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Wood Rail Repair
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I couldn’t be happier with Utah Metalworks and am so glad I chose him for our project. We’ve had a lot of craftsman in and out of our home during our remodel and I wish they all possessed the level of integrity and eye for detail Moises has. I never had to worry about him no showing. He always came when he said he would and I was very impressed with how he thought of the little things to make sure we got the final product just right. I wish he did more than metal because he has all the desirable qualities one would want in a tradesman. We’re thrilled with the final product and would recommend him to anyone needing help with a metal project.Jun 16, 2020Verified
Utah Metalworks was amazing to work with. They completed a few projects that we needed done and it was all very affordable as well. We would definitely recommend them!Mar 29, 2020Verified
He was was on time. Got done very quickly. Kept to his negotiated price and did a great job. If I have anything else I’ll definitely hire again. Call him up ASAP!May 9, 2020Verified
I came to these guys needing a rail and handrails done quick. They gave me a great price and finished the job with installation in a week. The quality was great and it made the house look so much better. I will use them againJun 16, 2020Verified
I need a very strong rail at just the right height. He nailed it great design super strong and placed just right for me. Fantastic jobMay 22, 2020Verified
Moises A. Lagos
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Pricing depends on project scope. We can provide average prices per square foot or lineal foot but this does not guarantee the official price.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?First and most important step is to discuss the scope of work and define expectations. Second step is to provide an estimate or an official bid. Third step is to clearly communicate acceptable or rejection of the bid. Fourth and last step, we communicate the schedule and project workflow.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?I have a bachelors degree in Construction Management. We have certified welders with years of experience in custom metalworks.