Our company has over 50 years experience in all aspects of construction. We are licensed and insured. We have the ability to start a project from start to finish without having to outsource any part of your construction projects. We are hands on and will give our customers ease of mind that your project will be top priority in our company.
I enjoy the construction and have been in this business over 25 years. I enjoy doing restoration and full custom builds. Its a great feeling to start and complete projects and be part of the transformatiom.
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My process is to meet with my client and find out what the client wants and their style. Next I listen to their wants and needs and put a plan together to meet their needs. I also tell my clients to have a certain amount set aside above the budget for unexpected problems or different design plans that involve upgrades in their project. I also email the project timeline and update weely progress and budget information so they can track the project and feel comfortable through the project and are not surprised at the end of the project. This seems to help with the stresses of construction and problems are addressed at the time and not later.
I have an A contractors license and a master plumbing license. These required state testing and are monitored through the counties and state. I also attend building conventions and classes on new products in the construction industry. I aslo have two years in business college classes and alot of pratical knowledge through years of being in this industry.
I have a sliding scale on remodel prices and new build priceing. These numbers range from a builder grade price to a custom price per square foot. Plumbing is an hourly rate for master, journyman and apprentice wages. The plumbing also includes pricing for material at market value. The construction side has variebles depending on what the client wants, for example if you order a grade 1 granite thats priced at 800 a slab compared to a grade 4 which can range from 3000 to 5000 a slab clearly the bid will reflect those materials difference but the fabrication and install cost will remain the same.
I got started in the business with my father who owned Centurion Plumbing and than went on to be a building inspector in Arvada and retired as a Jefferson County inspector.
I have worked with blue collar homeowners, commercial developers and the rich and famous in Aspen and Avon. So a diverified group for sure. I enjoyed all of them.
We just finished up a hotel in stapleton and it brought a new set of challenges for our company which was refreshing for us.
I would tell any customer to make sure you feel comfortable with your contractor and to check and make sure they are insured and licensed. Also if the contractor in on a bid incredibly low be warned if its to good to be true it probaly is. You get what you pay for. Ive seen people take a bid so low that eventually the contractor does substandard work and Ive had to come behind them and fix the mistakes which in the end costs more than if you hired a reputable contractor a higher price. Dont step over a dollar to save a dime.
Customers really need to figure out what they want and what they can really afford. Looking at your project with real expectations helpd the customer and the contractor to meet both expectations. You cant have champane taste on a beer budget and expect your contractor to fill those expectations.