3rd Coast Repair & Remodeling
Professional carpentry since 2000 with quality and integrity.
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Frequently asked questions
What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Listen to the customer and identify their needs, determin how those goals can be met, and ensure they have a clear understanding of the work to be done. Prepare a timeline for the work and if needed, obtain approvals of the work completed in stages so the customer is involved as much or as little as they want to be.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
General Carpentry, Electrical, Flooring, Plumbing and Trim Carpentry. Furniture Making. Kitchen & Bath DesignRemodeling and installation. Painting. Audio Visual System Design & Installation. Drafting and CAD
Do you have a standard pricing system for your services? If so, please share the details here.
No, I have found that situations differ from job to job enough to make any acrurate standard pricing, impracticle for clients or myself. I prefer, "Time and Materials" but, I can, have and will work in a bid/contract proccess, provided there is enough information to adequately price the job in advance.
How did you get started in this business?
At the suggestion of friends and family, I decided to use my experience and skills to help others.
What types of customers have you worked with?
I've worked with Homeowners, Rental Property Owners, Commercial & Retail Owners & Tenants. City, State and Federal Properties as well.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?
Dont ever settle for low-quality or sub-standard work and materials. life is too short not to have reliable quality.
What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?
In many situations, repairs spark ideas for changes or the item being repaired is itself a daily or often used piece. Especially if the item(s) in question are typically long use in nature, you should ask yourself; "Am I going to be here and use this for a year or more, and will I still like and/or be happy with this change a year or more from now?" Basically, don't spend energy, money and time on anything you aren't going to be happy with, long term.