Yorklyn Construction Co., Inc.

★★★★★
  • 1733 Whiteford Road

    York, PA 17402

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  • 717-755-9555

About Yorklyn Construction Co., Inc.

Categories
  • Construction Consultants
  • Carpentry
  • General Contractors
  • Home Remodeling Contractors
  • Basement Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling Contractors
  • Kitchen Remodeling Contractors
  • Glaziers
Details
  • Basement Remodeling
  • Bathroom Remodeling Contractors
  • Kitchen Remodeling Contractors
  • Window Replacement
  • Window Repair
Hours
M-F 7:30am-3:30pm, Sa-Su Closed (Evenings and weekends by appointment.)
Emails
  • yorklyn@yorklynconstruction.com
Payment Options
  • Discover
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  • Cash

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    Yorklyn Construction Co. York PA.

    Summary:

    May 2010 my house was damaged by hail. October 2010 I started to look for a company to make the repairs. On December 29th and 30th Yorklyn Construction Company Inc., replaced the roof, siding and everything in between. I am very happy that I choose Yorklyn Construction Company Inc. I feel that I received quality material, installed by quality people at a reasonable price.

    Detail:

    First I would like to acknowledge that before this I had no prior knowledge of Yorklyn Construction Co. or any of the people who works there. I also must say that I know that I am a very picky / particular person and I know that Donald Carr (President of Yorklyn) will smile that little smile of his when he reads this.

    I started by looking in the Yellow Book selecting 6 or 7 firms. My preference was to find one that had a local office so that if I needed too, I could camp on their door steps. Next I would show up out of the blue at their office too see what their organization was like. At most, as soon as I walked through the door they were on me like stink on a skunk asking personal information doing the hard sale. When I entered Yorklyn that did not happen, I walked around looking at displays when I had a question I walked over to a counter and a lady (now known too me as Patty (office manager)) promptly appeared and started to answer them. As I told her what I wanted she gave the brochures I would need to review and explained each to me. One of which was very beneficial in helping me find the product I needed to do what I wanted to do. Next I had Donald Carr (I call him Don now) and the others contractors come to our house to go over the insurance estimate and see the house. I gave each a copy of the insurance estimate. Out of that some just said that they would do if for the amount on the estimate but would not put anything on paper. Others were not experienced or even heard of the insulated vinyl siding I decided I wanted to put on. Don submitted his estimate which I then rewrote in another format with the detail I wanted, and then submitted that to my two top choices. The other company lost favor when they were huffy about me asking question like what if I went with this choice or changed to that, saying they would not keep rewriting the estimate (even though they only wrote one). Don on the other hand keep working with me giving me rough ideas as to what the changes I talked about would cost and we ended up with the estimate I wanted with the detail of the material to be used. At that point it was a no brainier and I signed with Yorklyn.

    This is to show why you should be there when the work is being done. As they were starting to put up siding I noticed that they were putting ??J? channel (track to stick siding into) up next to the windows. I ask if they needed to do that when the windows were to be boxed in, that??s where 2 in wood topped with flashing is put around the window to add to its appearance, they replied that their work order from the contract did not have that. So I got a copy of my contract and even though Don and I had talked extensively about it, it in fact did not make it onto the final contract that I signed. I had missed it, so I was sweating bullets thinking what a blunder I had made but they called Don and he said yes it was suppose to have been in the contract, so they then called their dispatcher and had the additional material delivered and the windows were boxed, problem solved.

    Through all of this, all the people working there were always very polite, very industrious and even though I am hard of hearing I could easily understand everyone.

    Some other things I really like about Yorklyn and Don, before the install, Don called to keep me informed as to what was going on and during the renovating its self, Don stopped by once or twice each day to check with me to see how it was going and to work through any problems or questions. Finally the cooperation did not stop when they had the check in their pockets. Week or so after they were done I stopped in to return siding samples and had voiced a concern (minor one) I had with Patty, later when I stopped in again to see Patty for copies of all the material guarantees, Don and the subcontractor who did the work were there and said they had some solutions to run past me. Last note: after I had signed, a neighbor asked me who he should look at and I told him to contact Yorklyn. He did and he too signed and even though he was not eyes on during the work like I was, he told me that he too was happy with the service and the work they did.

    I hope this helps you in your selection.

    Larry Aiken

    5
    ★★★★★

    Yorklyn Construction Co. York PA.

    Summary:

    May 2010 my house was damaged by hail. October 2010 I started to look for a company to make the repairs. On December 29th and 30th Yorklyn Construction Company Inc., replaced the roof, siding and everything in between. I am very happy that I choose Yorklyn Construction Company Inc. I feel that I received quality material, installed by quality people at a reasonable price.

    Detail:

    First I would like to acknowledge that before this I had no prior knowledge of Yorklyn Construction Co. or any of the people who works there. I also must say that I know that I am a very picky / particular person and I know that Donald Carr (President of Yorklyn) will smile that little smile of his when he reads this.

    I started by looking in the Yellow Book selecting 6 or 7 firms. My preference was to find one that had a local office so that if I needed too, I could camp on their door steps. Next I would show up out of the blue at their office too see what their organization was like. At most, as soon as I walked through the door they were on me like stink on a skunk asking personal information doing the hard sale. When I entered Yorklyn that did not happen, I walked around looking at displays when I had a question I walked over to a counter and a lady (now known too me as Patty (office manager)) promptly appeared and started to answer them. As I told her what I wanted she gave the brochures I would need to review and explained each to me. One of which was very beneficial in helping me find the product I needed to do what I wanted to do. Next I had Donald Carr (I call him Don now) and the others contractors come to our house to go over the insurance estimate and see the house. I gave each a copy of the insurance estimate. Out of that some just said that they would do if for the amount on the estimate but would not put anything on paper. Others were not experienced or even heard of the insulated vinyl siding I decided I wanted to put on. Don submitted his estimate which I then rewrote in another format with the detail I wanted, and then submitted that to my two top choices. The other company lost favor when they were huffy about me asking question like what if I went with this choice or changed to that, saying they would not keep rewriting the estimate (even though they only wrote one). Don on the other hand keep working with me giving me rough ideas as to what the changes I talked about would cost and we ended up with the estimate I wanted with the detail of the material to be used. At that point it was a no brainier and I signed with Yorklyn.

    This is to show why you should be there when the work is being done. As they were starting to put up siding I noticed that they were putting ??J? channel (track to stick siding into) up next to the windows. I ask if they needed to do that when the windows were to be boxed in, that??s where 2 in wood topped with flashing is put around the window to add to its appearance, they replied that their work order from the contract did not have that. So I got a copy of my contract and even though Don and I had talked extensively about it, it in fact did not make it onto the final contract that I signed. I had missed it, so I was sweating bullets thinking what a blunder I had made but they called Don and he said yes it was suppose to have been in the contract, so they then called their dispatcher and had the additional material delivered and the windows were boxed, problem solved.

    Through all of this, all the people working there were always very polite, very industrious and even though I am hard of hearing I could easily understand everyone.

    Some other things I really like about Yorklyn and Don, before the install, Don called to keep me informed as to what was going on and during the renovating its self, Don stopped by once or twice each day to check with me to see how it was going and to work through any problems or questions. Finally the cooperation did not stop when they had the check in their pockets. Week or so after they were done I stopped in to return siding samples and had voiced a concern (minor one) I had with Patty, later when I stopped in again to see Patty for copies of all the material guarantees, Don and the subcontractor who did the work were there and said they had some solutions to run past me. Last note: after I had signed, a neighbor asked me who he should look at and I told him to contact Yorklyn. He did and he too signed and even though he was not eyes on during the work like I was, he told me that he too was happy with the service and the work they did.

    I hope this helps you in your selection.

    Larry Aiken

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    Windows were replaced in my parents 40 year old ranch home. Workers were prompt, friendly, and professional. All of our neighbors were impressed. Nick was a great installer! We are so pleased.

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    Windows were replaced in my parents 40 year old ranch home. Workers were prompt, friendly, and professional. All of our neighbors were impressed. Nick was a great installer! We are so pleased.

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    Message from Yorklyn Construction Co., Inc.

    In reference to any complaint against Yorklyn Construction which can not be satisfactorily resolved, either the Better Business Bureau or the Attorney General's Office is used as an arbitrator. To date any and all concerns have been resolved. Furthermore, any structural alterations to a building such as room additions, decks, creating new entranceways, etc. must be inspected and approved to code by local township inspectors.

    To date, all work completed by Yorklyn Construction has been approved.

    I would encourage prospective customers to check with the Better Business Bureau, the Attorney General's Office, or the local township office to see that Yorklyn Construction has been a reputable business in the community for close to 40 years. We would be more than happy to give references within your local neighborhood.

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