Entrust your project to Castle Rock Construction
Whether building a new home, planning an addition or remodeling your kitchen or bath, finding a competent and reliable contractor is the first step towards a satisfying result.
For most Americans, their home is their most valuable asset, therefore it is critical to find a trustworthy contractor. You wouldn’t randomly select your physician from the phone directory. You’d ask your family and friends which medical professional they’d recommend.
Remodeling is a service, not a product. All remodeling projects have hundreds of variables, so you can not price a remodel by the square foot. A contractor can shave costs from a project estimate, but it will be done at the expense of quality materials and levels of expertise and service. Competitive bidding rewards the lowest price, not the best value for the work delivered. Hire a contractor for quality, experience, expertise and service, not for the lowest price. The old adage “you get what you pay for” is never more true than in the remodeling industry.
We’ve all heard the horror stories: shoddy workmanship, unfinished projects, unexpected change orders. It’s an embarrassing fact that home improvement contracting has consistently been on the top three areas of consumer complaints. According to Money CNN:
No. 3 Home Improvement/Construction: Consumers complained that home improvement and construction companies wouldn’t finish jobs they started and performed shoddy work when they did. (http://money.cnn.com/2012/07/31/pf/consumer-complaints).
Most contractors don’t live up to the very highest workmanship standards that would establish them at the pinnacle of the home remodeling pyramid. That lack of attention to detail eventually catches up to them. Of course, the quality of a job – or lack thereof – reveals itself over time. Eighteen months later, people will know that the job was poorly done. The windows will leak, grout will pop out, caulking will fail, and the finishes on the fixtures will start wearing off.
After decades spent in residential building and remodeling, we know that home remodeling is as much as an art as a science. Our work is always classified as exceptional. Good isn’t good enough. We understand that it’s your home, not ours… but it’s our good name on the line. Our name that we know in this day of internet communication can live or die based on the experience and the quality of workmanship we provide. Our good name that we’ve worked so hard to establish. We know that the only thing that counts is finishing your job exactly the way you want it done. Period.
Let's face it. There are hundreds of remodeling contractors out there. Many of them do a great job. Some, not so much.
Then there is Jim Pitcher. Jim is Castle Rock Construction. It's in his blood. He doesn't know any other way to do the job except 100% right, the first time. Call him crazy. Call him overzealous. But whatever you call him, call him your contractor of choice. Your kitchen or bathroom remodeling project will be completed without a hitch -- guaranteed. Because there’s basically ZERO chance that you're fussier than he is.
You can expect that Jim has a vast knowledge of the construction industry. He started at the age of 16 in a cabinet shop and then after high school worked through an apprenticeship program. After completing his apprenticeship, Jim started Castle Rock Construction.
Construction is the only thing he knows. His motto is "Be like a postage stamp. Stick to one thing until you get there."
Jim Pitcher has 25 years of experience in the trades and 20 years of owning his own company. You will find that Jim is easy to talk to, easy to work with and eager to please his customers.
We are so sure that you will love your remodeling project that we offer a comprehensive 5 year warranty.
The first year of the warranty covers faulty workmanship and materials of every nature. This is in addition to any manufacturers’ warranties. The first and second year warrant against faulty workmanship and materials for mechanical systems (wiring, plumbing, heating, cooling and ventilation) and structural defects. Years three through five warrant against any major structural defects on the newly constructed portions of the home.
Our warranty program remains in force for a full five years, even if you sell your home. Be sure to tell any prospective buyers about this important protection, as it will enhance the value of your home.
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We are very happy with our new kitchen...We truly love spending time in our kitchen. We are in the planning stages of another major remodeling project. We would like to contact you for a bid once we get our ideas together. We are looking to build onto our home before the end of the year.-- RP