Very Professional Service!

We requested a quote from AmerTex to build a large Pergola (14’x 28’x 10’) to cover our back patio. Steve and Mike came over and took all the necessary measurements and spent the time asking us exactly what we wanted, how we wanted it to look and then made some very good observations/recommendations based on their past experiences. This is what made working with them such a wonderful experience. Many of the suggestions that they made were things that had not even crossed our minds and made the final product look so much better. Both Steve and Mike made visits while the team was building the pergola to insure that our expectations were being met and that we did not have any worries or concerns. They completed the entire project (including electrical) in just a few solid days of work and when we were conducting the final project walk through, Mike and Steve asked us about any other projects we may need to be done. As luck would have it, we were also needing to have our 15 year old kitchen updated. They promptly gave us a quote for the necessary upgrades, again gave us some solid recommendations and started working on phase 2 that very next day and had it completed in no time. We have heard nothing but compliments from our family, neighbors and friends on both projects, and had no problems with our HOA when constructing the project.

The Amertex workforce were very polite and respectful of my family’s schedules and spent the time to explain what they were doing to my very inquisitive sons. My boys loved talking to them, watching them build the project, and then giving me the run down when I got back from work. At no time did we feel that they could not be trusted when we would have to leave to drop off/pick up my sons from school or run an errand. They worked very hard and upon completion of the project, cleaned up the work area to the point that you could not tell they had been working there in the first place. I will not hesitate to call AmerTex when starting phase 3… bathroom upgrades in the future.

November 12, 2015 by “Scott Eberhardt”