Most construction companies are only concerned with landing the project. At Gordon Reese Construction, we are more interested in making sure that we are the right company for you and your project. This is why our process is so different from most remodeling companies. Take a look and see for your self!
Your company has defied all propaganda about the horrors of renovations. We are beyond grateful.
Our guest bathroom, kitchen, laundry room and hallway turned out amazing, just as we had hoped.
It's been over a year and we still think every day about the remarkable transformation brought by the kitchen remodel you designed and carried out for us which opened up several small, dark rooms to bring a bright, spacious, elegant feel to our now modern, practical, hard working kitchen and also remained wonderfully true to the style of our 1920's home.
The overall outcome was beautiful, it was what we expected if not more.
We look forward to working with Gordon Reese Construction for years to come. It will give us peace of mind to know we can rely on you.
Over the course of the project I met often with our project manager and our lead remodeling professional to check on status, issues and solutions as we progressed with the remodel.
Gordon Reese and Jeff Rexford were responsive to client concerns which arose during the construction process and managed those concerns and any others that arose throughout the construction process.
Whether it be an initial consultation or during the quoting process, and straight through the construction phase. Jeff has a great understanding of quality in design through craftsmanship.
The crew was very professional, hardworking, took pride in their workmanship and was great to work with. Overall, we stayed on budget, on schedule and got exactly what we had envisioned.
The whole process was very easy. I had preconceptions about how a construction project could disrupt your life. The Crew was quite professional. The most impressive thing was that they showed up on time or earlier every day of the project."