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Since its foundation as a Los Angeles general contractor, A to Z Construction has completed countless building, construction, remodeling and renovation projects throughout Los Angeles, Orange and Ventura Counties, ranging from room additions, kitchen and bath remodeling to all types of exterior and interior jobs. Our work has been featured in numerous media outlets.

Regardless of scope, A to Z Construction approaches each project with a foundation of strong design aesthetics, comprehensive product options, sound project management, and a commitment to craftsmanship.


DESIGN AESTHETICS:

Because of its focus on Room Additions and Complete Renovations over the past years, A to Z Construction possesses a keen understanding of the architecture and style of all aspects of homes.


PRODUCT OPTIONS:

A to Z Construction is one of Los Angeles Metro rare single-source for design, remodeling and product resources


PROJECT MANAGEMENT:

At A to Z Construction, our pride in project management equals the pride we take in the quality and creativity of our design work. One of the distinctions of our project management is our implementation of progress billing, in which – after an initial labor deposit – you pay for our services only as they’re completed, rather than weeks or months before they’ve even begun.


CRAFTSMANSHIP:

Our carpenters have all of the experience and expertise you could hope for, but are far more than technically proficient: our carpenters are true craftsmen, who bring a well-honed design sensibility to each and every project, regardless of scope.

VALUE:

Our rates are highly competitive. A to Z Construction relies on tight project controls and customer satisfaction that delivers referrals and references without having to invest in expensive advertising solutions. With us, you are dealing with a Professional and not a salesman or middle man. All work is done by our in-house crews. We look forward to establishing a relationship for current and further remodeling and construction projects.

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