The Klingler Group offers the convenience of one stop shopping, the influence of having the most qualified building experts on your side, and the peace of mind working with a company that will do what is best, and most importantly, what is right.
In 1995, Steve Klingler was introduced to construction consulting, where his broad knowledge and building experience were a natural fit with forensic investigation and expert witness services. He was able to stand out through his unassailable work ethic and straightforward approach to every matter. After running operations for two consulting firms, and participating in hundreds of construction legal matters, Steve decided to start his own company, and in September of 2006 formed The Klingler Group, with the mission – “To offer clients construction consultation with work ethics focused on honesty, integrity, strong conviction and faith” is backed by a team of experts with similar views.
About Stephen Klingler
Whether working hands-on or behind the scenes, Steve Klingler has performed virtually every role in commercial and residential construction, including union carpenter, general foreman, superintendant, general contractor and specialty roofing contractor. His construction projects have been equally extensive: fire and flood damage repairs, room additions, kitchen and bath design and remodels, window and doors, roofing repairs and replacement, concrete, stucco and siding, drywall, floor wall and countertop tile, interior and exterior trim and finish and more.
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Like Father, Like Son
Steve Klingler’s construction career began early as the son of William “Bill” Klingler, an artist and specialized craftsman whose work has been featured in photo shoots for magazines like Better Homes & Gardens. Bill Klingler worked with a pride and passion that resulted in custom homes and kitchens that were artistic masterpieces. Steve participated in a variety of construction projects with his father, from custom homes to commercial offices and condominiums.
Yet there was something more than a passion for building that Bill Klingler passed on to his son – there was the encouragement to honor his own path and the duty to serve. Both father and son were in the armed forces on elite squads – father during World War II as a ski trooper with the 10th Mountain Division and son as a pararescue jumper with the Air Force Special Forces. Lessons learned through their military careers would carry through to their construction careers.