Providing Construction Services Since 2000
Straight & Level Construction is owned by John Martin, General Contractor. John began his career in construction in 2000 by learning from the ground up with a local general contractor in Austin. In doing so, he learned the language, how to communicate with subs, material knowledge, and the basics of remodeling. John began managing jobs for the company and found he enjoyed the personal interaction with the clients in helping to guide them through their remodeling projects.
John founded Straight & Level in 2004, striving to create positive experiences for clients of his projects, winning multiple Contractor of the Year awards from the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) at both a local and regional level and also serving as President of Austin NARI. To many people, a remodeling job is the stuff of nightmares, but we want to change that perception for our clients.
Straight & Level is happy to work with clients during the project at whatever level of participation that they feel comfortable. Without a GC on site who can lead, listen, and educate, any project will fall short of expectations. We would love to have the chance to speak with you about your project and make your experience a positive one.
Full Service, Quality
We are a full service residential remodeling firm offering: Architectural referrals – structural, engineering, and landscape, Kitchen and bath design – 3D cad drawings and layout, Interior remodeling, Ground up construction and additions, Real estate assessment, Emergency services.
Straight & Level Construction carries a $1,000,000 liability insurance policy and a builders risk policy The services that we offer can address each individual client’s needs. Some clients will approach us with a full set of plans and specifications and are ready to bid and begin construction. On the other hand, some clients contact us at the earliest stage of the process and are in need of ideas, architects and designers. Straight & Level will help you get your project going in either case