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Babylon Builders
(925) 407-9023
Areas of Expertise
  • Landscape -Design /Install/ Remodel, Outdoor kitchens, out living, xeriscape
  • Concrete Work/ Pavers
  • Decks-Pergola/ Fence
  • Retaining Walls, Vernier Stone, Stucco, Any Material
  • Water Features, Ponds, Fire Pit, COMPLETE DESIGN/BUILD COMPANY
Featured Review

" This year hired him for a kitchen and bathroom remodel. Ron done work for landscaping and did a fantastic job. This time I asked him to have my kitchen floor and counter top remodel as well as my bathroom floor , counter top and tile. He helped me guide me in choosing the right materials to blend to the interior of my home. I took a couple of weeks to finish everything after making our selection. Work started Feb 15 ,2019 and finished Feb. 28, 2019. Babylon Builders is experienced , Knowledgeable and very respectful.. The crew was very courteous. Left the job clean at the end of each day. Also didn't disturb the other areas of my home. This is a company that cares. Thank you Ronnie and thanks to your crew. Overall cost was $29,000. "

- dorthy B.
Red Line Remodeling
(925) 407-3546
Areas of Expertise
  • Kitchen Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling
  • Room Additions
Featured Review

"This review for Red Line Remodeling is a long time coming, but with a purpose. It's been about a year since construction began on our kitchen renovation. We wanted to give time for the newness of the reno to wear off so we could give an objective review. The owners of Red Line Remodeling, Lyle and Bonnie Selph, are good people. Bonnie is responsible for estimates and design, while Lyle does the demo and construction. We had a very mid 80's kitchen with limited storage and counter space, and no style. What we wanted was what most people want: more storage, space, and function. We had other contractors in to consult, but were disappointed in their recommendations. While brainstorming with Bonnie, we agreed just removing a wall and extending the cabinetry into the newly available space would achieve the results we were looking for. Total construction time given was 6-8 weeks, though that was greatly exceeded, mostly because of adding on a few side projects. Our first add on was the flooring. My wife and I couldn't find anything we agreed on, until she found THE flooring at Sam's Club, of all places. The only problem with this was we thought it would look odd to only have this flooring in the kitchen, so we added the entire downstairs floor to the project. During removal of the old floor, dry rot was discovered around the sliding patio door, extending into the subfloor. The door had to be removed, dry rot repaired, and door reinstalled, with correct flashing this time. That was a couple days of delay. One thing to know about Lyle is that he is very hands-on with his projects. If he doesn't like the way something's progressing, he'll remove it and start over. This was the case with the flooring. He didn't like the way it looked, so he pulled the whole thing up (about 1/4 of the room) and started over. When asked why, he laid a couple of planks down to show what was happening. After seeing his example, I would say it was a good call. I find that refreshing. So many times I've had contractors let things go and by the time it's noticed, they refused to either fix the problem or want to charge more to fix it. The next add on project was moving the laundry out to the garage and converting that space into what will be a mud room. Lyle's brother, a licensed plumber, was called in for that job. While this was taking place, we came to an agreement with him to install a tankless water heater. That took about a day and a half. During this time, the flu was going around, and at some point everyone involved got sick. With renovation add-ons, sick days, waiting for cabinets to be built, other surprises, etc, the reno lasted 12 weeks. The kitchen turned out spectacular, and the tankless water heater has been terrific. A year later we are still very pleased with the outcome. My wife is still overly ecstatic about the double pantry, and at any available opportunity finds great pleasure in showing it off to friends, neighbors, and complete strangers."

- david L. from vacaville, CA

Unscreened Addition & Remodeling Contractors in Elk Grove, California

California Construction Co.
4360 Lorenzetti Dr
Oakley, CA 94561
Mokhnar Construction
3901 Pell Circle, Suite D
Sacramento, CA 95835
Accent Woodworks & Remodeling, Inc.
9216 Tamara Jean Rd.
Orangevale, CA 95662
Honkanen Developers, Inc.
2156 Weller Way
Sacramento, CA 95818
David R. Miller Construction
740 W. Lincoln #137
Woodland, CA 95776

Things to Consider Before You Start Your Basement Makeover:

  • What features do you want in your basement?

    Bathroom(s)
    Laundry
    Bedroom(s)
    Office
    Exercise Area
    Separate Apartment
    Game Room
    Stairway
    Home Theater
    Storage
    Kitchen
    Workshop
  • What type of design preparation has been done?
  • My basement is currently:
  • What is the square footage of your basement?

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