Who is J. Edward Renovations? 
While there are a number of home improvement contractors out there, J. Edward Renovations stands out from the pack with top-notch, personalized service. I operate on a philosophy of listening to you, the customer. My team and I will not bombard you with high-pressure salesman gimmickry. 
 
Your home is one of your most important assets. It’s your place of sanctuary. I know this, and am aware that giving your home a makeover — big or small — can be stressful and overwhelming. My team and I are here to help alleviate such feelings. We love what we do, and it shows through our light-hearted, cordial interactions with our customers. 
 
As the owner of J. Edward Renovations, I bring to the table a wealth of experience and certifications, spanning a decade-and-a-half, to this business. With my crew factored into the equation, we all bring more than 50 years of experience.  
 
My team and I also have strong working relationships with a number of different vendors and wholesalers. We regularly attend conventions and participate in product demonstrations so we stay on top of the latest and greatest trends and innovations.  
 
From our years in this trade, we can safely say we’ve seen it all. No problem or challenge is too big for us. 
 
As for me, from a young age, I knew I wanted to work in the construction and renovation industry. In high school, I took a heavy load of courses in woodworking and construction sciences. I also honed my craft by watching episodes of “This Old House” on Saturday mornings.  
 
In the late 1990s, I began working with local companies before eventually starting my own business in the early 2000s. I originally focused on roofing. But as time went on, my business evolved. Today, J. Edward Renovations offers a full spectrum of services. 
 
Feel free to contact us so we can begin the process of giving your home the makeover of YOUR dreams. 
 
--John Petery, 
Owner of J. Edward Renovations, LLC 

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