CCR Remodeling & Woodworking LLC

CCR Remodeling & Woodworking LLC

5.0 (3)
1 employee
30 years in business

About this pro

I have been told by my clients I have a very deatiled approach to projects I take on. I will do my best to keep your project on time and in budget. I will keep you informed of your projects progress along the way.

I started in 1992. I am a master carpenter

I like trim carpentry. I am also a framing carpenter. I do plumbing and electrical work and interior painting.

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 I enjoy having happy clients who appreciate a project done well and see the value of their investment!

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Webster Groves, MO 63119
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3 Reviews


  • Marshall Michener

    very high quality. good communication. accomodating

  • Patrick O'Neal

    Mark is a true craftsman. He was able to take our worn, weather beaten, 100 year old front door and bring it back to life – it’s truly stunning. In our foyer he was able to match existing baseboards and chair rail perfectly and install that baseboard over a rather uneven slate floor. We also worked with mark to install a new “mini-crown” above our powder room door. Because none of the local milling shops carried an exact match (and we didn’t want to pay to create a custom pattern) we were able to work with Mark to find a more economical solution that was close enough to the original – I suspect most guests in our home will be none the wiser. Overall Mark was easy to work with, communicated clearly, and produced quality work – I would happily work with him again.

  • M. Schiller-Baker

    Did what was agreed upon and did it on time for the price agreed upon and even did a few other little things that needed to be done that I hadn't seen. He never left a mess:) He did woodworking, painting, repairs of all sorts, etc. Mark is very professional and personable. We were more than satisfied with his work.

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

I will take a look at your project and listen to you the customer and ask questions to get an idea of what we are looking to accomplish with their project. I take that information and put together a detailed estimate for a fair and accurate price. I also work hard to stay on time and on budget

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

I have been trained in the RRP ( repair, remodel and paint) safety program. I was trained by a master remodeling contractor and a master carpenter in remodeling older (90+ year old) homes. I have read hundreds of remodeling and fine woodworking magazines and carpentry books. I can do framing and trim carpentry cabinet making, installation as well as book cases or (built in's). I also paintusing spray equipment for built in's and a brush and roller for rooms.

Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.

I charge $55.00 per man hour

How did you get started in this business?

I was in the printing trades and operated a 5 color printing press. The start of a new family and the decline of printing jobs led me to starting my own remodeling business.

What types of customers have you worked with?

Reasonable people who want a good finished project. Naturally they are on a budget. That is established when I stard my bidding process.

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

Do not always take the lowest bid. I would choose to hire someone you feel comfortable working with and who you believe will add value to your home

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

Any question is a fair question. With that said, they can ask me a question and I will answer it whether it is framing like how would I layout an unfinished basement for a a bathroom bedroom and a familyroom with closet and storage space and make is all square.

Or: How can crownmolding be installed over a plaster walls without  having the crownmolding falling off the walls in 10 years? There is a right way to do that. 

Or: what is included in your price? Ultimately it is detailed in the contract.