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14th year as a Best Pick Call
"We are a small company that is deeply invested in earning your repeat business and referrals. We want you to be comfortable referring us to your boss's boss. In order to maintain customer satisfaction as our top priority, there may be a waiting list in the busy season. We prioritize quality of work over volume of work."

Charlie Crippen | Owner
Company Information
Services Offered
Crippen Woodworks handles most deck-related jobs, from replacing flooring and railing to designing and building. The company also replaces footings and performs common structural failure repairs on older decks. Additionally, Crippen Woodworks crafts custom woodwork and cabinetry.
Minimum Job
All jobs require a $5,000 minimum.
Warranty
The company offers a five-year guarantee on all workmanship.
Company History
Crippen Woodworks is family owned and operated and has been serving the metro-Atlanta area for 17 years.
Employee Information
The company states that it does not hire subcontractors.
Additional Information
Crippen Woodworks specializes in building decks with materials such as KDAT pressure-treated wood, Brazilian hardwoods, and AZEK's full line of products.
Licenses
RBCO004772
Areas Served
North Atlanta, Dunwoody/Sandy Springs, Gwinnett/East Metro, Roswell, Alpharetta, Johns Creek & Cumming, Cobb/Marietta
A selection of 66 homeowner reviews:
“He does quality work. I had a deck replaced. He did what he said he was going to do when he said he was going to do it. He finished it on time. I've got a deck here that's A-1 quality—it's beautiful. The quality of his work is outstanding. I'd give Crippen Woodworks an A+ for my overall experience with them.”
“I think they're fantastic. They built a beautiful deck and also an outside shed and room underneath. Charlie Crippen, the owner, is extremely detailed. He is very meticulous in the way he presents each piece of the plan. He does absolutely stunning work. I would give my overall experience an A+. I have already recommended them to several people.”
“They built a deck for us and did the staining on the woodwork. They were fantastic. They did a perfect job, and it looks beautiful. I would have to give them an A+.”
“They did a cabinet for us. They were great. We had some existing cabinets and we were extending the kitchen. We had to match them, and they matched them perfectly. There is nothing bad I can say about them. They're an A+ company. They are craftsmen and they have high quality work. They are great.”
“They custom built a bath vanity and then some cabinets for hanging clothes. They did some pretty extensive woodwork. It was topnotch quality, and they did what they said they were going to do. We really got a nice result. I'd give them A+. Charlie, the owner, is a great guy to deal with. He is really responsive. Without reservation, I would recommend them.”
“They were wonderful. They did some custom cabinet work and some kitchen remodeling stuff for us. Charlie, the owner, was great to work with and his guys were always really polite. They did a really, really nice job. They're really great to work with. I would give them an A for my overall experience. I would absolutely recommend them.”
“They replaced a front approach deck. I really like and appreciated how they were on time. They did the work exactly as I described. There weren't any changes midway through. I like that they were very clean and cleaned up after themselves. At the end of the workday, it was hard to know that anything was being done. They were very conscientious and respectful. My overall experience would receive a grade of A+.”
“They redid the deck, and they did a great job. They're good. They're an A+.”
“I liked the quality of the planning, the quality of the work, and the quality of the follow-up. I'd rate them as an A+.”
“I used T.L.C. Deck Repair. Everything was good—the quality of their work, the way they cleaned up when they were done, the beauty of it, and the originality of it. There was just nothing wrong. They had to take the old decks down, take away all that wood, put in new footings, and build a new deck. There was nothing bad about them. They get an A grade.”