CCR LLC Remodeling & Woodworking
About this pro
I wanted all the carpet in my house replaced with hardwood, the acoustical titles removed from the ceilings and replaced with drywall, a new built-in closet in the bedroom...and while we were at it, remove the wall between the kitchen and dinning room and remodel the kitchen. It was not a small project. Mark basically touched every surface in every room except the bathroom. I could not have made a better choice. Mark and his team did an excellent job and I am now living in a new 105 year old house.Apr 18, 2016
I hired Mark thru an Angie's List Big Deal that turned out to be a bigger deal: I needed the bottoms of 2 wooden side panels of my front door fixed, and Mark suggested replacing the panels fully with laminate for a more permanent solution. Cost a lot more, but better, beautiful results!Mar 26, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?My bids are based on $60 per hour. I have to stay competitive and it is been my experience that this hourly rate balance as well with the insurance the equipment and the people that I hire to do the kind of work that we do
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I call or email my perspective clients after they have contacted me. I asked questions about the project they have in mind I may make some suggestions or throw out some ideas for them to consider. We set up an appointment for me to come out and look at their project. I will then put together a comprehensive estimate and email it back to them.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I am RRP certified. I have remodeled 50 or so kitchens, 30 bathrooms. I have extensive drywall and plaster repair experience a master carpenter master painter. My customers appreciate that I have a group of tried-and-true professional subcontractors that have worked for me from anywhere from 2 to 10 years. Our specialties are the older homes in the metropolitan area but we also enjoy working on the 50-year-old and newer homes as well.