Our Services | Spencer Construction

By: Spencer Construction  09-12-2011
Keywords: Roofing, Framing, Frame

Our Services General Contracting

If you’re building new or renovating and need someone capable to manage the project we can help you. We’ll help you find a designer, come up with a budget, find estimates, hire trades, and supervise the work. In order to ensure quality workmanship, and proper cost management, we like to take a hands on approach by self performing the majority of the carpentry work including framing, roofing, concrete, and windows and doors. We service Winnipeg, and the surrounding area.


With over 10 years of experience in the roofing industry, Spencer construction would be pleased to give you an estimate on your roofing project. When you call us, we’ll come to your home to take measurements then we’ll sit down with you and explain the various roofing products and show you samples. If you decide to go with us we’ll work to get the job done to the highest of standards, and in a timely workmanlike fashion. We service Winnipeg, and the surrounding area.


The frame or structure of a house is usually constructed out of wood. When people assemble this structure they are said to be framing the house. If you need to change the frame, whether it’s an addition, a change to the slope of the roof, or to move a door, we can help. Using plans or sketches that you provide, we’ll take apart the existing structure and move/add/change it to however you like. We service Winnipeg, and the surrounding area.


Concrete is used in several places within a typical home. It's in the basement floors, the basement walls, the steps, the walkways, and the driveways. In commercial and industrial construction, it's often used to frame the structure, the floors, walls, columns. Our carpenters and finishers have experience working on large commercial concrete structures as well as residential. We service Winnipeg, and the surrounding area.

Keywords: Carpentry Work, Frame, Framing, Roofing

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