Business Description: Providing freedom and independence to the people of Eastern Washington & Northern Idaho for over ten years. We are a family owned and operated company and are fully bonded and insured. Specializing in all home accessibility needs and custom deck designs. We are known for our outstanding customer service and work hard to ensure your complete satisfaction. We will work with you to make sure the ramp or deck is easy to use and exactly what you want! Guarantee it! We have a variety of customer needs or wants. From interior to exterior accessibility, we meet those needs with a full line of products to help with travel and independence.
Business Description: We are a mobile restoration service company specializing in brick, concrete, stone, and wood.
We are an ECO friendly company that uses no chemicals to clean your surface, just water under pressure mixed with crushed glass!!
From restoring classic brick homes to giving your wood deck and fencing a new facelift if you have something you need or want restored to new give us a call.
Business Description: Eagle River Development, LLC was organized in the year 2000 through a merger between a general contracting company and an environmental/geological consulting and services firm. The company provides its customers a business having credible vertical and horizontal building experience as well as professional environmental and geological consulting capabilities. Eagle River is a graduate of the SBA 8(a) business program and qualifies as a Minority Business Enterprise. The company also participates in an SBA approved Mentor-Protégé program and has a successful Joint Venture (ERLK JV) in effect with one of the regions larger construction firms. Recently the Joint Venture entity has successfully completed a 27-home housing development and community center at Inchelium, WA. Eagle River employs a staff of project managers, superintendents, operators and craftsmen-a team that has experience and that has successfully completed more than 500 construction and professional consulting projects. Eagle River maintains a perfect L&I safety record (EMR 0.89), high standards of work quality and craftsmanship, technical know-how, integrity, financial strength (D&B rated), and large scale project bonding capacity.
Partner and owner Richard W. Curtiss is a member of the Spokane Indian Tribe and has over forty years’ experience in numerous building and civil engineering construction projects. Partner and owner, John F. Wark, is a licensed Professional Geologist with over thirty-five years of experience in construction and mining management, scheduling and estimating together with the discovery of a number of large gold mines and successful completion of numerous geological and environmental projects. Together, the owners oversee the company contracts, estimates, schedules, quality control and safety procedures.
Business Description: With a well-managed, professional staff of nearly 50 people, Environment West has the ability to efficiently and effectively serve our clients. Environment West’s highly motivated team ensures that the projects’ design, landscape, irrigation (offering both spring start-ups and fall blow-outs), and subcontracted elements successfully come together in a well-orchestrated event.
Recent Review: Very easy to work with from initial proposal through final sign off. Provided a professional bid. Hit the time estimates dead on. Repaired a couple minor areas that weren't to satisfaction without any hassle. During the build, suggested a couple modifications that resulted in a better final product. Accepted change orders during the process and didn't 'nickel and dime' us on them. Very professional and very conscientious. Will hire Jason for more work in the future.
Recent Review: I've had excellent work from them. The prices are fair and they're very honest. I just use them all the time. I don't shop around. I just go to them. I could only say good things about them. What stood out about them was honesty, promptness and attention to detail.
Business Description: We are a local family operated Father & Sons Company, with membership in the Better Business Bureau and a long history of quality craftsmanship, as well as hundreds of satisfied customers. We are proud of our reference list, and work very hard to maintain an important community relationship.
All phases of remodeling from foundation to finish. All work comes with guarantee and a complete list of references and photos.
Business Description: For almost 15 years, Matt has been working to better the community one house at a time. He spends quality time with you to help improve the value of your home by adding a deck, recovering your existing deck or updating your deck to make it modern, functional, and beautiful. You are the one Matt wants to meet to help you find a solution to your decking needs.
Reviews in Spokane Valley for Building Wheelchair Ramps
ASimon's Construction Services
Excellent! We are extremely happy with the results and would hire Simon and his company again. We can recommend them if you need a new deck built and their work is of high quality.
- Karen K....
AHandyman Matters Of Spokane
They did a wonderful job! I really appreciated that their actual cost came in lower than their actual bid. They are true gentleman and very top notch. The quality of their work is top notch as well. I will definitley contact them for my future needs.
- Ralph K....
The quality and integrity was unsurpassed. The workmanship and honesty was exceptional. The price was also very competitive.
- Rick A....
Very easy to work with from initial proposal through final sign off. Provided a professional bid. Hit the time estimates dead on. Repaired a couple minor areas that weren't to satisfaction without any hassle. During the build, suggested a couple modifications that resulted in a better final product. Accepted change orders during the process and didn't 'nickel and dime' us on them. Very professional and very conscientious. Will hire Jason for more work in the future.
- Michael S....
Arrived for estimate on time. Recommended method to ensure water would not be a contributing factor to decay. Observed and recommended replacement of some support posts as well. Submitted bid in timely fashion. Arrived as promised to perform work. Cleaned up and hauled away waste. My inspection revealed workmanlike methods and a safe and sturdy end result.
- Mark R....
I was really impressed with the quality of work performed. He cleaned up after himself as he went, and went above and beyond what I expected several times. Always professional and punctual, also friendly. Very hard worker. My stove is 40 years old, and the oven looks like new.
- Charlene D....
AGrady's Mr. Fix-It, Inc.
I've had excellent work from them. The prices are fair and they're very honest. I just use them all the time. I don't shop around. I just go to them. I could only say good things about them. What stood out about them was honesty, promptness and attention to detail.
- Karen P....
FRay Harty Construction
Ray and his sons showed up promptly on Day 1 and quickly removed the old deck. That went fine and Ray did have some good design ideas that proved better than my original plan, but then it went downhill. Punctuality was random, work seemed to halt frequently for personal phone calls; several of their family members dropped by in the middle of one day, resulting in about an hour of lounging and socializing in my yard and requests to use my kitchen to wash baby bottles. When it was time to install the spindles for the ramp railing, which I knew I'd be painting prior to installation, what they supplied was unfinished, unsanded, splintered wood. Because they couldn't continue until the spindles were painted, I had no choice. They look cheap and splinters are frequent if you aren't careful. The wood they used for the deck itself already has splits. There is nothing "finished" or professional appearing about it. I also discovered a month or so later that they had left a space on the back of the ramp uncovered, allowing easy access for a feral cat that took up residence under the deck. The worst part though is that when they were finally finished (after a mediocre cleanup. I'm still finding nails.) I applied the exact paint that Ray recommended. Within days it was looking awful: simple dirt results in staining and after a few cold nights and snow, it began peeling. The surface was so slippery that walking on it whenever there is even slight moisture is risky. Example: my dog slipped and ended up with a $200 vet bill and a month on pain pills and restricted activity. After talking to Home Depot, I was told that the paint Ray recommended was a poor choice. On their advice I purchased Deck Restore. The problem was that the first finish needed to be removed or at least scuffed up to allow adhesion. Not having the equipment or muscle to do it myself, I emailed Ray and politely explained the problem, asking for help with the surface sanding so that I could apply the Deck Restore. Several days later he responded that he would have his son contact me. I waited a week, no contact, so I called him. He stated that "maybe they could work me in in a few weeks and they'd charge me JUST $100 to sand it. When I pointed out that I wouldn't need to be buying and applying a second product just months after their "guaranteed" work, he stated that he'd have to talk to his dad and they would call. Another week of no contact, so I emailed again. The response I got boiled down to 'we're busy and it's your problem'. But he DID wish me "Peace and God's blessings" so that makes it okay. I don't think God would recommend this company either.