Back around the start of the twentieth century, many new homes were built. Thousands of those homes still exist today. As time went on, many of those homes (and many others) reached the age where they required remodeling work.
To answer this need, American Express Construction Company began operations in 1986. Since then, we’ve improved thousands upon thousands of homes in a variety of ways, but always with the same goal in mind: to do the best possible job.
WHY AMERICAN EXPRESS CONSTRUCTION CO? When you undertake a home improvement project, there are dozens of decisions to be made: styles, colors, finishes and so on. The most important decision, however, is the first one: choosing the right contractor.
The company you choose will be permanently altering your most important (and expensive) possession: your home. Remodeling is one decision that requires you to look beyond the lowest price and consider the reputation and reliability of the company providing the services.
Each week, we at American Express Construction Co. receive several calls from people who hired a contractor who offered a low price. The contractor then either did a substandard job or began the work and never completed it. Not only did the low price not save the customer any money, they are now in the position of paying twice to have the same work done (if they can find a contractor who will accept such a project). Unfortunately, there are many such contractors who have given the remodeling industry a bad reputation through both substandard work and high-pressure sales tactics.
That’s why we at American Express Construction Co. believe it’s so very important to choose a reputable contractor. When you choose American Express Construction Co., you’re choosing the famous name in the San Fernando Valley building for more than 19 years. We’re licensed, bonded and insured to make your remodeling experience worry-free.
Obviously, we hope you’ll choose American Express Construction Company for your home improvement and remodeling needs. But whatever your decision, be sure to choose a reputable contractor who is licensed and insured. Your home is no place to cut corners.