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  • A
    Hansen Landscape Contractor
    Hansen is overall and fantastic contractor to work with. They have a very clear process that guides you through from design to build to handoff back to us, their work is stellar, their crews are punctual and professional. We did both back and front yard and the designer encouraged us to dream big with the overall design, but was able to piece it out in such a way that we could build pieces and save some for later. Even though we only did parts of the overall design, I'm still left with the nicest yards of anyone I know.
    - Mark B.
  • A
    RDM Construction
    We were very pleased with Rick's services and plan to continue using him. He's responsive, pleasant and very knowledgeable. His employees were also a pleasure to have around. We would highly recommend his services.
    - Susan H.
  • A
    I thought it was a little high so I can't give it much consideration, but I am still holding on to it to use it as a comparison when I get the next quote. They were very nice. I believe his name was Mark and he was a very knowledgeable person. He knows everything, very courteous, very polite, and very high social skills. He was prompt. He said he would email the quote on a specific day and I got the quote by email that day. He was very professional. They were good. I am very happy with them.
    - Ali E.
  • A
    RDM Construction
    Rick has been amazing.  He has been responsive, adapts well to changes in scope and plan and has always been professional and polite.  Most importantly, he knows how to deal with the sometimes finicky City of Alameda and has been able to get permits and plans approved rapidly and efficiently.  Inspections always go quickly and without any issues.  He has worked well with subcontractors that I've brought in for different parts of the project and has had no ego or concern working with others.  His employees are polite and courteous as well.  If I needed him to do something on the job site, he always makes an effort to do it right away.
    He KNOWS foundations and structural work.  He seriously gets excited to do jobs like this and I can't tell you how happy I've been to work with him on these projects.  His finish work is also well done and my only criticism is that he doesn't quite get as excited or have the same energy for this work, but when he does it, it's done well.
    We will continue to use him as our go-to general contractor for our work here and I look forward to working with him for years to come.  Future projects we intend to use him on: bathroom and kitchen remodel.
    I don't easily or often give "A"s but Rick has earned them all.
    - Erik J.
  • D
    All Seasons Construction
    Mark was timely in his email communication and arrival on site to survey the project.  We spent time discussing the job and he collected the information needed for the bid.  Mark was the third contractor to bid on this exact project, but the first who seemed willing to take on the idea of replacing the concrete piers which I had asked about doing as an earthquake retrofit (the extension was built sometime in the 40's or 50's and didn't have any rebar).  Mark explained that current building codes require living space to be supported by a continuos footing, framing and sheer walls.  Based on that, he didn't think we could get a permit.  But I insisted that I would not do any work, ESPECIALLY given that this supported the master bedroom without permits.  He dragged his feet and finally told me that I would need to go and talk to the city myself.  And that it would be better if I did it anyway since they would be more receptive talking to a home owner vs. a contractor.  Ok, fine..
    Turns out that the city of alameda is very happy to issue voluntary improvement permits and doesn't require you to bring the whole house up to 2013 building code standards.  Great!  Moving on... Passed along that information and asked him to drop the work we asked for in the front of the house from the bid and add the earthquake retro using the design that the city engineer and I discussed (a partial wall/footing/sheer).  He asked some questions including whether or not this would be an over the counter permit or not.  I didn't know.  So he came out for the second time to take measurements to update the bid.  Afterwards, he kept saying that he felt this wouldn't just be an OTC permit and that it might need review.. take time.. etc.
    Given the constant friction and seeming resistance to working with permits, we decided to reach out to another contractor with experience with the city.  Upon learning that we were abandoning him for both the earthquake retro and the whole masonry project, he sent an email accusing me of using him all along as "free consulting services" to feed his "solution" to another contractor.  He went on further that he was shocked we wouldn't be working together, accusing me of hiding the fact that I might be considering other contractors.  He felt that he "spent a substantial amount of time on [my] project educating [me] on the right way to do things."  Yet the only thing that he did educate me on was that there were new building codes requiring the continuous footing (which is why he tried to press me initially to do this without a permit).  But the final solution was one that the city engineer and I discussed.  He never suggested doing a partial wall.  
    Whatever the underlying reason for Mark's friction around getting the permits, I will never know.  But in the end the fact that instead of simply asking "Why did you decide to go with another contractor", he decided to send me a bitter email filled with assumptions and accusations only reaffirms my decision to go elsewhere.  
    - Erik J.
  • A
    RDM Construction
    I called Rick the owner of RDM. Rick came out the same day to give me an estimate on the work.
    Rick listened to what I was trying to accomplish. (A dry, clean mold-free basement.) And gave me two estimates based on different methods by the next day. After reviewing the estimates from four different contractors. I chose Rick.
    Rick's professionalism showed throughout the whole job.
    1. Responded quickly and had the requisite knowledge, equipment and experience to do the work.
    2. Gave an accurate estimate that matched the one I made myself. (Without his knowledge.)
    3. His estimate of costs was very close to what my estimate was.
    4. His price was fair and appropriate for the work being done.
    5. He was ready to start immediately.
    6. When we ran into some unforeseen problems, we discussed them found solutions and acted on them quickly.
    7. At the end of the project Rick's crew cleaned up and left the site as clean or cleaner that it was before the project started.
    8. Rick followed up twice after the job was finished to make sure that the job was completed properly and had corrected the problem we were trying to fix.
    - Daniel R.
  • A
    All Seasons Construction
    The project went very smoothly. Mark went out of his way to guide and advise me. Because of the resources he freely shared I was able to build a strong team for the project. He has been able to accommodate changes and it felt we were working as a team. Miguel, the project foreman, was great. He was available, and listen to my requests and was clear at asking questions that needed answers. The team worked cleanly and rapidly and was very friendly. For a week the team lost its foreman, at that time performance suffered, but quickly everything went back under control. Quality of the work was very good. We passed all inspection without any hiccup, and the inspector acknowledged the quality of the rebar work. All Seasons is on the pricey side of the concrete contractors, but they deliver quality work in a reliable fashion and goes out of their ways to help the project to be a success. I will recommend their services and hire them again.
    - Fabrice C.
  • A
    Duval Construction
    It was a very positive experience, they do quality work, they were very prompt and punctual. The workers seemed to have a higher standard and a higher quality of work. They are 100% legal all the way through, all the workers are legal, it is a very good company and they do a great job. They are more expensive than most, but I feel I got my money's worth.
    - Daniel N.
  • A
    We love the look of your new garage! It is transformed and we feel as if we should have done it years ago. There were a few scratches on the cabinets that he couldn't fix. But he gave us a choice of either replacing the cabinets or giving us a discount on our total bill. He resolved all our concerns and took the time to talk them through with us. We would recommend him highly to others who want to completely reorganize their garages.
    - Neelam F.
  • A
    Everything went very well. The workers cleaned up the work area each day. Jimmy worked with the city to approve plans for bolting the house to the foundation. It took about four weeks from beginning to end. Part of the delay was due to the building inspector, who wanted part of the wall pulled back even though he had previously approved the work!
    - CECE S.
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