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CornerStone Contracting Services
CornerStone Contracting Services

CornerStone Contracting Services

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Introduction: I am a Journeyman Carpenter, meaning I have four years of Federally Registered Apprenticeship, studying Carpentry and Cabinetmaking, under the authority of the Joint Apprenticeship Training Commission - comprised of members of the AGC and UBCJA. Upon completion I was selected for the UBC's Advanced Foreman Training. I now have more than 18 years experience in both residential and commercial construction. I've had the opportunity to gain valuable hands on experience in every aspect of carpentry, from laying out foundations and framing up wall's to installing doors & windows, complete interior systems, roofing, on down to the finish with flooring, cabinets, and trim; including mitered and coped Crown Moulding. I have spent a fairly equal split of my time between remodeling and new construction of many homes, offices, hospitals, schools and and other commercial structures.

Hired 10 times

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14 years in business

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Customers rated this pro highly for work quality, professionalism, and responsiveness.

Very good 4.5

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Keaton B.

Floor Installation or Replacement

Did great work installing my new floor and gave me a fair price. Didn’t price gouge me like many other contractors tried to do. Fixed all discrepancies that came along. Very professional.
Feb 12, 2021
Diana S.

Door Installation

Dylan from Cornerstone contacted me just a few minutes after I asked for a price quote. The quote was very reasonable for a door installation. He and his co-worker were right on time. I had pre-purchased a storm door for my screen room. Dylan recognized that to do the job right I would also need some wood. Off to Home Depot he went to purchase some wood for the installation. They completed the install and when I asked what the total was it was only $11.00 more because that's how much the wood was. He didn't charge me an additional fee to go pick up the additional material. I will definitely be using Cornerstone again and have recommended them to my friends who have some home improvement projects.
Jan 17, 2021
James l.


As contractors go, Cornerstone covers the full gamut of talent. Instead of contacting multiple contactors for our projects, Cornerstone capably handled all of them. Plumbing, carpentry, painting; we were very impressed. They replaced windows, installed a vanity, repaired the soffit, painted, and cleaned as they went. They were polite, hard-working, on-time, and responded quickly to our initial request.
Dec 24, 2020
Anthony W.

Door Installation

These guys were great and very professional! They fixed and replaced multiple doors throughout our home. We are very satisfied with the quality of work and will be hiring them again in the near future! Thanks for a pleasant experience in fixing up our home!
Nov 26, 2020
Shayla F.

Closet and Shelving System Installation

Dylan was responsive and punctual among other great things. I will hire him from here on out for anything work done on my home. I'm super proud I found someone that is dependable. Dylan is my go to guy.
Oct 9, 2020
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Micah Fabrycky


  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    I was always drawn to carpentry and Contracting from a young age I suppose. My father was a General Contractor, so I spent summers with him on a lot of remodel jobs. I am actually the sixth consecutive generation to become a Journeyman Carpenter and Contractor. I suppose you could say its just in my blood. I knew from the age of 14 I would be designing, building, remodeling, and restoring homes.

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    You should take time to review the amount and types of formal training, as well as experience, any contracyor you are considering has recirved. Is he a guy with a hammer, a truck, and a litle DIY skill, who decided to change careers on a whim? Look for qualified Tradesmen, preferably those who have completed an Apprenticeship in their chosen trade. The education and skill developement aquired through the process is very similar to that which attorneys, doctors, accountants obtain in graduate study.

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    Probably the most important thing to ask yourself is "What do I hope to accomplish through the project", and develop a very clear answer to that. For example, a major kitchen renovation: is it really about new modern stainless appliances, imported solid stone counters, beutiful handcrafted custom walnut cabinets, etc.; or is it aboug the family dinners around the table in the new breakfast nook, an open ease of flow which allows involvement and interaction between the kitchen, dining room, living room, and patio, so Mom can enjoy the festivities WHILE preparing the holiday meal for 25 guests. The real focus here for you is not the modern updated showcase finish, but facilitateing an increased amount of family time and bonding through design planning. Knowing this can drastically impact the way your contractor is able to advise you in the process to better suite that objective.

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