Aric Conoser, Owner of PDCC on left humoring me with the EXACT right placement of my client's floating shelves. #custom #customcabinets #customcabinetry #woodwork #builtins #teamwork #minneapolisdesigner #interiordesigner #mndesigner
Pro Design Custom Cabinetry- my go-to custom cabinet builder
I am a collector, not necessarily of things, but of people's talents. I love that I have painters, tilers, electricians, stone suppliers, plumbers, etc. that I can recommend with full confidence to clients.
I then am proud to offer my services in turn to them too! I believe wholeheartedly in teamwork and better together attitude.
I had never worked independently with a custom cabinet carpenter until this winter. If a project needed custom cabinetry I had contractors who had custom cabinet makers for projects. I would design and they would line up and project manage. It worked well...until my go-to semi-custom cabinet company closed up shop without ANY notice, leaving me scrambling for cabinets on projects that were a go. I was beyond frustrated and overwhelmed.
My client’s were looking to me to find an immediate solution.
Nick of Tschida Construction gave me his guy's information. I had indirectly worked with him and he had done good work. Nick sang his praises and I had set up a meeting.
I immediately knew he was who my go-to custom cabinetry maker was going to be. He was authentic, hardworking, and loyal. Exactly what I require to be Pinnacle adjacent.
An extended Starbucks meeting went over a bunch of projects and away we went. That was 6 clients ago!
AT A GLANCE:
-Team Members- Owner - Aric Conoser, employees Tyler Theis and Alec Pauly
-Years in Business- 7.5
-Scope of Work- Custom cabinetry, countertops, and furniture for residential and commercial construction.
-Area of Twin Cities you work in- No boundaries
-How did you get started in your industry? Started after high school making cabinets, and went on my own when I was 21. Started out of a barn in Jordan, MN.
-How did you start working with Pinnacle Interior Designs? We met through a contractor that we both did business with.
"Be on time, honest, have a quality products, have pride in your work and have good communication. This is what makes a business and the projects go smoothly. Your reputation is everything."
From concept to installed by PDCC. Client wanted a mudroom, but not locker style. They wanted closed storage, drawers, and a side "console" element. They also wanted a modern feel that matched their new kitchen that is in view. #moderndesign #moderncabinetry
CONTRACTOR INTERVIEW: ARIC CONOSER
Q- Why do you use an Interior Designer? Why Pinnacle Interior Designs?
A- Using a designer or a company like Pinnacle Interior Designs makes the projects schedule and final selections smoother. This helps the customer feel confident in their selections.
Q- What is your #inspiration and what is your design style?
A- Inspiration that helps me with design and keeping up with the trends is the houzz app/ Instagram and other designer or contractor's work.
Q- What advice would you give concerning #remodeling?
A- To have a good schedule for the project and to realize things don't always go as planned or on time. Deadlines are always tried to be met on time but something that is unexpected can come up when remodeling. Just be understanding.
Question- What is your favorite part of your job?
A - To see the final project done and a happy customer with a smile on their face. It's always nice to get a good review randomly online from a customer.
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