7th Generation Carpentry & Remodeling
About this pro
10 years in business
12 hires on Thumbtack
Fast, professional and everything came out great.Mar 27, 2017Verified
Alex took on several projects for me, from audiovisual planning and wiring, to building out special shelving and storage space. He is a pleasure to work with, and concerned with delivering quality. I will definitely use him for future projects as well.Jan 28, 2017Verified
Great work. He had some great ideas/vision for building custom shelves and a desk for me, but I ended up doing a little DIY and using some things I already had (due to budget). I still had him do a few small jobs for me (replacing doorknobs, etc), which he did quickly and efficiently. I'd love to use him (and his carpentry skills and great vision/ideas) for bigger jobs down the road (kitchen remodel!) when my budget allows.May 18, 2015Verified
We hired Alex to remove an old French patio door and install a new one. Alex was great. He is very knowledgeable on all things carpentry and remodeling. Once we removed the old door, the job became much more complicated - mold, cracking, etc. Alex knew exactly what to do and was more than willing to continue to help and fix the issues. We would definitely recommend him.Apr 15, 2015Verified
Alex does a great job. I had him out to install a ceiling fan and an outdoor light fixture. His quote was more than reasonable, his work very efficient and both items look and work perfect! He did not waste my time either discussing the quote or doing the work. Very prompt and responsive.Apr 3, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?For larger projects, detailed estimates are provided. Smaller projects are typically bid as a lump sum. Handyman/Carpentry services are hourly pricing.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?Reading mostly with an occasional workshop.
- How did you get started doing this type of work?I worked construction during the summers through high school. After I graduated, I continued working as a carpenter to support my wife while she finished college, and then after she graduated, I started going to LSU and paid for my education working as a carpenter. Over the years I've done large commercial projects and large high-end custom homes. I've since downsized and enjoy doing smaller projects and carpenter/handyman work.