2D to 3D Construction

San Antonio, TX

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

I am licensed & insured; have 30+ years as a master carpenter; draft own drawings using AutoCAD; am extremely detail-oriented & seek perfection from my subcontractors; require project payment submittals from subs; turn in pay applications to clients based on written progress statements in order for them to feel comfortable that at any given time they have not paid anymore than what they have been provided; know that clients in Texas have little recourse from "fly-by-night" contractors who never finish, disappear, etc.; please feel free to check the AZ Registrar of Contractors website for the company's history (http://www.azroc.gov/forms/ contractorsearch.html)

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

The satisfaction of building for clients who can enjoy something that will be beautiful & last a lifetime! Word-of-mouth advertising is "priceless" and that is one's reward for providing a service like that!
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Location

San Antonio, TX 78213

Years in business

21

Number of employees

5

Reviews

1 Reviews
  • Diane L. Jun 4, 2014
    Work Completed: Total Kitchen/Master Bedroom Renovation w/Window replacements/2 Patio Additions Time Line for Completion: 3½ months Completion Date: 12/2012 Project Cost: $70,000 2D to 3D Construction completed a gorgeous renovation and addition to both our Master bedroom & Kitchen/laundry. They extended the outside wall of the master and moving an indoor Jacuzzi tub outside to make the bedroom approximately 100 sf larger. The kitchen was completely gutted and redesigned with a new island, custom cabinets w/beautiful countertops, appliances and new plumbing fixtures/electrical wiring & fixtures. Several walls were moved and structural beams added to expand the square footage space of the rooms. Installed were new tile and wood flooring throughout. A new 12’x12’ patio cover was built over the outdoor Jacuzzi and a beautifully designed 25’x25’ patio was built covering the French door exit from the kitchen/dining area. What an absolutely wonderful difference this has made for us. The subcontractors were polite, helpful, and extremely careful to protect existing conditions. They showed up when they said they would, worked extensively with me to suggest several designs & materials, did absolutely beautiful work, and finished in the time that they had promised. They returned immediately to touch up a few places that need to be corrected and reassured us to call if anything else needed to be adjusted or corrected. We are 100% satisfied with the work and would not hesitate to recommend 2D to 3D Construction to anyone else for their project(s). Diane L

Q&A

What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
I break down my proposals by individual "scopes of work" and do not bid by general square feet pricing.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
LEED Accreditation AutoCAD class updates
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I put myself through college "pounding nails" and after graduation, pursued my dream to build buildings!
What types of customers have you worked with?
I am a General Contractor and have a talented list of subcontractors for every trade necessary to complete: custom homes, commercial finish-outs; additions, complete renovations and kitchen/bath remodels
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
Complete renovation of an existing 2400sf house with a 2000sf addition to that house (included beautiful 650sf new kitchen & 4 extensive bathrm remodels).
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
Certainly ask and check the contractor's Reference List. Look at the work the company has performed (if possible). Do not hesitate to ask questions during the bidding stage, the construction trade or the closeout stage.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
Is this contractor ethical, honest, conscientious, polite & understanding? Who are the ethical, good contractors and who are not? These questions certainly are on their mind from the beginning. My clients love my work, love my price and love my ethics. People always need to have a "warm & fuzzy feeling" about spending their hard earned dollars!