We Are Flexible!
We are very flexible, and will do everything possible to accommodate your needs.
We’ve developed a standardized three-step process for getting your project started – see below for details. The final step of the standard process results in a Construction Contract that includes a schedule, fixed price, and a defined scope of work.
Building your new project is an exciting and important endeavor, and GMH Construction wants the process to be as smooth and enjoyable as possible. That is why we provide each of our clients with access to a secure website with the details of their project.
Whether you are at home, at work, on the road, or on vacation, GMH Construction puts information at your fingertips about your selections, upgrades, financial decisions, questions, documents, photos, and more. You can learn more in the following video:
How To Get Started
At GMH Construction we use a three-step approach to help homeowners understand their options, improve the accuracy of project cost prior to the construction contract, and ultimately, maximize the return on the investment for the homeowner.
Step 1: Consultation and Initial Estimate:
Meeting to discuss your project at your home allows us to identify the scope of the job and discuss budgets. We will then contact you for a follow up appointment in approximately 2 to 3 weeks to present an estimate for your project, and, if needed, a design agreement with basic floor plans.
Step 2: The Design Process:
The Design Retainer allows us to design intelligently and accurately estimate the project cost. This important work has great value: accurate budgets, excellent design, maximum return-on-investment, better planning by the contractor, and better decision making by the homeowner. The well-built home is less expensive to live in, maintain, heat and cool.
We partner with some of the best design professionals in the area. Depending on the scope of your project, we may bring in the designer whom we think is best-suited to design and collaborate with you on your project. With design refinements, selections, and further assessment taking place, we work to finalize the budgets and to create a detailed Construction Contract.
Step 3: Construction Contract:
Signing the Construction Contract is the final step which includes scheduling a start date for your project. We pride ourselves on creating accurate contracts, realistic schedules and good quality control to assure an outstanding end result. For most projects, we have a fixed price contract, which outlines the scope of work to be completed, and the cost to complete the job.