D'Ambra, Inc.

D'Ambra, Inc. is a contractor based in Huntington Beach, CA. We don't have any additional information about D'Ambra, Inc..

If this is your business, claim your profile to edit your company information, collect and respond to reviews, and answer questions from homeowners.

Leave the first review

Have you had work done by D'Ambra, Inc.? Let everyone know about your experience by leaving a review!

Leave review
Bruce H.

Review of Pacific Homeworks by

· San Diego

We bought an "older" home knowing that improvements were necessary to reduce energy usage and improve home value. We chose Pacific Homeworks to perform upgrades to our windows, back patio door, and back patio cover because of a great reputation. All projects were completed to our satisfaction and c... more

Nancy H.

Review of Reborn Cabinets, Inc. by

· San Clemente

We were really happy, especially with the installer we had. He worked long hours, didn't have much help, and was really good.

Rex R.

Review of System Pavers by

· Pasadena

If you're interested in any sort of paver project, check this firm out. They really know what they are doing and we are delighted with how our project turned out.

Stephanie W.

Review of 3 Blind Mice by

· Carlsbad

On the day of install, install could not be completed because there was no hardware. The wood shutter boxes were placed inside our home, stacked in our dining room. Three weeks later, hardware came and shutters were installed. Not having hardware present on the day of install and no employee(s) a... more

I live in Southern California and just bought a condo. I need my windows replaced. Is there really much of a difference between vinyl and aluminum windows?

Brandon Johnson answered:

Sep 27, 2017
Hello Aleric,This is a great question as we get this all the time. Let's compare the two Design Vinyl windows are more attractive and has more options for finishes, but they are thicker than aluminum. ... read more
What is the biggest "gotcha!" that customers experience when doing a kitchen remodel? (and how do I avoid them?)
Being too trendy especially if you are going to sell the home in a few years.  Also, if you are staying in your home, installing cheap cabinets like IKEA is a big mistake.

Learn why professional home builders and home improvement contractors join our community of quality.

Get started