Remodeling & Restoration
As a General Contractor, we work with other companies to give you the best quotes for high-quality remodeling work that we oversee for you. The goal is to have subcontractors compete for your project by giving us competitive pricing and quality work based on their experiences.
- To qualify to work with us on all projects, all subcontractors must meet stringent qualifications such as: 1. They must carry insurance.
- They also must be bonded and licensed.
- They must show projects that were completed (including pictorial evidence)
- We do a background search as we ask for contact information from all previous customers they worked for. We take the information given seriously and use that as a requirement to take them on for present and all future projects.
- They must also show that they have employees qualified to perform the necessary jobs that they are bidding for.
In short as a General Contractor we manage and hire subcontractors while acting as the primary contact for our remodeling and construction clients. We also hire specialists to attend to plumbing, heating and air conditioning, electrical, excavating, masonry, steel construction, painting or roofing, after cleanup, basement sealing, and all aspects of a project, etc.
We do rely on social media reviews, Better Business Bureau Accreditation, Angie’s List, Google Reviews and other important links for assessing the quality, professionalism and work ethics of all our subcontractors.
Just as new construction remodeling and restoration require great attention to details because we are working on an existing structure and making changes to it for its functionality to be useful again. Damages to the existing structure can be caused by age, flooding, fire, chemical spills, earthquakes and a whole lot of other occurrences. Ascertaining the level of damage and what it will take to repair it is the first initial step and after that we go about the work of the necessary task at hand - to fix the problems.
As always there is a starting date and an ending date for all projects; this is necessary to maintain work productivity and successful completion of the project.
As your General Contractor we hold ourselves responsible for managing and building a project designed by someone else. We also oversee important renovation and building projects hiring all subcontractors and other labor in the remodeling and restoration projects. We act as the supervisor of the entire project and ensure that the subcontractors are doing their job and being paid for it correctly and in a timely manner. The General Contractor is also the main person in contact with the clients. We supervise all parts of the numerous remodeling or restoration phase of the projects, which can involve commercial, industrial and residential buildings. If a project requires any specialty, such as plumbing, heating and air conditioning, painting or roofing, drywall, electrical to name a few, then we hire subcontractors to do that and more as are needed.
Licensing Requirements in General Contracting
Some states require General Contractors to be licensed in order to work on projects. Each state has different requirements. General Contractors with a license improve their skills with current knowledge in business methods, regulation requirements and building maintenance. Licensed General Contractors can be more appealing to customers because they demonstrate credibility and training.
Do you want your project to be delivered on schedule? Do you want the project delivered within your budget? Do you want the remodeling and restoration process to satisfy your needs and expectations? If the answers to these questions are Yes, then your ultimate report card on the work of remodeling and restoration is us.