About US

At Sharpline, our identity goes beyond being just another construction company. We’re a hybrid of general contracting and service provision, catering to the diverse needs of our customers. The truth is, we’re more than builders; we’re dedicated to offering exceptional service. Many subcontractors in this field are unfortunately unresponsive, deliver low-quality work, and are generally ineffective. But with Sharpline, we establish high standards from the get go for both our employees and vendors we work with.

Our Story & Purpose

Sharpline, established in 2005, began by renovating rental properties. Over time, we have expanded our services to include work for other landlords and property management companies. Our goal is to provide a superior level of service. Over our 20 years, we have tackled a wide range of projects, from unclogging toilets to building hotels. To overcome challenges, we strive to build a strong team of Project Managers, work with reliable employees and subcontractors, and implement effective building strategies with our clients. 

About Eric

Meet Eric, the founder and owner of Sharpline. With over 20 years of experience, Eric has tackled a wide range of projects from custom residential houses to hotels. Eric understands the importance of a strong company culture – as an employer, he is dedicated to keeping his team motivated, satisfied, and compensated for their hard work.

No matter the job, Eric has seen and done it all. From unclogging toilets to picking up trash off the 30th floor of large commercial projects, he brings a wealth of experience to every project. With Sharpline, you can trust that you’re working with a reliable and versatile contractor.

I got involved in this business by renovation a few of my own rental properties in 2005/2006. It organically turned into me starting to do work for other landlords and then property management companies.
I think I said it above, but I feel that I can just provide a better level of service than most. I try to hire skilled guys, pay them a little more, spend time setting expectations for them, and try to adjust frequently. I also have pretty much done it all in the last almost 20 years. I have unclogged toilets and picked up trash off the streets of Philly, and most recently built hotels.
I don’t know if this is the right answer, but the most challenging thing I deal with is the logistics of handling multiple jobs every day. On any given day, I may have 10-20 work orders to deal with, a couple of apartments turnovers happening, flooring being installed somewhere, a renovation or 2 that need materials, guys asking questions, customers calling, cars breaking down(that happened tonight) etc. I have to schedule, manage, account for, QC, and bill all of this. What I try to do to overcome it, is to have a good team, good employees and subs and a good system that everyone needs to follow.(this doesn’t actually work all that well, but I try). I try to set standards for myself and the company that are better than everyone else.
Sharpline’s long term vision is to be really good at what we do. While our scope of work is very broad and general, I still believe that we can provide a good experience for our customers by having good systems in place. I personally want to build a well regarded, efficient, profitable company. I would like to create an environment that is good for both employees and customers.
I think that there is a certain satisfaction to getting things done for a client, or solving a difficult problem. Or just seeing your work after it is completed and looks so much different than it did before.
8. I have done literally everything, but the majority of my customers have been multi family and commercial property management companies or owners. I did spend some time building custom residential houses, but I don’t think that applies here.
I don’t know that I can clearly define every way I foster this, but culture is important. In this business, paying fast is important, so I pay fast. I work hard to set expectations, but let people do things their own way. I take being an employer seriously and work hard to keep everyone working, paid, and happy.
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