Why Powell Construction?

  • Established in 1990
  • Design-Build Experts
  • Clear Communication
  • Detailed Estimates
  • Fixed Price Contracts
  • Printed Schedules
  • Many Repeat Customers
  • Award Winning Designs

“I think part of Powell’s success must surely lie in their willingness to take the extra time to really listen to their clients’ needs and ideas. I also was impressed with the way they kept us well informed throughout each step of the construction process. Our second-story addition and remodel progressed right on time and within budget. Through it all, the talented, good-natured people from Powell Construction were always thoughtful and considerate of our pets, our neighbors, and our family life. We could not be more pleased with either the process or the results! With many, many thanks and the highest recommendations.”

— Caryn Davis

Your Remodeling Estimate

Sometimes we are asked how much remodeling is per square foot? Consider this auto analogy: If you walk into a car lot that sells all types of cars and ask how much a car costs per square foot you would be asked which type of car you want? Do you like the Ford or the Mercedes? Which options would you like? Only by knowing all the details can the car salesman give you a price. And so it is with remodeling as well.

Accurate plans and selections are essential to an accurate remodeling estimate. Although rough ballpark prices are given early in the process, the exact cost cannot be determined until all the details and selections are known. Once your plans are to this point we schedule a subcontractor walk-through at your house and give a complete set of plans to each of the key subcontractors involved in your project. With vital input from each of the subcontractors, we can be confident that our estimate is the most accurate possible. Our estimates are five to twelve pages long with a clear indication of everything that is included and excluded.

When you are comparing contractors, consider how much detail they are willing to share. We believe in subcontractor transparency so that you can make educated decisions about your project.
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