AJ Consulting is a residential project management company based out of Ventura, Ca that strives to provide the highest quality services available. With our leadership, experience, and attention to detail, we can make your projects come to life.
We hired a local remediation company to do the cleanup. As the work commenced we quickly discovered they were not following known industry protocols for the remediation. As a board member of our HOA I was the responsible party for contracting the scope of work.Fortunately, Alan was an owner in our condo and a former HOA board President. Because of his extensive background in residential construction I asked him to take the lead in overseeing the work. He stepped in immediately and took a leadership role in organizing the work schedule through the completion. As he served as a volunteer on our project I didn’t actually hire him as a paid consultant. I would not hesitate to refer him though to any potential clients. He is articulate, detail oriented, and a true team player.
After purchasing our first home, my wife and I realized that our fixer-upper home was more work than we bargained for. I was in over my head on the work, and finding a trustworthy contractor seemed impossible. By coincidence I came across an ad for Alan’s contracting company and gave him a call. After speaking with him on the phone, he sounded like he knew what he was doing, and didn’t seem to be out of my price range. Fast forward six months, and my home has been transformed. Alan has decades of knowledge and experience, that he shared with us and allowed my wife and I to make our home a space of our own. We couldn’t be happier with the work Alan has done for us, and would highly recommend him to anyone.
AJ is my go to guy before hiring any contractor. Sometimes it’s even just a quick phone call to pick his brain before starting a new project. Since the Thomas fire there has been an influx of out of town contractors charging exorbitant prices.His recent remediation certifications are of great value to me should I ever need emergency repairs again.