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Recent Decks Reviews in Carmichael

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    It went very well. Beautiful design with quality plants and tree. Great communication between ourselves, the owner, crew chief and workers. Their hard work, punctuality and flexibility made it an easy process with a stunning front yard.
    - Carol W.
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    Carruth Home Solutions
    We spoke with Steve. He was on time, knowledgeable and even referred us to a reputable door company he trust in the area. The quote was reasonable except the warranty on he work was only three years. This was surprising since the slider itself was over a $1000.00 due to the quality.. Overrall, we decided to wait on the slider install and finish the Sheetrock work ourselves. Our house has some other projects that are “needs” over this “want” so it will have to wait awhile for now.
    - Ken and Charlene B.
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    Carruth Home Solutions
    Steve and his team were great. The finished product was better than expected and the communication and timeline were exceptional. Highly recommend for anyone looking at doing deck work.
    - Joel W.
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    Handy Home Solutions
    Philip was able to replace rotted boards and substructure of our deck. It is again solid and looks really good. He also designed and constructed a wooden rail with step rails around our front porch which is a great addition to our porch and safety walking up and down our front stairs. Prices were very reasonable was work was completed in a timely manner.
    - Tracy S.
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    Deome 2 Builders Inc
    Demolished the existing 28 year-old decks. Followed by meticulous construction of two second-story decks with treated wood posts, Trex decking, and cable railing.
    - Don T.
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    Carruth Home Solutions
    My wife and I had Steve and his assistants replace a 17 1/2 by 20 foot deck(trex) with a pergola(redwood). The job was done in excellent fashion. The stained redwood railing and pergola stand out over the trex surface. Steve suggested we use ornamental solar lights on the top of the pergola and on the railing which resulted in a deck that looks fabulous during the day and also at night. Steve and his assistant Cathy were efficient knowledgeable and kept us updated along the way. We couldn't have asked for a better result. We will use this company for future jobs.
    - Arlene G.
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    System Pavers
    BK and his crew did an amazing job. We are extremely pleased with the finished project and their professionalism. They answered all our questions and gave suggestions to help us make better choices. Would not hesitate to hire them again.
    - Greg W.
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    RDH Construction
    Hello, I am writing this email as a response to a review by one "Cheryl L" of Carmichael, CA. I know Richard Hopkins extremely well, as I am his daughter. I am 28 years old. He spent a majority of my childhood and adolescence working for contracting companies and large real estate developers, as that is more reliable and consistent income for a new father. This is partly why there is a large gap in his contractors license history. It's time where he couldn't afford the risk of contracting independently, so he used that time to continue his career, while letting corporate big wigs do the hard part. (I would too, wouldn't you?) Anyway, in 2015 I helped him with the process of reinstating his contractors license and he found the person who was the client and homeowner of his last job on his license (before i was born) and he not only apologized to that person, was forgiven, and had a lovely chat with him, but paid him the cost of the job as part of his recompense for his failures on that job. He was also required to carry a disciplinary bond as part of his license being reinstated. He has done everything required of him to begin his business with much more experience than he had back in the early 90's when he left that job and had his license suspended. That disciplinary bond was simply a bureaucratic requirement of the reinstatement and sub-sequential founding of this business, which I assist with occasionally, as he is not exactly "tech savvy." His lack of technological reliance is the reason, as Cheryl stated, that he doesn't have many reviews online. Cheryl, however, had no problem navigating the internet and single-highhandedly costing him thousands of dollars in income with her biased and mostly untrue reviews of his work and of him as a person. Cheryl Loya fired my father from her job after verbally and digitally harassing and bullying him for weeks as he was working in her home. She would send long emails almost completely in all caps. She frequently made comments about how important her prior job at Kaiser was, and how she was the 'boss' of him on this job and because of her experience at Kaiser hospitals for some years, she felt that qualified her to be a foreman on his job. She also liked to mention that she watched DIY YouTube videos of how to do various things around the house, therefore, what he was doing couldn't possibly be that difficult, and he was clearly doing it wrong because she saw a similar task in a video once.... Ultimately, this was an unhealthy work environment for him, but he didn't do anything in retaliation. He simply tried to finish the job, and tried to work with her despite her nasty demeanor. We have multitudes of emails to prove this. Thankfully, I don't need to post those emails online, as two different Sacramento County Court Judges read everything, and ruled accordingly. In 2018 and 2019 this issue was brought to court multiple times. Cheryl attempted to sue my father for more money than she ever even gave him for the work in the first place, and more money than he could pay. So, we fought. When we had everything together (years after she had fired him, by this point) the court ruled in favor of my dad and the issue should have been settled. Then, Cheryl decided to post multiple defamatory reviews, such as the one found here, all over the internet. My dad, being not-tech-savvy, as I've mentioned, had no other reviews. This meant that one after another his jobs were being cancelled because Cheryl Loya purposefully and vengefully wrote biased and untrue reviews about him that his clients were finding and believing. The fact that these reviews popped up in early 2019 after she lost the court case and not in 2016 when the work was actually done clearly demonstrates they were written in spite of losing her lawsuit. They were the ONLY reviews online at the time. He had no choice after being unable to find work on his own, but to counter-sue during her appeal. Again, judgement was ruled in favor of my father. To the tune of about $10,000 in damages. Cheryl loved to talk about her job at Kaiser and how important she was, but her tone certainly changed both here in these reviews and in court when she claimed she was 'too poor' to provide documents that the Judge ordered her to present in court. She rescheduled court multiple times and constantly tried to pretend to be a victim so that she could attempt to sue my father in order to pay for the entire remodel, which she actually had completed by someone else. She even tried to hide other property she owned in order to back-up this "too poor to pay" lie. (A simple background check solved that issue.) She also told the State Contractors Board that nothing had been done to repair the "damage" my father supposedly caused, but also told the judge in court that the amount she was suing for was including repairs done by another contractor. (A mystery contractor that she did not provide contracts from, permits for, a license number, or even so much as a name.) She also went so far as to slander the Judge who Presided over the case in one or more of these reviews she has posted. I am only now writing my own review, over a year after hers, for 2 reasons: 1.) I recently hired my dad to re-do my flooring, and it's incredible. Affordable, and was done within HOURS. ONE DAY. *(waterproof high quality faux-hardwood and its freaking gorgeous)* He's fast, efficient, affordable, and not only because I'm his daughter. He is quick and efficient and knows more about how to make a home beautiful than anyone I have ever known (and I sell appliances, so I meet a lot of contractors.) 2. Today Cheryl L's review on this website has cost my father a $13,000 job in the midst of a Global Pandemic, where my mom is the ONLY one working. My brother and my father are both out of work because of this review. The prospects of jobs right now are slim as it is because of the Covid-19 pandemic, and with this review still sitting here hurting my family, I just cant really stand by in silence anymore. I'm done. Angie's List has refused to remove the review despite being faxed a copy of the judges order for it's removal. Angie's List also has been indifferent about the issue of this review being fraudulent, despite multitudes of proof. I get it, Online customer service is tricky, miscommunications are common, and most customer service provided by a website like Angie's List is either controlled by a limited AI system, or is outsourced to people who don't really have the power to do what we are asking. So, today I emailed the District Attorney's office. Cheryl L was ordered by a Judge to remove the review (one of the only methods Angie's List allows) and she has not. Angie's List has stated that because there was an appeal, they wouldn't remove the review until that was finalized. The judge didn't mention removal in the appeal document, but also did not rescind the prior directive, likely assuming it was already done. Therefore, this review should have already been removed, but Cheryl's refusal to do so, unfortunately, was supported by Angie's List because the lack of mention of the reviews in the final appeal ruling. Good for her. Bad for her, is the fact that she has also 'technically' committed felony larceny, wherein the definition cites, specifically: "Every person...who shall knowingly and designedly, by any false or fraudulent representation or pretense, defraud any other person of money, labor or real or personal property... is guilty of theft." (PC 484) Also, typically in the state of California Larceny, or Theft, is considered "Grand" and therefore, more severe, if the amount of the contract labor, or value of the property is above $950. I do believe, based on the signed contract we have, and subsequent cancellation message from a client citing Cheryl L's review *specifically* as the reason for the cancellation, that the loss of $13,000 and potentially months of labor, is just a hair over $950. Don't you think so? This is the first concrete evidence we have that she has committed a crime despite literal years of harassment from her. Previously we only counter-sued because we had no choice, but no criminal charges were brought or mentioned except by the judge when Cheryl kept refusing to produce documents that he requested. Now that we have nothing but time due to the loss of work (and I'm furloughed from work as well) we will do our due diligence to have these defamatory reviews removed. I do not have any serious intention of pressing charges or even contacting Cheryl Loya for anything other than the removal of this and any other fraudulent reviews by her, but I absolutely will allow the system it's due process. I will edit this review if anything changes. Anyway, That's my review. RDH Construction is a small business based in Citrus Heights, CA, founded by a contractor with over 35 years of experience building, repairing, and transforming beautiful homes, and if you skip over the glowing reviews it has received since we were ruthlessly attacked by Cheryl L. in order to read only her completely fraudulent review? Well, then you aren't really our type of client anyways. If you want affordable, efficient, beautiful work done in your home by an experienced Father/Son duo, give us a call. Stay safe and healthy <3 Sincerely, Jamie
    - Jamie C.
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    John and his crew were very professional in the execution of all stages of the work. From the bid to the final clean up, were are very happy with their work. I would highly recommend them to all I know...
    - Jerry A.
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    Thrasher Construction
    Scott was excellent! He's knowledgeable and professional. He got the job done at a good rate. He even built a step for free on his own initiative! His wife in the office was real helpful too. Give them a call--you'll be glad you did!
    - Deborah K.
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