J&J Woodworking LLC
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Jeff was an absolute life saver. After receiving unfortunate news regarding the structure of my home during the sales process, Jeff was the first to come and look at the report from my engineer. Jeff was extremely responsive, fair and professional. Jeff had the knowledge to realize oversight by the engineer and make the changes according to code. The engineer was impressed and praised Jeff's work and repairs. The work passed on the first inspection and a clean letter was obtained.Apr 24, 2018Verified
Needed some trim fixed on outside of house and hired J&J. After they completed, I thought it looked great, but really appreciated the quality when my painter came by next day to paint all the new trim. He said it was some of the best work he'd seen, and he's seen alot ! Jeff is excellent craftsman with super fair pricing. Did what they said they would do when they said they would do it. Very satisfied. will use again for sure.Nov 10, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?All jobs are priced on case by case. Each estimate and job is different. It all depends on the product each client wants
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?When working with a new customer we provide them with all our credentials and background. We provide them with our business information and all contact information. We explain the process to which we will quote and execute the work. We are very thorough in our explanation of all the work to be completed and the process.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Jeff went to Mesabi Range Technical College in Minnesota and received an associates degree in Carpentry. Jeff went on to work in Florida for a company completing all the interior trim and door installation on all the waterfront properties in Clearwater and surrounding areas. When the recession hit in 2008-2010 in Florida, Jeff was unable to consistently maintain work due to company closure and layoffs. Jeff moved with his wife to Charlotte, NC due to a job in structural repairs. Jeff worked and learned about structural and crawlspace repairs for several years. After several years of work he decided that he wanted to start his own company and that is where J&J Woodworking was born. In 2013, Jeff took a chance and invested everything into starting his own business and has been successful for the past 3 years.