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As a general contractor serving the Bay Area, ours is a start-to-finish approach. We specialize in residential construction projects — from whole-house remodels and kitchen restorations to bathroom renovations and room additions.
It’s primarily about listening and accountability:
• Maintaining an organized job site and employing a hardworking team
• Creating a practical building plan and then following through
• Delivering satisfaction: Our job is done when you are satisfied with the work
• Listening to your needs and determining the best way to go about achieving them
We concentrate on the details—large and small. We focus on the big picture, creating a kitchen, bath, or room addition that reflects our standards of high quality, but each small step, every decision and detail, is always on our mind. As a licensed general contracting company serving San Francisco, we collaborate with architects, interior designers, structural engineers and other building professionals who share our commitment to excellence.

We implement strict guidelines regarding where the crews can go outside of the regular jobsite. For example, we’ll consult with you ahead of time about available bathrooms and where they’re located. I’ve been working in people’s houses for more than 30 years, and I’ve never had a problem or complaint. But if something ever did happen—breakage, damage or something missing—we’d take full responsibility to compensate you and make it right.

Christopher Wells has been a licensed general building contractor since 1984. His California Contractor’s license is 442445.
A licensed contractor who is bonded and insured offers a higher level of service, safety and protection on the job so you can focus on what matter most: your home remodeling project.
It’s a certification to ensure safe practices if a contractor is doing construction repairs in your home. Practices such as sanding, cutting and demolition can create hazardous lead dust and chips, which can be harmful to adults and children.