certain way. I basically showed him a Pinterest picture and said "I want this here." So while I definitely recommend being as detailed as possible in the planning stages (for your sake, his, and the crew's!), the good news is that if there are any discrepancies or issues, Steve stands behind his work and makes it right! And enough can't be said about that in this day and age! Thanks, Steve!!
4.7

(16)

Recent Review: I had the need for "tv room room" for the kids movies, Xbox and whatnot, but I needed a few other details added, we were converting a garage into 2 room. I was in a wheelchair, I needed ADA ramps from the kitchen and also the door to my future bathroom had to be widened. I wanted dimmer, halogen can lights, awesome home theater system and a bad a$$ paint job. My big concern was wanting my space to have style and custom woodwork, his idea to place the railing for the ramps along the wall was right in sync with mine. Chad listens to what to want and makes it happen! We have the coolest theater room EVER!
4.8

(91)

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Recent Review: Great from beginning to end. Explained pros and cons of different stains and the durability of each on my wood deck around my above ground pool. Would recommend without a doubt. Will call again when needed.

Frequently Asked Questions & Answers about Build Wheelchair Ramps

What services are related to Build Wheelchair Ramps?

  • Handyman

  • General Contractors

  • Woodworking

  • Decks & Porches

  • Home Remodeling

What do customers in Nashville say about Build Wheelchair Ramps?

I got several estimates for a new deck with a built in ramp. The ramp is mostly for my aging K9 (yes, I'm that person!), but I told all the company reps that I needed it to be ADA compliant so that I could sell it as a wheelchair ramp if I ever move. Steve appeared to be the most knowledgeable about ADA requirements and was able to recite grading/slope requirements, etc. He was also the most expensive quote of all. But after going over all the quotes, reviews for all the companies, and weighing miscellaneous quality factors (eg, Steve uses screws on all decks, while it was merely an option I could pay extra for with the other companies), I decided to go with Aesthetic Fence & Deck. They were able to start within a couple of days. The 2 man crew was very prompt and appeared to be very hardworking. They worked quickly and consistently all day until sundown, each day they were there. We ran into a couple of big issues that had me really worried I was in for a fight, but Steve quickly and efficiently took care of each one, and my worry was for nothing! It was SUCH a relief when I realized he was going to stand by his word and make everything right! He was very reasonable and understanding, though I still felt bad about the extra work for his crew! It also a relief to know that I can be confident in the two year warranty. Sometimes "warranty" is just a word, but based on Steve's handling of the issues during the build, I am confident he will take care of any problems that may arise in the future as well. The biggest issue was a sizing mistake, but it was remedied immediately. However, other issues that arose were largely just due to a miscommunication between us. I couldn't be there on the morning of the start, so Steve and I just reviewed the plan by phone (maybe a week or two after the initial in person estimate). I've never had a deck built before, so I think I just didn't know what to stress -- I showed him a picture of what I wanted from Pinterest. I sort of thought that covered everything. (Contractors must hate Pinterest!) I want to say I recommend being more detailed in the planning conversations, but honestly I still never would have thought to mention some of the things that I had just assumed would look a certain way. I basically showed him a Pinterest picture and said "I want this here." So while I definitely recommend being as detailed as possible in the planning stages (for your sake, his, and the crew's!), the good news is that if there are any discrepancies or issues, Steve stands behind his work and makes it right! And enough can't be said about that in this day and age! Thanks, Steve!!