Frequently Asked Questions
Do you offer Free Estimates for Remodel work
For smaller remodel work we do offer free estimates. For larger, multi-room remodel estimates with significant changes, we charge a small fee that is deducted from your start-of-work deposit. The reason for the small fee is to cover our time to prepare a broken out, detailed estimate.
Do you work directly with the Insurance company?
Yes. The insurance company may have a contractor they recommend, however, they have the best interest of the insurance company in mind. The saying “You get what you pay for” is very true when it comes to the quality of work performed. When you work with Bowers Plumbing & Remodel, LLC, we work for you, the homeowner, and we have your best interest in mind. We take pride in our work and provide you with the highest skilled labor possible.
Do you offer design for new additions or remodeling projects?
No, at this time we do not offer design. However, we have great recommendations for some of these choices.
Can you handle all aspects of the project from beginning to end?
Absolutely! We handle each step of your project. If our team is not directly doing portions of the work, it is performed by a well-vetted, well-trusted vendor.
Do you protect areas of the home that are not being worked on? I’m worried about damage.
We care about keeping your home protected and safe. Our team lays down floor protection, barriers, and dust zones. For larger projects, we also schedule a cleaning service appointment for when we are finished.
How will I know what’s going on with my remodel project? Do you provide updates and progress schedules?
Communication matters. You can expect to receive daily updates of who will be there, what they are doing, and when to expect them. We will communicate in the best way for you, whether that is by text, phone, email, or a combination of the three.
Do I have one person of contact that will manage my project?
We understand the need to have one person who knows all about your project. Your estimator is also your project manager. He or she will follow your home project through completion.