TG Peppe, Inc.
Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, responsiveness, and value.
Thumbtack CustomerJan 23, 2018
Tommy delivered everything he said he would. He came by multiple times to ensure that we had the best choices for our awnings, and when delivery came, they were exactly as we wanted. I would recommend him anytime.Apr 19, 2017Verified
About this pro
Our awnings and other canvas products are HAND MADE. The raw material is cut by hand, material pieced together with a sewing machine and an operator - no automatic, set it and forget it machine here. Framework is measured by hand, pipe cut by an operator with saw and all welding done by a certified MIG welder operator. Fabric installation done by hand. Everything we do is custom, you cannot walk into my shop pick something off the shelf and then hope for the best. We work with our customers every step of the way, from placement and design to fabric pattern choices, valance styles and binding color options. With commercial clients we provide any necessary paperwork and drawings for Board decisions, municipal approvals etc. We also try to help with logo and lettering in any way that we can. We love to see the finished product installed and see the excitement on our customers faces. It gives us great pride to drive past a home or business with one of our awnings and be able to tell others - hey that is us. Even more so when we hear people talking positively about one of our awnings.
Years in business87
Times hired on Thumbtack4
Number of employees8
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We calcuate pricing based on square footage and design style. Their are other factors that add to standard square footage pricing. Some of these factors include: Cut Outs, Added Trusses, Upright Supports, Longer Valance, Custom Hardware, Frame Powdercoating etc
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Acquire field measurements, discuss shape and design of awning, quote some prices with different options.
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?If the price seems too low then you are probably going to end up with lower quality materials and poor quality installation.