...Nabo's General Construction...

...Lic# 907903...

About N.G.C

 

Founded by Nabo’s General Costruction in 2007, our company specializes in residential remodeling, home construction. For more than 7 years, N.G.C. has been building relationships with San Diego homeowners to become one of San Diego counties most trusted home remodelers. Over these many years, we have transformed hundred of homes and earned our reputation. It's likely that someone in your neighborhood, even your own family, has enjoyed the personal touches that come with every Nabo’s home remodel project. As a full service contractor (CSLB license #907903), N.G.C. specializes in single story expansions & additions, kitchens, baths and complete home remolding. We ensure that your remodel job will be completed when promised, as promised, and within budget. During construction we keep your inconvenience to a minimum is a priority and we'll use our relationships with suppliers, trades people and inspectors to keep your project on time and on budget.

 

What We Do & More

 

New Construction, Handyman Services, Full House Remodeling, Tenant Improvement, Plumbing

Electrical, Cement, Landscaping, Custom Work, Roofing, Painting, Drywall, Texture

Popcorn Removal, Windows, Flooring Of All Types, Demolition

Mush More For All Your Needs

 

Some Helpful Tips

 

TIPS 1: For Home Remodeling

Ask your friends and relatives about their experiences with remodeling, and whom they've hired. Beware of contractors that advertise price. There is no way to 100% accurately estimate your project site unseen. A detailed on-site inspection is the only accurate way to truly estimate, an online quote is one way to get the ball rolling. Call the Contractors State License Board at 916-255-4041 and The Better Business Bureau at 858-496-2131 to get valuable information about remodeling... before you remodel.

Do not choose a contractor only because they present the lowest price. If you are considering only the lowest bidder, beware! Quality of Materials or workmanship shows. And, as the years go by, it shows even more. Everything must be in writing. It's your right... demand it. A complete set of project specifications that you can understand is vital. Also, insist on a formal design plan. Without it, there is no way you can receive an accurate quote. Follow through. An important part of remodeling is the feeling of confidence with the people you will be working with. Remember salesman and designers do not hold hammers. Insist on meeting the Project Manager that will be responsible for your remodel. If your contractor doesn't have a Project Manager...brace yourself and prepare for problems.

Get references. Before you choose a contractor, call some of his customers that are presently under construction, and clients whose work was completed within the past 3 years. Ask lots of questions. You might even ask if you can visit their project. Have patience. Do not be rushed into decisions. Take whatever time you need to feel completely comfortable with the contractor you choose.

 

 

TIPS 2: TRUST In Your Contractor Choice

Typically, a contractor that has been in business for at least 5 years or more is a more reliable choice. However, it isn't always safe to assume that the age of a contractor's license represents how long the company has actually been in business. Sometimes a contractor's license has been purchased. Ask for a proof of incorporation date to verify how long the firm has actually been in business.

Request information from the Contractors State License Board at (916) 255-4041i and the Better Business Bureau at (619) 496-2131. You can obtain the contractor's complaint story, and see if they have any citations. This information is available by fax, mail or on the web. Ultimately, make sure you have a clear contract, and the specifications are on the blueprints in understandable lay terms. Be apprehensive of any contractor who is vague, or won't put his promises in writing or doesn't do customary up front work... plans, specifications, or a written proposal. Secure a total commitment to customer satisfaction. There are lots of moving parts and people that are key to successful home remodel. Make sure you are kept well informed, and any concerns are handled quickly. Take whatever time you need to check and double check the contractor's references of recently completed jobs. Any reliable contractor will be more than happy to provide you with such a list.