At Cornerstone Cowboys, we remodel homes and buildings where people live, play, learn or work. We take pride in our workmanship and commitment to meeting our customer’s needs. We work with you because we want to see your dreams come true, visions into reality, or, simply put, a drawing of lines and boxes turn into a dream house or an investment into a viable commercial property. We have come this far because of customers who have put their trust in our expertise and experience. We are cowboys, from start to finish, as can be seen in our dedication to our customers, talents that we readily share, and drive to see every project through.
Cornerstone Cowboys is a Christian and family-owned construction company based in Houston, Texas. Our company was established in 2013 but our experience in the construction industry goes a long way back. We are firm believers in insightful and responsive customer service as the foundations of every company’s credibility and longevity. We also uphold honesty and integrity as the cornerstones of our business.
We are expert general contractors with a variety of services that cover the simplest repairs in homes to complex ones in commercial buildings. We specialize in roofs for both residential and commercial properties, James Hardie siding, pavers, fences, patios, and build-outs. We are a certified Shingle Master company, a James Hardie Preferred Contractor, and a certified A-Rated on Angie’s List. We have also been featured on channel 13’s ABC as roof experts.
We take pride not only in our credentials but in our drive and passion to serve our customers.
We are The Peoples Contractor™.
JT is born and raised right here in Houston, Texas. He owns Cornerstone Cowboy and has been in the construction business for over 20 years. He is a member of both Inspire Church and Hope City. He is a father to three growing kids. He is passionate about his business because it allows him to help people.
Our Cornerstone top cowboy and a true people’s person always say, “A customer is the most important person in our business. He is not dependent on us, we are dependent on him. He is not an outsider in our business, he is a part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him, he is doing us a favor by giving us the opportunity to do so.”