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First, let me tell you a little bit about why I do things the way I do them – I have been in this industry a long time, and it has seen its share of ups and downs. For example, windows could cost one thing one week and then another thing the next week. For that reason, I take a lot of care with my estimates.
In addition, I work with a lot of people who are experts in their field. I call each and every person who needs to be involved in your home renovation, and I get specific pricing and figures from them.
Then, I can give you a complete and accurate estimate.
I see a lot of things when I go out on a job from estimates scribbled out on paper to shoddy work that I am called out to repair. Here is a glimpse at what I do, and this thoroughness you should expect from any contractor you use.
Here is my process:
Get an inquiry from you
Maybe you found me on the web, or heard about our company through Angie’s list or a recommendation from a friend.
Respond back to your inquiry
I will either call you or email you back to get more information.
Get to know you and what you want
I spend time trying to get to know each customer so that I can deliver exactly what you are looking for.
Visit the site of the renovation
For just about every job, I will personally come out to your home and give you an estimate. Of course, if you only need a simple thing like one window or a counter, I can do that by phone, but I feel it is imperative for me to physically see what I am dealing with to give you an accurate estimate.
Work up an estimate
Like I said, I call all of my workers, contractors and subcontractors, distributors and suppliers and put together a complete and accurate estimate for you. This may take up to a week, but it will be accurate.
Send your estimate back to you and go over any changes
We can do some back-and-forth to add or subtract items to give you exactly what you want within your budget.
Schedule the job
We work with your schedule to get the job done.
Complete the job!