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Business Description: Superior Subcontracting Services
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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.
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Business Description: we are a small business that has been around for over 20 years. We offer all services for RV and Mobile home repair. Family owned and operated with the knowledge needed to get the job done. We are a full service business. we accept all major credits cards, and will work with you when it comes to pricing.
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Business Description: If given a project I am fully able to organize the project, purchase all needed materials and complete the job as agreed upon. I typically work alone on most projects, however I have several individuals that are available do custom work on remodels where a specific craftsman is required. At the completion of the project I will provide each client with an itemized invoice of labor and materials. I charge each client for the purchase price of materials. I have worked on remodels - both mobile units and typical construction.
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Recent Review: I contacted Dallas Rutherford by phone on May 2, 2013.  We are building a home in Carmel Valley, and we needed story poles erected for the county planning department.  These are the poles with the orange netting at the top.  My designer had already contacted his local contractor, who had given an estimate for $3000.  I asked him if he would mind if I called and obtained another estimate.  My designer said it wasn't a problem, and that's when I contacted California Story Poles.  I spoke with Mr. Rutherford, who asked me to email him pictures of the elevations and roof lines, which I did.  The next day I received an email, stating he didn't have enough information to give me an estimate, but he could "probably beat the other quote."  I replied to him, "Thank you, anyways." When I arrived home that evening, I checked my email and was surprised to see a reply from Dallas Rutherford who said it was just as well, as I had already hired someone else, and it was very inconsiderate of me to be possibly screwing up another guy's workday."  I was flabbergasted.  I wrote back that I hadn't hired anyone yet, and it was rude to assume I was being inconsiderate.  He replied with seven words:  "You are clearly an idiot.  Go away."   In all my dealings with contractors, I've never seen such poor customer service and lack of respect.  I started searching for reviews for this company, and I'm not the first one to be insulted.  There are lots of reviews out there, so please do your homework.  Save yourself a headache and hire the local guy! PS.  To those who are still skeptical that a contractor would actually write that, I have saved all the emails, so if anyone wants to read it for themselves, I would be happy to send a copy.
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Recent Review: Complaint Letter Regarding Alleged Fraud by Ambrosia Construction and employee January 17, 2014. (As of this posting, Gary Ambrosia, Sr. is unresponsive to meet to work out a repayment plan. A signed certified receipt was signed by Gary Ambrosia, Sr. confirming receipt of this January 17, 2014 letter and texts to my mobile phone.) To:  Gary Ambrosia, Sr. and employee, Gary Ambrosia, Jr. Ambrosia Construction CA Lic. #353546 AZ Lic. #ROC266929 272 Larkin Street, Monterey, CA  93940.  8314022398 Re:  Alleged Solar System Battery Fraud Scam and Repayment Plan  Attn:  Messrs. Ambrosia (Sr.) and Ambrosia (Jr.) I have recently become aware of your fraudulent overbilling for solar system batteries and use of cheap batteries not meant to be used for photovoltaic solar systems.  This letter is a demand for full and immediate reimbursement. In 2012 you proposed and installed a Schuco photovoltaic electric system (solar system) and thermal hot water system for my Monterey residence per the March 5, 2012 California contract for $85,493.00.  The contract was revised on April 13, 2012 to $75,566.03.  The revision changed the ?solar battery, Ojai OES-2 lithium battery? price at $30,608.52 to ?solar battery, deep cell maintenance free? priced at $17,073.65. Yet, the price difference was $13,534.87.  The eight batteries that were actually installed are Trojan T-105 batteries that are common golf cart batteries and only cost $105 each for a total of $840.00 not $17,073.65!  I was fraudulently  overbilled $16,233.65. I texted, emailed and phoned you for a copy of the original battery invoice for the golf cart batteries installed and you have refused to submit it to me. Moreover, the solar system kept failing.  I repeatedly asked to be educated on the system and how to care for the batteries.  I offered several times when to meet. I asked for consistent maintenance of the batteries and could not obtain it. You even avoided informing me that the battery failure was causing the acid on the floor. Twice after much pleading and being left without power you came over and only re-connected me up to PG&E.  You should have turned off the circuit breakers, waited 20 minutes, checked the distilled water levels in the batteries (battery replacement) and used a simple $7.00 Hydrometer to test the batteries functioning level and checking the water levels, and then rebooted the Inverters as per the Schuco main office engineer. I now understand why you didn?t want to replace any batteries, because that would have revealed the cheap golf cart batteries.  I finally had another engineer help me, and he has fully informed me of the improper design for back-up ability and the substitution of inappropriate and high maintenance golf cart batteries instead of proper solar system low maintenance batteries, and the non-existent non-working back up hook up. The Schuco engineer also informed me that the circuit breakers you used were too low ampage, and the wires you used were too narrow, to handle a back-up generator or back to PG&E.  (You also were in error re the use of a generator.  The HOA stated publicly at the board meeting my generator does not require any approval as there are no limitations for it here and I am on the board. ) I have had the Schuco recommendations corrected at additional cost.  On top of this, you needed money so, because of our parents connection, I paid you, in full, from my personal accounts (wire, checks, cash), per your invoices and statement in advance and then had a very difficult time getting you to finish the system! I am so disappointed you scammed me. The way to correct and clean this up is to apologize and proceed as follows: I would like to be fully refunded for the fraud scheme you both perpetrated plus 10% per year interest from May 2012 to February 1, 2014. $16,233.68 Battery fraud +$ 1,623.37 Interest April 2012 ? March 2013 subtotal: $ 17,857.05 +$ 1,785.70 Interest April 2013 ? January 2014 Total:  $19,642.75  Due February 1, 2014 I hereby demand this reimbursement to be paid in full by February 1, 2014.  I will also accept ten monthly payments in the amount of $2,000.00, (plus interest February ? November 2014), made payable to ?Oracle?, beginning February 1, 2014 This offer will remain open for one week from the date of this letter.  If I do not receive an apology and acceptance of the terms to reimburse, as stated above, I will pursue all available legal remedies and notifications public and private.  For honesty and truth always, Documents: 3. 4.12  Take Off Order Batteries $30,608.52 3. 5.12 Proposal Contract 4.13.12 Proposal Contract Revised  4.13.12 Division Price With Notes  4.17.12  Sales Receipt No. 12041  4.27.12 Statement (Paid in Full)  April 2012 Solar System Diagram by Ambrosia 12.10.13 Battery Systems San Jose Invoice T-105 $105each 12.10.13 Battery Systems San Jose Invoice Hydrometer $7                                  

Reviews in Pebble Beach to Install Chair Lift

FCalifornia Story Poles
I contacted Dallas Rutherford by phone on May 2, 2013.  We are building a home in Carmel Valley, and we needed story poles erected for the county planning department.  These are the poles with the orange netting at the top.  My designer had already contacted his local contractor, who had given an estimate for $3000.  I asked him if he would mind if I called and obtained another estimate.  My designer said it wasn't a problem, and that's when I contacted California Story Poles.  I spoke with Mr. Rutherford, who asked me to email him pictures of the elevations and roof lines, which I did.  The next day I received an email, stating he didn't have enough information to give me an estimate, but he could "probably beat the other quote."  I replied to him, "Thank you, anyways." When I arrived home that evening, I checked my email and was surprised to see a reply from Dallas Rutherford who said it was just as well, as I had already hired someone else, and it was very inconsiderate of me to be possibly screwing up another guy's workday."  I was flabbergasted.  I wrote back that I hadn't hired anyone yet, and it was rude to assume I was being inconsiderate.  He replied with seven words:  "You are clearly an idiot.  Go away."   In all my dealings with contractors, I've never seen such poor customer service and lack of respect.  I started searching for reviews for this company, and I'm not the first one to be insulted.  There are lots of reviews out there, so please do your homework.  Save yourself a headache and hire the local guy! PS.  To those who are still skeptical that a contractor would actually write that, I have saved all the emails, so if anyone wants to read it for themselves, I would be happy to send a copy.
- Chris L....
DAmbrosia Construction
Complaint Letter Regarding Alleged Fraud by Ambrosia Construction and employee January 17, 2014. (As of this posting, Gary Ambrosia, Sr. is unresponsive to meet to work out a repayment plan. A signed certified receipt was signed by Gary Ambrosia, Sr. confirming receipt of this January 17, 2014 letter and texts to my mobile phone.) To:  Gary Ambrosia, Sr. and employee, Gary Ambrosia, Jr. Ambrosia Construction CA Lic. #353546 AZ Lic. #ROC266929 272 Larkin Street, Monterey, CA  93940.  8314022398 Re:  Alleged Solar System Battery Fraud Scam and Repayment Plan  Attn:  Messrs. Ambrosia (Sr.) and Ambrosia (Jr.) I have recently become aware of your fraudulent overbilling for solar system batteries and use of cheap batteries not meant to be used for photovoltaic solar systems.  This letter is a demand for full and immediate reimbursement. In 2012 you proposed and installed a Schuco photovoltaic electric system (solar system) and thermal hot water system for my Monterey residence per the March 5, 2012 California contract for $85,493.00.  The contract was revised on April 13, 2012 to $75,566.03.  The revision changed the ?solar battery, Ojai OES-2 lithium battery? price at $30,608.52 to ?solar battery, deep cell maintenance free? priced at $17,073.65. Yet, the price difference was $13,534.87.  The eight batteries that were actually installed are Trojan T-105 batteries that are common golf cart batteries and only cost $105 each for a total of $840.00 not $17,073.65!  I was fraudulently  overbilled $16,233.65. I texted, emailed and phoned you for a copy of the original battery invoice for the golf cart batteries installed and you have refused to submit it to me. Moreover, the solar system kept failing.  I repeatedly asked to be educated on the system and how to care for the batteries.  I offered several times when to meet. I asked for consistent maintenance of the batteries and could not obtain it. You even avoided informing me that the battery failure was causing the acid on the floor. Twice after much pleading and being left without power you came over and only re-connected me up to PG&E.  You should have turned off the circuit breakers, waited 20 minutes, checked the distilled water levels in the batteries (battery replacement) and used a simple $7.00 Hydrometer to test the batteries functioning level and checking the water levels, and then rebooted the Inverters as per the Schuco main office engineer. I now understand why you didn?t want to replace any batteries, because that would have revealed the cheap golf cart batteries.  I finally had another engineer help me, and he has fully informed me of the improper design for back-up ability and the substitution of inappropriate and high maintenance golf cart batteries instead of proper solar system low maintenance batteries, and the non-existent non-working back up hook up. The Schuco engineer also informed me that the circuit breakers you used were too low ampage, and the wires you used were too narrow, to handle a back-up generator or back to PG&E.  (You also were in error re the use of a generator.  The HOA stated publicly at the board meeting my generator does not require any approval as there are no limitations for it here and I am on the board. ) I have had the Schuco recommendations corrected at additional cost.  On top of this, you needed money so, because of our parents connection, I paid you, in full, from my personal accounts (wire, checks, cash), per your invoices and statement in advance and then had a very difficult time getting you to finish the system! I am so disappointed you scammed me. The way to correct and clean this up is to apologize and proceed as follows: I would like to be fully refunded for the fraud scheme you both perpetrated plus 10% per year interest from May 2012 to February 1, 2014. $16,233.68 Battery fraud +$ 1,623.37 Interest April 2012 ? March 2013 subtotal: $ 17,857.05 +$ 1,785.70 Interest April 2013 ? January 2014 Total:  $19,642.75  Due February 1, 2014 I hereby demand this reimbursement to be paid in full by February 1, 2014.  I will also accept ten monthly payments in the amount of $2,000.00, (plus interest February ? November 2014), made payable to ?Oracle?, beginning February 1, 2014 This offer will remain open for one week from the date of this letter.  If I do not receive an apology and acceptance of the terms to reimburse, as stated above, I will pursue all available legal remedies and notifications public and private.  For honesty and truth always, Documents: 3. 4.12  Take Off Order Batteries $30,608.52 3. 5.12 Proposal Contract 4.13.12 Proposal Contract Revised  4.13.12 Division Price With Notes  4.17.12  Sales Receipt No. 12041  4.27.12 Statement (Paid in Full)  April 2012 Solar System Diagram by Ambrosia 12.10.13 Battery Systems San Jose Invoice T-105 $105each 12.10.13 Battery Systems San Jose Invoice Hydrometer $7                                  
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