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Reviews in Sacramento for ADA Contractors

Guy Biggs Construction
5.0
They did a wonderful job. We love the tile shower we had them put in. It took a little longer to finish than was originally stated, due to family issues they had. But, overall I am very pleased with outcome and everything looks good. We have been enjoying the new bathroom. His workers were very professional and cleaned up very well each day.
- Lucy S....
Kitchen Mart Inc
5.0
My husband had a stroke last fall and was still having difficulty climbing in and out of our current bathtub/shower units, so we decided to have a remodel done earlier than originally planned. Starting with Cynthia, the designer, in April, I was impressed by her knowledge and suggestions she made to meet our needs. The estimate was twice what I'd hoped, but I didn't want to compromise on the materials (Corian), so she made several suggestions as to how to reduce the cost. Because they're so popular and busy, we had to wait until May for the project manager to come out for final measurements, and mid-July to start the work. David, our project manager, was also very professional, pleasant, and informative. We had two different installers, Frankie, who did the demolition and toilet installation, and Chris, who did all of the electrical, plumbing, and installation of the custom shower and door. They were both faultlessly professional, pleasant, and efficient, always calling 15-30 minutes before arriving, and arriving close to the estimated times they'd promised. They were very respectful of us and our home, adjusting some of the noisier work to times we weren't home, and cleaning up at the end of every day. Chris also met the city inspector for the initial inspection, and she is reportedly a very detail-oriented person. He'd not only had to change the placement of the plumbing, but he also brought the electrical wiring up to code because of the poor work of our original builder. Chris said she gave the job rave reviews. Another advantage was that they installed a lock box near the front door so they could enter even if we couldn't arrange to be home when they were working. The job took three weeks to complete, a week longer than expected because of on oversight by the subcontractor who made the shower door. David and Chris were most apologetic, saying this error was a very unusual occurrence, and David arranged for us to receive a small credit on the final payment for our inconvenience. Every person we spoke with/met from Kitchen Mart, including several people we spoke to on the phone, was a pleasure to work with and we'd recommend them to anyone looking to upgrade kitchens or bathrooms. The professionalism and quality of work was worth the price being higher than we'd planned.
- Robin S....
Don's Plumbing Handyman Home Service
5.0
I am extremely pleased with my new walk-in shower. It looks so nice with the rock tiles. It works well for my elderly, disabled mother whom lives with me. We both could not be happier with the job that Don done.
- Junelle Q....
Parker Building Services
5.0
Ron did a very professional job. I needed floor covering so my disabled husband could maneuver more easily in our home. He measured what was needed, bought the materials and installed. What was nice was Ron went above and beyond installing a side railing on the bed (which I would have never figured out) and installed a hand-held shower head....I included the extras in his pay, but was very grateful that he both responded to my needs and did it with a smile....
- Valerie H....
Hensley Homes
5.0
Doug Hensley is the owner of this company. He is a general contractor. Since I am disabled I needed to have more accessible cabinets and shelves that pull out and he did that for me. Generally I use him for anything wrong for the house. He is marvelous. Doug is very conscientious. He does all kinds of construction. I live in an adult community and he used to work before going independent so he knows these homes very well. He is almost a perfectionist. I just got a bid from him for painting the interior of my house. He is superb.
- Elaine J....
Anthony Graves Construction Inc
5.0
My wife is a bath person and due to her disabilities hasn't been able to take a bath in years. The process of finding a walk-in tub and a contractor seemed daunting. We found Anthony with the help of Angie?s list and everything fell into place and we have not only the walk-in tub but a beautiful bathroom. Anthony and his team take meticulous care of every detail and have solid knowledge of walk-in tub installation and hardware for special needs. The whole project stayed on-time and inside the budget. As a professional project manager I really appreciate the care Anthony took in making expectations very clear in advance including any parts of the project that might need to change as the project progressed. We are absolutely delighted with his work.
- Mike B....
Kitchen Mart Inc
5.0
On the whole, the project went smoothly. The finished product exceeded my expectations and I am quite pleased with my choice and my beautiful kitchen. I have had occasion to contact them since for minor amendments not included in the initial job (my error) and they have been very responsive and helpful. Would recommend highly. Some initial lack of communication between estimator and job manager - I asked if my removing the ceramic tile on the counters as well as the dishwasher, range, and microwave would reduce cost and was told, and quot;Yesand quot;, by the estimator. When the job manager arrived he said, and quot;You were to have done the prep - that cabinet and substrate of the tile on counter.and quot; I was 73 years old at the time and surely no one would have assumed that I planned on climbing on the countertop to remove a 5'x2.5'x3.5' cabinet when I asked about tile and appliance removal. We had some discussion before he acceded to my point. I downgraded punctuality perhaps unfairly as one of their crew suffered a disabling back injury just before the job started. This left KitchenMart in the bind of having to fulfill commitments on multiple jobs while down one man. On a few days there were last minute job assignment shifts that were not well communicated and the 9 AM expected arrival came at 1PM. These were minor disruptions and not earthshaking!
- Catherine H....
R&R Construction
5.0
I've hated the kitchen in this house since I bought it one year ago. I asked three firms for bids; one did not respond, and one gave a reasonable bid on the kitchen only. I chose R&R's bid because they included the other work that I wanted done (relocating the attic stairs, enlarging one entrance and removing the other, and removing the wood stove and repairing the tile floor) and because of their outstanding ratings on Angie's List. Randy and Ryan were great. Randy spent two hours with me and the kitchen designer ordering the cabinets. They made very valuable suggestions, including one that I didn't think possible: saving enough of the torn-out floor tile to repair the hole in the floor left by the old wood stove. They were on the job without fail for four weeks until the project was finished, each day painstakingly putting dropcloths down before they started and cleaning up meticulously when they were through. They were able and willing to work when I could not be at home. Best of all, they didn't mind constant supervision from my dogs, who utterly adored them. R&R demo'd and replaced the whole kitchen, including the ancient, dark cabinets and dark green tile. Ryan did a beautiful job laying the new tile! They took out the 1970s era lights and replaced them with more functional can lights. The dryer connection in the laundry area had been disabled; they repaired the 220 connection and the vent, removed a non-working pocket door, replaced the old cabinets and added a nifty new broom closet for storage. They enlarged the entrance from the living room from 4 ft to 8 ft wide and removed the entrance in the hallway, replacing it with a hall closet that the house also lacked. The pull-down stairs to the attic were oddly located and broken -- R&R removed the broken stairs and relocated the new ones to provide better access. I already have asked R&R to give me an estimate on the next project: the master bathroom. I don't want anyone else doing it.
- Carol R....
Bath Planet
4.0
The original install was good till they tried to add a 1500.00 bill to add a sub panel to my breaker box. They had already charged 995.00 for electricity. I had my own licensed electrician install the circuit for 300.00. After the tub was installed they were going to leave my walls torn up and ugly where they tore out tiles. They left st end of the day Thursday May 31. That night unknown to all the tun leaked into the wall and floor all thru to under my home. The next day after a second conversation with Rick they came back to repair the walls and they found the leak. A broken valve. It was repaired. I was asked to wait a day before using so the sealant could dry. My son and I went out for dinner and returned to a flooded bathroom. They sent their man out to shut off the water and look at the problem He found another broken hose. It is now June 11, and I still can not use my hot tub. It was to be completed on the 1st of June at the latest. As of right now I am still waiting. Rick said he would talk to me last Monday but instead he has a woman call to tell me new bad news. I am stressed beyond belief which has caused me extra back pain which is why I wanted a great hot tub. I have paid almost 6000.00 for this unfinished job and I could have had it done for half that thru a different contractor but USA refused to let me out of my contract without a 50% charge. So I have been as patient as possible but the stress is eating me up. If they don't come today and finish I don't know what I will do. They promised me a tub I would be proud to own installed by professionals I do not feel proud and I find them very unprofessional. There is $1000 still owed upon completion and at this point I am looking at small claims court for the damage to my walls and under my home. I don't know what to do. I am disabled and this was to be therapudic. Two weeks of stress has me in severe pain and suffering. I can not and will not ever recommend USA bath.
- William K....
Circle A Construction Inc
1.0
I sincerely hope you who read this will learn some valuable information, which will assist to guide you through your future. I rent my home, therefore I do not know how much was paid for the services discussed herein. My property owners have made a bad habit of hiring unlicensed contractors to get cheaper rates, or hiring those who will write receipts for $499.00 or less so they will not have to worry about having proper legal permits. Some of them have actually fallen through our ceiling, and broken the A/C condensation tubing on the roof but did not report this so we had a leak for years which came down into our dining room onto our furniture. Our property owner laughingly accused us of using our a/c too much (during the winter month of October). The ceiling was repaired by a company that goes by two different names: "Circle A Construction Inc". & ?A-All Construction & Repair? Their card has a large circle with the words "A-All Construction & Repair" Angie's list has them as "Circle A" but the Calif. Licensing Board has them registered with the SAME LICENSE # USED as being named "A-All Construction & Repair". When I met the worker who was at my home, we exchanged names and phone numbers. I had asked him for his card, but he said he did not have one. I was puzzled and said I never had met a licensed contractor without a card. He said his boss had them, and I said, "OK when he gets here, just leave one on my table" to which he agreed he would do ? he said, ?OK?. However, when I got home there was no card anywhere to be found! Their license number listed on-line is 779336, which according to the California State Licensing Board, has been expired since 5/31/2010. Furthermore, their workers compensation insurance was canceled 11/10/10, and an employee told me that they do not have to carry it. Well, I do not want anyone working on the property I live in without a license and without worker's comp insurance, for many reasons from principles & ethics issues, to laws, and self-preservation issues! Not to mention the poor quality of the workmanship done to my ceiling! It is a different color, texture, and was not blended let alone finished, or painted, yet I was told by the worker that is all they were hired to do, and not to "finish" it. Furthermore, the property owner was here and saw his work before leaving. The Owner of the construction company, Mike Aguilar, was in my home for a little while to help the older worker move some things around to have a better reach toward the ceiling. While he was here, he left his satchel (soft briefcase). A few minutes after I returned home, I noticed his satchel was in my living room. I found his card inside, zipped up the case, and called him, letting him know he had left it here. He said he had just barely arrived at his house and he would get it the next day but would call me first. He did not appreciate it very much at all that I had called him. WITHOUT CALLING ME BACK, he came back to my home that same night, arriving at 8:10 PM, to get his satchel. He was unpleasant and again not very appreciative that I had called him right away to let him know. Probably because he did not want us to know the name of him or his company, which now makes sense having discovered his license is expired! I found these men/workers to be very unsatisfactory, rude, using only forced brief politeness at best. MOREOVER, THEY LIED ABOUT BEING A LICENSED CONTRACTOR! Of course my own landlord also lied about them being licensed and therefore I will be reporting them to the proper homeowner authorities also, but in California that will probably lead nowhere as it seems landlords - even the slumlords - have all the rights barring extremely dangerous health condition hazards in a rental, such as no heat. As for the rest of the laws and codes they break, the building dept inspector did not care to do his job within his own codes and laws, and neither did the Fair Housing Commission. They only suggested mediation - I find mediation does not work well when the liars (my landlords) are the ones believed. We have photographs, videos, dates documented, numerous documents, etc.but to no avail with the Calif. Building Dept. Therefore, we will seek private remediation. If you learn only one thing, know this, I recommend you NEVER rent a home from a friend or relative. Just when you think you know someone well, after 8 years, you will find out you never really knew who they REALLY were, especially when they are proficient game playing liars. Plus, re: the smoke detector and the smoke/carbon monoxide detector - I told the worker, Bob Seldner, that we had recently put new batteries in both of our smoke detectors. When I checked them later, our higher expensive Duracell battereries were taken and replaced with cheaper batteries. Of course, our Duracell batteries were nowhere to be found. I call that theft. Finally: My property owner was here with these workers all day, and I had left the premises on the advice of our legal counsel and for the safety of my health from the property owners. However, I returned twice during the day to pick up some needs because: 1. They began 90 minutes later than the appointment was set for; 2. I am disabled and needed ice packs, and my meds; 3.I had my Lhasa Apso with me and needed to get her food, bed, etc. Since they had not pre-set an appointment, I had no planned place to go and spent the day in my car in the parking lot of a police station. After Bob, the worker, called and said they would be finished in 30 minutes, I came home. They were already gone in about 15 minutes, and of 8 locks on my doors, they had only locked one lock! THEY LEFT MY BACK IRON SCREEN DOOR OPEN, WITH THE BACK HARD DOOR UNLOCKED COMPLETELY, AND THE FRONT IRON SCREEN DOOR WAS ALSO AJAR, AND ONLY THE DOOR KNOB LOCKED ON THE FRONT HARD DOOR. NONE OF MY DEAD BOLTS WAS LOCKED AND THE LANDLORD HAD THE KEYS! In addition, the workers did not check on the doors to see to it my house was properly locked up and this could make the company liable. OBVIOUSLY I DO NOT RECOMMEND THIS COMPANY TO ANYONE, NEITHER WOULD I EVER RECOMMEND THE OWNERS/LANDLORDS OF THIS HOUSE (Becky & Steve Emert). As I said at the beginning, I sincerely hope you who read this, will learn some valuable information, which guides you through your future.
- Cynthia K....

ADA Contractors in Sacramento

5.0

(5)

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Recent Review: I am a retired, disabled veteran requiring the use of a walk-in bathtub. I applied for a home improvement and alterations (HISA) grant from the VA. After looking at the different vendors off of the VA's approved list of vendors who carried walk-in tubs. And, having researched the various brands and types, I settled on the American Tubs brand. As a result, I chose Adaptive Living Renovations Inc. off of the VAs approved list. I contacted Adaptive Living Renovations Inc in Elk Grove through their website and I was contacted by Keith Howard, owner. He was very familiar with the VA HISA Grant system and usually has 3-4 of them in process at any given time. He came to my house for our initial appointment where he did a site survey, gathered my requirement and made solid recommendations based on my needs. Additionally, he assisted me in putting my HISA application together and even submitted it for me. After I received approval from the VA, the tub was ordered. When the tub and special tile that we order arrived, Keith immediately scheduled an installation date that supported our schedule. It took two and a half days for his team (2) of contractors to complete the job. Both Paul and Cameron were very professional, knowledgeable and courteous. Before the installation began, Keith came by ensure that the tub and deck were positioned in the place that we had agreed to. At completion of each day, they cleaned up their work space. Upon completion of the installation, Keith came by to inspect the tub's installation and gave a quick tutorial of its use. Additionally, Keith said if we had any problems that we should contact him. We were very satisfied with the product and end results. This is a high performance and very solid tub with many options. I know this from experience; we previously owned a walk-in tub from Jacuzzi.
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.
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Business Description: Artistry Builders is a Sacramento based residential and light commercial construction company that has been building extraordinary structures for 15 years. Our quality craftsmanship has earned us a reputation as one of the area's premiere contractors. We specialize in new construction as well as remodeling, additions, green building and tenant improvements.
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Business Description: EASE, Inc.—Eagle Accessibility Solutions &amp; Equipment—provides solutions for accessing your world. Certified Aging in Place Specialist <b>(CAPS) t</b>hrough the NAHB. We have extensive training, outstanding problem solving skills, and personal experience in working with different abilities (a.k.a. disabilities). This last difference sets us apart from anyone else in the area, as we understand the need to keep a house looking like a home and <u>not</u> a hospital. <br /> <br /> We specialize in assistive equipment from all kinds of <b>lifts</b> (ceiling, platform, pool/spa, floor) to <b>ramps</b> and <b>automatic door openers</b>. A licensed general contractor, we offer <b>accessibility remodeling</b> (eg <b>walk-in bathtubs,</b>, roll-in showers, custom ramps, and now <b>Home Automation!</b>). And, no matter where you live, we provide <b>consulting</b> to the entire United States! Solutions for <b>physical</b> (Cerebral Palsy, MS, ALS, trauma, etc.) and/or <b>cognitive</b> (Alzheimer's, dementia, Autism, Downs Syndrome, etc.) challenges, alike. <br /> <br /> All of our clients deserve and will receive <b>Dignity, Opportunity, &amp; Respect</b>. Vendored by <b>Veterans Administration</b> and other local entities. Check out our web site at www.accesswithease.com to learn more. <b><i>Access Your World with EASE!™</i></b> <br />
4.8

(52)

Recent Review: They did a wonderful job. We love the tile shower we had them put in. It took a little longer to finish than was originally stated, due to family issues they had. But, overall I am very pleased with outcome and everything looks good. We have been enjoying the new bathroom. His workers were very professional and cleaned up very well each day.
4.6

(150)

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Recent Review: My husband had a stroke last fall and was still having difficulty climbing in and out of our current bathtub/shower units, so we decided to have a remodel done earlier than originally planned. Starting with Cynthia, the designer, in April, I was impressed by her knowledge and suggestions she made to meet our needs. The estimate was twice what I'd hoped, but I didn't want to compromise on the materials (Corian), so she made several suggestions as to how to reduce the cost. Because they're so popular and busy, we had to wait until May for the project manager to come out for final measurements, and mid-July to start the work. David, our project manager, was also very professional, pleasant, and informative. We had two different installers, Frankie, who did the demolition and toilet installation, and Chris, who did all of the electrical, plumbing, and installation of the custom shower and door. They were both faultlessly professional, pleasant, and efficient, always calling 15-30 minutes before arriving, and arriving close to the estimated times they'd promised. They were very respectful of us and our home, adjusting some of the noisier work to times we weren't home, and cleaning up at the end of every day. Chris also met the city inspector for the initial inspection, and she is reportedly a very detail-oriented person. He'd not only had to change the placement of the plumbing, but he also brought the electrical wiring up to code because of the poor work of our original builder. Chris said she gave the job rave reviews. Another advantage was that they installed a lock box near the front door so they could enter even if we couldn't arrange to be home when they were working. The job took three weeks to complete, a week longer than expected because of on oversight by the subcontractor who made the shower door. David and Chris were most apologetic, saying this error was a very unusual occurrence, and David arranged for us to receive a small credit on the final payment for our inconvenience. Every person we spoke with/met from Kitchen Mart, including several people we spoke to on the phone, was a pleasure to work with and we'd recommend them to anyone looking to upgrade kitchens or bathrooms. The professionalism and quality of work was worth the price being higher than we'd planned.
5.0

(17)

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Recent Review: I am extremely pleased with my new walk-in shower. It looks so nice with the rock tiles. It works well for my elderly, disabled mother whom lives with me. We both could not be happier with the job that Don done.
4.9

(38)

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Recent Review: Ron did a very professional job. I needed floor covering so my disabled husband could maneuver more easily in our home. He measured what was needed, bought the materials and installed. What was nice was Ron went above and beyond installing a side railing on the bed (which I would have never figured out) and installed a hand-held shower head....I included the extras in his pay, but was very grateful that he both responded to my needs and did it with a smile....
5.0

(1)

Recent Review: Doug Hensley is the owner of this company. He is a general contractor. Since I am disabled I needed to have more accessible cabinets and shelves that pull out and he did that for me. Generally I use him for anything wrong for the house. He is marvelous. Doug is very conscientious. He does all kinds of construction. I live in an adult community and he used to work before going independent so he knows these homes very well. He is almost a perfectionist. I just got a bid from him for painting the interior of my house. He is superb.
4.8

(25)

Recent Review: My wife is a bath person and due to her disabilities hasn't been able to take a bath in years. The process of finding a walk-in tub and a contractor seemed daunting. We found Anthony with the help of Angie?s list and everything fell into place and we have not only the walk-in tub but a beautiful bathroom. Anthony and his team take meticulous care of every detail and have solid knowledge of walk-in tub installation and hardware for special needs. The whole project stayed on-time and inside the budget. As a professional project manager I really appreciate the care Anthony took in making expectations very clear in advance including any parts of the project that might need to change as the project progressed. We are absolutely delighted with his work.

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They did a wonderful job. We love the tile shower we had them put in. It took a little longer to finish than was originally stated, due to family issues they had. But, overall I am very pleased with outcome and everything looks good. We have been enjoying the new bathroom. His workers were very professional and cleaned up very well each day.