Top Remodeling Trends 2018

home remodeling houston, residential remodeling houstonWhether you’re just looking to freshen a room or remodel your entire house, 2018 is a very exciting year for home design. To get that creativity flowing, start by switching out hardware in the kitchen or painting the front door, When you’re ready to start on a home remodeling project (or need help fixing one that didn’t go as planned), contact Century Construction Services in Houston for professional design and construction help. Here are a few ideas:

Come Home to Nature

Create a “cocoon” or nesting effect; use color to nurture with nature. An infusion of color—particularly blues and greens—will be seen everywhere, including walls, doors, and even window frames. In fact, Sherwin-Williams 2018 Color of the Year is a deep, majestic teal called “Oceanside.” Bring nature inside by incorporating natural fabrics and wood products into the design. Utilitarian pieces such as lamps and pots for plants are great places for natural wood. Hand-carved wood bowls offer a natural, simple yet grounding element. And plants are always an easy way to design on a budget.

Balance

The hygge” design concept is so 2016. The Danish word for “coziness” took the design and home décor world by storm two years ago and had homeowners swaddling themselves in chunky knit throws and lighting extra candles. In 2018, two international design trends will take center stage: “lagom,” the Swedish word meaning just the right amount, and “wabi-sabi,” the Japanese concept of embracing imperfection. Both ideas suggest a return to simplicity and authenticity rather than perfection: a balance of the old and new. Celebrate the beauty in the not-so-perfect. Accept the idea that your home does not have to be showroom-ready. Keep it real, be authentic.

Sustainable

Going green and living smarter will continue to be home renovation goals in 2018, particularly as Houstonians fight the summer heat in older homes. Concentrate on energy-efficient windows, doors, and siding, as well as an energy-efficient roofing system. Solar reflective asphalt roofing shingles radiate heat far more effectively than a traditional shingle; save energy by reducing the temperature up on the roof. Plan the windows to avoid direct sun.

Rustic Bathrooms

Bathrooms can feature a rustic feel instead of the sleek, modern bathroom styles favored for that last couple of years. For example, ceramic tile planks mimic wood floors for even in the wettest of bathrooms. Think a shiplap wall, old claw-foot tubs, and well-placed rustic accents.

Tankless Water Heaters

Save money and energy with the on-demand water heater. Your contractor with remove your traditional water heater and install a tankless water heater to provide an unlimited supply of hot water. Since you are heating water only when you need it, you use less energy. They even last longer, with a 12-15 year warranty as opposed to a 6 to 12-year warranty on traditional ones.

Maximize the Space Up High!

Roof decks are not just for downtown penthouses. Residential homes can expand up instead of out with traditional backyard patios. Include some deck chairs, a table, and an umbrella and you have an entertaining spot with a good view of the neighborhood. Enjoy those tall pines and magnolia trees with a dramatic view.

Smart Lighting Controls

One of the most important aspects of any redesigning or construction project is your lighting. Switch out traditional lighting for smart light controls not only to save energy but also to manipulate the mood and atmosphere.

Home Improvement Project Planners

Instead of hiring separate contractors, consider a complete solution from Century Construction Services. You will have a custom solution and get back into your home quicker. Century Construction Services is based in Magnolia and serves the greater Houston area along with San Antonio, Austin, Dallas.

Building A New Home: 6 Things To Think About

 

new home construction houston, home construction houstonBuilding a new home can be exciting with the anticipation of a home built specifically for you and to your taste. Whether it’s a starter home in Houston or your dream home somewhere nearby, building a new home is an investment. There will be stresses and struggles, but ultimately triumph when it’s all complete. Here are six things to consider when it comes to building a new home:

Hire the Right Contractor

Building a house is a commitment, not only for you but for your contractor as well. Building a home may take years to finalize. From the planning, approval, and building processes, you’ll want to pick a contractor that has your best interests in mind. Take your time to research contractors and ask for recommendations from friends, family and community members to find reputable contractors in your area. Ultimately, you’ll want to work with someone who is easy to get in touch with, transparent and organized.

Know Your Numbers

Building a home is expensive. Whether you’ve decided to renovate, add-on or build a custom or semi-custom home, the budget is important. You’ve been approved for a home loan and you may have saved (for years) in order to get to this point. Whatever your situation, it’s important that you know what you can afford. From building to furnishing there will come unexpected expenses that will cause strain on your wallet. Knowing and sticking to your budget can help alleviate stress during the building process.

Think resale

Even if you plan on building your dream home and never moving, you don’t know the future. There may come a time you decide to put your house on the market. If that time comes, you’ll want to get the most value out of your house. The number of rooms, upgrades, and amenities will all be factors when determining the value of your property. Be mindful of the upgrades you include in your home to make sure you don’t overprice your property for the neighborhood.

Planning

Once your home is complete you’ll have to live in it. It’s important that you’ve designed a home that will flow and function practically. You’ll want to be mindful of the placement of bedrooms, bathrooms, utility and laundry rooms, living spaces and the garage. You’ll want to think short-term and plan for the number of rooms you may need, as well as, think long term if you plan to retire with this property and how it can be used in your old age.

Energy Efficiency

Be mindful of the amount of light, windows, and the HVAC unit in your home. Selecting the right windows to help insulate your home to prevent leakage during the seasons can help reduce energy costs. Additionally, think about light, allow windows and natural light to be the primary tool to light your home during the day. Incorporating skylights may also be beneficial and reduce electrical costs. Picking the right size HVAC unit for your home is important, a unit too small may underperform and be inefficient at fully heat or cool your home throughout the year, and a unit too big may use too much energy.

Communicate

Building a home is stressful. Even if you have had conversations about finishing, tile, or paint colors, don’t assume everything is complete. Mistakes happen when information is miscommunicated. Be patient and be willing to explain, illustrate and reaffirm your expectations. Having clear and open dialog with our contractor will help prevent unnecessary mistakes and save everyone time and money.

If you’re planning on building a new home, the professionals of Century Construction will be able to work with you from start to finish. With unparalleled customer service and planning, we’ll meet your needs to build the home of your dreams.

Going Green: Sustainability in Construction in 2018

Commercial Construction Pinehurst, Century ConstructionSustainable, green building started trending a decade ago and continues to influence commercial construction.  Developed as a response to environmental concerns, this trend is also driven by consumer demand, cost savings, and high-quality results. In the past, solar panels, geothermal heating systems, window coatings, and air purifiers were installed after the building was completed in order to make it sustainable. Now, green building features are written into the designs from the very beginning. This makes adding green features much more realistic and affordable for building owners.

Green construction is a major movement in the industry. In fact, the green building sector is leading the overall construction growth across the U.S. and is expected to account for more than 3.3 million jobs by 2018, according to ConstructConnect, a construction industry research group. In the U.S., almost all construction projects now incorporate some sustainable or green elements into them. Whether it’s a completely net-zero building or just a few green components, sustainability will continue to be a major trend in 2018.

Trends

One major emerging trend is mass timber construction. Mass timber is a category of framing styles typically characterized by the use of large solid wood panels for wall, floor, and roof construction. It also includes innovative forms of sculptural buildings, and non- building structures formed from a solid wood panel or framing systems of six feet or more in width or depth.

Recycling construction waste is another sustainable measure gaining traction. Waste from demolition and renovation projects are being diverted from landfills and recycled. For example, concrete can be crushed up and used as an aggregate base for roads. Houston is an epicenter due to Hurricane Harvey in 2017. As a community dealing with increased pressure on the landfills, the construction industry has a unique position to help plan for a future of sustainability and resiliency together.

While “sustainable building” has become an important part of the physical building itself, it also has made its way into the processes of contractors and builders. They are eliminating the need for paper by using digital forms of communication, by using Computer Aided Design (CAD) software, and by managing documents and signatures online.

Century Construction

Every new construction project is unique in scope, but at Century Construction, processes are systemically applied to fit every project need. Century Construction seeks to get involved early in the design phase to manage the project more efficiently, provide efficient building solutions, and identify challenges early on to negate design changes after construction commencement. This involves detailed pre-construction planning crucial to successful construction and on-time delivery and allows our client a clear pathway to the bidding process, construction phase, and through to completion. Century Construction strives to create the best possible working environment for our clients, incorporating green building trends at every step.

Four commitments to client projects are:

  • Staying on Schedule– Century is fully committed to achieving our client’s completion dates. Century’s schedules are reflective of the actual scope of new construction work.
  • Cost Control– The proposal we submit will be reflective of the drawings and will be the most responsible offer in order to ensure that our client is purchasing what is specified and that it will be built on time.
  • Quality Control– Our quality control efforts begin in the office during the bid process; our schedules are built in the proper sequence which means that the subcontractors are working in an environment that is ready and suitable for their trade.
  • Project Completion– We distinguish ourselves from our competitors in our approach to new construction project completion. Project completion does not simply mean the client has taken occupancy of their space. It also means that our professionals will inspect the work and direct all finish work to be completed to our client’s satisfaction and that all components and systems operate as specified.

The professionals at Century Construction Services are certified, insured, professionally trained, and highly experienced. Every client relationship centers on design and construction that improves the look and the value of the property.  Century Construction Services is based in Magnolia and serves the greater Houston area along with San Antonio, Austin, Dallas. Contact at (832) 626-4419,  or visit centuryconstructionservices.com

4 Ways to Keep Customers Safe & Happy During Construction

Commercial Construction Pinehurst, Commercial Construcion Services PinehurstAs fall approaches and temperatures cool off a bit in Pinehurst, we are coming into a busy season for new construction, reconstruction, and remodeling. With busy summer business seasons winding down, and a new school year just around the corner, this is a popular time for companies to invest in some changes in their business. If you’ve decided to remodel, expand, or even build a brand new facility, Century Construction Services can handle your project start to finish!

But, we understand there is a lot more to projects like this than just choosing a reputable construction company. More important than that decision is keeping your customers happy and safe during the entire process. Here are four ways to minimize the impact of the construction work on your business.

  • Status Updates. Have you ever been a customer of a business going through a remodel and received emails from them about the progress and any changes or closures that might impact you? We highly recommend keeping your customers in the loop on the construction process so they aren’t surprised or hesitant to enter when they see work being done at your business.
  • Manage Traffic. Make sure the main entrance in and out of your business stays open to foot traffic during normal business hours. Customers should be able to come in, access crucial customer areas (or shopping areas, depending on the type of business you have), and easily exit the property. The easiest way to get this done goes along with our point above: communicate. In this case, communicate through clear signage. Post signs for construction zones, creating a good traffic flow, where people should park, building entrances and exits, areas that are off limits or require extra caution when entering, detours, totally restricted areas, employee areas, and even access routes for emergency vehicles. The more clearly labeled everything is, the more comfortable your customers will feel being on site. Hey, if they are bringing their small children, there are a lot of little boys in the world who might be thrilled to witness some of the hustle and bustle of the construction process, too!
  • Keep it Clean. There are several levels to this. First, make sure the construction company you hire is committed to keeping workspaces as clean as possible and are able to contain the construction mess and debris to affected areas. Chambers can be constructed to divide affected areas from unaffected areas, and machines can be set up to scrub and keep the air clean. Daily cleanup is also a must.
  • Stay On The Same Page. Make sure you and your team are on the same page with your messaging to your customers during the construction process. Don’t hesitate to apologize for a little bit of disarray or noise. Feel free to explain to them what you’re doing to make your business better than ever! And, consider having a grand reopening to celebrate the changes, updates, expansion, or whatever else you may be calling it when the project is all said and done!

Tips For Home Remodeling In Houston

You love the location of your home; it’s perfect, nestled in the ideal neighborhood within a range of the best schools and parks. There is just one tiny little detail that is missing from this picture perfect home – the house itself is in desperate need of a facelift. Remodeling your house can make it that home you know it can be. Before you jump head first into a remodeling project consider the following advice.

Things to consider when remodeling your home.

1). Set a budget –  Sticking to your budget can be tricky but with a little diligence and research, it can be done. Picking up the little extras that show your personality before the remodel starts is a good way to cut down on the initial expense of a remodel. Leave a little cushion, some projects are a little costlier than you might think. There is a fine line in being flexible but not going overboard

2). Research contractorsFind a company you can trust, someone who will be there to help you realize your vision. Ask around, word of mouth is a good way to find a great contractor. Ask as many questions as you need to in order to be sure the contractor is the right one for your needs. You want a contractor that has experience and knows what needs to be done. You don’tHome Remodel Houston, House Remodeling Houston, Home Remodeling Houston want to get stuck halfway through a remodeling project because your contractor failed to get the right permits. When looking for the contractor that fits your needs be sure and check out the quality of their work and the professionalism of their employees on the job. Remember a good contractor is worth the wait, they will work with your schedule the best they can. If they cannot start immediately do not be discouraged, a good contractor, such as Century Construction of Texas, is well worth the wait. Remodeling your home can be disruptive of your schedule, but the right contractor will be mindful of your time and work to accommodate you as best as they can.

3). Consider family – When creating the blueprints for your remodel consider the family members, do the changes make sense? Will the remodel accommodate the whole family? Do you have ample counter space? it’s amazing how fast counter space diminishes when you add appliances. Is there adequate storage space, let your creativity shine there are a number of ways to add extra storage spaces. Stick to your plan, make sure there is enough space for the stove and refrigerator of your dreams, it’s depressing to have to return them because they simply do not fit in the space allotted for them. Keep appliance dimensions in mind when finding the appliances that fit your space and style.

Enjoy the remodeling process, after all, it’s your dream home, make it your own you deserve to have the best. Century Construction will be there with you from start to finish. With quality work that will stand the test of time, so sit back and relax knowing you have hired the best in the business.

5 Popular Must Haves When Building the Home of Your Dreams

Nothing is more exciting than the prospect of building the home of your dreams. Designing the home of your dreams may not be as simple as you initially thought. The process can be overwhelming and some aspects can be overlooked in the design process. The experts at Century Construction have found that the following must haves can often be overlooked when designing a new home.

New Home Construction HoustonMaking sure there is enough counter space.

There is nothing more frustrating than trying to cook a meal for family or friend and running out of counter space for meal preparation. Juggling bowls and plates trying to get dinner ready is not something homeowner want to deal with when it is time to cook family meals. Counterspace on the blueprint make look adequate, but once you add the toaster, blender, canister, tea or coffee maker, and other kitchen gadgets in you may be surprised to see just how little counter space is left for the preparation of your meals. A few ways to counteract this is to include your kitchen gadgets in the design or consider installing an island to extend available counter space.

Planning for adequate storage space.

Planning adequate storage space and cabinetry can be daunting. How much storage will you need? What kind of cabinetry will fit the design and size you need? When planning for storage decide on the cabinet’s or shelving’s function. Where do you want your dishes to go? Should your pots and pans hang on a rack or stack on a shelf? Do you need extra storage space for extra blankets and pillows? Is there any unused space that would be perfect for small items? Do you want to devote an entire wall in your kitchen for full-height storage? You can get creative with storage space without sacrificing the desired look and feel you want for your home. If you plan on building a house with multiple floors, consider adding hidden storage space under the stairway.

Include a mud room.

If you have children and pets running in and out of the house a mudroom is a must. Create a space by the back door with a small drain area and a shower nozzle, add some towel hooks and a small area for shoe storage and your set. You can even install a simple bench to make it easy to take off and put on shoes. This will help cut down on the dirt that gets tracked through the house.

Add outlets in drawers for the bathroom and under cabinets for the kitchen.

You are planning the house of your dreams, have ample outlets without ruining the beauty of the rooms. There never seems to be an outlet where you need it, adding outlets to drawers and under cabinets ensures that you will no longer have to rearrange items to reach an outlet in the kitchen. Keep the hair dryer concealed in the drawer with its own power outlet freeing up counter space and maintaining the beauty of your bathroom.

Consider installing a smart thermostat.

Having the optimal temperature of your house 24/7 feels like a luxury and is a great way to save on your power bills. Smart thermostats learn from your habits and behaviors and allow you to control the climate of your home remotely. They can even adjust the temperature based on the ambient conditions such as humidity. With some smart thermostats, you can even view energy consumption in real-time.

The new construction crew at Century Construction in Houston are always available to help design and plan your next big project. Contact us to learn more.

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Tips for Commercial Remodeling

Taking on a commercial remodel is a big job. The improvements that can be made to a building are well worth it, but it can be aCommercial Remodeling Houston, Business Remodel Houston huge source of stress and hassle to the business owner. That stress is only compounded if you don’t totally understand how the process works or what to expect. This article has a few simple tips about commercial remodeling that may be helpful for you.

Tip 1: Remember to take care of any necessary permits

Depending on where your building is located and the type of work being done. Make the effort ahead of time to check and double-check that everything regarding permits is ironed out. Not doing so could cause progress to stop, or result in annoying delays.

Tip 2: Make careful plans ahead of time

A commercial remodel is a lot different from a residential remodel because it affects more than just you. Making plans for a successful remodel includes everything from creating a detailed budget to providing for enough time to complete everything on a schedule. This is extra important in commercial remodeling because you will likely have clients or potential clients coming in and out of your property. While people do understand the need for remodeling from time-to-time, it would not be a good impression for your clients to see things in disarray and disorder at your place of business. All that chaos can be easily prevented or at least limited by taking the time to make careful plans ahead of time.

Tip 3: Make sure your remodeling fits your brand

With so many remodeling variations and property styles that are available to us, it can be easy to fall into the trap of going after the newest, most popular fad. No matter how popular or inventive the choices you make, a remodel won’t be successful if it doesn’t reflect your brand. For example, the design considerations for a family-style restaurant would be far different from that of a downtown coffee shop. So make sure that the renovations you are making strengthen your brand, not muddle it or take away from it.

Tip 4: Think about how the remodeling will affect the people living and/or working in your commercial building

This falls closely under the planning category. Before things start to get crazy with all the remodeling work, make sure that everyone that utilizes your building will have space to work and that all the necessary functions performed at work are still possible and efficient. This may require moving some things around and making adjustments beforehand to ensure that work is not disrupted during the remodel.

As mentioned above, all of these tips are very important and helpful, but the most important decision you will make is which contractor you choose. Do some research. Read reviews. Interview a few restoration companies in your area and make sure you find one that will work diligently, honestly, and with good communication. In Houston Texas, Century Construction Services is a great choice with a healthy reputation. Their solid background is something you can trust.

New Business Construction Pinehurst: What to Consider

new business addition pinehurstAssessing the Need to Expand Your Business & How to Make it Happen

Business growth in Pinehurst is scary – and exhilarating all at once. There are a lot of things to think about when you’re considering expansion – from employees and departments to logistics and space. While Century Construction can’t really help you with your HR or marketing problems, we certainly can help you create a new workspace in the Pinehurst area that is perfect for your company’s needs.

So how do you know when it’s time to expand your footprint? Here are five steps to consider:

  • Assess the situation. Look at the pros and cons, look at your cash flow, and take a solid look at your expectations of a possible expansion.
  • Build your team. You have to have a great team around you to help the vision you have for your company transform into reality.
  • Grow your customer base. It’s possible that this has already happened, which is why you need to expand in the first place! And once you do expand, imagine how much more room for growth you’ve open up for your company.
  • Raise the capital. This is a big one. Just like adding an addition to a house, or building an all new home, there is a major price tag attached. Depending on your current location, expansion could be an option. Or, it might be time to invest in a new piece of property and start from scratch. Either way, having a good construction team on your side from day one will help you determine what route you should choose, and what kind of investment you’re looking at to make it all happen.

So let’s say you choose to start from scratch and build a whole new location for your company. There are some proven ways to make the whole process go much more smoothly.

First, begin planning for the project with a reputable construction company like Century Construction. It is important to look at the scope of the project, funding, design, proper permits that are necessary, and so on. Do not settle for a contractor that is going to try to cut corners to save a few bucks. If they’re willing to go behind the city’s back and work without the proper permits, what else could they be doing wrong on your brand new building?

If you are concerned about the prices of some of the materials, don’t be afraid to ask about alternatives. There are always new innovations in building coming into the marketplace, and also some tried and true classics that can keep your initial design and vision intact, while making a few adjustments to the budget.

Plus, if there is a feature you really want now, try to work it into the budget now rather than hoping to add it down the road. It is easier to add it during the initial construction process than to do it later.

And most of all, work within your budget. You want to be able to enjoy your new space when it is all said and done, and being in debt up to your eyeballs is not a great way to start.

When you are ready to move into a new space contact Century Construction Services to help you create a commercial building that fits all of your needs.

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5 Signs of a Fake Contractor after a Natural Disaster

disaster reconstruction magnoliaNatural disasters are something that brings whole communities together – and attract people with ill intentions. After every major natural disaster, there are stories of bogus contractors offering to fix people’s homes, but taking the money and never returning to do the work. Likewise, there are stories of looters storming into damaged homes and stealing what they can. While some people lose everything they’ve worked hard for over the years, others are quick to take advantage of people at their worst.

While your emotional strength may be weakening quickly in the days after a disaster, knowing a few simple warning signs of bogus contractors might help keep you from an even bigger disaster.

  1. Unmarked Vehicles

All of Century Construction’s trucks are clearly marked with our logo, and any other reputable local contractor – big or small – should also have clearly labeled vehicles. A crew pulling up in an unmarked or unkempt vehicle could be a warning sign this contractor isn’t from Magnolia, and may not have the best intentions.

If you do hire a crew that shows up in an unmarked vehicle, or with an out-of-state license plate, it is a good idea to jot down the license plate number and vehicle description just in case. If something does go awry at some point during the disaster reconstruction project, that information will help law enforcement track down the dishonest contractor.

Other warning signs when there is no visible logo would be not having a local phone number, not having a website, and not even having labeled business cards.

  1. No proof of insurance or licenses

In many states, contractors have to be licensed to work in that area. Not having a license is another major red flag. For reputable contractors, it is a minor business detail to have all the appropriate paperwork in the vehicles – including licenses, proof of insurance, etc.

You should ask similar questions about any subcontractors the company will use at your home or business.

  1. BBB Complaints

While you might feel pressured to hire a contractor on the spot, if there are some warning signs, doing a quick check on your smartphone of the company’s ratings on the Better Business Bureau’s website could be very telling. Be on the lookout for any negative or unresolved reviews.

  1. Offers to do work for

If you’ve been speaking with multiple contractors and suddenly meet someone guaranteeing to do the work for far less than the other guys, beware.

  1. Demanding the project is paid in full at the start.

Never ever ever ever pay  a contractor in full before they even get to work. It is normal for the contractor to ask for a 20 percent or less deposit to get to work, then request perhaps another percentage as the project progresses. But you should never be asked to pay in full until the entire reconstruction is complete, and you are pleased with the outcome.

Plus, whenever you do pay any money toward the project, be sure to get a receipt for your documents.

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6 Tips for a Successful Business Remodel

business remodelMaking the decision to remodel your business can be both exciting and horrifying all at once! It is a major investment that could cause a few hiccups in the short term, but really pay off down the road. However, it is important to make good decisions along the way.

Just like building a house, it is important to acknowledge your expectations and understand what it will take to make those expectations a reality. Spend some time thinking about areas where you might be willing to sacrifice a top-of-the-line finish in return for an upgrade elsewhere. Also, think about how to use the remodel to make your business more efficient, and your customers and employees happier and more comfortable in the environment around them. Also, consider the time of year you’re hoping to make the remodel. After all, some months in Pinehurst are hotter than others – some are wet, some dry. While we can’t tell Mother Nature what to do, we can try to beat her at her own game!

Okay, so we already laid out a few tips for remodeling success above. Now, let’s dive a little deeper.

  • Contain the construction areas

If you are going to be open for business during the remodel, it is a good idea to have the area being worked on contained if it is within sight of the general public. While not always necessary, Century Construction can rather easily create barriers to keep dust and debris out of customer service areas, or even offices where computers and electronics may still be in use. Containment may also be a good idea to keep customers and others out of areas that are under construction.

  • Remodel after hours

Right off the bat, it’s pretty likely you are going to pay more to have a crew working after hours. However, choosing this route can help keep your customers happier during normal business hours, especially if you run a business where it is important to have less chaos and noise. Having work done after-hours also allows the crew to work a bit more efficiently and freely than they can during business hours, meaning the project could potentially get done sooner.

  • Do your research

Any time you’re doing any kind of construction project, it is likely permits are going to be involved. While Century Construction can handle a lot of this for you, it might help for you to do a little research on necessary permits so you understand what all the paperwork coming your way means, and why there might be a slight delay from time to time waiting for a certain permit, inspection, etc.

  • Stay organized

Before a single tool is lifted, be sure you have a plan to keep your business organized during the process. That means putting important documents in a secure area, having a workflow in place for whatever new work may come in during the project, and even having traffic flow planned out for your employees and customers.

  • Be a good neighbor

We cannot emphasize the importance of being a good neighbor! If you’re in an office building, strip mall, or other location where you have adjoining neighbors, please be courteous and let them know before the project gets started. Century Construction crews work very hard to keep works areas as clean as possible, and vehicles, tools, and other items out of the way – but there is still going to be a pretty obvious buzz of activity at your business that may inadvertently affect those around you.

The last tip we have for you: don’t stress, and communicate! We will be communicating with you constantly throughout the project so hopefully, you never feel in the dark. However, if you have a question or concern, do not hesitate to speak up. Communication between you and your contractor, you and your staff, and the contractor and their crew are all vitally important to pulling off a successful remodel.

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