Hired 3 times
7 years in business
They used poor quality wood. Poles had big cracks in them he even left a 4 inch gap in the peak of the roof and I happened to look up and had to make him go back and repair it. It has been about 6 weeks since he completed our project and he poured a cement pad that now has cracks in it. My husband just wanted it done and did not care because he missed his patio but at this point I think he is rethinking not saying anything at the time. I will not recommend him at all I now know why he was the cheapest bid. You pay for what you get and in our case I guess cheapest certainly was not the best. I am not at home or I would post pictures I would love to come back and do that if it is possible. Buyer beware!!Sep 12, 2017
Very happy with the work completed. I hired him to redo my parents' bathroom: convert the old sunken, tiled, 90's bathtub to a shower. Install shower doors, lay tile on the floor, change out toilet, sink faucet and install new drain and shower head with valve. It took exactly the amount of days it was quoted to me. Maya showed up on time every day. He was coomunicating to me progress and the timeline. I would highly recommend Seventh Generation Homes to anyone looking to redo anything in their home. The picture posted is just one of great ones!Jan 24, 2017Verified
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- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I start with a home visit to determine the length and scope of the project. I establish a relationship with the client that is built on sound communication and a level of trust. I need to know that the client has confidence in my abilities and standard of excellence.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have 15 years experience in all phases of construction focusing on remodeling residential homes. I have also built new homes from start to finish. Overseeing every aspect of the building process. I enjoy working with clients, other builders and inspectors to ensure a level of quality and integrity that is rare in today's market.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I first started doing construction in San Francisco with my dad. We worked for a contractor who would remodel buildings into living spaces. It was great to be introduced to the trade at an early age.