We are pleased to say that All Pro Builders Inc. is family owned and has been operating with Honesty and Integrity since 1989.
We are a general contractor specializing in Residential Remodeling; with jobs consisting of room additions, kitchen remodels, bathroom remodels, patios, decks, doors and windows, just to name a few. Some of our Commercial jobs have included: office remodels, updating assisted living facilities, tenant improvements and restaurant construction.
We pride.. ourselves on the cleanliness of our jobs; aware that our customers have busy lifestyles, we believe that the work being done in their homes should be as clean and painless as possible.
You can rest assured, because we are also fully insured, with General Liability and Workers Compensation insurance.
We pledge a commitment to our customersand ourselvesto listen to their needs and concerns; working together as a team to accomplish the common goal of a successful project. We pride ourselves on being positive rather than negative; committed from the start to finding a solution for every challenge. We look forward to adding your name to our list of many satisfied customers!
We have been really happy with our new bath and laundry. The shower is so big and beautiful I can't believe it is ours. Since we finished we have had lots of calls asking us for work. We tell them WE HAVE A CONTRACTOR WE CAN TRUST TO DO A GREAT JOB.
Posted: 3/03/2011 • Last edited: 3/10/2011 • Link to this review
I just read the response to my review posted by All Pro Builders Inc. They cannot change the facts. They lied. I was waiting for over an hour for their company representative to come to my home and give me an estimate. My condo has a system to buzz the visitors in. All one needs is the first and last name of the person living in the complex. They had that. They also had my phone number. How can a company that is so into "charity" not pay close attention to detail as to the name of a prospective customer or his/her address. This was not an innocent mistake. This was a lazy mistake. Anyone writing estimates needs to place close attention to detail. How can they do a great job on a bathroom remodel when they can't even get the address right to come and write an estimate.
Posted: 12/30/2010 • Last edited: 3/03/2011 • Link to this review
We find it unfortunate that the above review was written; and welcome any questions regarding the matter. Here is a brief recap of what transpired that day: At 9:00 that morning, Carrie did call to confirm our appointment with Amber and the contractor, Paul, did leave to go to the appointment. Upon arriving at the condominium complex, he saw that it was gated (which we had not been informed of) and he would need to be given access. At that point he sees a lady waving and she says that she was waiting for him. (He assumes this is the person he is scheduled to meet letting him into the complex)So Paul proceeds to follow her and review the items in her unit that were needing done, of which included work in the bathroom -- which is what Amber had called us out to see. When they entered her unit, the door was open so he did not notice a unit number. She told him of her misfortunes, losing her job, having a fire in which she lost her computer, etc. He ended the appointment by giving her our presentation folder as is customary. He even promised her he would come back with an estimate for her which would include fixing the faucet at no charge (doing charity work is not uncommon for us). Meanwhile, Amber did phone the office at approx. 10 inquiring of his whereabouts. Since he had left at a reasonable to time to get there promptly, we were concerned and attempted to reach him on his cell phone, but he did not answer. About 10:40, we called Amber to see if he had arrived yet and she said he had not, then got angry and said "If he's not here by 11:00, just forget it!". Thinking he had never arrived, we were extremely concerned!
Immediately thereafter, Paul phoned the office telling us he had just been there. After talking through the situation we realized that he had seen the wrong person and Carrie called Amber back to explain the mix-up and reschedule the appointment. She stated that she did not believe it and was not interested in rescheduling.
Paul went back on Wed 1/5 to get the actual address & phone # of the woman he spoke with and we will be providing her with the requested estimate. Again, we welcome any questions about this matter, please give us a call.
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