Linz Construction LLC
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I would highly recommend Alan Erger of Linz Construction. I have worked with Alan on numerous occasions and have always found him to be very dependable, to have a strong work ethic, to perform high-quality work and to be extremely trustworthy!Mar 27, 2017
Al has been me first phone call out when I need any handy, build, or repair work for many years. Very helpful, friendly, and thoughtful. The best part is he's relaible, which is hard to find in Austin these days.Mar 26, 2017
Alan has done many jobs for me from little things like changing my furnace filter to adding wood flooring in my attic, building cabinets for storage in my garage and helping with hardscaping my patio and building a fence. He is very reliable, which is a rare thing in Austin these days. It's nice to know you have someone you can rely on to show up when they say they will, and do quality work / give you what you paid for!Mar 26, 2017
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Because of the nature of our work, pricing is dependent on the job and scope of work required. For larger projects we will come to you to inspect the site, and then provide a quote based on materials and labor. For smaller handyman tasks we can provide service at an hourly rate to simplify the process and get the work done for you as quickly as possible.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?For larger jobs, we will come to you to inspect the property and offer a fair quote based on the work required. For smaller handyman tasks we offer an hourly rate for convenience to allow us to come in and complete the work in a timely manner.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Alan has 20+ years experience as licensed general contractor. He has built custom homes from the ground up and completed commercial build projects. Alan is a carpenter by trade, and first found his love for woodworking in shop class in high school. After college, Alan decided he preferred to pursue a career in carpentry rather than spend his days sitting behind a desk, and eventually went on to found Linz Construction.