This is a deceivingly simple question, with an answer that’s more multifaceted than you might expect! The shortest answer is, “not until we’ve had a detailed discussion with you.” We’ve taken the time to develop [...]
In construction, a Contractor is a company hired by the homeowner or property owner directly. This party is often called the Prime Contractor, Original Contractor, or General Contractor (GC). So what are [...]
If you’ve been spending more time in your home and yard this year and considering ways to improve them, you’re not alone.Many of us discovered our homes no longer worked for us during those early days of quarantine [...]
You’ve been thinking about starting a home renovation or possibly building a new home for some time now. Great! We
know that beginning with a contractor early in the process is a good idea (see our Blog, “Why is it important
As humans, we are responsible for A LOT of moving parts. If you’re a general contractor and/or business owner, this become more complicated because your “parts” overlap with your employees, your subcontractors, and your clients. No matter how well [...]
This blog will help you determine the following:
1. What questions are important to ask my contractor?
2. Why are these questions important to ask?
3. Is this contractor a right fit for me? Over the last two years, there has
This article will help you understand the following:
1. Why the term "Near me" is so widely used.
2. Why your SEO company MUST incorporate it.
3. Why showing up in your Google local business search is so important. Over the last two years, there has
If you’re a homeowner, you may be thinking about all the time and energy that went into planning your project. Some of you are now stuck in a home that is turned upside down and unfinished. Or maybe you’rein temporary housing [...]
Great question! And very typical for a homeowner to ask.
But not so easy to answer; I will do my best to provide some general pricing guidelines to adding square footage to your home here on Long Island.
One of the biggest questions we get prior to a job starting isn’t about selections or what the house will look like at completion. It’s about the mess the contractor will make during construction and how will the house and its contents be kept clean and protectedduring construction.[...]