Design/Build Services for homeowners in Oregon
What is Design/Build?
Design/build. Some describe it as the answer to a homeowner’s prayer. Others describe it as a savings of time and money.
Salem Remodeling Inc. describes it as “plain common sense.” Design/build is a process where an entire remodeling project—from the initial design concepts, drawings and budgets to permits, regulations and zoning laws to actual construction and final walk through—are organized and performed by a single entity, a single point of responsibility.
That single point is Salem Remodeling. The efficiency of this process allows for tight control of costs; management of the construction schedule; and a quick turnaround between design, construction and completion.
Design/build prevents remodeling horror stories. When Salem Remodeling takes on a project, Tim Robinson oversees the entire process, ensuring a homeowner or business that the project will be delivered on time and on budget.
Questions to ask a contractor before signing a contract:
Do you have liability insurance?
Oregon law requires building contractors to carry general liability insurance, which includes products and completed operations coverage. The state Construction Contractors Board (CCB) will not issue or renew a contractor license without proof of insurance. Coverage limit requirements vary depending on the license category. Many contractors carry coverage in excess of CCB’s requirements.
Do you have a contractor's license?
Check with the CCB, before asking for bids or entering into any agreements with a contractor. When checking a contractor’s license: Verify the contractor is actively licensed. This means the contractor can legally work in Oregon, has a surety bond, provided proof of liability insurance at the time of application and insurance renewal*, and assures you access to the CCB Dispute Resolution Process. Salem Remodeling's record can be found on CCB
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