M. Bass, Encinitas, CA

Once in a great while our paths cross with an exceptional person and company. AIPRemodeling is one of them. Tyler Owen, the owner, is a professional in every sense. In addition to being a stellar contractor, he also has a deeply creative design ability. He is meticulous in both his and the work of his team. Tyler not only understands all the specific needs of someone in a wheelchair, but also understands the desire to create a beautiful home. He combines both seamlessly. From minute one, Tyler listened intently to what we wanted and then was able to add ideas that we never imagined. He respected our views and told us what would work. He carefully created designs, arranged many meetings to discuss and alter plans, was very transparent about every aspect of the job and worked patiently and endlessly with us from start to finish. Tyler does not cut corners, he produces a very high quality product. He offered his ideas and opinions as we went along. Also Tyler is a humble master craftsman himself and builds beautiful custom woodwork himself. Tyler is also meticulous and very fair in his bids and contracts. Whenever there was the inevitable addition/change that was not already in the budget, Tyler let us know immediately what the additional cost would be and executed a change order. No surprises or unknowns (the biggest blessing when working with a contractor). He is very generous in every way. Tyler has a team of employees who are very talented and competent in their craft, extremely kind and respectful at all times and always welcomed our presence and comments. Everything was neat and clean at the end of each day. Both my husband and I have only the most positive feelings about choosing and working with Tyler and his entire company. Everyday when we walked into the house, we appreciated the beautiful high quality work in our home. The entire process was a pleasure. Highly highly recommend.

Description of work:

Total wheelchair accessible renovation of our home including bathrooms, kitchen, revising the floor plan, walls down, widening hallways and doorways, creating accessible patios, windows and doors, drywall, painting, inside and out, basically turning our 30 yr. old home into a brand new house.