After working for many years in the kitchen and bathroom industry. in 1999 I and my brother opened up our custom cabinet shop. Producing cabinetry and custom free standing, built-in furniture, and store fixtures. For kitchens, bathrooms, offices, homes, business's and stores. As we continued on with the remodeling outside our shop with the installation of all these custom products.
Besides our kitchens and bathrooms. In 2007 we expanded into full home and business remodeling, renovations, and construction as a general contractor separately from our kitchen business, that cover all areas of construction for the home and business. Framing, flooring, ceilings, drywall, plastering, painting, texturing, tiling, additions, electrical and plumbing. Interior and exterior.
And then again in 2009 our cousin joined us in bringing more experience in the exterior work that we now perform also under another name but with the name Arellano's attached, under the umbrella of Arellano's family Businesses.
We continue to cover all area's of the remodeling / construction, and building industry keeping all the work needed within your home or business under one roof and making sure you need not hire additional subcontractors to complete one job, if you prefer not to. But will leave the option opened, if you so wish. With our family run business including 4 brothers, one cousin, and our experienced, and hardworking, loyal friends and associates. We have proven our crafts in the construction industry throughout the years. We are proud of what we have accomplished and produced while we have been in business. We have the referrals to tell you themselves of our professional work ethics, timing, and integrity.
From start to finish we're clean, reliable, with the craftsmanship outweighing (we believe) all of our competition.
Since 1999 and still here.
The satisfaction seeing the finished project we completed for our customer, Seeing the smile on the faces of our customers. Sometimes getting a pat on the back. Oh yeah, ..... And getting our final payment. ....That's nice too.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Meeting with the customer. Listening to what they may have in mind for their project. Afterwords we would give suggestions mixed with their visions and try to come up with a complete idea that would work with the potential customer. Next we would come up with an estimate that hopefully would work into their budget. If all goes well up to that point we would then give them a start date and an approximate finish date and draw up a contract.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
School of hard Knocks.
With the early years of myself, my brothers, and other family members, working alongside with our Father, and other relatives and friends already working in the construction industry. Then as we got older and more experienced in what we already learned and the skills we acquired in our training in construction. We all went into different fields, and continued to perfect our crafts, as we continued to work on different projects that helped us to progress, and eventually, with all of us going into business for ourselves because of all the hard work and hours we invested in ourselves.