LEADERS IN BUILDING RECONSTRUCTION AND PAINTING SERVICES
REGIONS WE SERVE
Below is a list of all our Services, please click on your region below to see what specific services we offer in your area.
Below is a list of all our Services, please
click on your region on map to see what specific services we offer in your area.
Established in 2002, EmpireWorks began as an HOA painting company and has now become one of the largest and most successful reconstruction companies in the United States.
EmpireWorks provides professional Reconstruction, Painting and Construction Defect services for Homeowners Associations, Multifamily, Property Managers, Building Owners and Cap-Ex Managers throughout Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Nevada and Texas.
EmpireWorks cares deeply about each of our customers and our projects. For this reason we hire the most talented craftsmen to work on our crews. We have a clear bonus system that rewards productivity and quality. Each crew is thoroughly supervised by an on-the-job Foreman who has many prideful years in the industry. In addition, each and every client has a dedicated Account Executive as THE go-to person for any and all project needs. Our Account Executives interface seamlessly with our production team, our clients, and the people living in each community we work on.
WHY HIRE US
We have several roles within our organization to ensure 100% customer satisfaction. We take pride in our brand and our work and would not do anything to jeopardize that. We don’t just want business, we want repeat business.
EmpireWorks has been around for a long time and we’re not going anywhere. We not only have grown, we continue to grow. In fact, in 2018 we were awarded one of Inc. 5000 Magazine’s fastest growing companies in the United States.
We lead the industry in safety. We always carry Liability and Workers Compensation insurance. Also, we have a full time Safety Directors in each region who ensures jobsite safety on a daily basis. In addition, we require fall protection is required when working on roofs. How many times have you seen someone on a roof without a harness?