Business Description: Since 1975, Davis Kitchens has offered striking design, quality cabinetry, professional installation and first-class service. Davis Kitchens is Southern Arizona’s leader in cabinetry. We are a major Tucson, Arizona cabinet distributor for remodeling and new construction alike. We provide professional cabinet designs and installation for your kitchen remodeling, bathroom remodel, room addition or new home construction.
Our professional team includes cabinet designers, field superintendents, installers & service technicians. The excellence that sets us apart includes our sales support staff, order department, administration and operations group, warehouse and delivery personnel and customer support representatives. Accuracy is another key to our success. The way our employees communicate frequently and fully with our customers throughout the process contributes to our timely completion of your project.
52 employees. Occasionally uses subs.
Business Description: We are a home builder/remodelling company. we do windows, doors, bathrooms, concrete, and many more. We have staffs that is very knowledgeable in all area of construction. Additional Contact name - George Richter. Additional DBAs - Sierra Custom Homes, Sierra Remodeling & Advanced Kitchen and Bath Designs.
Workmen were very nice, cleaned up every day, but did not do as good a job as they could have due to restraints by supervisors. Re-Bath showroom shows remodeled shower/bath surrounds with molded corners, actual installation was a flat sheet of plastic bonded to sheet-rock, with corners sealed with liquid sealer. New walls were not square with surround, and walls not prepared properly to match existing walls. I told them to quit when they installed (permanently) the bathroom cabinet/sink on bare concrete floor and were about to install cheap rubber flooring around sink instead of installing entire floor then putting in cabinet. I paid full contract price - then installed my own ceramic floor, bought and installed my own toilet, did patching/painting of bathroom. Bathroom sink would not drain, so I called a plumber and had it cleaned out of construction debris so it would work. A window in bedroom where bathroom was located got broken, and the supervisor said a bird had broken it (from the inside) and would not fix it. The bathroom next to the one they "remodeled" had the drain knocked loose, which they said was rotten but grudgingly fixed. I got permission to use their trash trailer for some torn-up cardboard and one fence pole but asked a worker instead of the supervisor. He said it cost them an extra $50.00 to empty what was probably less than two pounds of cardboard and a 5' chain-link pole that had been run over. I learned a lesson. Don't ask workers anything. ASK QUESTIONS!! DO NOT SIGN CONTRACT OR YOU WILL END UP PAYING TOTAL AMOUNT!! ASK FOR OTHER REMODEL COMPANIES TO GIVE YOU AN ESTIMATE BEFORE CHOOSING ReBATH -Sierra Remdelers.