Willowtree Construction Company

Demolition
200 Lakeland Cres Richmond Hill ON L4E 3A3
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William
William
2 reviews Toronto, ON
10/10

Covered Porch and Cellar

My wife and I decided to finally make a new covered porch at the front of our house. The one we had was tiny and not very functional. We wanted a bigger one, with the bonus of a new cellar underneath. The job also included tearing down a wall that separated the existing cellar in the basement to make our kitchen area bigger.

We used the Get a Quote function on the HomeStars website to connect with a contractor for what we were looking for. Frank at Willowtree Construction Company quickly responded as being interested. After a lengthy review of the quotations and meeting with each contractor, we made the confident decision to work with Willowtree Construction Company. Frank was wonderful. We met a couple times and talked through the project. After receiving the City permit, Frank began the demo and construction. Everything went as planned, with only minor hiccups that were quickly solved. Frank is always one step ahead of the game. Every question I had, he answered and I was satisfied. The job was done professionally, and we could not be happier with the results. The end product was exactly what we had envisioned it to be. Frank and his crews were very professional, approachable and kept us updated with all of the work.

In the end, we got a beautiful new covered porch and a very positive experience. Big thanks to all of his teams. I’ll definitely recommend this company to my friends and family!

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Company Response

William it was an absolute pleasure working with you throughout the project . I really appreciated your understanding and patience as we went through the project step by step. You made a so easy to go through it and am glad to have met your expectations at the end.

Regards,
Frank