Triple R Inc. and Just Ask Bob
Celebrating over 20 years in Business
GREAT service includes the skill of careful listening, just as important as any trade skill.|GREAT service always includes prompt phone calls, emails, timely estimates/work orders, samples, plans and research.|GREAT contractors will clean up after themselves, daily.|GREAT contractors will always supply all permits and never ask the customer to.|GREAT contractors will always call, well in advance if they anticipate being more than five minutes late for an appointment.|GREAT contractors will always Respect you, your family, your home, your pets, your neighbors, your lifestyle, your schedule and your personal information.|GREAT contractors will provide you with at least ten references, any contractor can give out the usual three (usually fake).|GREAT contractors should provide you with jobsite locations that you can visit for yourself.|GREAT contractors can easily communicate with all customers, using a variety of different methods to illustrate what the finished job will look like.|GREAT contractors will finish on time and on budget, otherwise they will notify you at a very early stage in writing as to why.|GREAT contractors will immediately turn down a job that is not suitable for them and not lead on or delay you.|GREAT contractors will visit your home in person and will never give a fixed estimate and bind a job contract by phone or email alone, without ever visiting your home.
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TRUST US FOR ALL YOUR HOME IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS.
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, Stone Creek, Ancaster and Grimsby.
ON TIME, DONE RIGHT, COURTEOUS AND CLEAN. GUARANTEED.
Bob Assadourian, Founder
Some of our top services
Start to finish, stunning designs personalized to suit you & your home.
Designed from the studs out to be moisture & mold proof, beauty that endures.
Very small repairs to complete interior renovations.
Receptacles, switches, pot lights, panel changes, right to service upgrades.
Siding, soffit, facia, eavesdrops, capping, roofing, decks & fences.
Brick, block & stone repairs & tuck pointing.
What to look for when choosing a home improvement contractor:
Experience: Ask the contractor about their background and the amount of experience they have with the specific type of work you need.
Licensing: Ensure that the contractor is licensed. A licensed contractor demonstrates their professionalism and adherence to industry standards.
Trustworthiness and Authenticity: Look for contractors with a positive reputation and good reviews from previous clients.
References and Recommendations: Request references from the contractor and take the time to check them.
Written Contract: Ensure that the contractor provides a written contract that clearly outlines the scope of work, project timeline, payment terms, and any other important details.