Licensed General Contractor
What is a General Contractor?
A general contractor is an individual or comapany that works in construction or renovation of a building,
house, apartment, etc. A general contractor is the one responsible for the means and methods to be used in
the construction site of the project in accordance with the property owner.
The first step usually includes the contract agreement including budget, the general and special conditions
and the plans and specification of the project. A general contractor is responsible for the supplying of all
material, labor, equipment, and services needed for the construction of the project.
Sometimes general contractors hire subcontractors to do a part of the work.
BudgetPro General Contractor Work
BudgetPro is a Licensed General Contractor that contracts with another organization or individual (the owner) for the construction, Renovation, Demolition, Remodeling, House and Foundation Bolting, Blueprints, house, kitchen, bathroom or other structure.
BudgetPro speciallizes in room addition, roofing, foundation repair, blueprints, bathroom remodeling, and kitchen remodeling.
Basement Finishing and Remodeling
Imagine Making Your Unfinished Basement... the Favorite Room in Your Home!
There's no faster, easier way to expand your living space than with a finished basement.
We provide you with the flexibility that enables you to finish your basement at an affordable price. With quality versus quantity as our focus, we believe it is critical to: listen to our clients, use top quality materials and provide superior craftsmanship.
BudgetPro always offers friendly and professional customer services and high quality labor in preparing the projects.
Our goal is 100% customer satisfaction guarantee!
Home and Room Additions
Considering an addition? Adding an addition to your house can be an easy and inexpensive way to increase your living space and enhance your quality of life.
Perhaps extending your kitchen, adding a bathroom or building a second story master suite bedroom
is just the perfect answer to your living problems.
You would be amazed at how much easier life can be with a little extra space added to your home.
Ground Level Home Additions
The first step is to sit down and think about all the ways in which you could expand your ground floor. For those that live on a thousand acre ranch this should be no problem, but most of us have a finite amount of space to work with. In fact, the majority of homeowners are constantly trying to maximize what little property they have. Expanding the ground floor is wise because it appeals to home buyers, should the time come for you to sell one day. Ground level additions are also convenient for households that have elders living in the house because it eliminates the need for difficult stairs.
If you do decide to go with a ground level addition, you will have to prepare for the addition to expand into your yard and change the shape of your home. The most common addition is the one that expands into the back of your yard. Many people will add a sunroom or extend their living area in this way. It is popular to do this because the addition won’t change the look of your home from the street. For those of you with large yards you shouldn’t have problem, however, if your yard is small you will need to determine property lines.
Second Story Home Additions
Another popular addition is when you build onto the second story of your house,
such over a garage. Building up is a little trickier because you will have to schedule your addition during cooperative weather conditions. During a second story addition there will be a time when a portion of your roof will be open and you do not want poor weather conditions entering into your house. Keep in mind, depending on the situation it is sometimes less expensive to build up because there won't be any need for foundation building.
Before considering a home addition, make sure that you take into account the hidden costs associated with a new home addition. It’s really quite simple if you think about it. As size of your house increases, so will the amount of heat it will take to warm the temperature up. Likewise, you will need more cool air to keep the space cool. You might also have to re-carpet several rooms in your house to match the new carpet in the addition, and your furniture may need to be replaced as well. Be sure to consider the increase in bills beyond what the actual addition will cost you.