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Hurricane Ida devastated parts of southern Louisiana. We are here to help rebuild our community and state! Licensed and insured in the state of Louisiana.
Serving the Greater New Orleans area. Also serving parts of:
St. Charles Parish
St. Tammany Parish
St. John the Baptist
Upper St. Bernard and Plaquemines Parishes
Argyle Construction was founded by Craig and Kedren 'Katy' Turner. Argyle Construction was created in response to a need for more high quality general contractors for remodeling and rebuilding homes in New Orleans. Our mission is to make New Orleans a better place to live. Argyle Construction will professionally manage clients expectations from conception to fruition. We aim to offer high quality construction, with excellent customer service and affordable energy efficient solutions, which will save our clients money. Home building or remodeling can be one of the most stressful, expensive things to go through. We promise to keep clients informed at all steps of the process. We contract with proven, experienced sub contractors in framing, electrical, plumbing and roofing.
Craig has nearly 30 years house building experience, starting out as a joiner in Scotland (carpenter) and moving up through the ranks to the position of Construction Director. Craig has experience in building energy efficient homes, with several homes he managed receiving LEED Platinum status. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is a certification program for houses that are resource efficient. The levels are determined by the number of points given and a project may receive one of four levels: Certified, Silver, Gold or Platinum. Houses receiving LEED Platinum status use less water and energy, thereby saving the homeowner money, and by using toxic free materials they may improve the health of those affected by allergies.
Craig is experienced in unique New Orleans' architecture and built a tiny house, which is becoming popular across the country and is perfect for New Orleans' unusually sized plots of land.