All Angles Carpentry
Denham Springs, LA
Areas of service:Baton Rouge, Denham Springs, Hammond, Gonzales, Prairieville and Baker
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About All Angles Carpentry
All Angles Carpentry is a full-service residential carpentry company. We specialize in room additions, remodels/renovations, repairs and outdoor carpentry.
We take pride in our work and it shows throughout the length of each project, from initial contact to finished product. All work is completed up to exacting standards and all current applicable building codes.
All materials are handpicked by myself to ensure the highest quality. Everything that we do comes with a 5-year guarantee to be free from defects in craftsmanship and materials.
We can design and draw blueprints (schematics) for personal use or to assist in the permit process when needed. We can also assist you by using your ideas and current trends to draw a conceptual perspective sketch to aid in the visualization of a finished product.
All work is completed by myself with assistance from helpers when necessary for my own peace of mind and yours. The only items that are subbed out are major electrical, major plumbing and HVAC.
I have extensive experience in all areas of carpentry. We are polite, punctual and professional. Our prices will not be beaten by any other competent contractor or carpenter.
At All Angles Carpentry, we understand the importance of customer satisfaction. We know that your happiness with our work and professionalism go hand-in-hand with your repeat and referral business, and therefore my businesses livelihood.
If you have a need for any type of residential carpentry, please contact us. We serve East Baton Rouge Parish and all other areas within a 25-mile radius with free estimates.
Questions and answers
- What areas of your trade do you specialize in?
We specialize in room additions, living space conversions such as attic or carport to master suite conversions, remodels/ renovations and outdoor carpentry items such as decks, gazebos, pergolas, fences and more.
We can also draw blueprints for permit or personal reasons. Form, frame, trim and custom carpentry are all done with confidence, code compliance, professionalism and guarantee.
- What services do you provide your customers after the work has finished?
Upon completion of construction, we at All Angles Carpentry perform a few tasks that should be a no-brainer for all carpenters/ contractors, but unfortunately are oftentimes completely overlooked once final payment has been received.
Job site cleanliness is one of the simplest and obvious things that we do not only upon completion, but at the end of every work day. Generally, we will also give the customer a courtesy call a week or two after completion just to make sure that they are still pleased with the final product and the way everything was carried out. This would be a meaningless call to other competent carpenters/ contractors because generally you won't get paid if the customer is not happy. To us it's just one more thing that sets us apart from the competition.
We really love what we do, and we genuinely want our customers to love it, too. Our livelihood depends vastly on customer satisfaction as we would not get repeat or referral business without it.
- What questions should a customer ask before hiring a professional in your trade?
There are many criteria to consider when searching for a competent carpenter. I personally believe that it is important to know if your contractor actually knows what they are doing relative to the specific task that you need completed.
One way to do this is to ask relatively vague questions pertaining to the task at hand and observe their response. I you get a vague answer in return, or if they seem to be sidestepping an already simply question, then something may be wrong. Checking for their knowledge pertaining to current building codes is also extremely important in my personal opinion.
Call your local permit office and get some specifics. Ask your potential contractor the same questions and see what they say. The two answers should be nearly identical.
Finally, I would ask if you have their word that once starting your job, they would stay with only that job until completion. Many companies will attempt to do multiple jobs at once, afraid to miss a buck. In doing so, they oftentimes upset and frustrate clients by exceeding a reasonable completion date and cutting corners to get done in a timely manner.