As a 2nd generation carpenter I grew up on jobsites, learning all aspects of the building process. Being on the many large commercial jobsites that my father was in charge of, I learned a lot from a very early age. I officially started my career in carpentry in the spring of 1993. A few years later I joined the Carpenters Union Apprenticeship Program, graduating as a Journeyman in 1999. I continued to gain experience working for a well known and highly respected luxury home builder based in Ladue, where I worked for several years. They had decades of experience and the finest craftsman I have ever seen. As you can imagine, experience doesn't mean anything if it's not well rooted, so the years spent there were highly valued by me. Most of my experience comes from working on homes, ranging from 10,000 - 30,000 sq.feet. Since 2002 I began working as a project manager, running many multi-million dollar residential and commercial projects since. With that and the start of 2011 I started Byers Contracting…
I've never advertised and I never will. The best form of advertising is leaving the customer happy with the project and excited to refer me. Over the years I have seen the many mistakes contractors make, whether it's from lack of knowledge, training or experience. There are many contractors out there that can make a job look good when they walk away, but it's the details that you don't see, when not done right that matter greatly down the road. That is when "Call Backs" pop up and the contractor is long gone. Just because there are "codes", "industry standards" or an engineer specs out certain standards, that doesn't mean that is the cap of quality. Sometimes you need to go further than that.
Each job I look at I explain thoroughly the pros and cons, what options the customer has and what my approach to that specific job would be so that it lasts.
"I never worry during the remodeling projects because I know that Jared will take care of everything and do it right, so the process is as stress-free as construction can be! " Judy Navarre Home Owner