We make homes better through smart design and quality construction. Our goal is to make your home improvement project predictable and enjoyable, working with you and your goals in mind. Here is why we are your best General Contractor choice in Maryland:
Turnaround time is one of our best indicators. No two projects are alike and time may vary based on your expectations, scale of the project and the time of the year. You will get good advise from us regarding schedules and turnaround time for your project. We will never sacrifice quality for speed.
From the beginning, we will provide good communication, get back to you in a timely manner, answer all of your questions and confirm our appointments. We believe in maintaining open communication with you thruout the entire process of your job.
It’s nice to know who will be showing up on your doorstep, and large jobs like additions and major kitchen remodels often involve multiple subcontractors, such as electricians and plumbers. We will never put a bad subcontractor on your job and you will always know how’s coming to your home.
If you don’t want our workers showing up before a certain time, staying past a certain hour, no problem. We will work with you to establish the rules and expectations and take them into consideration for the project.
We’ve been in business for a long time and we are known in the community for our reliability and quality work. We’ll be happy to provide you with local references and connect you with current clients.
Listen better Plan better Build better.
Top 5 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Contractor
We we will go over these when discussing your project and give you answers to all these questions. You should also get answers from our competition bidding your project, so you can compara apples to apples.
Do you have a license, bond and insurance?
Do you have referrals?
Can a get a detailed and comprehensive scope of work with the bid?
Ask about experience and verify if you can.
Who’s doing the work and who’s going to be the daily contact on the project?