E. Reiner Construction
Jake has done 3 jobs for me & each time I'm more impressed than the last. New attic stairs & moving a ceiling fan. Looking at the ceiling & you can't tell where the holes were. Last was the oak wood flooring for the whole 1st floor, new trim (windows too) & slate be the front & back doors.Beautiful work. Also painted the 1st floor. Pretty much what you need done, it will get done. Highly recommend.Jun 29, 2014
Recently I called Reiner Construction to see about repairing some dry rot damage to my home. One issue was so severe squirrels were getting into my attic. When Jake came to assess the damage he really impressed me. He was very customer focused, articulate and professional. I had a good feeling about him right away. He listened well to my concerns, asked good questions, took notes and measurements. After the inspection he was the only contractor to provide me with both a verbal and written estimate and and an aggreable timeline. in addition he furnished the lowest quote. The work completed by Jake's team was performed quickly and to my complete satisfaction. Jake made sure that all my concerns were adequately addressed and the timeline achieved and on budget. I would definitely hire Reiner Construction again in the future.Nov 7, 2013Verified
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Years in business33
Times hired on Thumbtack2
Number of employees2
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Since we do so many types of work, we have many ways of pricing it. Some stuff is quoted by the square foot (like painting), or by the square foot with a percentage per square foot increase (like painting a difficult stairway). Many things estimated by figuring how long it will take, and how much the materials will cost, plus the cost of doing business associated with that job. Other things are charged as time and material.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I have been pounding nails since I was a little kid. I feel I was more or less born into it. I've always found something enjoyable about my line of work, and I get satisfaction from that.
- What types of customers have you worked with?That kind of varies from season to season. We seem to do more flooring, trim, and interior work in the winter. In the summer it's more decks, gazebos, fences, and that type of thing. We do it all, so there isn't really one thing that we do a ton of.