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Next Level  Outdoor  Services And Snow  Removal  L.L.C

Next Level Outdoor Services And Snow Removal L.L.C

4.2 (6)
We strive on customer satisfaction and quality service and work and make sure the job gets done properly and promptly as possible.
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Minnesota Kitchens  (and Hale Built Homes)

Minnesota Kitchens (and Hale Built Homes)

5.0 (6)
www.minnesotakitchens.net To schedule your free initial meeting, click the link below.  https://mnkitchens.net/scheduling Or give us a call :) 952-261-5023 
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Kaiser's Cleaning Services

Kaiser's Cleaning Services

5.0 (4)
Quality services at a good price!, very detailed.
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Lisa's Lawn & Snow Service.

Lisa's Lawn & Snow Service.

4.7 (3)
We are a professional full service outdoor maintenance team. We can repair, replace,remove, cleanup, trim, cut down or maintain anything out side of your home. Free estimates. Also 100% satisfaction is guaranteed. We are not done working for you untill your project is complete to your satisfaction. Looking forward to adding each and everyone to our network of happy home & business owners.
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Gopher Services Construction LLC

Gopher Services Construction LLC

5.0 (2)
I offer complete construction services I specialize in Trim Carpentry, Decks, Porches, Kitchen, Basement finishes, and Window replacement. I have 25+ years in residential remolding and can take care of all your remolding needs.
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Advanced Roof Technologies LLC.

Advanced Roof Technologies LLC.

5.0 (2)
I am not satisfied untill you are and your property will be treated as if it was our own.  I started commercial roofing over 25 yrs ago in Texas and stumbled into it again here in Minnesota and i settled here and worked for some of the best union and non union contractors where i honed my skills and then it turned into something other than work it has now become my passion to put out a quality product and be a proud Business owner!
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Angells Construction

Angells Construction

5.0 (1)
Family owned and operated Over 21 years in business Carpentry staff is employee not sub Help with design plans and finish choices BBB rated A+ Angellsconstruction.com Angellsconstruction on Facebook
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Kissell Construction Inc

Kissell Construction Inc

5.0 (1)
We have been in business for 20 years completing new home  builds, kitchen and bathroom remodels, basement finishes, decks and other construction projects. We have always been a referal based company and pride ourselves on listening and adding our experience in the industry to our customers projects. We are licensed and Lead certified. Feel free to check our website out at www.kissellconstinc.com
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Above All Construction Inc.

Above All Construction Inc.

I'm personally involved with each project. Making sure things are done right and on schedule.
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Service Associate Construction Services

Service Associate Construction Services

The main Philosophy of Service Associate Construction Services (SACS) is to develop a project that is an extension of the client’s personality, making it unique and one of a kind to your taste and dreams.  SACS believes in adding our experience, creativity, and insight into all phases of your project large or small, and working closely with the budget, plans, and goals specific to that project. To give you a memorable lifetime experience. ... View Profile
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Protime Construction Services, Inc.

Protime Construction Services, Inc.

A high quality remodeling company whose goal is to make you a customer for life. I have been in business since 2001 and 80% of my work today is repeat customers. That says alot. I strive to meet your goals, do it timely and with high quality products. I think one thing that makes me stand out is my willingness to work with customers on price. Remodeling is not cheap, I get that. I will let homeowners do some of the work if it means saving them a buck or two.     ... View Profile
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III AD

III AD

From its inception III AD has been committed to careful material and resource use and an abiding dedication to the principles of sustainable design and construction. We bring a creative approach to the entire design-build process, from the development of the project program, through the design phases, and into the field where the work is constructed.
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Mason Construction Services, LLC

Mason Construction Services, LLC

We perform both interior and exterior residential remodeling projects.  We specialize in basements, bathrooms, kitchens, roofing, siding, decks and insurance claims.  Our slogan is "We hit the nail on the head!"  Says a lot, meaning we do it right the first time and have fantastic results.  Our customers say this all the time by the referrals we receive as over 90% of our business is from referrals or repeat business from our clients.  We're GAF and Owens Corning Certified Installer for Roofing and also a member of BATC.  Call or visit our website today to Request a Quote for your project! ... View Profile
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Frequently asked questions

How much does residential construction cost?

The average cost to hire a construction worker is $50 to $100 per hour for a general contractor and $50 to $80 per hour for a handyman, plus materials. However, most general contractors charge 10% to 20% of the total construction cost.


What do construction companies do?

Construction companies work on remodeling, additions, and new construction. Construction project managers and general contractors manage and coordinate the entire building process, including estimating the job, providing the materials and tools, and hiring subcontractors for the construction work.


How do I find out if a contractor is licensed?

Always ask for licensing and insurance documentation before hiring a contractor. Several websites, such as BRB Publications, Inc.’s database, have links to verify licensing information in every state.

The database for each state indicates the field contractors are licensed to work in, if there are any consumer complaints issued against them, and if their insurance, workers’ compensation, and bonds are up to date. Contractors without employees are not required to carry workers’ compensation.


What are the stages of a construction project?

The main stages of a construction project are:

  1. Project concept – Planning the project's location, specifications, and standards.
  2. Design – An architect or engineer leads designing, including programming and feasibility, schematic design, design development, and contract documents.
  3. Pre-construction – The construction company hired forms a team and assigns a project manager.
  4. Procurement – The team orders and obtains materials, equipment, and subcontractors or laborers.
  5. Construction – After final planning and organization, the construction begins.
  6. Post-construction – The project is finished, is now under warranty, and undergoes an inspection before finalizing the contract.

Do you tip construction workers?

Construction workers bill by the hour or project, so tipping is not expected or required. However, if the contractors exceed your expectations or spend more time than expected, a cold drink, meal, or $10 to $20 tip is appreciated.


How to find local construction companies?

Hiring a small or large construction company requires planning accordingly, asking questions, and learning their work process. To hire the best:

  • Get at least three in-person estimates to compare.
  • Ask for recommendations from family, friends, and neighbors.
  • Verify their insurance, worker’s compensation, and bond guarantees.
  • Read reviews and check out their previous work on HomeGuide, Google, and the Better Business Bureau (BBB).
  • Pick specialized contractors over general ones if it’s a specific project.
  • Consider hiring a general contractor to manage large projects.
  • Ask about their warranties and guarantees.
  • Ask for a full itemized contract in writing in case of a dispute.
  • Avoid making large payments upfront. Come up with a payment schedule for work completed.

What questions should I ask construction companies before hiring?

When looking to hire home construction companies near you, ask them the following questions:

  • How long have you been in business?
  • How many similar projects have you built?
  • Can you provide me with a list of references?
  • Can I see a portfolio of your past construction jobs?
  • Are you licensed, insured, and bonded?
  • Have there been any lawsuits against your company?
  • How do you handle damages that happen on the job?
  • Who's the project manager, and will you use subcontractors?
  • What qualities do you look for in subcontractors?
  • What hours do you and your crew work?
  • How long will the project take?
  • What permits do I need, and will you obtain them?
  • What does your warranty policy include?
  • Can you provide me a written estimate or contract with a breakdown of all costs?
  • What’s your payment schedule?
  • Do you offer in-house financing?
  • What do I need to provide to get started?

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