We are a one-of-a-kind home building and remodeling company. We specialize in providing customized, one-on-one management and building services and solutions to our clients.
Our philosophy is simple, and it's what sets us apart: We put the best interests of our clients first. After all, your home should be a place you love to be. Our 27 years of experience in the building trades, along with our roster of skilled craftsmen, provide our clients with an exceptional, quality-driven building experience.
Our commitment to top-notch workmanship, financial management and strong client relationships are what we are built on.
Quaker Road's owner, Bruce Woolf, knows that when it comes to constructing and renovating homes, building strong relationships is just as important as building beautiful homes. And in his 27 years of experience, Bruce has created those relationships-with his employees, vendors, subcontractors, and above all, his clients. Over the years, Bruce has cultivated a full-time staff of finely skilled craftsmen and a short list of handpicked subcontractors and local suppliers. It is these relationships that drive people to trust their most valuable asset-their home-to Quaker Road Associates.
Quaker Road Associates is committed to customizing projects to each discerning customer's needs. Step by step, we counsel our clients through seemingly endless decisions, resulting in a sound, individualized plan that meets their objectives. It is this unique approach that differentiates Quaker Road from its competitors. Personal referrals are Quaker Road's biggest source of new business, and that really says it all.
We are proud to announce that Quaker Road Associates has been awarded USHOA Verified status after participating in its verification process. U.S. Homeowners Association verified our licenses and insurances, and interviewed QRA Customers in a thorough review process. You can read our reviews and see our detailed listing by clicking on the USHOA Verified Contractor seal at right.
Quaker Road Associates to appear on NBC-TV show, "George to the Rescue" on October 16 at 10:00 a.m.
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