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    RDH Construction
    I know this is long but I guarantee you will receive pertinent information and knowledge about Richard Hopkins, owner of RDH Construction, horrible contractor���s license history and how to protect yourself against Richard and any other contractor you may hire and how you will be treated in the court system and what you need to do and have if you have to go to court. I have never had such a major job done to any of my repo homes I purchased, I was able to do a lot of the work myself. I had a major leak that did major damage in this home and I certainly was not completely educated even after doing research. If anyone has any questions regarding this posting or wants to see all my pictures and documentation regarding the mess Richard made of my house, you can contact me at cacowgirl at prodigy dot net and put Richard Hopkins in the reason field. Also, when you are researching Richard Hopkins, ask yourself this question: Richard���s license was effective in 1990, you will not find one review on him until mine, in 2019, which was after my small claims court date. 29 years and no reviews, WHY??? Now he has a couple of people who posted but not until after mine. I am working on updating ALL 4 of my reviews BBB, Superpages, Angie���s List and Buildzoom on Richard Hopkins, owner of RDH Construction in Citrus Heights, CA. When I first researched Richard Hopkins on the California State Licensing Board for contractors I did not realize I had to go hunting for Richard���s FULL report, I just found the full report on 04 20 2019 with the help of another contractor; I am going to give you the FULL REPORT so what happened to me does not happen to you. I found out Richard does not carry workman���s comp for anyone that works for him, TOTALLY AGAINST THE LAW WITH A HEFTY FINE, and Richard had his son working for him in my home. When I told Judge Weinberg this information he blew it off by saying my homeowners insurance will cover it. First of all, why should my homeowner���s insurance be expected to pay?? They will raise my rates. Next, let me tell you the ramifications of Richard not carrying workman���s comp on his employees. We all know that insurance companies work at getting out of paying for anything. Most likely your homeowners will not cover anyone���s injuries when their employer does not have workman���s comp insurance on their employees. Your insurance company will tell you it is your responsibility to make sure everyone is covered by workman���s comp by asking for proof of policy. If Richards son got injured in my home, working under the table for a company that does not carry workman���s comp insurance on its employees and my homeowners denies the claim, Richards son could sue me personally to cover his injuries and I would be destroyed since I am disabled and on SSD. Richard was issued his license in 02 07 1990 and a little over a year later Richard had a complaint filed against him. The citation number is 3 1991 002439 where his license was suspended on 09 03 1993 and was reissued on 07 16 2015, that is 22 years later. Richard was in violation of 7107 Business and Professions Abandonment without legal excuse of any construction project AND violation 7113 Exceeded contract amount. Which is two things Richard did to me. Contractors have to carry one bond, Richard has to carry the standard bond AND A DISCIPLINARY BOND. A DISCIPLINARY BOND is a required bond for a contractor following suspension or revocation to get their license reinstated. It is used by the CSLB as an additional punishment to the contractor to help protect the consumer a little more than just having a standard bond, this did not stop Richard when he started my job in November of 2016 and walked off my job on 2 3 2017 being paid in full, leaving several incomplete jobs and incomplete dangerous electrical work. Usually cited contractors have to pay additional fines to the CSLB and serve some kind of time span before being allowed to apply to be a contractor again and according to CSLB dates, Richard had to wait 22 years. After I had made my 4 review postings, Richard states he contacted all of the above sites to have my reviews taken down. Buildzoom was the only site out of the 4 above who contacted me with the email Richard sent, threatening them with legal action if they did not take down my post. Buildzoom took down my review and ALSO requested my documentation. To make a long story short, after reviewing my documentation Buildzoom reposted my review along with the warning to double check Richard���s license status with the license board. I saved you that headache of searching for the full report because it was not easy to find. Buildzoom ALSO RATED RICHARD HOPKINS stating he is in the 30%tile range out of 336,931 contractors in California. Richard now states during those years he was not a contractor he worked as a foreman; IF you use him, have him provide some documentation of his work experience for 22 years AND try to contact these employers just to confirm Richard had 22 years of construction experience because what he did to my house is not indicative of a whole lot of experience, especially the dangerous electrical installation of the over the stove microwave, pinching and bending the cord in half and not completing the electrical outlet installation which was deemed dangerous by a licensed electrician and another electrical outlet was deemed dangerous by the city inspector and the inspection did not pass. Richard told me I could use my microwave and the other electrical outlet for my counter top oven, and I did so for 8 weeks before finding out they were dangerous which increased the risk of me having an electrical house fire. I have many suggestions when using Richard Hopkins. My first suggestion is contacting the California State Licensing Board and ask them how you can get the brochure Contracting for Success, A Contractor���s Guide to Home Improvement Contracts. When I physically turned in my complaint to CSLB they gave me this brochure which is intended for the contractors but really needs to be available to the consumer, too. Richard broke laws and did not provide a proper legal contract to me, one example is Richard did not put a completion date on the contract and when he walked off the job he said, ���There is no completion date on your contract and I can take as long as I want to finish your job.��� My second suggestion, have family or friends there to be an advocate for you, especially if you are a single female like me, to go over your contract with you and to stand up with you when dealing with Richard because he yelled at me several times. My contract was for $14,400 and I did not check Richards numbers until much later and found he added in an extra $1,500 worth of requested payments making the amount he was asking for come to $15,900. Make a list of everything you want done and check the contract with your advocate to make sure everything is on the contract and the contract meets the standards in the above brochure. I missed the fact that one thing I wanted was not on the contract and Richard indicated all thru the process he was going to do that installation. Also, Richard was requesting checks before tasks were even started, Richard asked for the money for the cabinet installation before the cabinets were even delivered and that is against the law per the above brochure. You really need cameras to be everywhere to capture every moment and every conversation with Richard and his work, again the contractors brochure showed me Richard did many things wrong. Richard also told me he took pictures of my house, I never gave him permission to take pictures of my house. Plus, if you go to court and you do not have a video of Richard the judge will say, Where is your proof. Just because you say something happened, these judges will not believe you. I even gave Judge Lapham over 75 pictures and all kinds of my written documentation, a report and description of paid repairs from a licensed electrician, city inspector report that did not pass, general contractors description of repairs with payment, licensed tile contractor with description of repairs around the door jams and install the bathroom tile Richard refused to complete on his contract and payment, a handy mans description of repairs with payment and Home Depot sent over a flooring person to write up a report documenting the unlevel tile in the living room and dining room. All of the above was not even taken into consideration by Judge Lapham. You need every second of video documentation when dealing with Richard, dot every I and cross every T. AND IF YOU END UP IN COURT, hire a court reporter because these proceedings are not recorded in any way so you have no proof if lies are being told and you have no recourse. Every day, at the end of Richards workday, do a video interview with Richard to document what he did and what is NOT COMPLETED. Richard does not complete one task before going on to the next, he left many incomplete tasks and tasks done wrong���Richard installed the wrong dimmer switch causing lights to flicker, Richard did not complete the crown molding and damaged it to the point I had to buy new crown molding, Richard did not caulk inside window, Richard chipped the kitchen tile-left the cut end of the bull nose unfinished-left the toe kick end unfinished telling me to buy a sharpie and color them, Richard did not put the transition strip in-he doesn���t do that, Richard did not complete the installation of the kitchen water shut off valve under my sink causing it to leak (I researched this on YouTube), Richard did not complete grouting 5 ft of back splash, the garbage disposal sounded like it had rocks in it, Richard installed the kitchen faucet wrong-had the very hot water in the center, refused to fix it and told me to turn down the water heater, when Richard ordered the cabinets he did not ask me how I wanted the cabinet doors to open-I actually
    - Cheryle L.
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    AHA CONSTRUCTION
    The contractor provided written estimate & contract, was proactive in working out any issues along the way to provide a great over all experience and finished addition to my home. Work was done as agreed, within budget, and was a provided good communications.
    - Shah H.
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    Spectrum One
    I would recommend this company to anyone in need of work done on their home. I had a terrible problem with fungi inside and outside of my home. There was dry rot on the siding and trim, the plywood roof sheathing on the patio cover, the support beams suffered from fungi damage, a lot of my wood sash windows were affected by the fungi as well. Spectrum One sent their crew out right away. Not only did they remove and replace all of the damaged wood, they also fixed my leaking faucet and toilet. Thank you!!
    - Mariya T.
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    Spectrum One

    They did a great job, all the work was performed in accordance to the current building regulations and codes. The work was performed on time. They took into account all of our wishes, used modern materials which we have selected for design purposes. Spectrum One used advanced technologies and equipment.

    We are looking forward to developing a long term relationship with Spectrum One, Inc as they proved to be a reliable, highest quality Contractor we have ever had a chance to work with. Thank you Spectrum One���s Team! 

    - Natalya O.
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    Spectrum One
    Spectrum One is my go to company. Anytime I need any remodeling or maintenance service they always to provide a superb quality work. They did my kitchen and bathroom remodeling. Painted all the rooms in my house. Changed flooring from carpet to hardwood floors and repaired my patio. Also, they do maintenance when when I need plumbing or A/C done. They are very professional and respond in timely manner. Highly recommended.  
    - Olivia R.
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    Drury Homes
    It went great!! And continues to be great.  We're having him start another project for us tomorrow.Through all the years of working with Rick, we have found the highest level of professionalism at all times.  It has been great to work with him, his communication is spot on and never felt pressured to do something I was not sure about. All decisions and/or changes that may have needed to be made were discussed amicably and the final results were always to both parties satisfaction.  He's just a stand up contractor.

    I have never been disappointed in any of my dealings and work projects with Rick.  I wish we had even more work for him becuase he is a pleasure to work with.

    We would have recommended him easily without hesitation to neighbors and friends and business associates.

    - Dave M.
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    Spectrum One
    Initially I set up an appointment to get an estimate for our kitchen. I was informed that there was a fee of 125.00 to come to my home to do that. At first I was a little skeptical, but then it was explained to me that the 125.00 would be included with the cost of the job. I had them come out and the gentlemen that came out were very nice. They did all the measuring and listened to exactly want we wanted to have done. They also made some recommendations on where we should go to look for our flooring and such. They were very courteous and knowledgeable. My husband and I went to the stores that they suggested and I found some beautiful tile. We checked out a few samples to see how they would look with the lighting in our house. We placed the tiles on our floor in different parts of the kitchen to see which one I liked the best. My husband actually left the final decision up to me. I made my decision and called up Spectrum One. We had already purchased our appliances and they had gave us a list of other material that was needed. Once everything was set up, the guys came out to do the job. They were on time and cleaned up after themselves. They were very hard workers and made sure that the job was dust free. Not only did they do an awesome job on my floor, but they also did a beautiful back splash. I was very pleased with the installation of my cabinets. I would definitely refer them to all my family and friends.
    - Dina M.
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    B & B Harvey Construction
    I would not trust him to touch my house because he is a flake. I was totally serious about getting a full bathroom remodel. I would also not let his wife sell any piece of real estate. Obviously she does not follow through on serious leads to sell a house and/help a couple buy a house.
    - victoria m.
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    Timco Construction Inc.
    We called a few contractors for our loft and discovered Tim is awesome to work with. He's been in touch with us throughout the process. His son works with him and they are proactive in letting you know whats going on during the build. An example of this would be the day they finished laying the floor boards in the loft i went upstairs to look at the work and instead of waiting for me to discover the squeaks and then ask them about it they told me about it. The liquid nail has to set first and then it will go away. Next day no squeaks... It feels good knowing that ahead of time instead of finding it out on my own and freaking out without knowing all the information. We liked Timco so much that we already have him booked for an in-law addition to our house.
    - Patrick S.
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    SHEcan2
    I called the number listed and they called me back within two days. I emailed them my house plans for them to review before they came out to the property on 8/27/13 and have yet to hear from them. I understand they may be busy but at least call and give me a heads up. I was left hanging.
    - Amber S.
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