PLANNING & PRE-CONSTRUCTION
Our first meeting will be to determine the scope of work for your project and get enough information to provide a rough estimate.
Estimates will be based on our experience and market averages and will have allowances for any unselected materials. In order to provide you with a more accurate proposal, all jobs must next go through the design process.
A design contract may be required before drawing up plans and working with our design team to select all necessary finishes. Our designer will meet with you to determine your needs and help steer you toward products that suit your lifestyle. We will ensure that all products will work in their intended applications while also considering your overall budget. Some selections may cause estimated costs for labor to increase, therefore all details need to be determined before we can provide an accurate proposal. Finalizing plans and finishes before breaking ground on your project will help us to stick to the timeline and avoid unnecessary delays and costly changes.
After finalizing selections, we will submit a proposal that reflects the costs of items you have chosen and make any desired changes.
Once all selections have been signed off on, we will proceed to a definitive contract and determine a potential start date and projected timeline.
After going to contract, our Design/Sales team will meet with you and the job supervisor on-site to go over the scope of work and to discuss logistics.
CONSTRUCTION & POST-COMPLETION
Once permits are obtained, construction can begin. We will ensure we do our very best to protect your home during the demolition and construction phase. Your site supervisor will meet with you regularly throughout the duration of the project to ensure your satisfaction with the quality of work and to address any questions or concerns you may have along the way.
To ensure your satisfaction with the finished product, your supervisor will schedule a walk-through of the site to address any punch list items that require attention.
After final inspection of all mechanicals we will obtain the Certificate of Occupancy from the building inspector confirming that all work is up to code.
When we are finished with your project, your supervisor will walk the site with you one last time to have you sign-off on the completion of the work and your warranty will begin.
Congratulations on your beautiful new home!
Anderson & Rodgers stands behind our work. We offer a comprehensive one year warranty as designed by the Building Industry Association of Central Kentucky.