Maya Construction is celebrating the completion of their 400th remodeling project. This is a landmark achievement for the owner-run and managed company, which has continued to thrive even after the housing market plummeted in only its tenth year.
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) October 17, 2015
After nearly 20 years of serving Chicagoland homeowners, locally acclaimed contracting group Maya Construction is celebrating the completion of their 400th remodeling project. This is a landmark achievement for the owner-run and managed remodeling company in Chicago, which has continued to thrive even after the housing market plummeted in only its tenth year. When many expert remodeling contractors and craftsmen were out of work due to countless foreclosures and general asset depreciation, Maya stayed afloat due to their loyal customer base and competitive rates.
“After 400 [remodeling projects], I guess you could say we are finally getting the hang of it,” said Udi Yeger, co-owner and founder of Maya Construction Group. “But, really, every project is a unique challenge for us. When you are really trying to meet the client halfway and satisfy their expectations, you aren’t just going through the motions. You are creating something beautiful, something meaningful, and that’s never easy.”
In 2013, Maya Construction got a taste of fame when their work was featured on The Steve Harvey Show. In just four days, a two-man team from Maya was able to transform a completely stripped, unfinished basement in a decadent man-cave complete with a fireplace, wood paneling, and more. Although this brought their experience and industriousness to the public eye, if was far from their most challenging project.
Over the years, Maya has tackled everything from full condo remodels and commercial build-outs to home additions and bathroom renovations. In fact, by looking at their portfolio, you’d be hard pressed to think of something they couldn’t do. So it’s not hard to see how they have won the hearts of homeowners throughout the Greater Chicago area. For Maya, it looks like 400 projects may just be the beginning.
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