Edward and his team pride themselves on getting the job done on time and doing whatever it takes to make you happy. Whether it is a bathroom remodel, a kitchen renovation, a powder room, a deck build, a partial job, or a general home renovation, Edward Construction has the experience and expertise to give you the best value for your money. Edward has been remodeling homes since 1992.
Edward remodels homes because remodeling gives him the satisfaction of knowing that he built something that will be enjoyed for many years to come. Edward loves what he does and his passion is evident in his work.
If you’re thinking about remodeling in your home, feel free to give us a call at 724-407-8931 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Edward will give you a free estimate on a time and day that works for you. He’ll make note of exactly what you want done and listen to your needs. After you meet, we’ll email you your estimate and answer any questions you may have about your project.
Check out our testimonials below to see the type of client experience that Edward Construction provides. Edward is consistent in the quality of his work, and that is clear from all of the testimonials he receives.
“We used Edward twice in 2012. Once to convert an old kitchen into a laundry room/mud room & bathroom. And another time to finish off part of our basement. We had an excellent experience working with Edward both times. He came to work when he said he would, always told us the work he planned to accomplish that day, and completed the job in a timely manner. Communication with Edward was great and his price was fair. We plan on using him for future projects.” “Kitchen, bathroom, deck, wood floors, dining room. All projects were done with excellent care and craftsmanship and we couldn’t be happier with the results. Takes the time to do things right and provides great communication throughout the whole process. We get compliments on our house all the time now and I would HIGHLY RECOMMEND Edward Construction to friends, family and neighbors. Very fair on pricing and willing to work with us on unique building materials.”
See more testimonials at our Google Places Page…
Check out a video of our deck construction…
When you are looking to remodel your bathroom or kitchen in Pittsburgh, you want the very best price for the most quality work. How do you go about doing this?
Check online reviews and talk to your friends and family. Chances are, they can refer you to a contractor that they’ve dealt with before.
When a contractor gives you a quote, pay very special attention to the services that are included in the job that you may hire them to do. One contractor may give you a very low price by leaving out a key service, such as painting. As such, when comparing contractors in Pittsburgh, make sure that you are not comparing apples and oranges.
Read the fine print of the contract and make sure that you know what materials they’ll be using to finish your kitchen or bathroom. Some contractors may choose to install cheaper materials in order to give themselves a higher profit margin. You want each estimate from a contractor to be a line item estimate so that you can see everything that you are paying for. When looking at different estimates, make sure that the building materials match up before you compare the hourly rates of the Pittsburgh PA bathroom or kitchen specialists.
If you are looking to remodel your kitchen or bathroom in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania, you have a lot of options to choose from. Just do a Google search of “Pittsburgh Contractors” or “Pittsburgh PA Bathroom” and you’ll see over a hundred results. When deciding who to hire, it’s always best to get quotes from several contractors you like and then make a choice. Keep in mind, however, that you often get what you pay for. If you hire a Pittsburgh bathroom renovator for cheap, it’s likely that the work they do will be of sub-par quality. This doesn’t mean, however, that a Pittsburgh home renovation specialist cannot be affordable and of high quality. To find this kind of contractor in Pittsburgh you’re going to want to check out the reviews of the service on sites such as Google Places or Yelp.com. You’re also going to want to ask the contractor for some references that you can contact because many companies post their own “reviews” online in order to give themselves a favorable appearance.
If you are looking for a bathroom, kitchen, basement, or any other type of home improvement project renovation, you’re likely to hire a contractor within the Pittsburgh area. Whenever you get quotes from different contractors, compare on an apples to apples basis. In other words, differentiate each contractor on the basis of their experience, quality, gut feel, and hourly rate, rather than the building materials that they use. Pittsburgh contractors may come from different neighborhoods: Greenfield, Oakland, East Liberty, Squirrel Hill, Lawrenceville, etc. But they all get their building supplies from the same Home Depot or Lowe’s that you yourself go to.
Some people in the Pittsburgh area assume that the contractor has a pre-determined list of materials that is untouchable. Fact is, the choice is up to you. Give your contractor a list of the things you want in your bathroom renovation so that they can go to the Waterfront Lowe’s, or the East Liberty Home Depot, and get it themselves.
Here are some ways you can save on building materials and add as much value to your renovation…
Choose a humble vanity. In fact, if you go on eBay, you’ll find plenty of contemporary looking vanities that will add some flair and style for less than half the price of a vanity that you can get at Lowe’s or Home Depot in Pittsburgh. Simply buy the vanity yourself and have the Pittsburgh contractor or plumber your hired, install it.
Get durable, but not expensive, floor tiles. Your floor doesn’t have to have granite tiles with fancy looking designs. However, at all costs, do not put anything that resembles a rug or a carpet in your bathroom. You’ll get a moldy/smelly bathroom, which none of your Pittsburgh house guests would appreciate.
Use painted walls rather than expensive tile. A bathroom, which has a well thought out color scheme can work just as well, if not better, than a bathroom that is completely tiled up.
The backyards of most houses are pretty depressing sites. A layer of grass, maybe some chairs, and not much else. Building a patio or deck that connects directly to a room in the back of the house is almost like adding another room to your residence. Your backyard is no longer your “back” yard, but a part of your house. A raised deck or patio can be constructed if your backyard is not level.
Why not just place some chairs on grass in your backyard instead of building an entire patio or deck in Pittsburgh? A construction of a deck or patio creates a uniform place that is orderly and not chaotic. It gives you a sense of peace and relaxation knowing that your deck is your deck.