SERVICES

General Contracting

Our Process 

Step One: Initial Meeting

General Contractors play an integral role for the homeowner. To simply put it, we will hire and take care of all the professionals you would need to get the job done! At our initial meeting, we will talk about expectations, timelines, and budgets. Next, we will discuss the professionals necessary to complete the work, such as, electricians or plumbers. General contracting is known to be a stress reliever for our clients. Imagine having to call the lumber yard, the tile company, the plumber, the granite company, the insulation company, etc. all in one day! We would never want our clients to take time out of their busy day to deal with the usual calls of a general contractor.

Step Two: Scheduling and Management

After choosing the professionals for the outsourcing work, we will have to schedule their time wisely. For example, flooring needs to be in before appliances are to be delivered. This is all behind the scenes for us to know, and for our client to see the progress each day. We will keep the work on track by managing each part of the project with supplies and workers. At the completion of each day, we will clean our work area, as well as keep our vendors, or other professionals, to the high standard that we expect.

Step Three: Completion and Inspection

As the project comes closer to completion, the homeowner will be amazed at how effortlessly this has come together. After our own inspection, we will walk around the site with the homeowner giving you the opportunity to review our work and to provide feedback while we are still on site. Our most important job is to have the customer happy with the results.

Home Improvement

Are you tired of one part of your home? Maybe you or your children have outgrown the need for certain rooms? Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. will be your solution! Sometimes homeowners renovate to sell and sometimes they renovate to simply live comfortably, whatever the case may be, we have the answer. Homeowners can be as involved in this process as they want to be. We can bring ideas, samples, color palettes to you or tell you about unique design studios or stores that you may want to visit. Our goal is not only for you to have a renovated room in your home, but also have it be functional and safe for years to come.

Kitchen Remodeling

Step One: Design and Demolition

Whether you have an old, run down kitchen or one that is too small, this part of the project is fun! This is when you can imagine your dream kitchen. We will listen to all your needs and wants and find a layout and design that works best for our customer and their home. When demolishing a kitchen, we take into consideration all the working pieces. Maybe you have grown away from dark cabinets, or you realized marble counters are not for everyone, we can recycle these items to give them a second life somewhere else.

Step Two: Update Plumbing and Electrical

If the new kitchen design relocates the stovetop from the wall to the island, this will require updating the electrical and plumbing. Also, think of new mood lighting trends. Sconces, pendants, chandeliers, and under cabinet lighting for a few electrical ideas. Plumbing would also include moving of a sink or adding in a vegetable wash station, or even a pot filler.

Step Three: Drywall and Paint

Now that planning and prepping are under way, we can start visualizing with new drywall and paint. This is where we see the plan come to fruition. Putting up new walls or new dividers or even a new kitchen island can let the homeowner take a breath of air. Finally, the design is coming to life with real objects that you can see and touch.

Step Four: Install Flooring

Tile or hardwood flooring are the most used in kitchen designs. Both choices are durable and timeless. Think of the flow of the house and other rooms off the kitchen to make your final choice of material and color.

Step Five: Install Cabinets and Countertops

Now the homeowner has a big smile. The cabinets in a kitchen take up a big amount of space so when they are installed the color and material of them are noteworthy. The countertops are also a high ticket, happy item for the homeowner, meaning it’s usually a good portion of the budget and since the sample is usually very small, it’s very satisfying to see a big piece of the stone in place.

Step Six: Install Appliances, Hardware, Lighting, Faucets, and Backsplash

At this time, the project will see multiple vendors from appliance installers to plumbers and electricians. We will add a backsplash or other ornate details at this time. Finally, it is time to enjoy your new renovated kitchen.

Bathroom Remodeling

Step One: Design and Demolition

The designing of a new bathroom is always exciting. Usually a homeowner updates a bath when they can not deal with the old one that just doesn’t work anymore. Demolition can include making the bathroom a larger space and taking a section of a closet or adjacent room. Try adding a skylight or blocking off a window that is directly located in the shower area.

Step Two: Update Plumbing and Electrical

Plumbing is all over a bathroom while electrical only takes up a small portion. At this stage of the renovation, we will work with the vendors to achieve the dream bathroom that our customer desires.

Step Three: Drywall and Paint

Bathrooms are mostly tight spaces so when new walls are installed and painted the interior design of the room is almost complete. Many bathrooms today paint walls instead of using tile, however, tile has come a long way and can look very modern in your space. Also, the use of wood wainscoting is a terrific addition to certain style homes.

Step Four: Install Cabinets, Bath and Shower

Installing cabinets, countertops, and sinks give the bathroom life again. Along with the shower and tub, think about additions like custom cabinetry or an extra vanity area. Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. aims to make this bathroom timeless for you and your family.

Step Five Install Flooring

Ceramic tile is the most common material installed for bathroom flooring. The array of tile on the market today is endless. The only thing to keep in mind is how slippery a tile can be, such as, marble. Hardwood could be installed in a half bath, but not recommended for a full bathroom with the moisture content being high, wood can expand.

Step Six: Install Hardware, Lighting, and Faucets

Our last step in this process is adding the hardware, lighting, and faucets. This is when the homeowner can physically use the space and see their dream come to life. Bathrooms have such a high impact on family life and by having a newly remodeled one in any home brings value to the home itself as well as the people living inside of it.

Interior Paint:

Our Process for Interior Painting

Step One: Protection and Surface Preparation

Before any work begins, Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. takes all necessary measures to protect your belongings, while providing you with the highest quality service. Our crew will gently move all your furniture and décor to the center of the room and cover it with clean, new plastic sheets. We then roll up any area rugs that you may have and put that in the center of the room. Our next step is to cover the floors with paper and mask all necessary fixtures that may be in the room, such as hinges, doorknobs, and light fixtures.

Preparing all surfaces starts with making them as smooth as possible. First, we will remove any loose nails or hooks, sand any rough edges, and scrape any leftover pieces of wallpaper or wall border. Then, we will use joint compound or caulking for any sealing of gaps or holes that may be present. We will hand sand and hand wash any areas that become dusty from this step.

Step Two: Prime and Paint

Priming will begin once the surfaces are smooth and dry. We use a latex primer to ensure proper adhesion and quality color control. Primer is the under coat of any successful paint job and gives the room, or area, an overall setting for the paint color. We use only the highest quality of paints, such as, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, or California. We will gladly help the homeowner when choosing the right colors for your home’s interior.

Step Three: Clean and Inspect

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. always likes to keep our work space clean, not only for the aesthetic view, but also for safety reasons. We will always store away paint materials, ladders, drop cloths, and other equipment at the end of each work day. At the end of the job, our crew will inspect the site to make sure that all surface areas have a uniformed appearance in color. After our own inspection, we will walk the site with the homeowner giving you the opportunity to review our work and to provide feedback while we are still on site. Our most important job is to have the customer happy with the results.

Exterior Painting:

Our Process for Exterior Painting

Step One: Inspection and Protection

Inspection of a job is a key element to any exterior house painting project. We will meet with the homeowner during a free estimate to talk about expectations. We inspect with our eyes and identify any signs of chalking, peeling, or blistering on the paint, as well as noting any water damage. Here at Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. we let all our customers know that when we start chipping and scraping away at paint and start removing the damaged rotten wood from a home, there may be more damage than what can be seen on the surface. We include a carpentry allowance directly on your estimate so that we have some leeway with materials in case more damage is found underneath the surface. We take pride in offering the homeowner a full disclosure about the carpentry materials and will provide all receipts at the end of a job with absolutely no markup. If the allowance is not met at the completion of the job, the homeowner will be refunded. Our quoting of the carpentry allowance is our way of being completely honest and transparent with the homeowner from the start.

We protect the jobsite like it is our own home. All exterior features, such as lights, shutters, and lattice will be removed and stored safely to protect them from dripping paint or damage. Next, we place drop cloths around the edge of the home and over landscape to protect the grass, stone, or bushes from paint chips, paint drops, or damage. We also protect the roof and any other non-painted area to ensure the new paint is only seen where it belongs.

Step Two: Surface Preparation

Our next steps happen simultaneously. We scrape, sand, and repair any issues. Scraping and sanding the paint helps to maintain the integrity of the original wood. We do not want to layer on new paint, this would end disastrous for the homeowner. Paint can bubble, peel, chalk, and chip along with growing mold, mildew, and algae. We work to eliminate the issues, not bring new ones. Repairs will be made to any clapboard, fascia, or window sills that may have rot or simply need to be re- nailed. These areas are most commonly repaired because of normal wear and tear from weather or aging of wood.

Once all repairs have been made our power washing process begins. We first hand scrub any stubborn areas with water and our Simple Green and TSP solutions. Next, we use our pressure washer machine and detergents to remove any mold, mildew, or algae. After the treatment, your home will need time to dry. We like drying time to be a total of two to three days.

Step Three: Paint

Now that your home is dry and ready to paint, we can move forward with adding premium caulking on all joint, around windows, and areas that have spacing in between the wood. Caulking is used to prevent future moisture from entering behind wood, which could in turn prevent mold growth or leak damage inside your home.

Priming will begin on all surfaces with oil based or latex primers. This is done to all bare wood areas to increase adhesion of the final paint work. Special priming will also be done on problematic areas with cedar bleed or rust.

Finally, the exterior painting can begin. We use only the highest quality of paints, such as, Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, or California. We will gladly help the homeowner when choosing the right color for your home.

Step Four: Clean and Inspect

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. always likes to keep our work space clean, not only for the aesthetic view, but also for safety reasons. We will always store away paint materials, ladders, drop cloths, and other equipment at the end of each work day. At the end of the job, our crew will inspect the site to make sure that all paint chips and other materials are not on the ground or in landscaping around the home. After our own inspection, we will walk around the site with the homeowner giving you the opportunity to review our work and to provide feedback while we are still on site. Our most important job is to have the customer happy with the results.

Basement/ Attic Finishing

Adding more space in your home by finishing a basement or an attic would be a no brainer! Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. would be there to help every step of the way. Sometimes basements are the better choice for a finishing project especially if they have a walk out door and windows. If the basement feels too cave-like, then head upstairs to the attic. The attic may have more natural light and the character of the home tends to shine through with the style of the roof. Also, most people keep storage in these two rooms of the house, think about having one be finished off, where will you move the storage items to? Basements can be broken into different areas to hold extra stuff, but an attic can be trickier since the shape of the room could already be limiting from the peaks of the house. Either choice will give the homeowner more room to grow without adding onto the foundation.

Additions

Additions are simply additional rooms or spaces added on to the original home. Most of the time it means that the homeowners are outgrowing the space. Thinking about adding on to any room can sound very appealing and can change the whole look of your house. With a bigger kitchen, a bigger living room, or a bigger bedroom, possibilities are endless. You deserve to have the home of your dreams and if adding square footage to your current home is the way to do it, Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. can guide you in the right direction.

Window and Door Replacement

Energy efficiency, home value, and reducing drafts are all great reasons to replace windows and doors in your home. This is one overall renovation, similar to a roof, that will last for years, will be aesthetically pleasing, and will help on the cost of heating and air conditioning all at the same time. Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. will guide you through the this project to make sure your investment in your home is well worth it.

Exterior Carpentry

Our skilled professionals work to repair or replace a multitude of exterior carpentry needs for your home. From siding, trim, doors, windows, decks, stairs, painting, gutters, and roofing, chimneys, our carpenters will find and fix any issue the homeowner may be experiencing. The exterior of any home can withstand only so much wear and tear and harsh weather conditions over time. Every year it seems a new Green product for a home’s exterior comes on the market. This includes composite decking, different railing systems, PVC trim, and many more. During our initial consultation, we can suggest the newest products on the market for your home along with your budget. We also enjoy historical work and would not talk the homeowner out of fixing up the existing exterior to its original appearance. The homeowner’s preference of design and curb appeal dreams will guide the project into a truly timeless application no matter the materials chosen.

Renovations

Are you tired of one part of your home? Maybe you or your children have outgrown the need for certain rooms? Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. will be your solution! Sometimes homeowners renovate to sell and sometimes they renovate to simply live comfortably, whatever the case may be, we have the answer. Homeowners can be as involved in this process as they want to be. We can bring ideas, samples, color palettes to you or tell you about unique design studios or stores that you may want to visit. Our goal is not only for you to have a renovated room in your home, but also have it be functional and safe for years to come.

Pressure/ Power Washing:

Our Process for Pressure/ Power Washing 

The Power Washing team applies the same basic process to each worksite with tailored detergents that best meet the needs of the material and space we will be working with. 

Step One: Evaluation 

Every project starts with a free estimate and a complete assessment of your project. We begin with a conversation with the homeowner to better understand what finish and look they want to achieve. 

Next, we work with the homeowner to select a test area. This space allows us to evaluate the material’s response to our cleaning, stripping, and brightening processes. We count on this step to help us select the best stripping agent, brightening agent, stain, and sealer for your project, if necessary. During this step, we also measure the pre-project moisture content of the material, especially wood. 

Step Two: Cleaning, Stripping and Brightening 

After completing the test area and assessment, we hand scrub and brush the project with the detergents chosen for this specific job. Next, we dive into the stripping and brightening process. Our team selects the stripping, brightening, and neutralizing detergents based on the results of our test area evaluation. We’re dedicated to selecting a product that will get you excellent results. This is when the power wash machine is called to the job site.  After the power wash with the specific agents, we let the project dry for two to three days. This ensures that the moisture is completely out before applying a sealer and stain. 

Step Three: Staining and Sealing 

This step is only necessary when wood is involved, such as a deck. Stain application is usually achieved using several different methods for any given project. We are happy to use a stain color chosen by the homeowner or can recommend oil based or latex colors and finishes. For sealing, we use Tung Oil for optimal long-lasting results.

Siding

Whether it is cedar shingles or vinyl siding, Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. is the one stop shop for it all. We will carefully select a product with your budget, home style, and effort of maintenance in mind. If the homeowner is looking to re- side a full house or add siding to a new structure, the process will be different, but the quality will remain the same for installing siding.

Step One: Remove Existing Siding

Our first step focuses on removing the existing siding, trim, fascia, and soffit, as necessary. We will then inspect the sheathing under the siding and wood trim. At this time, we would inspect all areas in search of damage, mold, or leakage.

Step Two: Installation of Wrap

Installing house wrap is necessary to protect sheathing. We will then flash the windows and doors. Taping the seams of the house wrap provides a water barrier in case of water intrusion.

Step Three: Installation of Inside and Outside Corners

Installing corners gives the home a finished, well-manicured look while preventing water damage. Also, the new siding will tuck neatly into these areas providing the high-quality look that is preferred by our home owners. This step will also include installing of J- Channel and J- Blocks around windows, doors, and electrical components.

Step Four: Starter and Siding Installation

At this time, the starter will be installed around the perimeter of the home which will hold the first row of siding in place. Next, we will start leveling and nailing down the siding to fit neatly into the J-Channel, J-Blocks, and corners. After all siding is tightly secured, we will apply caulking to all necessary areas.

Step Five: Clean and Inspect

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. always likes to keep our work space clean, not only for the aesthetic view, but also for safety reasons. We will always store away siding materials, ladders, drop cloths, and other equipment at the end of each work day. At the end of the job, our crew will inspect the site to make sure that all materials are not on the ground or in landscaping around the home. After our own inspection, we will walk around the site with the homeowner giving you the opportunity to review our work and to provide feedback while we are still on site. Our most important job is to have the customer happy with the results.

Roofing

Replacing a roof on your home is a task that is necessary once the roof has reached its time limit. Once the warranty on the shingles is gone, homeowners can expect to see the aging of the roof rather quickly. Roof replacement or adding a new roof to your home can be the most satisfying responsibility to you and your family. As the saying goes, “A roof over your head.” Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. can keep that roof over your head from falling in!

Step One: Demolition of Old Roof

Our first step consists of clearing away the old roofing materials. We set up drop cloths around the area for easy disposal directly into an onsite dumpster rental. This ensures each day of the project, your home will remain safe to you and your family without having to worry about materials dropping unexpectedly. After removing the ridge cap shingles, we use a shingle fork to remove the old shingles from the top of the roof to the bottom. Next is the removal of the underlayment. We will then walk around your home to clean up any debris that may have been missed.

Step Two: Flashing and Underlayment

Our second step in the roof replacement process would be to inspect the flashing along with installing new flashing over joints. New flashing will be installed at the drip edge, the roof’s valleys, vents, and chimney. After securing all flashing, an ice and water barrier will be installed before the underlayment can be laid down. The underlayment catches rain water and sheds it to not make the sheathing and framing damp or rot underneath.

Step Three: Installation of Roof

Finally, the shingles can begin with starter shingles on the bottom and sides of the roof. We will stagger each row to keep shingles from leaking water. After all shingles are installed, we will inspect the work completed. This is when the homeowner can sit back and enjoy the next thirty plus years with a new beautiful roof.

Tiling

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. is confident that tiling an area in your home, such as a floor, backsplash, or entire wall will add beauty to your home for years to come. Tiles are sold in an array of colors, styles, and sizes and are becoming more popular with interior designers than ever before.

Step One: Prepare the surface

Our first step in this process is to clean the area and remove any moldings, trims, and appliances from walls. Preparing the surface also includes making sure the extra height of the new tiles has clearance after installation under doors, appliances, and cabinets. Next, we will set a sub floor, if necessary, to take care of any unlevel areas.

Step Two: Layout and Adhesion

The layout design of a homeowner’s tiles can add length to a room or add a specific deign element. Our most popular layout is a brick pattern. This pattern breaks up the look of a grid and is pleasing to the eye. Changing the tile look, material, and pattern can transform a room or a whole home.

Once the homeowner decides on the look and pattern of the tiles, we will cut to fit, apply the adhesive, and set. We use spacers in between tiles to ensure each tile has equal measurements of where the grout will be laid.

We start laying out the pattern from the center of the room to ensure that all ends and corners are the tiles to be cut, not the tiles located in the center of the room. The tiles will need 24 hours to set before grouting can begin.

Step Three: Grouting Joints and Polishing

Grout is sold in many colors, but homeowners prefer a gray or beige tone. When choosing a color, remember that this area is the most strenuous to clean since it is in the grooves of the tiles and therefore becomes darker when dirt gets stuck on it. Once grouting starts, spacers are removed, and the beauty of your new floor is revealed. We let the grout sit for 15 to 20 minutes before wiping away any extra with a wet sponge. The sponge will help clean up any residue and smooth the surfaces gently. We will then polish the grout after it has dried and remove any haze on the tile. It is important to let the tile and grout settle in before fully using it for 72 hours for heavy use. A polish or a sealer can be added at this point to ensure the grout lasts.

Hardwood Flooring

Wood floor installation creates a look that can not be replicated. Seeing a new hardwood floor where carpet once was gives the home a total fresh timeless look. Whether you are planning on ripping up carpet or adding a floor to a new addition, your home will be forever changed. Hardwood flooring is durable and lasts a lifetime. We will help the homeowner choose the right wood for the job, and also give ideas on the stain and finish to satisfy your needs. Wood floors expand and contract depending on the humidity and climate of a room; this is normal, however, not hiring a licensed professional can make a big mess in this department. Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. understands the quality of each wood along with the proper installation techniques to make sure that your flooring has breathing room as it should. We are positive that hardwood flooring in your home will only add value for when it is time to sell, if you see yourself in your forever home, that’s even better since your floors are there to stay.

Floor Refinishing

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. offers floor refinishing for the dull, scratched, and stained wood floors that you may see in your home. Over time furniture nicks, scratches, and makes imprints into floors; not to mention the stains or sun spots that seem to appear when you move a rug into a different location. Floor refinishing can also come in handy when buying a new home that has flooring but you are not a fan of the basic stain color or finish that was used. We will arrive and give you a few of our ideas during our consultation. Next, we will bring in our sanders and cover all areas and rooms in order to keep the dust to a minimum. Once sanding is finished, we will locate any repairs that need to be made. After everything is repaired the staining process will start. Drying time will be necessary for the stain as well as time for multiple coats of the stain in general to achieve the desired look. Once the stain is where it needs to be regarding color, we will start on the polish, wax, or varnish. The homeowner will have a choice of appearance and durability, from matte to glossy the options seem endless. Once the process is done, your refinished wood floor will look brand new.

Masonry and Patios

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. is skilled in all masonry work. Our project scope includes stone walkways, paved patios, stone walls, concrete sidewalks and steps, and the list goes on and on. Refinishing or adding a new walkway, wall, steps, or patio can add value to the exterior of your home or it can fix safety issues that you may have from wear and tear. Some materials break down over time due to weather or the shifting of your home. Retaining walls play a significant role in the safety of your home and foundation but can also be a wonderful addition to the aesthetic of your curb appeal. We work with plenty of materials such as brick, concrete, pavers, slate, flagstone, cobblestone, rock, and many more. The possibilities are endless when it comes to design ideas for your outdoor masonry needs. A simple design can be turned into the perfect plan for a landscaper’s dream. Think of a boring straight concrete walkway from your front door being transformed into a winding paved oasis with a circle design leading to not only your sidewalk, but also directly to your driveway. We will happily work with you to bring those dreams to reality.

Deck Repair/ Rejuvenation:

Our Process for Deck Repair/ Rejuvenation 

Step One: Inspection and Preparation 

Our first step is to inspect the deck in its entirety. We will look for any rot, weak spots, and house connection issues.  Next, we find out from the home owner what they have in mind for the project. This could be anything from fixing the broken stair to a whole deck redesign.  Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. will give our feedback and supply ideas that will be structurally feasible in the space and in budget. Then, we clear and clean out the rotted or unwanted deck framing or flooring. Our most important part of deck renovation is safety. The deck will be closed off while we are working to prevent falling and injuries. Please be aware this could last several days. 

Step Two: Installation 

New footings and new framing will be installed and concrete will be dry before working on the next step in the process.  Floor boards, steps, and railings will be cut and fitted.  Iwano and Sons Construction works with wood, PVC, and Trex systems for decking. Each material will have their own process such as the hidden screws that can be added with Trex. This is all the homeowner’s preference and can be decided based on maintenance requirements and longevity of the decking. 

Step Three: Clean and Inspect 

If the decking renovation only required a few new floor boards or new railings, the homeowner would benefit from adding a power wash service to the whole deck. This will help maintain the old deck appearance with the new. Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. always likes to keep our work space clean, not only for the aesthetic view, but also for safety reasons.  At the end of the job, our crew will inspect the site to make sure that all loose materials, such as nails, are cleaned up and all deck furniture and décor is back in the original place.

Custom Shelving

We are proud to offer the service of custom shelving to our customers. This showcases our passion for carpentry and our creative mindset. We will work with the homeowner to achieve the perfect plan for all their shelving needs, whether it is a mud room shelf, over laundry storage, or a complete closet overhaul. We have had the pleasure of building everything from complete dining room hutches and buffets to eclectic, modern bookshelves. If you have something in mind, but can’t seem to find it at any store, think of a custom shelf by Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. instead.

Commercial Janitorial Services

Our staff is highly equipped to serve all common areas of commercial properties with janitorial needs. We offer this service to apartment complexes, commercial businesses, property managers, and condominiums. If your business is looking to hire professionals that understand the quality that residents and employees expect, please look to Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc for all your answers.

Commercial Labor Services

Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. offers labor services to all of our commercial clients. Whether it is a simple power wash of the exterior or a massive remodel of all unit kitchens, we can provide a team of professionals to get the job done. We work with many apartment and condominium complexes to fulfill all your needs in an emergency setting or a planned bid. Our regional work and the areas we cover will be a benefit with multiple properties to care for. Interior painting, roofing, window and door installation, flooring, tiling, and cabinetry are just some of the skills that we have proven in the property management market. Please contact us for references and we will be happy to meet in person for a one on one consultation.

Commercial Renovations and Repairs

Our renovations and repairs of commercial spaces have grown throughout our 10 years in business. We provide a team that understands the quality and standards of your properties which leads us to grow a relationship of trust. Iwano and Sons Construction, Inc. prides itself on having client relationships that last past the work of one single repair. We will be your one stop shop for all bidding and consulting regarding repairs and renovations. We service apartment complexes, commercial businesses, property management firms, and condominiums. Let us add you to our list of clients to start proving that Iwano and Sons has everything you have been looking for in a construction company on a personal, local level.

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