First, we meet with you, at no cost, to discuss the job. During this meeting, we take measurements, ask questions, and get as much detail from you as possible. Then, we take that information and calculate a straightforward estimate based on current material and labor costs. You receive that estimate via email or in person based on your preference. Lastly, we answer any follow-up questions at this stage.
If our quote looks fair and reasonable to you, we go to the next stage in the process. Before drawing up a contract, we meet with you to gain more insight into the details of your project. For instance, materials preferences, desired finishes, ideal schedule and time frame, and more. Once we have a very clear understanding of your expectations we draw up a contract for your review. In turn, the contract breaks down cost and schedule. After you agree the contract, we can move forward with your project.
Communication plays a huge role from start to finish. Of course, communication is vital for getting a grip on your requirements in the quoting and contract stages. Moreover, we seek to minimize any potential delays and issues during a project through proactive communication. By making communication and planning a priority, we can more effectively coordinate between owners, laborers, and any trusted sub-contractors.