- Residential Foundations
- Exterior Siding
- Retaining Walls
- Kitchen/Bathroom Remodel
- Water Features
- Steps & Stairs
- Room Additions
How to Choose a Concrete Contractor
Even in a competitive market, we keep our prices low, so that you as a client can save money. When we provide you with a quote, that allows you to compare our prices to other companies in your area. But there's something you also need to know when shopping for quotes.
When you compare bids from different construction companies, ask the important questions. Find out if the company offering you a quote has both proof of insurance, and that they are fully licensed to work in your area. Not only is it the law that a contractor be licensed and insured, but it protects you. If an uninsured worker is hurt on your property, it can personally cost you serious money.
Inexperienced and unlicensed contractors can also provide a poor quality of work, which can cost you valuable cash and time to fix. There are many who also do substandard work, and who operate without the proper credentials. Take time to ask for addresses of work they have done elsewhere to view the type of work their crews do. The Owner personally works with his crew on every project. We take pride in servicing our customers and providing a respectful and safe work environment.