If you still need to know more after reading the questions and answers below, please call us at 734-844-8420 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Yes. We have crews on the job throughout the year.
Feel free to call our office at 734-844-8420 and ask for references for your particular type of project.
Canton Construction has been licensed and operating in the State of Michigan for over a decade. Our license number is 2101114127. We carry all of the standard, required insurance.
Canton Construction partners with Key Bank to offer our customers a number of financing options. Of course, you may want to discuss financial with your bank officer as well.
Rule of thumb is that you should get bids from at least three companies. Make sure the bids are written so that you can compare “apples to apples,” meaning that all three bids contain exactly the same specifications.
Price should not be your only consideration. You should take into account the quality of the materials the contractors will be using. Also, choose the company you feel most comfortable with, feel you can trust; one who will pay attention to you and your concerns.
Yes, a signed contract is absolutely necessary. Our contracts detail the total project, so there will be no surprises. This includes the scope of the project, approximate start and completion dates, project specifications, a payment schedule, responsibilities of the contractor and the client, provisions for change orders, warranties, alternative dispute resolutions and a federally mandated rescission clause, enabling you to cancel the agreement within three days of signing.
Whether you build or remodel, we will provide a payment schedule with payments split over the total project. Payments are tied to significant stages of the project and payments are due as these parts of the job are completed. For projects such as a total kitchen remodel, larger amounts of money are required at the beginning to cover the cost of ordering appliances, etc.
Before actually beginning work, we will meet with you to determine the scope of your project. We then draw up a contract and have you sign it. Next, our in-house design specialist draws up preliminary plans. Once you have approved the preliminary plans, the blueprints are printed and we set the start date for your project.
Typically, the steps are as follows:
- Meetings with you to pick out the special features and products you want for your project
- Products are ordered and shipped
- Site preparation followed by demolition, if necessary
Your project should proceed on schedule, providing the weather or other unforeseen conditions don't interfere. We meet with you regularly to keep you completely updated on the progress. We are on the job site daily and available by phone to handle your questions or concerns. Once the required inspections are done, you can begin to enjoy the results.