I have a family like many. I worked in the non-profit sector for several years building affordable housing. I built over 65 homes for low-income families and I was under budget on all of the homes I managed from start to finish. I therefore understand construction costs. I also understand the market. My wife is a licensed realtor and building affordable housing is more challenging that ever, but it can be done.
I stay up to date with the best technologies that can save on costs, both construction costs and costs in utilities. Builders too often save on construction costs only to increase utility or maintenance costs down the road. Please contact me to find out about the newest and best technologies in construction, or follow my on Facebook under Kelsch Construction to learn more. You can also subscribe to the blog on this site. I am constantly using new technologies, especially proven technologies.
Experience in the Trades
A lot of general contractors have limited experience in the trades. Here is my experience in the following trades.
Concrete, Two Years with Joe Stamps Concrete (Nevada). Framing, Three Years, Cedar Crest Enterprises (Utah). Electrician, One Year, ACDC Electric (Utah). Roofing, Five Years, Better Roofing (Utah). Landscaping Three Years Sandstone Farms (California). Excavation, Three Years, Pro-service Excavation (Utah).
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General contractor for ten years with over 25 years in the trades.
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