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  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    We initially interviewed 3 companies for estimates on what we wanted done and their process for the work involved. After meeting with all three we decided to go with Just Stucco & Windows. They weren't the least expensive but James Rooks left us with a great impression of his abilities and knowledge of delivering a quality product. James kept us advised of slight changes in the scheduled work due to weather and answered any questions we had about the process in a very timely manner. Once the project started the crew arrived on time every day and completed each step, from prepping the property to the finished coat in a timely manner. They kept the area neat and cleaned up after themselves. The finished product is beautiful. The attention to detail is apparent, no errant color splashes, all fixtures reinstalled properly. We highly recommend James and the whole crew from Just Stucco
    Julie F.
  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    James has an amazing team of skilled professionals who worked around inclement winter weather to remove a door and window and seamlessly patch the inside and outside walls of my house. They did a great job moving a window with it's security gate and worked courteously with plumbers who were working on a project in the same space. They were timely, responsive, and did a good job cleaning up after they were done. This is the second time I've hired James Rooks and highly recommend him and his crew for remodel projects
    Rosemarie L.
  • Libo Electric Inc
    Excellent! Victor Libo was on time, knowledgeable, friendly and honest. The work was done quickly and as expected. I would certainly rehire him for other projects when needed.
    Lee S.
  • CVM Carpentry & Drywall
    Chris/CVM Carpentry did a great job converting a closet to a pantry. He took time to help me think through each step of the process, and made practical suggestions that helped give me what I wanted. He was punctual, fairly priced and I felt very comfortable working with him. Would definitely hire again
    Carol H.
  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    James and his crew are a "breath of fresh air". He has proven to me that not all contractors are irresponsible and unreliable. The crew arrived day on time and cleaned up at the end of the day. James was easy to deal with and communicated well with me. If you want a good, honest job, I recommend Just Stucco and Windows. The work looks beautiful
    Joy S.
  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    Great -- I have a large window (~3'x6') that sits at an angle over a garden tub that was leaking and needed to be replaced. I hired Just Stucco and Windows based on all the positive reviews, and I was not disappointed. They were always prompt, professional, and polite, and did a fantastic job on the window installation as well as the stucco repair around the window -- the color and texture is such a close match to the existing stucco you can hardly tell any work was done. Unfortunately, due to the slope of the window, water collects in the recess between the window pane and the frame and has nowhere to go, so it leaked shortly after installation (where the glass meets the frame). I called James and they came out to recaulk the window. Although it hasn't rained since then, I'm not sure if it will leak again, but I'm 100% confident that if it does they will come right and to make it right. Thank you James and your staff, I will definitely call you in the future when I'm in need of window and/or stucco work
    Marie G.
  • Professional Contracting
    Remarkably well! PCB laid the foundation last fall, 2019. They were careful to match its elevation to the existing house and didn't miss it by even a quarter inch. The main construction started om April 6, 2020 and finished on June 23, 2020. The work was done as per the approved plans and better. We were very impressed with the owners ( Mr. Felipe Silva) attention to detail and prompt responses to our questions or concerns and requested revisions or upgrades. The workmen conducted themselves very professionally and were highly skilled at their crafts. They were also a lot of fun to visit with. We were particularity pleased with the carpentry and roofing skill it took to blend the new addition into the original house and a prior addition. The tile work, cabinetry, counter tops, stucco and wall finishing/paint are all beautiful. Less visible is the plumbing and electrical work it took to tie the buildings together. Once again, very well done. The project came in on budget, plus the cost of the upgrades we requested, and had approved prior to work beginning. I'd recommend PCB to anyone interested in a quality remodel project. They are a really excellent group of people
    Charles A.
  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    James and his crew did a great job! They took care not to damage the new windows. Some landscaping was damaged, but it was right up by the house where they needed to be. It will recover. Clean up was good, too. There’s always a little grit left around, but it’s easily swept up. We had used Just Stucco and Windows for the sunroom addition two years ago. We weren’t the easiest of people to work with, but James was great! He and his crew are prompt and professional. They are the only ones we’ll call for Stucco work
    Barbara B.
  • Just Stucco & Windows LLC
    Just Stucco did a great job on our home. The crew successfully repaired walls that were cracked and peeling. They matched the color well and we are very pleased with the job. James supervised the work and he was easy to reach with any questions that we had as the work progressed. We will definitely hire this company again for any stucco work that we may need in the future
    Lee L.
  • Advanced American Construction Inc.
    We bought a block construction 1800 square foot duplex in the North Valley that was built in the 1950s. To get the FHA loan we had to fix the “structural” issues like the foundation and roof and block before they would give us the loan. After the “structural repairs” were complete the first contractor was too busy to continue helping us. We needed a second contractor to do everything else to make it habitable. I called Advanced American Construction and the contractor returned my call the same day and met with me the next day to evaluate the project. From that point on they finished gutting the duplex to make everything new. They replumbed everything from the street in with PEX tubing. At the time I was not 100% sure that we needed to do so but in hindsite we are very happy that we did it then. They also put in new water heaters and built the closets around them. We asked for a shower with two shower heads and everything works wonderfully with excellent water pressure. When we bought the duplex it appeared nothing had been done to code. Our contractor did everything right so that we wouldnt have to worry about issues in the future. It was more expensive than we were anticipating but it will help any resale price in the future and I can sleep at night knowing the water pipes aren’t leaking and the water heater door is fireproof. All of the ceilings were sagging and the door frames were out of square and odd sizes. The contractor’s team repaired the damaged ceiling rafters and re-plastered every wall and ceiling at my request. They did such a uniform job troweling with the structolite base that I had them leave it like that. Additionally, the contractor recommended replacing the inadequate old ceiling insulation and insulating under the duplex. It had been much colder Inside than Outside during the winter but with the structolite and insulation the entire duplex warmed up. Now that we’ve moved in and its summertime we are finding that the inside temperature is much more tolerable with the structolite and insulation as well. The contractor also recommended keeping the old hardwood floors. This was our original plan but we had veered awkwardly away from the charm of our little rustic abode. We appreciate that he expressed his opinion regarding the atmosphere we were trying to achieve: simple, clean, close to the original, with wood floor living areas and tile bathroom and kitchen and simple white baseboards. He also recommended that we refinish the brick floors in the bedroom. At the time I was not sure but I knew that I would have to do it eventually. They look so much better! He triple insulated the walls between our bedroom and the tenant bedroom for our privacy. When the electrician carved up the kitchen wall to redo the wiring he reframed the wall without charge. The tile work in the bathrooms and the cabinet installation look great. They repaired the exterior stucco around the doors and the two new windows. We passed all the inspections and I’m confident that all of the work that has been done was done well. We are comfortable and our dogs are happy. I am convinced that every serious remodel done to code costs twice as much as you would expect and takes twice as long but in our case it was worth it. I trust that if there is a problem in the next year the contractor will stand by his warranty. I was able to reach the contractor to ask questions etc easily. I also want to emphasize how professional he was compared to some other sub contractors we have worked with. He listened to what we wanted, asked questions, made recommendations, gave more and less expensive alternatives and then completed the work that we agreed upon. If there was a questions or problem he fixed the situation immediately and never made an excuse. My recommendation for other homeowners is that they make sure that they fully understand what they are asking for and have a detailed estimate in writing. Make sure that you understand the labor price above and beyond the price of the job (additional demolition, trash hauling, reframing, etc) and check in weekly to see how many additional hours you are racking up. If the charges seem to be excessively high, discuss them with the contractor and you will probably find that his prices are within a reasonable range for quality work done to code. Attached are photos of the laundry room vanity, the brick bedroom nook, and the view into the kitchen
    Ellen K.
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