I’m Randy Carter, Owner and President of Residential Services of Tulsa. We are a Tulsa based, family-owned business specializing in kitchen and bathroom remodeling.
Our company has been delivering excellence and quality since 1987 and personally conducts and manages all work throughout the remodeling process.
We understand the immense trust is required to allow us into your home – we do our absolute best to respect your time, property and finances.
Our qualified staff has years of experience in a wide variety of services, including planning and design services. We have our own showroom and offer custom cabinetry and access to dozens of vendors.
Experience matters! Call us today and let’s get started.
“Plans fail for lack of counsel, but with many advisers they succeed.” Proverbs 15:22
We have used Randy Carter and his company, Residential Services of Tulsa for many home improvements, home maintenance, and repair projects over the last fifteen or more years. We have always been extremely satisfied with the quality of work and the integrity of Randy and his employees.S. Malcolm
I have had Randy Carter with Residential Services of Tulsa handle several projects at my home ranging from a simple job of hanging a ceiling fan, painting, carpentry and a complete re-do of a bathroom. He's great about keeping you informed and he leaves everything spotlessly clean when he's finished. I trust him so much I've given him the key to my house!S. McGann
Residential Services of Tulsa has done several remodeling jobs in our present home from tile on the floors to updating kitchen cabinets and appliances to gutting our master bath and rebuilding to adding a sundeck on the back of our house. Each project met or exceeded all our expectations. Randy Carter, owner, is honest and easy to talk to or work with.R. Christopher
Randy Carter and his associates always do a careful, professional job. I highly respect his skill and integrity in the way he approaches problem solving. I have always been able to understand the nature of the repair needed and then make an informed decision about which path to take. Some times the fix is inexpensive and sometimes not. Whatever the cost, I always felt that the money was well spent.K. Bezan