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Great discussion on what the best solution would be. Came up with a better solution than I’d advertised for. Good work. Took on a couple extra tasks too that were very helpful.Dec 7, 2018Verified
After interviewing a number of people I finally found Logan at Something Constructive. I had a unique project that needed someone who could think out of the box. I had a idea what I wanted. I told Logan what I needed to be done and he ran with it. The project was a hideaway staircase/ladder for my workshop. It included rails for the stairs to slide out from a overhead storage area. It also has a pulley system to lift stairs so it could be stored overhead. In two days Logan was completed and within my budget. I highly recommend Logan at Something Constructive for your home projects.Oct 23, 2018Verified
really awesome working with Logan - he was super knowledgeable and got the work done in a reasonable amount of time - looking forward to future projects! thanks!Oct 17, 2018Verified
Logan was prompt on arrival and did 3 different projects for us--all in carpentry. (Total time about 3 hours). He was very informative about the process, did lots of brainstorming with us and was open to suggestions. His work was excellent. I would use him again in a heartbeat!Aug 16, 2018Verified
I had a rather precariously hung window that I was looking for a better solution for. Logan came by, proposed a couple of different solutions, and built a custom frame to help hang it more securely. While he was at it I also had him touch up a number of things in my house like adding base shoe and fixing some doors that wouldnt latch. He came with great ideas, was very collaborative, and an already pleasure to work with.Jun 2, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?If the project is simple I’ll do a bid. If there are unanswered questions or complexities I simply charge by the hour
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?When starting with a new client I'm very careful when asking about the issue, very often the issue is just a symptom or there are other long term considerations. Also, it's very important to know what the budget and timeline look like so I can make a realistic assessment of the project. Finally, it's critical to have an understanding of the personalities involved since I essentially become a short term house guest until the project is completed.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a B.A. and I started building 20 years ago. I have worked on everything from a $40,000 executive table to a $400,000 custom home addition to a $40 garden bench.