Kevin Jarvis Woodworking
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Kevin installed a custom bathroom cabinet in our new condo. He took the time to understand exactly what we were looking for the his work is gorgeous! It far exceeded our expectations and we are so glad we had the opportunity to work with him.Feb 27, 2017
Kevin was honest and fair. He completed the project as described. Would definitely recommend!Jan 15, 2017Verified
We needed a custom cabinet built in our Master bath. Kevin Jarvis was hired to do the job and I must say that the cabinet looks spectacular! He did excellent woodwork, was very professional, punctual and courteous. I highly recommend him. Our bathroom looks beautiful! Thank you Kevin Jarvis Woodworking.Jun 4, 2016Verified
Kevin was great. Listened to all my requests and spent lots of timeDec 5, 2015Verified
My husband and I asked Kevin to build a bench for our wedding to use as a guest book. Kevin did a fantastic job at not only building the bench but also providing a fair price. He was open to our ideas but also used his expertise to provide suggestions that in the end resulted in a beautiful bench that our guests enjoyed signing and we will have as a memory to cherish forever. We would highly recommend Kevin to anyone looking for a quality piece to add to their home, office, or anywhere else you can show off his great craftsmanship.Nov 13, 2015
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Since everything we make is completely custom its difficult to have immediate pricing. Everything really is case specific and dependent on material, style, size etc. Typically you see box stores price cabinets at around $300 to 700$ per linear foot. Custom work can fall anywhere from $700 to $1200+ per linear foot just to give a very rough idea. The difference in performance and quality however is incomparable.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?With any potential client, the initial meeting is the "napkin sketch" stage, where it is a brief meeting on ideas and interests, concerns and basic design. I like to get a feel for the clients personality and hear their expectations for me and the project. Depending on the work being done, the time in between the first and second meeting is usually spent drafting or drawing the project. During the second meeting, time is spent reviewing the plans, confirming schedule, discussing payment and getting excited for what is to be done. After a contractual agreement, work can begin.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Certified cabinet maker from the New England School Of Architectural Woodworking