Do you have credible references?
Yes, feel free to ask.
Do you offer any type of warranty?
Yes, see form supplied within your welcome folder.
How far do you travel?
Most of our clients are in Northern/Central New Jersey and parts of Eastern PA. However we will travel to most areas in and out of state dependent on contract.
Do you use sub-contractors?
Yes, sub-contractors are an essential part to any large-scale project. We have been working with our “subs” for years and have established close relationships on a professional/personal level.
Can we see a finished project in person?
Absolutely, most clients are more than willing to show off a past project.
Do you offer financing?
No, not currently. However, we can put you in front of the proper consultants within the financial sector with whom deal with renovation and construction loans. Alternatively, we accept credit cards.
Is the owner of the company ever on the job site?
Yes, Peter can be found on every project at one point or another. Don’t be surprised to see him with his tool belt on.
How long will it take?
All projects vary dramatically due to size and complexity. However, an estimated start and completion date is supplied within every contract.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes, we are registered within the state of NJ and carry well beyond the required polices required within the industry.
What are permits and inspections?
Construction permits are required in most jurisdictions for most home improvement projects. They typically carry a fee based upon the job size or cost. Most commonly, permits cover anything involving: roofs, structural, electrical, plumbing, fire and chimneys. In new homes or expansion of existing, zoning permits and variances are required. Inspections are carried out by local inspection authorities to ensure a project is being carried out in accordance to supplied drawings/plans and satisfying all code compliance set forth by the “International Residential Code and International Building Code” requirements. Inspections are typically done at different phases of a project and at the completion of a project. On large scale projects, a C/O or “Certificate of Occupancy” cannot be given until all final inspections are satisfactory.