Services

San Francisco General Contractor

Perhaps you are remodeling your kitchen? Or want a bedroom redesigned for more space? Or desire a more functional bathroom? Or crave an office for your home-based business? As a residential contractor serving San Francisco, we work with you to create the right solution.

Christopher Wells Construction offers a range of home improvement services for your lifestyle and personal needs. And we are there from the initial planning process and budgeting to renovating your home and the final walk through.

Our Home Improvement Services:

Christopher Wells Construction remodels homes throughout the SF Bay Area and our talented crew does it all. Services Include:

  • Kitchen Remodels – Elegant redesigned kitchens with expertly installed counter tops, flooring, windows
  • Bathroom Renovations – Spacious showers and baths with vanities and custom cabinets
  • New Construction – New additions, bedrooms, storage areas, and offices
  • Whole-house Remodels – More interior space for your entire family
  • Room Additions – Functional offices, laundry rooms, and bedrooms
  • Time and Maintenance – Complete home repair: leaks, flooding, dry rot, earthquake damage, and pest control
  • Roofing – Reliable installation of composition shingles, wood shakes, clay tile and slate
  • Electrical – Interior lighting, exterior lighting, mood lighting, and low-voltage lighting
  • Flooring – Wide selection of materials: vinyl, tile, hard wood, engineered wood and tile

Christopher Wells ConstructionDetails Matter

Superior craftsmanship shows up in the details: daily planning, direct communication, prompt scheduling and on-time delivery. And the final outcome—a beautifully remodeled kitchen, bath, or new addition that brings you 100% satisfaction.

How We Work

As a home improvement company we renovate houses—but to get things right it’s important for us to understand your priorities. Do you prefer design styles that are traditional or modern?  What sustainable building practices are most important to you? And other questions that come up once construction gets underway