What time will your crew be here in the morning, and how long do they stay?

What time will your crew be here in the morning, and how long do they stay?

After we’ve answered “When Can You Start?,” the next question is often “When will you be here?” And like many other questions we’re asked, there’s more to the answer than you might expect!

Typically, our work crews arrive at about 8am to start work, and wrap up work for the day in the late afternoon. Typically, your town or village will have specific times we can start and end. Inclement weather or other conditions (for example, the early onset of nightfall in winter months) can have some impact on this depending on the nature of the project. We have cultivated long-standing relationships with professionals in the construction field who share our dedication to reliability and accountability, so you can count on anyone we use to complete work on your project to show up on time, ready to work.

Answering this question fully also requires us to ask you one: Will you be residing in the house while we’re working? If so, like any other conscientious contractor we’ll try to work around your schedule to minimize the disruption to your daily life. Be aware, though, that this is something that can have an impact on the timeline of a project especially in the case of any major construction. Any constraints that are added to our working hours ultimately add more time. We recommend that whether you decide to move out during the project or continue to reside in your home while we work, that you don’t change your mind part of the way through the process. Pausing work to facilitate a move out of or into the home can cause significant delays, especially if the delivery or removal of furniture and/or appliances is required.

A member of our core team will almost always be present to oversee work on your project, and you’ll always have access to us through our builder software. We’ll be there to answer your questions, explain where we’re at on your project, and keep you in the loop on what’s going to happen next.

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