Peter Glaser Construction

Peter Glaser Construction

5.0 (1)
8 employees
42 years in business

About this pro

Excellant workmanship. Never cut corners. Honest and Ethical. Attention to details. Always whats best for the customer.

Happy clients!

Finishing work on schedule.

Quality workmanship.

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Washington, DC 20016
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1 Review


  • Linda Voris

    Pete Glaser was the General Contractor we hired to gut the kitchen of our newly purchased Victorian and build an entirely new kitchen. In addition, he and his crew did a major renovation of a bathroom. Pete was the most knowledgeable and most reasonably priced contractor we met with and we are delighted to have hired him. He designed the kitchen and bathroom, working with our suggestions and ideas; managed the permitting and inspection process efficiently and expertly; kept the work on schedule and on budget and was a complete pleasure to work with from start to finish. Pete's long experience shows at every stage, in the design details, but also in critical structural engineering. He is attentive to materials in a really compelling way, a craftsman, and a perfectionist. Pete listens well and wants his clients to be happy with the results. Pete's crew is absolutely professional: polite, hard working, craftsmen with real pride in their work, and delightful people. We were completely comfortable living in the house through the project because Pete and his crew are such terrific people. We are thrilled with the results and highly recommend Pete. I would not have thought it was possible, but I enjoyed this renovation process because we felt listened to in design choices and confident in Pete's work.


What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

Meet with owner at home.

Go over what owner needs and wants

Get the a detailed proposal with price 

Work closely with owner during process

Get the job done as expected and without delays

What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Maryland University Business of Management

Started my own remodeling buiness in 1980

Worked for my father in the same business before that.

Product training regularly

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

Get at least 3 estimates. Hire a proffessinal. Not worth the risk to take a chance with a fly by night crew.