Rapid Reconstruction, LLC

3.11 |6 Verified Ratings
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Rapid Reconstruction, LLC

3.11 | 6 Verified Ratings
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206 South Alma School Road
Mesa, AZ 85210
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Rapid Reconstruction, LLC

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The Rapid Reconstruction team has well over 30 years experience in giving people the home of their dreams, so you can rest easy knowing you are in good hands. We are a locally owned and operated full service reconstruction company. We offer competitive project pricing to both residential and commercial clients. At Rapid Reconstruction we specialize in putting your home back together after the worst happens, whether you had a fire, flood or storm damage. We will work closely with your insurance company to ensure your home gets put back together in a timely and efficient manner, so you can get back to enjoying your sanctuary.


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Service Area

  • Phoenix
  • Glendale
  • Peoria
  • Surprise
  • Sun City
  • Goodyear
  • Avondale
  • Buckeye
  • Sun City West

Services Offered

Additions & Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodel
  • Kitchen Remodel
Disaster Recovery Services
  • Water Removal Recovery
  • Fire or Smoke Damage Recovery
  • Storm or Wind Damage Recovery
  • Dry-rot, Water or Pest Damage Repair

Areas of Expertise

  • Remodeling
  • Custom Kitchen and Bath designs
  • Flooring

Quick Facts

Business Hours
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  • Free Estimates
  • Trip Charge
  • Credit Cards Accepted


In Business Since: 1997
State Licensing
Trade: KB-2 Dual Residential and Small Commercial
License #: 315651
Expiration: 09-30-2019
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1.0   |  
I hired this company on 9/18/18. The work still has not been completed, they do not show up, no call to let you know. I m really frustrated they make no effort to get the work done. They were fast to cash the check. If only they were that fast to get the work done. The date now is 1/19/19 still waiting
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2.5   |  
Disappointed with attention to finish details. Expensive for what you get.

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5.0   |  
Review by in Phoenix, AZ
Project: Build a Garage
Rapid Reconstruction ROCK! They were so quick to get started with my garage remodel. I would highly recommend Rapid Reconstruction for any work, Jason and his crew were very professional and did an awesome job. I had my carport framed in, garage door installed, window removed and drywalled as well as exterior painting on my home. 5 STAR WORK!!!
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4.5   |  
very polite and clean work
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My project involved a refresh of kitchen and bath cabinets and replacement of a bathtub with a shower. There were no major changes in footprint, flooring, plumbing or electrical, yet my project, which began in August 2017, was still not finished by May 2018. I was told I would see plans and options to choose from, but I was given only 1 option for cabinets, 1 option for shower tile, & 1 option for hardware. I was shown a plan for the kitchen, but none for the bathrooms. I was given 3 choices of countertop, none of which was the style we had discussed, and 2 of which did not coordinate with my existing flooring. When I asked for other options, I was told I could have pure white quartz or would have to pay more. Really? Only 3 colored countertop options were in my price point? I asked for the countertop allowance, so that I might shop for other options, but got no response. I was never given specific information or any itemization of costs. Many deliverables were not as discussed, including a shower pan that was significantly smaller than the shower space we discussed, a damaged melamine bookshelf that was installed where drywall linen shelving was to go, and even plumbing that was installed incorrectly. I was told the shower pan was a custom order, which is why it took 12 weeks to arrive, yet I found the very same item readily available on local home store websites for about $200 retail. When I called about this, Jason stopped dealing with me, instead sending his wife. I was told at that point that I would see and sign off on everything else BEFORE it was done, but that was not the case, resulting in many unexpected surprises that created delays and the need for work to be redone. Many things, such as glass cabinets in the kitchen and a refresh on a second bathroom that were originally promised, I just let go. This project was much more stressful than it needed to be. For more than 3 months, I had no running water in my kitchen. I thought RR would work full-time once they started my project, but often, they worked only 1 or 2 days a week. They used no floor coverings, tarps or dust covers, so I would come home to construction debris and dust throughout the house. When I spoke with RR about this, the response was that if they took time to vacuum up after themselves, they would never get any work done. As a person with disabilities, it was an undue hardship for me to have to clean up the mess all the time, and I do not have professional equipment for this purpose. The work that was redone was ultimately ok, but I felt I had to battle to get it to that stage. I also had to settle on styles, colors, etc. that were not my preferences because I was given no other options. RR obviously tried to cut corners at my expense, and I had to give up part of the project AND pay $1,100 more than the original quote just to get a countertop color that coordinated with existing flooring. I filed a complaint with the Registr

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Review by in Mesa, AZ
They are an excellent company to work with. They are well ahead of schedule, working within the insurance claim, and is available anytime to discuss the project. I retired as a construction manager and this company is doing a very good job.

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