We had Nailer Construction build us a 12x20 deck in June of 2007. This was our first major construction project on our new home and we had a lot of questions. We had several contractors come to our home to bid the work and discuss exactly what we wanted. After the fifth contractor come out a friend referred us to Chris Smith the owner of Nailer Construction. He was the only contractor who was willing to take the time to sit down and explain step by step the work to be preformed. We settled on a price and the work began. Upon completion we were blown away. Nailer Construction really went above and beyond what we had expected. Even the city inspector commented on how well our deck was built. At the beginning of July we decided to build a small addition on the back of our home needless to say we had no clue where to start. We knew we wanted Chris to do the framing so we called him first. He referred us to several other contractors and walked us through the permit process. Once again we were BLOWN AWAY. Chris really went out of his way for us. We could not be happier. Chris is a very talented framer with a vast knowledge of the construction industry as a whole. He cares about quality more than anything and it shows.
6651 N. Oak Traffic Way, Ste 13Kansas City, MO 64118
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Okay, here is a contractor who actually shows up on time and ready to work. I am an experienced homeowner and I have had my share of contractors who take Friday off to fish if its nice weather so the experience I have had with RocMan is refreshing! This guy and his crew were at my home early/on time every day for two weeks on a complete living room and master bedroom gut. They took care not to harm my furniture that probably should have been moved to a pod but they made it work to help me save money. His prices were fair. My two other bids were $300 to $700 more and the guys that showed up to say the least were a bit iffy. I was not really sure I wanted to leave my home open to them. The men were polite and they did exactly what they agreed to and a little extra here and there for the same money. I could not have had a better remodel experience! Thank you RocMan!!!
Bad area, good employees. I once saw a sweet clerk walking around a blind women. Arm and arm, helping with a worn shopping list. Filling the basket as they strolled. The little old lady smiled on, arm and arm. A man told me she was a regular customer:) I've been harassed out side, barked out, sworn on for saying nothing to rif-raff. For ignoring ignorance? But I always felt safe stepping n those doors! No better welcome, no matter the day. Everyone smiled there. Don't let those smiles fade to frowns in a city so sad! We need more people like the Apple Market Staff, more smiles! what ever happened to consideration? Justification? Empowerment and motivation? Core values adopted by Candy, Teresa, Linda, My Leaky:) Skip, John, Benny:), my favorite little Mexican and my husband. When one door closes another one opens! May you have a hall of open ones!