Part of ElkStone’s Core Beliefs and Values read:

Take care of our customers so they can always refer us.  Stay Genuine, sincere, and remain humble. 

It was one week from the final walk of a Castle Rock basement we were finishing, when the homeowner ended up having a life saving surgery that left him in a wheel chair.  Without hesitation, the project manager on the project, jumped in and started formulating a plan to help this family in the best way the ElkStone family knows how. Build for them.


We worked with ElkStone on our basement during the summer of 2016.  Joe, Justin, Randy, and the ElkStone family did a tremendous job on our basement. We couldn’t be happier with the construction process, timeframe, and results.

 At the end of Summer 2016, I had spinal surgery to remove several ependymoma tumors that were growing in my spinal cord. The tumor removal is a very difficult surgery, and unfortunately left me paralyzed from the chest down, needing a wheelchair to get around. Lisa told Justin what had happened, and without pause, ElkStone volunteered to help. He was going to have ElkStone build us a wheelchair ramp for our house, all on a volunteer basis!

 Within the next week, the ElkStone crew was at our house, building the ramp.  Because of ElkStone’s generosity, I am now able to get in and out of our house on my own – giving me freedom I didn’t have before. We are truly blessed to have our relationship with ElkStone. ElkStone is a company that truly cares about both their customers and the quality of their work. We feel like we are part of one big family!

 Bob and Lisa Delaney

 

As we say goodbye to 2016 and Hello to 2017 we are blessed to work with each and every one of our clients. Each project gives us an opportunity for learning and growth!  Thank you to all of our past, present and future ElkStone Clients!