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Yes, we carry general liability (GL) insurance, workers compensation (workers comp) insurance and commercial auto.

Yes. Insurance certificates provided upon request.

Yes. Insurance certificates provided upon request.

Our goal is to be on-site for a consult either the same day or within 48 hours pending geographic location. Written estimates are provided for all work.

One of our qualified sales representatives or the owner.

Generally we hold prices for 30 days. When the markets are volatile, sometimes we can only hold prices for a week. Do you offer financing?

We do offer financing – we partner with Synchrony Financial. https://professionalbuildingservices.com/home-improvement-financing/

Yes, 2D and/or 3D drawings provided upon request as part of our design services.

We aim to leave the job site cleaner than when we arrived. Of course, what we do can be dirty. We tarp our work area, broom sweep and magnetic broom sweep the work area to get any possible debris. We also provide porta potties where applicable.

With any remodeling project, you can’t see everything until exposed. We over-communicate every exception we see and involve you in the process and solution. Any changes are discussed prior and agreed upon by you prior to us taking any action.

Sometimes we do but almost all of our subcontractors have been part of our company for many many years.

Yes, you can view our Photo Galleries by selecting the tab at the top of this page.

Yes, we bring samples as well an iPad to show additional projects.

We will work with you to meet your specific needs and also offer financing. Some states do not allow a contractor to get paid a deposit of more than 1/3 of the contract price unless it’s a special order item. Generally, special order items are required to be paid in full when ordering which is what our distributors make us do.

There are certain criteria in a contract required by some states between homeowners and contractors to pull a permit. Our contracts fulfill all the requirements.

On new construction projects, 10% is a good number. On remodeling projects 10% – 15% is best. If you don’t need it, all the better.

Building codes have been established by most cities, towns and countries. They vary considerably from one jurisdiction to another. A building permit generally is required whenever structural work is involved or when the basic living area of the home is to be changed. A professional who works in your city or town every day will know the local requirements.

Many factors go into pricing a remodeling job. The most obvious is making sure all estimates have the same materials and scope of work. If you cannot understand all the information, go back and ask the contractor for clarification. If you cannot get satisfactory written results, eliminate that contractor from future bidding. Quality of work is hard to show in a written estimate and is also a factor in costs. This part of the cost difference is usually only confirmed by calling references and/or visiting jobs the contractor has completed. Check references for work completed years ago to see how their works stands up to the test of time. When a contractor carries all the proper and required licenses and insurances, his prices will be higher than a “Chuck in a Truck” or “fly by night” contractor.

Some states requires workers compensation insurance to be provided before a permit is issued.

Not for residential projects but in some commercial projects, we are required to.

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