Fairweather history is rooted in an appreciation of craftsmanship, therefore, we set the highest standards for ourselves. In fact, new employees frequently comment that our standards for quality are higher than any that they have previously experienced.
Our craftsmen are urged to always perform the work as if the house they are working on is their own. Fairweather does not subcontract framing or finish carpentry work because to do so would lessen our ability to consistently deliver the quality of work for which we have become known. Industry standards are a low bar in our company culture. The subcontractors that we utilize for mechanical and finish trades have been selected for their exemplary craftsmanship and their professionalism. Fairweather takes pride in introducing our clients directly to our craftsmen so that they may share in the enthusiasm that these people have for their trade.
In addition to our staff at the building site we also operate a 12,000 square feet shop where we prefabricate building components, millwork and cabinets. This allows us maximum control over the quality and value of our built work.
We are more than happy to offer you a tour of our completed projects so that you can see first hand the craftsmanship that we apply to each project.