Driveway & Paving Company in Los Angeles, CA
Hi! I design and build custom wood arbors, decks, fences, driveway and entry gates, garden pergolas, patio covers, tree houses and more for homeowners, executives and estates in the Los Angeles area. I work for one customer at a time, do all the work myself, and build everything at your home. With over eighteen years of woodworking experience, my specialties include building pretty, well built and affordable structures that compliment your home's architectural style, delivering lots of design options, using best quality construction materials and methods and being a worry-free contractor.
read moreWhen you are hiring someone to work on and around your home, you want to make sure you find someone you trust to not only do a good job, but respect your property and privacy. To help you learn more about me, I share insights about myself and my work philosophy, provide an overview of how I work, and post client testimonials. Check out my portfolios to get an idea of the styles and types of fences, decks, arbors, gates and tree houses I build. My articles give you lots of information and my specialties highlight what I excel at.
Los Angeles Wood Pergolas
read moreLooking for a beautiful, affordable wood arbor, dining pergola, patio cover, gazebo or garden trellis? I design and build custom wood arbors to reflect the architectural style of your home, whether you have a Spanish bungalow, Craftsman home, Mission style hacienda or Mediterranean villa. I focus on building structures that are not only beautiful, but excellent value for the money and built to last. The right craftsmanship, building techniques and materials make all the difference in whether your arbor or pergola will last 5, 10 or 15 years.
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