Wheelchair Ramp Builders in Ashburn

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Globe Bath & Kitchen Remodeling LLC
Award 2018Super Service Award
Business Description: We are team of Architect, builders and Universal Design Specialists that have made Bathrooms and Kitchens functional, beautiful and intuitively designed for safety and aesthetic since 2001. We have been on Angie’s list since 2007 and were recipients of Super Service Award every single year. Schedule and meet for a consultation with Daniel or Amanuel by filling out a quote request form here: http://gbkremodeling.com/get-free-estimate/ We are committed to provide and maintain top quality work at an affordable price. Our Goal is to provide you with prompt, high quality and affordable professional service. In fact, we have a guarantee on all of our services and products. Unique from many other contractors, we offers you the hassle free "one stop service." Our one stop service includes: design, product selection, product supply, and installation. This all-inclusive service saves you time and money-not to mention the headache of multiple contractors.

Reviews of Recent Wheelchair Ramp Installations

ARyan Reph Remodeling Inc...
This contractor added a wonderful covered front porch to our home.  The porch has steps with a sidewalk at the front and a wheelchair ramp access to the driveway.   The ramp meets County Code requirements and ADA compliance.  The roof is shingled to match the front roof of the house and the shingles match amazingly well, The ceiling has four recessed lighting fixtures to provide lighting for safety and convenience in all areas of the porch. The porch looks as if it were always a part of our house and is a terrific addition.  This contractor is very accommodating and responsive.  Our requests to him, whether by telephone or by email, have been acknowledged and answered in timely fashion.The employees who work for this company are all friendly and respectful.  We would be happy to recommend Ryan Reph Remodeling to others and will gladly use him for any further construction needs in our home.
- Larry K....
DGeigerland Contracting...
He is a bad contractor. I was so angry with this man for all the bad things he did. My husband's wheelchair ramp was 14 inches above grade and my drawing said "to grade". He said that was the extent of his contract. We couldn't get occupancy because the county wouldn't pass it. It was just horrible; it was a nightmare. He didn't finish the contract. Some of the stuff he did was good; it wasn't all bad. The deck and ramp were of such poor construction that when we went out on them, they moved. It wasn't stable and it had to all be ripped out. He simply didn't finish it. The work wasn't bad except the bathroom wasn't done right but it was adequate. I had a home inspector who said the bathroom and deck were not done right. He finished in July 2010 and then we fought for months. We had this nice addition and couldn't get occupancy. We had to pay another contractor to finish. He was the general contractor and he had other people come in to do work. The drywall guy was good. The excavator didn't do a good job because it didn't drain. They had to redo it and afterwards I crawled under there and dug out more where they didn't do enough. The price was not out of line. He was good at responding in the beginning but bad at the end. He was pretty much here when he was supposed to be.
- Susan H....