“It was important to me that the character of the 100-year-old farmhouse remain intact. As one can imagine, working with an old out-of-plumb house does present unique problems. In every instance, Andy’s creativity and artistic sense enabled him to suggest a solution that worked beautifully with the rest of the space. In addition, everything that Andy suggested also kept in mind that I wanted to be able to continue to live here as I grew older.
What remains with me, even today, was the delight of working with a man like Andy. He arrived at the house every morning at 8 AM to discuss the day’s plans. He was willing to listen to my ideas and together we were able to come up with solutions that pleased us both. If he was going to be late, he never failed to call. The subcontractors that he brought in were equally reliable and talented. Everyone worked well as a team no matter who was there on a particular day.
Andy’s comfortable, easy-style fosters the feeling of family. I would not hesitate to recommend Andy and Sharp Estates Construction to anyone who’s looking for the very best.” ~ Sabin, Gig Harbor
"In a series of about four steps we have utilized Andy Sharp of Sharp Estates Construction in remodeling our home. The process has transformed a rather mediocre house into one with unique charm and quality features. Projects have included new flooring, skylight additions, kitchen cabinets, counter tops, kitchen & bath fixtures, lighting, doors, bay window, fireplace, hearth, and a large deck addition.
Andy has an excellent combination of skills and artistic talent. When special skills or trades are needed, he always seems to know the right people to tap. We have yet to meet anyone who works for him who was not knowledgeable and enthusiastic about their trade or product.
Remodeling by its nature is an inconvenient process until completed, yet Andy has always made it as painless as I could ever expect. Finding a contractor who sticks well to his stated schedule, this man is hard to beat. We would be happy to show anyone examples of his work in our home.” ~ Gerry & Ruthie, Gig Harbor