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The management of Level 4 has over 40 years of combined experience in the carpentry field. We are a company with the drive, vision, and the ability to handle your needs; from design and permitting to final inspection. Our mission and standard, to "deliver the next level of excellence” is the same whether the job is large or small. We look forward to working with you!
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We were in need of an additional bathroom. We hired Level 4 to do the work. They took an unused closet and a portion of the laundry room and made the area into a beautiful bathroom. Their workmanship in framing, tiling, installing fixtures, cabinets and hardware was the best, as well as the choice of sub-contractors who assisted. Level 4 completed the project as promised and Level 4 would be the first to contact if I needed further work done. I would highly recommend them for their knowledge of what needs to be done and the manner they complete the job, as well as their honesty and work ethic.Pat ThoenEnglewood, FL.
My experience with Level 4 LLC construction was absolutely amazing. I knew that when I asked Troy and Level 4 to give me an estimate to convert my lanai into a family room, I would be able to trust Troy. Not only did he do the job he was hired for, but exceeded my expectations. Troy and his brother completed the job in the time they said it would take within a day or two. The quality of workmanship was superb. I highly recommend them for their creative ideas and vast knowledge in home improvement. I would hire Level 4 for another job in the future. Thank YouPeter J. SiracuseVenice, FL.
Troy gave us a free estimate. He reviewed with us all the options and never tried to ups sale the product. he was timely, efficient, reasonable and professional. We are glad we found such a great handyman!Kathryn MaggioEnglewood, FL
Troy visited and provided an estimate for the work to be done, which was used as the final cost when the job was completed. He also provided a materials estimate, and suggested stores with competitive prices for the materials. Troy and his partner Lane are very professional and provide high quality work; they are also very pleasant to deal with and personable. Troy kindly explained problems or other issues when encountered and generally offered solutions to resolve them. He is also very connected with people of other trades and various stores; he knows where to find the proper materials, supplies, or other contractors such as the painter to complete the work. Overall he and his partner did an excellent job; I would use their services again when needed and would recommend them to my friends.Tony NaamanSarasota, FL
I am very happy with their work and professionalism. I will be using them in the future. I am an interior designer.Ron WheelerPinecraft, FL
We had the work done on our vacation home in Florida. Not being present during the work made us apprehensive. This contractor was understanding and very easy to work with.Richard BobbyChesterton, IN
Level 4 LLC carries Two million dollars in Liability Insurance through Cypress Property and Casualty.
Contractors can request a copy of Declaration page with Contractors being named as “Additionally Insured”.
A material removal process that cuts raw stock materials, which can create a variety of features on the stock by cutting away the unwanted material. The milling process requires a milling machine, workpiece, fixture, and cutter.MillingSee all Carpentry Terminology
The raw materials used to produce finished “Mill work or “Trim”. Stock materials can come from a variety of different sources; Wood, Stone, manmade Composites, etc.Stock materialsSee all Carpentry Terminology
The finished result of milling. Historically any woodmill-produced building construction interior-finish, exterior-finish, or decorative components. Mill work has become a general term used to refer to all types of milled materials regardless of source stock; i.e. – wood, stone, etc. Mill work from wood can still be called “Wood work” or “Trim”.MillworkSee all Carpentry Terminology
The “mill” of something refers to the dimension of the milling, usually how thick a profile is. Because mill work is produced in Lot runs, each time a profile shaper is set up there can, and usually is, small differences in thickness or profile dimension. This is why it is important to make sure you have enough or even more of what you are using to make sure the finish is as exact as possible.MillSee all Carpentry Terminology
The features that are cut or shaped into the stack materials through the process of milling.ProfileSee all Carpentry Terminology
The last step in the carpentry process. It most commonly involves the installation of finish woods and trim made of plastic or molded polyurethane. Finish carpenters perform tasks such as installing crown molding, baseboards, windows, stairs and other features of a building that requires aesthetic appeal.Finish CarpentrySee all Carpentry Terminology