About this pro
8 years in business
Areas needing work
Powder Room was updated with beadboard, glass tile and trim workFeb 2, 2016
Amazing , quality work done from the heart! Pure quality craftsmanship performed at an affordable price! A true, honest business man!! Will hire for future projects! Keep up the excellent work!Jan 13, 2016Verified
Contracted Atlantic Woodworks to put hardwood floors in our foyer, living and dining rooms, cabana bath and master bedroom. He took out the carpet and tile and prepped the floors for the hardwood. We have a curved staircase and he meticulously cut the wood to curve around the base of the stairs. We didnt need to put molding around it . . .it looks like the floors were always there. Did a beautiful job!! (and I am very picky!). Arrived on time, was very careful with our furnishings and keeping the surrounding areas clean. We just love our new floors. Couldnt ask for a better end product or person to work with. Highly recommend Atlantic Woodworks and Tim Mortimer.Jan 15, 2016
January 5, 2016 R.
We had an entire downstairs renewal completed by Tim at Atlantic Woodworks. He removed our old flooring and put in hardwood floors. He had to rebuild our staircase so that we could have hardwood flooring all the way up to the second landing. He put up crown molding in several rooms, changed out our inside doors and door knobs, replaced baseboards and door frames, updated cabinets in kitchen and bathroom- which also including new sinks/faucets, new countertops. He recommended using butcher block in our kitchen which looks awesome! He also put in a stone backsplash which looks wonderful with the butcher block. Overall he has done a fantastic job! He is kind, courteous, friendly. He cares about the little things and wants his job to be perfect and completed to our satisfaction. Every day he has cleaned up where he has worked so as not to leave our home in a total mess. He is a non-smoker. We are beyond pleased with everything he had done for us and will use his services again when we decide to remodel our upstairs!Jan 5, 2016
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?No, prices always depend on the project. There are certain industry/area standards and going rates as for square footage or linear footage. I try to be competitive to the local market.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I like to find out a little about their style and taste. In order to better cater to their needs. It is important to me to establish a good relationship with my clients. I think it is important to know a little about each other. There are a lot of fly-by-night businesses out there that give genuine carpenters a bad rep. Knowing who you are dealing with is key. step 1 knowing the project step 2 visiting the site and getting all the information necessary to provide a solid quote. Step 3 submitting a written quote either in person or via e-mail. Step 4 Do the work!
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?26 years Hospitality Management, started construction and carpentry part time in 2000 in New England. Worked for very reputable contractors as apprentice and laborer. very quickly worked my way up the ladder since this line of work had always been my hobby and passion in the past. Trained as a Glassier for 2 years under Chad Miller Master Glassier. Trained by a large national builder in Kitchen and Bath installations. Worked on projects with Norm Abrams, Tommy Silva (This Old House).