ADCAP Construction, LLC
Hired 1 time
10 years in business
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He did a great job on both our bathroom remodels work was done with pride and care and our expectations were exceededJan 22, 2015
I recently bought a St Augustine house that wasn’t touched since the early 1980s. Gino and his crew did an amazing job remodeling the entire house, giving it a clean and modern look and feel. Like any project, there were a few unexpected hiccups, but they were corrected seamlessly. I highly recommend Gino and his boys for any project!Jul 22, 2018
This was my 1st time using Thumptack. My wife and I are extremely satisfied with the work done by Gino. He built a 10'X 8' concrete slab for a shed for us. Job well done. Will definitely recommend him to family and friends. Very professional.Mar 9, 2015Verified
License Type: Certified General Contractor (FL)
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?I offer a 10% cash discount.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am a Florida State Certified General Contractor, meaning I am qualified to build or repair any type of building throughout Florida. I am also a proud U.S. Navy Veteran!
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?Be prepared before you meet with your contractors. Be as specific as you can when describing the work. Make sure you describe the same details to each contractor in the same way, so everybody is bidding on the same thing. Talk to at least 2 contractors about the project. Always get everything in writing! If it’s not written down, you probably aren’t going to get it. Always use licensed and insured contractors. Ask to see proof of licensure and insurance certificates. Do not let contractors convince you into not obtaining permits for the project. If they claim permits are not necessary, make sure you get that in writing. Aside from cosmetic work, permits are usually required. They are always to the benefit of the owner because they legitimize the work you are paying for. People who say permits aren’t necessary are usually the ones who are unable to get them. Be wary of contractors who claim they can “do it all”, specifically roofing, plumbing, HVAC and electrical work. These trades each require separate licensing and this work must be permitted separately. Insurance companies will not pay out on claims in which the work was unpermitted and performed by unlicensed contractors.