Life Liberty Builders

Life Liberty Builders

5.0
12 employees
7 years in business

About this pro

Life Liberty Builders 🗽   

We are a General contractor,  home builder,  and home remodeling company.  We do everything in between,  whether its architectural services,  engineering,  finding deals for clients,  real estate investor friendly services,  and for home owners, we do it all.

Our Owner,  James Crossley,  is a combat disabled veteran,  injured in Iraq in 2003. We are a veteran owned small business.  

Drawing from his Army service, leading Soldiers in battle as a Sargeant,  he instilled a great work ethic, character and honor in our company.  

We build, and remodel homes. We will not be satisfied until you are.  We offer different discounts to Vets, seniors,  and others. 

Life liberty builders LLC, we were designed to bring your vision to life, we are your humble servants in creating your vision.  

Thank you

The people, making people happy.

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Philadelphia, PA 19147
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FAQs


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

When a client decides to accept a proposal from LLB,

1.we will get the clients scope of work, all ideas, finishes they like, etc. 

2. We will look at the project in person,  or via emailed photos and video if possible,  or look at the clients plans,  or draw plans for them 

3. We will provide a detailed,  and transparent proposal to the client 

4. If we are hired,, Depending on the project,  pull the necessary permits,  be it for a new home, additions,  or rehab. 

5. We will begin your project.  With a staff of friendly project managers,  one specifically dedicated to you, and a manager to go over selections helping you choose the finishes you have envisioned. 

6. When complete,  we get a final inspection,  then obtain city, or township CO  or paperwork saying we passed the final. 

7. We will call the job complete,  when all our promises are kept,  and the client is happy.  


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

United States Army Corps of Engineers (SAPPER) IRAQ, combat veteran, service Disabled veteran (veteran owned business) also should relate to our (honestly, integrity, and honor) I was a leader of Soldiers through battle. .. OSHA CERTIFIED 30 our course in construction saftey. And (Project management)


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

For new construction, a project will cost about $100 per sq ft, depending mostly on Finnish chosen by owner/client. For additions/rehabs etc.. Construction work and home remodeling there are many variables, and the best bet is to have us look at it. Normally the same day we can have a quote to our clients.


How did you get started in this business?

After I was Honorably Discharged from the Army, I was looking for a leadership position within a construction company. That is exactly what I aquired. Because of my Army leadership experience, I was hired as a Project Manager for what was at the time, a new and small scale Builder. I quickly took it on and loved it, became the best at it to the point my owners learned from me on many things. I grew to a point I could no longer grow in the company and left to start on my own, but not after helping to make them one of the biggest Builders in Philadelphia. I have built many new homes/rehabs. My greatest challenge was building at the same time 13 multifamily homes all over Philadelphia. I learned a great work ethic through the experience.


What types of customers have you worked with?

Investors, home owners, new home owners/buyers, real estate companies, architects, engineers, and have even been hired as an expert witness in a court case.


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

Have a connection, and similar philosophy as him/her. Makes it much easier to have a transparent project that comes out as you hoped or better.


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

What are their main goals for the project, what does the future hold, and how will it be affected by the project.