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Reviews in Raleigh for ADA Contractors

King’s Home Improvement
5.0
Richard and his helper were amazing. First and foremost they were on time, professional and informative on what they were doing and how they were doing it. When there were options, he presented them and I made the decision. They were very tidy while working and cleaned up when they were done. I had purchased a new bed that was being trucked in. Richard met the driver, inspected the crate, unpacked, assembled and set up the bed for my husband and myself. My husband is disabled, both Richard and his helper were very respectful whenever they were going to do something that may disturb him. We are pleased with all the jobs they did.
- Margie F....
Gary The Handyman
1.0
Update: Their response to my review is inaccurate. He told me that my address was too far for him to drive to. They also gave me the name of a former employee to come do the work for me because they weren't interested in doing the work. They only seem interested in the big jobs. I was gravely disappointed. I thought that these people could finish the work I needed on my house. I waited the good part of a week to get the estimate when they would "be in Chapel Hill". A few minutes before he was to show up, Bernie called me to tell me that my house was too far to drive to do the estimate. He said the gas costs too much to drive to my house. He wanted me to tell him over the phone the work I wanted. He obviously is not a handy man because they want to pick and choose what work they do and where they do it. It says on their page on Angies List that they work in Chapel Hill. But he did not want to drive to my house to do an estimate. Saying my house was too far was preposterous because I was told that he would be in my area that day. There was no reason why he couldn't come to my house. He then asked me over the phone to tell him all the jobs and send him the measurements in an email. I am disabled and it would be extremely difficult to do the measurements. I wrote him an email but never got a response except over the phone telling me that they couldn't do the job. I had told him the gist of what needed to be done but later I realized that he couldn't possibly do an estimate over the phone. I realized that he was a big cop out. I called the office to complain about him and they turned around and had Bernie call me to tell me about someone in my area who lived near me. Why did they have this bozo call me? This is a bad way to do business. Why take on paint jobs or other work if they don't want to do estimates or do the job? Why are they wasting my time? They need to be reported to the NC Attorney General's office. Gary the Handyman should not tell people that they work in Chapel Hill when they don't. Bernie called again today to tell me about the worker in my area but I do not want him to call my house anymore. I would not want to use anyone they recommend because they would only be as unreliable as them. I have asked them not to allow Bernie to call me.
- Ms. N....
The Bath Shop
2.0
I first connected with The Bath Shop at the Fall Home Show at the Raleigh Convention Center. The owner was very pleasant, his work looked professional and I thought we would get along on this project. I had no idea that after what I selected for the finishes for the bath, I would not see him again until I demanded a meeting to discuss all of the issues I experienced. I should have seen the warning signs. During my bathroom remodel process ? Justin (the owner) changed cabinet suppliers, granite suppliers and shower door suppliers. This should have been a red flag, but I was sold a bill of goods that they eventually could not deliver on. I asked for a contract, but never received one. I realize now that this would have pinned him down to doing a correct, professional and timely job. I made it very clear that my wife is handicapped and unable to function on her own and the project above all, needed to stay on time. The owner said he would have the project done in 4 ½ weeks yet it took over 9 weeks! This job was supposed to start in December 2013. I canceled family visits and took time off from work to monitor the project kick-off. The project finally started on March 31, 2014. Johnathan couldn?t provide a reliable start date and I needed some help from family in taking care of my wife. I should have taken this opportunity to start anew with a different contractor, but still had a good feeling. One of my special requests (and splurges) was to have heated floors at an additional cost of nearly $1,000. I did not know at the time ? but only discovered later once they finally got the heat turned on many weeks later is that they did not install the heating element under the entire floor. The wiring wasn?t long enough where the wire came down from the control. Because of that they could not install the tile that went there because the wire was short and at an angle. I came home one day and the tile was there. I ended up with partially heated floors ? part of my dream bathroom renovation gone. They finally fessed up and offered a solution ? just buy some bath rugs. Excuse me? Is that what I asked for? You sit on the toilet and your feet are freezing in the winter. You get out of the shower and your feet are instantly cold. The owner only offered a partial refund ? no chance they were going to fix it. I asked for and finally received a full refund, but what did it matter ? I now had a constant reminder of the lousy craftsmanship that went into my renovation. I selected a piece of granite back in October 2013 that I really wanted on the counters. In my mind the whole project centered on this very unique and one-of-a-kind slab of granite for the counter top. It had beautiful brown marbling that I loved. I told them specifically where I wanted this one area on the counters. When I received it, that section was completely cut out of there. I was sick to my stomach. They had cut it from the wrong side after I had visited three times and made it clear how I wanted it cut. It is a nice piece of ordinary looking granite but lacks the specific character that I was looking for. This was from their ?old? granite supplier ? Apex Marble & Granite. I had selected a cabinet that I thought was perfect, when it came time to getting it, the owner had changed cabinet suppliers, so I had to select a cabinet that I did not like near as well. It serves its purpose, but the doors rub together sometimes and don't close all the way. I came home one day to discover ¼? gaps in the decorative tile at eye level and they said it was fine like that. I had to ask them to fill in the gaps with epoxy caulk. Then I had to have them come back to fill in even more gaps because they couldn?t get it right the first 2 times. New window installed w/out screen ? 2 requests to get the screen installed and then one of the locks didn?t work. A more thorough job should have been done. Also ? for what I was paying ? they should have at least cleaned the glass after installing. A professional company would have. Project manager asked me to return mirrors to the store that were too big and select new ones. They ended up getting mirrors from Kirkland Home Décor. The very last thing to be installed was the Glass Shower Door. He had 2 different companies come out to give estimates trying to save some money. He ended up going with Mia Shower Doors for cost savings although they did offer a better selection of hardware. The glass was cut wrong and did not fit ? so another delay. Finally installed a few days later ? the door looked great. After first use though ? we discovered a problem. The door was banging into the side panel. Glass against glass is a terrible sound. Apparently they had made it too flush. The company agreed to shave down the door and after a few more days ? it was installed and looked perfect and we no longer had the glass rubbing issue. At long last, we finally get to shower in our new bathroom after being inconvenienced twice as long as promised. The glass is rubbing and clanking again after just 9 months. The people were super nice though ? they had to deal with crooked walls ? so I imagine it was difficult. After the first shower ? I could tell right away that the shower floor was not pitched properly. I had to squeegee the water to the drain and continue to have to do so every single morning ? a constant reminder of how dissatisfied I am with the whole experience. It puddles outside the drain while you are showering. I also have to squeegee the water off the bench since it doesn?t drain properly either. Now the grout is discolored because of the standing water. One of the workers argued with me that it most certainly was pitched the proper way ? but NO ONE would come look at it with the water running to clearly see that it was not installed properly. In fact ? I could not even get the owner of the company to come out. He said one of the benefits as the owner was that he didn?t have to come out until the project was completed. This is the guy that sold me on this project and then handed me off to one of his contractors and wouldn?t address all of the concerns that I had. The owner even suggested that I could only write a positive review clearly indicating how out of touch he was with this project. He mentioned it was a difficult project for them. If they had done it right in the first place, it would not have been. I did ask for extra items and I paid dearly for them, i.e.: fixing the closet ceiling and bathroom ceiling. They also hit me with additional work order charges which I paid a premium for as well. In summary, I paid more than $20,000 for a bathroom that was supposed to cost $18,000 and take 4 ½ weeks, but took over 9! I even allowed them to work weekends and some nights until after 9pm. I am dissatisfied and disgusted with the whole experience every single morning. I would never recommend The Bath Shop for a bathroom renovation and would invite anyone thinking of using them, to come and look at this job first and talk with me about the experience. Aesthetically, standing at the entrance to the bathroom, it is a nice looking bathroom. There are areas that are satisfactory but overall, the best rating I can give this project and experience is two stars. If you ask, I will tell you many other issues that I had ? damaged walls, pipes leaking, bathroom to closet threshold, etc. The project started March 31st, 2014 and finally ended on June 10th, 2014. I realize I should have submitted this review much sooner but I have been consumed with taking care of my disabled wife. It took The Bath Shop 9 months from discussion to completion of the project and me 9 months to finally write this review!
- Paul P....

ADA Contractors in Raleigh

2.0

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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.
5.0

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Business Description: Carolina Renovation Experts, Inc. is a family owned and operated business located in Raleigh, NC. We have been doing business in the Triangle since 2001. We are a licensed General Contractor specializing in comprehensive residential and commercial property maintenance and renovations to meet your service needs. CRE can assist our clients with their needs from new construction to home, business and rental maintenance services and will respond to your service needs quickly and efficiently. We carry all necessary licenses and insurance to better serve our clients. Carolina Renovation Experts, Inc. has a base of long term clients in the apartment rental industry which demonstrates the importance we place on our customers. As a full service general contractor we give our customers the advantage of completing multiple projects with a single point of contact. We look forward to serving you. Additional services: Interior and Exterior Painting, Home Additions and Repairs, HVAC Diagnosis and Repairs, Brick and Stone repairs
4.5

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Business Description: At Exceptional Mobility, we are dedicated to providing you with the highest quality medical equipment and services for disabled individuals and families available. If you need it, we have it, can get it, or build it. From everything from shower grab bars, to completely remodeling and renovating your bathroom to accommodate you or your disabled person. We have built many wheelchair accessible kitchens and remodeled many homes to fit those with exceptional physical needs. Additional email: bletts@exceptionallivingsolutions.com.
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Business Description: Our Team is a motivated, Passionate, duo whose lifelong construction and renovation experience had led us to helping all those who are disabled transition to home life. From pediatrics to geriatric, from entry ways to bedrooms. Make the shift from a Rehabilitation setting to home sweet home. Some of our services we offer Handrails, aluminum, cast iron, and hardwood. in bathrooms, hallways, and walkways. Ramps temporary and permanent. Stair chair lifts, verticals lifts. Bathtub replacement or tub cuts. Doorway thresholds, widening, and sliding doors. Altered Countertops, sinks, and disability accessible appliances. Toilet replacement, risers, grab bars. Flooring replacement (laminate, tile, vinyl, etc)
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Business Description: Welcome to Thomas Law Firm located at 905 E. Broad Street in Elizabethtown, North Carolina. We are a general practice firm serving Bladen, Brunswick and Columbus counties, as well as the surrounding areas. \ Our attorney, Manda Linn Thomas is a Bladen county native. She is passionate about helping people. We are dedicated to giving your case personal attention and giving you the best legal advise possible. We will take the time to listen to your issue and provide you with the best legal solution for your needs. Some of our areas of practice are: *Criminal Defense *DWI/Traffic *Family & Divorce *Will & Probate *Social Security Disability *Personal Injury *Elder Law Call today for an appointment to see what we can do for you.
4.9

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Recent Review: Richard and his helper were amazing. First and foremost they were on time, professional and informative on what they were doing and how they were doing it. When there were options, he presented them and I made the decision. They were very tidy while working and cleaned up when they were done. I had purchased a new bed that was being trucked in. Richard met the driver, inspected the crate, unpacked, assembled and set up the bed for my husband and myself. My husband is disabled, both Richard and his helper were very respectful whenever they were going to do something that may disturb him. We are pleased with all the jobs they did.
4.5

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Business Description: Please visit my company website www.garythehandyman-nc.com for a prompt fast response! Best way to get a quote or schedule an estimate is to visit our website! Gary the Handyman is a hard working carpenter with over 27 years of experience in new home construction, additions and home remodeling. He is dedicated to providing his customers with high quality services at affordable pricing. Gary Mueller comes from a family of quality carpenters which has helped to make him well rounded in all areas of home repair and remodeling. In Gary Mueller's time as a carpenter he has been very successful in all fields of his trade. He has built small additions as well as homes over 10,000 square feet with varying degrees of difficulty. One such home was a guest house he built for the former General Motors President Rick Wagner. While only 2,500 square feet it was complicated in design which provided a welcome challenge to really apply his knowledge and skills.
4.8

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Award 2020Super Service Award
Business Description: Welcome to The Bath Shop! We are your one-stop destination for all-inclusive bathroom and kitchen renovations. Our makeovers feature the latest, industry-leading products, designs, and value. Our mission is to create the bathroom or kitchen you have always wanted, on time and on budget. We will work with you to make sure your remodel is exactly what you want, from original design to custom tile work, we are committed to making your vision a reality.

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  • Home Remodeling

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What do customers in Raleigh say about ADA Contractors?

Richard and his helper were amazing. First and foremost they were on time, professional and informative on what they were doing and how they were doing it. When there were options, he presented them and I made the decision. They were very tidy while working and cleaned up when they were done. I had purchased a new bed that was being trucked in. Richard met the driver, inspected the crate, unpacked, assembled and set up the bed for my husband and myself. My husband is disabled, both Richard and his helper were very respectful whenever they were going to do something that may disturb him. We are pleased with all the jobs they did.