One of our general contractors will come to your home and provide a free consultation and estimate for your desired building project.
Prices vary according to the size and complexity of each project. We will offer you a realistic cost approximation before beginning any work.
Though we cannot always promise immediate availability, please don’t hesitate to contact us so we have the opportunity to check our schedule and give you a projected time frame. We always offer to meet with homeowners shortly after initial contact to take a look at the project and give an estimate.
We do not overbook ourselves intentionally in order to tell people what they want to hear. We communicate honestly before, during, and after all projects to uphold the integrity of both our company and you as a homeowner.
The length of a project also depends on its size and complexity. We will give you a realistic time frame before we begin the work and communicate any changes to that timeline promptly throughout its duration.
Our goal is to complete all projects in a timely manner while still upholding high-quality craftsmanship in our work.
Yes, we work hard to keep our job sites as orderly and non-invasive as possible while we are working on your home.
If your project is an extensive remodel, we will discuss how to work around your lifestyle as efficiently as possible.
Yes, we are happy to work on insurance claims. Our contractors have substantial experience collaborating with homeowners and insurance adjusters to restore fire and water damaged homes to their original state.
If you have any questions about a specific insurance claim, please visit our “Contact Us” page to send us a message, and we will respond promptly.
SIP stands for Structural Insulated Panels, which is a high-performance building system that can be used in residential construction. SIP panels are used in place of the typical frame of a home structure and consist of an insulating foam core sandwiched between two wood facing pieces.*
• SIPs provide a more air-tight unit and can result in reducing energy bills as much as 50-60%.
• Save time and money due to a faster construction method compared to traditional framing.
• SIP panels have a higher strength-to-weight ratio.
Learn more about SIP panels here: