Endured a Tornado and the damage they always cause. ATB and team were more than patient with my difficult insurance company, fighting to get was right and fair, without attempting to pad their pocket. They did the work in the time frame specified, were professional at all times, and really did an outstanding job. Rebuilt our garage completely and to the specs I asked for. Made several upgrades along the way, at no additional cost to me or the insurance.
Additionally, everyone there is excellent to work with, friendly, courteous, professional. I can't recommend Attics to Basements enough. You will not go wrong hiring them for all your home project needs.
David and the Attics to Basements team were there for us in designing a building our new deck in our backyard. The combination of decking and stamped concrete has been perfect for us and our time spent out back with our kids. We look forward to working with Attics to Basements on our front porch this spring.
trustworthy, dependable, reliable, honest. my husband and I hired Attics to Basements to redo our basement, build us a bigger deck and a two truck garage. The work they did was professionally done and we are looking to hire them again to do some more construction..
We had ATB out for a small project. They installed a 7' cabinet in one bathroom and an over the toilet cabinet in another. They made it look like it was done by the original builder. Great attention to detail and cleaned up like they were never there. Would highly recommend them.
Attics to Basements did a great job when the main level of our townhome flooded. David was very professional and made the process of dealing with our insurance company to correcting the damage in our home seamless. Attics to Basements completely restored the main level of our townhome in a timely fashion and the work was flawless. I would highly recommend Attics to Basements for anyone who has experienced water damage in their home.
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