Mission statement

 We really care about our Quality & Service. It's really not a slogan with us. Anybody can nail a shingle or slop a paint brush. Money is not always the final be all, end all. Its gotta be about leaving a legacy of integrity and service. Your work on a building can wither over time and wear out, everything ages and decays but if your lucky enough to understand what really matters in life, personal attention to people is what makes all the difference in the world.

You only get one shot to make a first impression. This is why we have so much referral business. Meeting new people and getting to know them. Knowing that they will be happy with our work is a given. When you have done this type of work all of your life and have the skill and eyes necessary to see what needs to be done, making them happy and satisfied with the final outcome is the icing on the cake. Really it's about making new friends and leaving something better than when you found it. I have been in the construction trades my whole life. Now, at almost 60 yrs of age I have pretty much seen all you can see and done pretty much done just as much, God has been so good to me and my family and has really blessed the work of our hands and honored our faith in Him. Our business is named after The King and we do not mean Elvis...lol beyond the business, I am a father of 2 fantastic sons, Philip & Anthony, A husband of 33 yrs to my beloved Cindy and grandfather to Junie, Mikey & Olivia and Father in Law to Sarah. I love my family and try to treat my clients with the same respect and care. I'm also a published author, a successful musician and ordained minister. 

Tony Larussa - Owner

FAQs

  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Nothing complicated here. We know the market and are priced in it accordingly. We are not a contractor that will over price your job. Many will over price a job because they don't really want to do it or they are unsure that they can do it right so they will (pad) the job to cover themselves.

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    Just give us a call for a free estimate. We will do our best to meet your needs and answer any questions you may have. We will also recommend any additional insights that we think you may need

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    A literal lifetime of hands on experience in just about every aspect of remodeling and renovation. 50 + yrs.

  • How did you get started doing this type of work?

    Dad was a contractor for 30 yrs. Ain't nuttin like being his 5 yr. old gopher :) Been around it and doin it all my life. Not a lot I haven't seen or done. Kinda like that old saying. "If it aint broke, don't fix it"

  • What types of projects do you work on?

    Complete reroofs. We do a lot of insurance claims. We use the same software the insurance companies use so our pricing is exactly what should and is paid on a loss. We also do a lot of patio covers and window replacements. These services beautify the exterior of the home, provide a maintenance free functionality to the home and provide energy star efficiency on the utility bill

  • Describe a project you are fond of. How long did it take?

    Our client was a retired American Airlines supervisor that worked the mechanics. Needless to say, this was a very important job attentive to details. I knew when bidding the job that this was the kind of man I would be dealing with, a very straight, no nonsense kinda guy who wanted it done right the first time and was intent on his contractor living up to his word. It was a complete removal and re-deck that involved the vinyl siding tied in to the roof. Well... he could not have been more happier with our job and how he was taken care of. He and his wife went out to dinner with us! We gained more than a satisfied customer, we made new friends that we socialize with to this very day :) btw. job took 2 days 

  • What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?

    The best thing you can do is your homework. Check out the companies references, go by and look at their work, check their credit ratings with their material suppliers, are they insured? How long has their crew or contractors worked for them? Is the ownership of the company involved in every aspect of the project from a supervisory standpoint and better yet, are they hands on? Research.. research... research... and don't forget to check their BBB record

  • What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?

    After vetting your potential contractor, consider how much longer you plan to remain in your home, ask yourself if you are over investing in your property and possibly consider having a realtor supply you with a comp of your area and be sure that what you want to do adds value to the home. Many times we have talked our clients out of a project only to have them sell their home and find a build with the items they wanted in another home for a lesser cost. It rarely happens but it has in the past. Value and quality are important when considering a revovation for sure.

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Tony & Cindy Larussa