The most Trusted and Respected Contractor in the Business…Bob Assadourian of Triple R Inc. and Just Ask Bob.


TripleR Inc
Photo credit Bill Meems


Experience counts, and we have over 20 years of it!
We provide quality, reliable and respectful home improvement services throughout the Golden Horseshoe including Hamilton, Stoney Creek, Ancaster and Grimsby. 

Celebrating over 20 Years in Business

The Triple R Inc. Motto
Respectable, Reliable, Reputable

Some of our top Services, click on the Pictures to visit the corresponding Gallery.

Finding the right Contractor for You and Your Home

Over 85 percent of the contractors who show up at your door are UNlicensed and UNinsured!!


Do your own Research

Ask the contractor all the tough questions and then compare all their answers against your own research to root out any lies. Investigate each contractor’s history and reputation yourself. Use a search engine like Google, and check local social media sites to dig deep into their past,searching by the company name as well as the owner’s own name!! Confirm they have good experience with the specific type of work you need. Ask your city’s licensing and bylaw department if the contractor is licensed, and compare the contractor’s answers with the building department to confirm if the renovations you are planning require a building permit. 

Licensing and Insurance

Demand to see a Contractor’s Licence, Commercial Liability Insurance and provincial WSIB (Workplace Safety Insurance Board) coverage.

Trustworthiness, Authenticity and Patience

Does the contractor always do as they say? Do they have a positive reputation, always a polite demeanour and a provable track record? Equally as important, are they patient? Put their patience to the test well before you hire them, and if they don’t respond fully and promptly to your questions, move on.


Request references and not just the usual two or three that can be faked… ask for at least a half dozen… or more, and take the time to check them.

Always get everything in writing

This includes having a Written Estimate and a Job Contract. Ensure that absolutely every possible job detail – foreseen and unforeseen — is covered in the job contract.