1. The best time to re-model a home is in the winter months here in the north East. Outside work is difficult and a price break may be possible when the contractors are not as busy.
2.How can I find a dependable design/build remodeling company?
2. Companies can be located on the web or by checking at local building supply dealers. The suppliers often have a list of reputable contractors to pick from.
3.How did the idea for C&I Custom Builders originate?
Cliff Sibley has been involved in construction since he was 13 years old when he started working for a local contractor as an apprentice. He taught carpentry in the Army and has worked in the construction field for 40 years since. His experience and interest sparked the start of C & I Custom Builders LLC as a family business.
4. 4.How many years of experience does the C&I Custom Builders team have?
The team as a whole has over 100 years of experience in the construction industry.
5.What is the style of C&I Custom Builders?
C & I Custom Builders LLC specializes in ICF construction and custom building. We are certified in ICF (insulated concrete form) buildings and foundations by 3 ICF suppliers and have extensive experience in residential and commercial construction. We also have extensive experience in custom framed homes as well as log homes.
6.What sets C&I Custom Builders apart from other design/build firms in the area?
We are one of the few certified ICF builders and have more experience using them than any one in the area. We listen to our customers and strive to give them what they want in a home build using which ever method they desire. We keep up with changing materials and methods to ensure the best result for our customers.
7. Can I request or change things during the remodel?
Changes are readily accepted during the construction process or remodeling process. A change order is required to protect both parties, stating what the change is and how it affects the price quoted.
8.If you had one piece of advice for homeowners looking to remodel, what would it be?
Be realistic in what you want and convey that thought to the contractor as you are planning the project. Do not settle for less than you want if it is possible to be done within the constraints of the existing building or the budget of the new build. Communicate freely with the contractor and work together for a great outcome.