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Door Installation reviews in Carmichael

  • A
    Jays Painting Service Inc
    John and his crew did a a good job. Painted my house within 3 days, punctual and attentive to detail. John patched and repaired stucco in several areas. He replaced a side door off the garage for a reasonable price and even picked it up for me. These guys go above and beyond to make the customer happy. I would definitely hire them again.
    - Teri B.
  • A
    Build Craft Inc
    We have used Terrell on multiple occasions including very large complex remodel to minor repairs. He does excellent work. He is totally trustworthy. I can highly recommend him. He just completed repairs for us.
    - James C.
  • B
    Fassett Construction

    1. Upon purchase of a home the under floor area was constructed with a room in jeopardy of the hill slope caving in on it below the first floor. Some floor post supports had already moved out of position, and water had migrated from below the house into the lower room. There also was a severe separation on the retaining wall on the side of the house that caused damage to interior walls and flooring.

    Work required removal of supports not needed and in the way of construction of retaining wall. A 4 foot wall was required behind two sides of the existing room. Footings, masonry wall, waterproofing, French drain, backfill was required to eliminate the severe hillside slope threatening the lower room area. New floor supports were reinstalled as needed above the wall to establish supports removed during construction. Also other floor supports were reinforced/rebuilt due to earth movement in the area needing grading. Total work was difficult due to limited clearances, and done by hand and skill of knowledge of what needed to be done. Along with the underfloor area one side of the room had a retaining wall, not properly built and separated which let water migrate through a large opening. Dirt was removed, the wall sealed and reinforced with additional concrete. After the underfloor areas were dealt with, the interior portions required removal of ceiling soffits, patching of drywall on walls and ceiling, repair of some HVAC ducting, repair of electrical outlets and installation of new LED recessed lighting and ceiling fan. Eventually they installed new laminated flooring, painted the walls and ceiling. Before moving into the house, the roof also needed replacing. They removed the old shingle roofing, installed new plywood roof sheathing, required felt, all the required flashing/venting, ridge cap venting that integrated with the asphalt shingles chosen. Gutters and downspouts were also installed.

    2.  Being very satisfied with their work on the previous project we employed them to help facilitate construction of a 12 foot sliding glass door and associated 12x24 outside deck. The original house only had a 4x8  window located in the living area that faced the open back yard area. The rear of the lot slopes away from the house so the deck takes advantage of the open area by being a couple stories above the yard area. The posts supporting the deck required deeper than usual footing and California Building Codes require probably more than the usual lateral supports than other states. The Deck design required articulated details that called for good craftsmanship and framing knowledge. The hand rail was constructed with usual wood supports, but used tempered glass infill panels to take advantage of the open view. The decking itself was composite material but gave the appearance of wood. Lighting was also installed on each side of the new door opening. Construction required demolition of the existing window, opening of the walls to be 4 feet wider, new door header and supports framed back into the wall. Electrical was needed to be removed, re-routed that continued on to other portions of the house, and switching and lighting for the exterior deck was provided. The Deck required demolition of a portion of a patio roof, and some miscellaneous electrical reconnections. The deck itself needing footings, wall ledgers tied back into the existing floor framing, beams, posts, joists, and better than expected metal bracketing for framing members. All framing came together to provide a very solid and substantial structure. The finishes on the redwood came out very nice, but the most impressive details came to be provided by the views through the glass panels between the deck supports. The Double glass door and glass for the hand railing was provided and installed by a local glass company with coordination of the contractor. We are very please with the construction and end results of this project.

    future 3. We anticipate that soon we will be remodeling our interior living area which will include a completely new kitchen. We are in the process of choosing finish materials and appliances, and probably will be using Fassett Construction to help facilitate this next project. Of course budget is a main concern and they have always been more than reasonable with the work and materials provided.

    - Joseph C.
  • A
    Jim was responsive to my call. The house was 25 years old so I wanted it rebuilt and modernized. Jim has plenty of experience with custom homes so he had great ideas. The contract was for $91000. I added about $10000 to the job based on recommendations by Jim. I pulled the water heater and added a tankless water heater. I used a nicer grade of hybrid flooring and glass tile for the kitchen and bathrooms and modern fixtures that really made those rooms look great and I had my big screen tv wall mounted. There were lots of custom touches to his work, Jim's crew of 2 extremely experienced workers and they can build/install anything. The drywall, a/c ducts, flooring and painting was sub-contracted, but Jim had each of those subs back to fix small errors. He has a critical eye, so he noticed things that I didn't but I was glad that he did so I didn't fret about it. The job took longer than I anticipated, but I am very happy with the result. Some of the delay was due to sub-contractor availability. Jim is very easy to work with, polite and professional. I recommend him for any of your needs.
    - Corrie K.
  • A
    Any Kind Of Doors
    I called the week of Thanksgiving to have the door installed. He answered immediately and scheduled me for three hours later. Very friendly, professional and his work was excellent. I will absolutely use him again. He quoted me an amount that was a little low once he saw the job, but said he was going to honor the quote he gave me.
    - Debbie T.
  • A

    It went very well.  I met with Terri and we toured the project area and discussed what I wanted done.  The crew showed up on time and went right to work.  It took them about three days to frame the structure, create frames for, build and hang two doors (the deck has two entrances), put the roof in place and secure screening to the entire thing. They then installed a "cat door" in the wall of the house so the space could be accessed by the cats at any time.  It is particularly important the area be "escape proof" so that not even kittens could find a way out nor could a determined skunk or raccoon find its way in. Toward this end they carefully wove extra wire in the seams where the screening met and put extra screws along the edges of the roof panels.  The very last thing was the installation of locksets on both doors to secure the area. The crew checked with me several times during the building to be sure all was done as I wanted.  After the job was done, Terri gave it a careful final inspection to be sure I was happy.  The result is great!  Not only is it a great space for cats to get an "outdoor experience" but the deck is now shaded from the afternoon sun and a pleasant place for humans to sit and enjoy the breezes.  As a bonus, the room on the west side of the house is also cooler. 

    This is the second enclosed "catio" Terri and her crew have built for me - the first one many years ago  which is still going strong and providing secure recreational space for several resident cats.  In addition she built a flight cage where wild birds who had been cared for by a rehabilitator could strengthen their wings before being released back into the wild. 

    I realize these projects are a bit out of the ordinary and not your standard kitchen or bathroom remodel but this just shows the many talents these folks can display. I cannot recommend SheCan2 too highly.  They are efficient, professional, and they do very good work.

  • A
    They did an excellent job from beginning to end.  They were prompt and professional for both initial estimate and installation.  I obtained three estimates all from firms rated highly on Angie's list and Sierra was by far the most reasonable and could do the work the soonest.
    - David H.
  • A
    Altec Construction, Inc
    The floors were hard to find but Altec searched out and found the perfect match. They paid a lot of attention to detail and were very personable to work with. I am getting a quote generated for exterior painting now. Five Stars!!
    - Mike N.
  • A
    GTL Construction Inc
    GTL Construction is very easy to work with and very prompt in their correspondence.  I was able to get the door replaced a couple weeks earlier than initially expecting.  Alicia was great and getting back to me via email and phone and Tommy was very helpful when picking a door without being pushy.  There were some costs that I did not know about (I know to ask from now on) such as an additional $100 because I wanted the interior side of the door a different color.  I also had to ask them to come back to pick up the scrap lumber and old door and help me clean up the threshold where it met the floor - it was uneven and unfinished.  There is also a screw in the middle that is not flush and quite an eyesore but am told that there was nothing that can be done because my floor is uneven.  They were there the next day at 7:30am and cleaned up everything very well - after thism last visit, I was very pleased with the final product and service.  I would definately use them again!
    - kate m.
  • A
    Hall's Window Center
    It was very good. They came in on the estimate. It was the price that they quoted. The doors are gorgeous and they were very pleasant to work with. The product was beautiful. A neighbor down the street recommended them to us. They had their doors installed and we saw their doors and started talking to them about them. Word is going around. When they see your door, they just come up and ask. A lot of people might not want to use the product because it is an expensive door. The kind that we used is not wood. It is a lot more expensive than most people would probably want to pay, but it is absolutely a stunning door. They have all different kinds of doors. We happened to choose an expensive door. We knew it was expensive but it was what we wanted. They have a range of products, not just the one we chose.
    - Sewell S.
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