We are not a large company. We seek the right number of clients to serve at the same time; mixing larger renovation jobs with jobs that often require less of a longer term committment. We strive to offer service and craftsmanship that is a high level of value for your hard-earned dollar.
Our philosophy is service customized to your project. We seek to listen more that we talk; and to bring an atmosphere of focus, skill and joy to work with us daily.
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We set up an inital meet for us to listen to your ideas about your project.
We will help focus on areas which may need more detail. We ascess wheather the project will require architectural or design drawings and how that may relate the permit process.
We will ask questions and hopefully be able to provide feeback about a prospective budget. We strive to have accurate infomation and set clear expectations regarding budget.
During the design and proposal portion of the process through completion we use BuilderTREND, a cloud-based project management tool to clearly communicate progress, track changes, invoice, and share photos and information.
I do not have a standard pricing system. I complete a through proposal that details the scope of work, over all cost, and payment schedule that relates appropriate payments to completed project benchmarks.
I started with owning rental property. Later I apprenticed and work for a creative general contractor that specialized in historic renovation and custome cabinetry. I loved the hands on project based work where you can see you tangible results and improvements from your contribution and focus.
All types! Projects large and small - modern or historic - residential and light commercial.
I enjoyed this 2 family conversion in the Tower Grove South neighborhood last year.
We combined an up/down duplex, and after a lot of wall removal and strucural framing, we created an open floor plan 3 bedroom home with a 3rd floor inlaw suite.
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Listen to what words are used and trust you gut level impression of the person you are looking to hire.
If you don't think you can see yourself working closely with this person in your home and resolve complicated sets of issues you should keep looking until you find a good fit.
Do you feel like you have accurate expectations of the level of difficulty, length of time to complete, and the relative cost of your project. And ask questions that clear up these types of questions.