“My first point of contact during this exercise was with a company call GreenWerks. You can check them out at greenwerkspro.com. GreenWerks is a general purpose commercial and residential contractor specializing in eco-friendly projects. I was immediately impressed when the proprietor, Chris Campbell, came to the office and walked through some low-impact ways we could accomplish our project. He explained what we could recycle, what would be difficult to recycle and how we could do what we needed to do with low-impact to our resources — both in budget and in materials. And, how we could get it all done on time without disturbing regular work flow. He then supplied the materials and personnel to do it without a hitch. His two workers, Santana and Leo, made every effort to be considerate and thorough. There were no surprises and everything turned out right — the first time.”
Richard McGinnis- Mindful Metropolis Magazine
“My project manager Mark, was on-site everyday to ensure the project moved smoothly and ensured the quality was top notch. The team did a fantastic job, I am very happy with the results.”
Shannon M. from Roscoe Village
“GreenWerks was able to step in and finish the project with tight deadlines. They made sure the project was completed on the deadline and stayed within the budget. My project manager Mark “over communicated” to make sure that I was always in the loop as the project progressed, he was always easily accessible via his cell phone and email.”
Ron E. from Homewood, IL.
“Mark was flexible with preliminary meetings. Stayed late to make sure job was finished on time. Offered visit after job was finished to ‘touch up” areas. Friendly. Easily available via cellphone. Responsive. Great use of technology to get the quote via e-mail and the ability to pay by credit card online. Friendly, courteous, responsive.”
James M. from Ravenswood.
“The construction process is never easy. They helped us change our conventional construction, and now we are enjoying the savings benefits. Green construction is the way of the future.”
Tom from Chicago, IL