North Point Builders Llc

North Point Builders Llc

5.0 (1)
1 hire on HomeGuide
5 employees
22 years in business

About this pro

we offer our clients a dedication to excellence in every project by setting ourselves apart from the usual construction stereotype by always trying to be available when you call, being punctual, and doing what we say. we are not perfect but we will take ever step to do our best to try and be! our long list of referral based clients can attest to this.


the best part about what we do is watching a transformation of a project. nothing is more satisfying then having a client absolutely love the end product. 

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Newark, DE 19713
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1 Review


  • Dona Wise

    From the first day I met Andy I knew that I would hire North Point Builders to install my exterior patio door. He's very pleasant, knowledgeable and conscientious. His work far exceeded my expectations. They arrived on time, prepared the work space to ensure my home remained clean and left the work space in perfect condition. I will be hiring him again; I highly recommend North Point Builders!

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What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

my grandfather and my father were both contractors and i learned at a young age from being on the jobsites from when i was 12 years old how to communicate with customers and do a quality job. over 26 years later these early learned traits have paid off by being able to build great construction company that is dedicated to details and complete customer satisfaction.

How did you get started in this business?

family business

What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a pro in your area of expertise?

pay close attention the details and check the company out thourghly, there is a reason that a price is really low. something is missing or the quality of the company is not there. a professional, reliable company with a great referral list and super reviews will come with a respectable price. if you are low balled on a job there is usually a reason for it!

What questions should customers think through before talking to pros about their needs?

do you know what your goal is? do you have a realistic idea of what a job like this will cost and can you afford it? are we aware of how long a project will take?