Few San Diego residents can find their ‘dream home’ right off the bat. Unless you have invested in new home construction, remodeling an older home is your only way to get the house you’ve always dreamed of. Whether you need to redesign your kitchen, install a new bathroom, or build a conservatory, we are a general contractor capable of doing it all!
Can Resicom help design a custom home for me?
Yes, we have more than 53 years of experience in building family homes and are specialists in restoration and commercial projects. We offer priority construction services to clients at affordable rates to ensure they get value for money.
Can I make site visits to the house during construction?
Once construction work begins on your home, no site visits without a builder representative are allowed. This is mainly because the construction site has a lot of dangerous conditions, and we must comply with insurance requirements that don’t allow any unaccompanied visitation to the site.
After we have framed the house, and the under roof and trades have roughed-in the components, we can schedule a pre-drywall walk-through. This will allow you to check the status of your home and ensure that everything is done to your satisfaction.
What’s the difference between remodeling and renovating a home?
The renovation of a property or home means that updates and changes were made to the property, but there weren’t any major structural changes. Remodeling is when the space inside the home was changed or expanded, and the walls were moved.
Do you charge for estimates?
We don’t charge anything for our estimates and are happy to meet with clients, to review their project and give them a detailed proposal that outlines the scope of work for the quoted price. It’s imperative that we get as many details as possible about the possible to give you an accurate quote.
How long will my project take?
Every construction project is different, and the duration it takes to complete depends on various factors like the scope and size of the job. We will put together a construction schedule before construction begins, and then detail out every step of the project. This is done to ensure you can track the progress of your project. It is imperative that the construction schedule remains on track, to ensure satisfaction for all involved parties.
What is the payment process?
We require a 10% or $1,000 deposit, at the contract signing, and a further 15% when mobilization occurs to start construction. We will also send progress billings throughout the course of the project, which is a good way to invoice customers. It helps them check the progress and feel comfortable with the percentage we are billing them.
Do I need permits for my project?
Most remodel projects need a permit, but there can be some exceptions, like when we are applying finish upgrades like crown molding, paint, or a new carpet. If you have a construction project in mind and want to know whether you will require a permit, you should get in touch with us today
What is your service area?
Most of our services are offered to people in San Diego County, and our general service area is a 100-mile radius from our office. However, we also take on projects outside of our service area, so give us a call and we will see what we can do.
It is always overwhelming when you’re starting a new construction project, and we understand that a lot of our customers are going to have a lot of questions. We want to ensure our clients completely understand what to expect from their project and are comfortable working with us.
If you have specific questions, you can contact us at 858) 630-5490 or send us an email at email@example.com.
Are you licensed, bonded and insured to work in Oregon and my county?
Oregon State requirements, state that all general contractors must be licensed in all localities where they work and must carry enough insurance and bonding. A general contractor in Oregon, must maintain a $15,000 bond, and a general liability insurance coverage of $1,000,000. Apart from that, contractors with employees must maintain $500,000 of workers’ vehicle insurance and compensation coverage. Resicom Building and Restoration carries all necessary insurances with a general liability coverage of $3,000,000.
Will you provide me a list of your past clients?
Yes, we will provide you with an extensive list of references, who you can contact.
Will you furnish me with a detailed estimate?
At Resicom Building and Restoration, we offer a comprehensive scope of work on our initial proposal, which is based on client requirements and selections. We will review the entire project in detail before contracting.
Can you provide me with buildable drawings?
Resicom Building and Restoration will also supply preliminary plans if required. All clients will be provided with a signed Design Feasibility Agreement, and a detailed set of drawings, which will include structural engineering, along with job timeline and projected budget.
Will someone be working on my project every day?
Communication between contractors and clients daily is essential to a smooth project. All project progress will be done based on the schedule, and if there are any delays or days off for our crew due to material orders, inspections, or scheduled work from specialty trades would be conveyed clearly. The project will be on-site every day and will track progress and report all project details to you.
What is a “Specialty Contractor”? Do they need a contractor’s license?
A residential specialty contractor is an independent contractor who isn’t a licensed residential building. The specialty contractor works with general contractors, licensed residential buildings, or property owners for re-improvements, improvements, repairs, and construction work that involves using specialized construction crafts or trades and special skills, when the undertakings are more than $200 and aren’t regulated by other code provisions.
Residential specialty contracting involves the following parts of contracting, and other parts that the commission recognizes through regulation:
- vinyl and aluminum siding installers;
- stucco installers;
- plumbers (state examination required for license);
- painters/wall paperers.
- insulation installers;
- heating and air conditioning installers and repairers (state examination required for license);
- floor covering installers;
- electricians (state examination required for license);
- dry wall installers/repairs;
What kind of warranty do you offer and is it in writing?
We provide a written warranty with every contract for service.