Tri Star Construction

Redondo Beach, CA

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About this pro

Tri Star Construction is a Residential Builder of Custom Homes, remodeling, additions, kitchens, baths, hardscape and pools and exterior facelifts.

We also do Commercial Projects, Restaurants, Retail, T.I. improvements, Offices, D.D.S., Churches, Sport Centers, and more.

Brian Cull

Location

Redondo Beach, CA 90277

Background check

Complete

Years in business

39

Number of employees

10

Reviews

3 Reviews
  • Gary P. Jan 22, 2015
    I began purchasing rental properties in 1983 and still own 6 so I am very familiar with working with contractors. Tri Star Construction is among the best I've seen. The professional, friendly service is hard to match in this industry. Its rare to find a company with the best service and lowest price. Its usually either one or the other but this company has both. As an engineer, technical knowledge is important to me and this is also why I choose Tri Star.
  • Jim S. Jul 15, 2013
    Jim Schwartz 1104 Highland Ave., Suite R Manhattan Beach, Ca. 90266 To All People in Search of a Great Contractor: My wife and I bought a house last fall in Palos Verdes Estates, and thank fully hired Brian Cull of Tri Star Construction as our General Contractor to remodel our home. Mr. Cull not only provided firm leadership with the various sub contractors on the job site, but proved extremely capable in his diplomacy with a city, known to be quite difficult for contractors. When we were unsure about how certain ideas would work, Brian Cull came up with suggestions well attuned to our particular aesthetic inclinations. He demonstrated an uncanny ability to assess our direction, then adapt a most practical way to achieve our goals. Moreover, Mr. Cull brings a wide array of hands-on skills to a project and can aptly perform several of the trades himself. Remodeling projects usually entail lots of stress for families, even to people as myself with some remodeling background, but to our good fortune, Brian Cull's talents allowed us to remain unruffled throughout construction. Additionally, he listened to my wife as closely as he did to me. Brian Cull not only brings much professional talent to a project but also is a business owner's dream while the dreaded money meter ticks away. He works fast while preserving top standards. Someday my wife and I wish to build a house. We will not hesitate to call Brian Cull of Tri Star Construction to run the job. Sincerely, Jim Schwartz - Palos Verdes Estates.
  • Greg C. Jul 9, 2013
    Mr Cull performed an outstanding job remodeling our bathroom. His knowledge aided me, in making changes to my original plans, and for that, I'm very thankful. I was impressed in the timely manner, in which he completed the work. I will certainly welcome his expertise and workmanship in the future, when we are ready for our add-on.

Q&A

What types of customers have you worked with?
Residential & Commercial Tri Star Construction LLC Builders of Custom Homes, Remodeling, Additions, Kitchens, Baths, Hardscape & Pools, Exterior FaceLifts. Residential & Commercial Restaurants, Retail, T.I. Improvements, Offices, D.D.S.,
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Dear Homeowner, Remodeling projects seem to have some common high and low points for many owners. If you are a seasoned remodeling veteran, you may already know what to expect and may not need to read this letter. If you have not lived through a remodeling project before, however, you are probably approaching your project with some degree of both anxiety and excitement. The purpose of this letter is not to cast a shadow of doubt on your project before it starts, but rather to simply point out some of these high and low points that naturally occur in the course of most remodeling projects. This way, you will a have a realistic idea of what to expect. First, every remodeling job creates some degree of disorder, dust, uncertainty, and inconvenience. People will be tearing apart your house and putting it back together again -- many of them people you have never met. We understand that this can be an unsettling experience and, accordingly, we expect our crews and subcontractors to respect the fact that this is your home they are working in and not a vacant warehouse. We want to know immediately if you have any problems in this area so that we can take immediate steps to correct them. Second, remodeling proceeds in stages. One of the most difficult stages is working through the plan and permit process. Hopefully, by the time you receive this letter, you are finished with this process and are well into the stage of having your ideas turned into working construction drawings. Another difficult early stage is the demolition phase. You will see new faces in and around your home on a regular basis. The insides of your house will be exposed. Electrical, heating, or plumbing services may be intermittently interrupted during this time. Dust, dirt, debris piles, and dumpsters will be visible in and around the work area. All of this can be rather stressful. However, don't worry -- the demolition phase goes quickly, and will be cleaned up just as rapidly. Once the framing nears completion, people usually feel very optimistic and start to see the light at the end of the tunnel. After the framing is completed and the plumbing, electrical, and mechanical work are under way, the project can appear to slow down because the progress is not as dramatic and visible as in the framing phase. However, a lot of detail work is done at this time. For instance, there are many required inspections by building officials. It's critical that the work be done thoroughly at this point prior to insulating and closing the walls with drywall. Next comes the drywall stage which most people are excited about. When the walls are covered with drywall, suddenly the rooms take on their true proportions and people start to imagine what it will be like to move back in. Unfortunately, the final phase of all the work, after the drywall, can seem to take a long time. The finish work -- grading and exterior concrete flat work; interior and exterior painting; installation of all interior doors and finish woodwork; installation of cabinets, tile, and floor coverings; installation of finish plumbing and electrical fixtures; installation of shelving, closet poles, mirrors, glass shower doors, hardware, appliances, etc. -- requires a fair amount of time and the efforts of many different subcontractors. Nevertheless, thanks to a well-planned and coordinated scheduling effort during this phase, the day arrives when your project is completed. Finally, your house is once again your private residence, free of the constant construction activity that has transformed your ideas and plans into the new spaces that we hope you will enjoy. Please let us know if you have any questions about this process or any suggestions about how we can minimize the disruption to your daily routine. Thank you. Brian Cull