Jason’s design was spot-on, and the project cost exactly what he said it would, with no surprises. John, the construction foreman, and his helper, Gage, were polite, precise, and professional. All work occurred on or ahead of schedule, and I got an explanation every day of what had been done so far, a detailed plan for the following day, and a summary of what would happen on the days after.
Jason also connected me with a granite provider and reliable tile distributor. There are many decisions to be made when you undertake a project of this magnitude. Besides the tile and granite, there are fixtures (e.g. towel rack, faucets, shower head, etc.), lighting, cabinetry, etc., but Jason gave me a clear and detailed list, as well as advice on where to look for each item.
With any project this size, there will be some unexpected glitches. With me, it was the shower door. The original door delivered was not the right size, but the glass contractor admitted the mistake, took full responsibility, and reordered the door and rescheduled the installation in as timely a manner as I could have expected. There was some other minor details to attend do after the majority of the work was done, but John took care of all of those in less than half a day.
Responsibility, professionalism, quality, and reliability – that sums up Avery Construction. Yes, it’s going to be more expensive to use Jason than his competitors, but I have learned as a homeowner, the hard way sometimes, that you get what you pay for. Pay for Jason & team. They are worth it.