In short yes, old houses are more work and have to approached a little differently then homes with newer current building methods. however, in our neighborhood over half the homes around here are around a century old and we work on them all the time. The three main...
As of the date of this video, When working in an occupied home we will be taking daily temperature checks, and wearing masks or facial coverings whenever we are in contact with the homeowner or occupants of the home. We want to keep you and your family healthy....
We offer a 5 year interior warranty on renovations, a 10 year warranty on countertops and a 2 year exterior warranty on our services. We will replace or repair any defect in workmanship. https://youtu.be/31aq9wWYvWA
We prefer to handle all aspects of the project including design. We provide rendering, architectural drawings, permit expediting and design packages complete with a mood board. We also are more then happy to work with your personal design or work in tandem with your...
While its always best to move out during a remodel, its not always entirely necessary. On smaller renovations or if your home is big enough that the team can work in an isolated part of the house, moving out may not be entirely necessary. However on larger extensive...
We work with a ton of vendors and recommend using contract furnishing mart for tile, lvp, and countertops. If you want more variety and can’t find what you want there for tile you can check out dal tile, statements tile and stone, pental surfaces and last but...
As for Large Remodeling projects and additions they are case by case and can take up to 3 months up to even a year to complete.
Bathroom remodeling: for a small facelift in a bathroom without any plumbing this can be completed in as little as a week. More involved bathrooms with custom tile work and master baths can take as much as 4 weeks and beyond. Older homes with uneven walls, upper story...
Kitchen remodel: once everything is DESIGNED, ordered and on site, the kitchen remodeling process can be done in as little as three weeks or as much as 6-8 weeks depending on the complexity and scope of the project, if we have inspections, have to update plumbing and...
in the case of a countertop replacement, we have a process in place where we measure the existing tops, and come 3-7 days later with your kitchen ready to go and demo and install the new counters in one day, so less time away from your kitchen. if we are doing tile...
Noble solid service is a remodeling company that specializes in four areas: natural stone installation and fabrication, full service kitchen or bathroom remodels, and general remodeling and additions.
How long have you been licensed and working as a contractor? What is your experience level?
I have been in the trades since I was 13, but I would only count the past 8 years as real tangible experience. I am a journeyman marble mason and a high level carpenter. Most of my employees have over 20 years experience in residential remodeling.
Where do you get your materials?
Are all your employees background checked?
Do you have a copy of insurance I could see?
What warranty do You offer for a project?
What are your working hours like?
How do you handle if we have a disagreement/ dispute ( written contracts and so on)?
Do I get a crew specializing on my project only?
Typically you will be assigned a project manager who is directly tied to the owner. They will be your first point of contact, which helps streamline communication between client and NSS. We will be putting our convo into a group chat with client, owner and project manager that way we have records of all communication.
They will work in tandem with the owner who will be scheduling the surrounding trades. Occasionally there will be a gap in the schedule due to material delays, etc, which will force us to pull off of your project in order to stay productive.
What are your cleaning procedures especially during COVID?
What are your other passions and hobbies?
What sort of experience do you have with my specific project?
Do you guys have any references?
If you use subcontractors, how do you vet their experience to make sure they do quality work?
What does your contract look like ?
What happens if things go wrong? What is your procedure. Is that written into the contract?
How will the construction impact my day to day?
How many job sites do you have at one time?
How do you, as contractor, oversee the site for quality and efficiency?
Do you give out progress reports so I know how the project is progressing?
Can I see examples of your work? Photos or whatnot?
What sorts of materials do you source and can I supply my own materials if I want to?
Can I have a blue print of the plan and details of the work you are going to do?
Who makes sure all the details are covered for the blue print?
Do you have a designer or do I need to hire one?
How do you rate. Your pay?
Do u handle the permits or do I have to get them?
The contractor should always provide the permits. If the contractor ever suggests otherwise I would suggest a second opinion . this is bad business in my opinion and could lead to further problems down the road as the person pulling the permits is liable and this raises red flags. NSS specializes in permit expediting.