Construction Company FAQs
A General Contractor can handle all phases of your project including electrical, plumbing, HVAC. He usually works with all trades to get you project completed.
Most quotes are free except when your project requires an engineer to provide you with an accurate quote.
Payments may not be required on smaller projects but will be require on larger projects.
Not all projects require a permit but when needed, permits are applied.
How long have you been in business?
Do you have references?
May I call your references?
A change order is a simple agreement to approve the work that exceeds the original project duties.
Yes. Many homeowners are involved throughout their project.
Each timeline is different depending on the size of the project. We could face material and weather delays or issues beyond our control.
If you intend to keep your home for many years and the project does not exceed the market value of your home, normally remodeling is preferred.
We are available during business hours by phone, email or text.
The project price could change due to unseen repairs that may present themselves during the remodeling project.
There will be times when we need to discuss the project with you. We like to keep the homeowner involved until project completion.
Scheduling changes may occur if materials do not arrive on time, weather delays or any other issues beyond our control.
Material is discussed during the quoting process. Material used is also listed in your quote.
Remodeling Company FAQs
We are located in Kemah, TX
Everything that is needed to complete your project.
Yes, on many projects an engineer is require and a design layout is needed for the contractor, your insurance and City Officials.
An estimate list everything needed to complete your project.
A design agreement instructs the contractor on what needs to be done to complete your project.
Scheduling and completion is determined by the size of your project.
The price of your project will be determined according to the size of your project.
Yes, there are trades that require special licensing such as plumbing, electrical and HVAC. When these trades are needed, a sub-contractor is required.
We communicate with you by any means necessary. Phone, email and text are usually our source of communication.
In Texas, a General Contractor is not yet required to be licensed. However, when plumbing, electrical or HVAC are required, these sub-contractors are licensed.
Check, Credit Card or cash.
We warranty all projects for 1 year. A warranty and the terms of this warranty are provided in your project quote.
We always suggest a 20% or the agreement price just in case other issues arise.
In most cases yes. If we feel the construction will be uncomfortable for you to live in your home during the process, this will be discussed prior to starting your project.
All permits are pulled by the General Contractor prior to starting your project.
We perform many projects year long and most anytime that is convenient for you.
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