How We Work

Clarity and Communication

At John Ford Construction, we know that tackling any construction project can be confusing and stressful. No doubt you are considering multiple contractors, and hearing promises and guarantees from each and every one. Our goal is to take the stress out of the project, and help you to enjoy the process and the final product. We do this by taking an old-fashioned approach: being open and honest with the customer, treating people with respect, listening to thoughts and ideas, and working hard.

It’s our commitment to you that quality-control happens on a daily basis, and that we’ll keep you informed and updated as often as you’d like. From the start of your project to the finish we guarantee you will receive personalized attention.

Our Commit to Quality

QualityAt John Ford Construction, we are committed to getting the job done well and done right. Our process emphasizes the importance of communication, ensuring that both contractor and customer are actively involved in every decision made from start to finish. We have an excellent crew that is courteous, professional and runs a safe and tidy work site.

We use the highest quality materials and can give you the best possible product for your budget.

Our Process

Our ProcessAt John Ford Construction, we employ a four-stage process to ensure that we surpass your expectations from start to finish.

One of our many distinct advantages is that – while our approach is based on open and honest communication – we don’t needlessly prolong the project. We’ve found that customers appreciate regular project updates, but that they also appreciate a project that moves forward quickly and efficiently.

  1. In-Home Consultation, Estimate and Design Overview – This is the first stage in the process, and perhaps the most important. Your first and only point of contact will always be John Ford, owner and master carpenter of John Ford Construction, and this initial meeting will allow you to express your thoughts and ideas, as well as your areas of concern. The meeting will end with you having heard our best recommendations, and having a reliable estimate in your hands.
  2. Design Review and Modifications – Here, we spend time reviewing the project design with you, taking time to hear your thoughts and ideas. Also, we again review the timeline for the project.
  3. Materials Procurement, Construction and Ongoing Evaluation – This is the actual building stage, where we procure the necessary building materials and the hammers begin swinging. As with each stage, we’re sure to stay in contact with you to ensure that you’re comfortable and informed.
  4. Completed Project Review and Evaluation – As we near completion of the project, we conduct a “walk around” of the project with you, pointing out items or areas of interest. We’ll give you a specific “all done” date, and answer any questions you might have. And if you have concerns, we want to hear them.

Get in Touch

For more information about John Ford Construction – or for a list of references – please contact us at 651-308-3599 or