What We Do





Other Projects

The Little Things

Things to Think About


Contact Us
Licensed, Bonded and Insured
License Number QUENTCL966D6
Phone 206.953.8197 Fax 206.937.6753

Things to Think About

Every job is unique. A number of questions come up though, and many of those are asked regarding every job. Hopefully this will answer some of your questions. If not, feel free to call (the number is at the bottom of each page).

---How does the bidding process work? We will meet with you to discuss your project and what you envision the final project will look like. We will calculate what it takes to create your vision and get back to you. During this process we will discuss various cost levels for fixtures, cabinetry, etc. Depending on those cost levels, we may return to you with several estimates for the entire project, one for each fixture cost level.

---How long will the project last? We will give you an estimated time of completion. The end time is always somewhat flexible due to elements of a job that are out of our control. This is especially true if we are ordering unusual items for construction and must wait for those items to be delivered. In older homes we often run into safety issues buried under old construction. We do everything in our power to keep to the time estimate though.

---How do we choose what fixtures and cabinets we may want? There are so many options for fixtures, cabinets, etc. Our links page will offer websites of companies offering those items we've had great success in working with. You are not limited to the sources we suggest. Over the years we have discovered some products are better than others and last longer than others. Please feel free to ask us for suggestions. Our links page will continue to grow over time.

---What happens when the project is done? Our goal is to get into your project, create something you will enjoy for the time you are in your home and complete the project. A project usually ends with lots of little detail work. We like to get those details finished as quickly as possible so you can get into your new space as quickly as possible. There is nothing worse than being "almost there" for any length of time.

The contents of this page Copyright 2009 Quentin Construction LLc