Our Promise

We’re Honest

Integrity means so much to us, it’s our first core value


Initial Contact

our goal is to determine if we can do either an in person or virtual estimate immediately once we receive your request and work on scheduling you immediately for that estimate, sometimes same day scheduling if we can get all we need from you 


we will have an estimate out to you within 24 hours or less once we either come out to your home or get information to do a virtual estimate for you 

Appointment Reminders

You will receive an email reminder that we’re coming at a certain day and time.  You will also get a text message from your technician when they’re on their way to your home

You're going to LOVE it

we promise you’re going to love the work we do for you or we will make it right.  Our goal is that you’re happy with the entire process from start to finish

Relationship Driven

our goal is to become your “go to” whenever you need work done in your home.  You’re going to reach out to us every time and you know us by name at this point 

We're Different

we’re different than the other contractors you’re going to meet along the way, we carry liablity insurance ($1million), Workers Compensation insurance, Commercial Auto Insurance, We have a fleet of vehicles, We background Check all of our employees and any Sub Contractors we work with, We follow HICPA regulations (home improvement consumer protection act) and most importantly we live and breathe our core values in everything we do 


Contractor Horror Stories – Cheapest is not always right
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Choosing not to hire the cheapest contractor can often be a wise decision when it comes to home improvement or construction projects. While cost is certainly an important factor, there are several other factors that should be taken into consideration when evaluating contractors. Here are a few reasons why opting for the cheapest contractor may not be the best choice:

  1. Quality of Work: Cheaper contractors may offer lower prices because they cut corners on materials, labor, or workmanship. This can result in subpar quality and may lead to costly repairs or renovations down the line. Investing in a contractor with a proven track record of delivering high-quality work can save you money and headaches in the long run.
  2. Experience and Expertise: Contractors with more experience and expertise often charge higher rates because they bring valuable skills and knowledge to the table. They are better equipped to handle complex projects, navigate challenges, and ensure that the work is completed to the required standards. While their prices may be higher, their expertise can ultimately save you time, money, and stress.
  3. Reliability and Timeliness: Cheaper contractors may not prioritize your project or commit to a strict timeline. They may have multiple projects going on simultaneously or lack the necessary resources to complete the work on schedule. Hiring a reputable contractor with a proven track record of reliability and timeliness can give you peace of mind knowing that the project will be completed in a timely manner.
  4. Licensing and Insurance: It’s essential to hire a contractor who is licensed and adequately insured. Cheap contractors may not have the necessary licenses or insurance coverage, which can expose you to potential liabilities. Hiring a licensed and insured contractor ensures that they meet certain standards, comply with regulations, and provide protection in case of accidents or damages.
  5. Customer Reviews and References: Before hiring a contractor, it’s crucial to research their reputation by reading customer reviews and asking for references. Cheaper contractors may have limited reviews or negative feedback, indicating potential issues with their work or professionalism. Taking the time to evaluate customer feedback can help you make an informed decision and select a contractor who has a history of satisfied clients.

Remember, while cost is an important consideration, it should not be the sole determining factor when hiring a contractor. It’s essential to weigh the overall value, considering factors like quality, experience, reliability, and customer satisfaction, to ensure a successful and satisfactory outcome for your project.


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Horror Story from the New York Times


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