General Contractor in Redding, California
A home construction or remodeling project involves an overwhelming amount of details—permits to obtain, codes to follow, structural issues to resolve, and building plans to implement. Even for smaller projects, multiple subcontractors may be required. So when you’re building or remodeling your home, enlist a Redding general contractor like Optimize Construction to help you see the project through from start to finish.
We Know Construction Management
As a licensed and bonded contractor, we’ll take on responsibility for the work that is performed on your project. With us, you can breathe easy, knowing that your home project is in capable hands and will proceed according to spec even when you’re not on site. Whether it’s a custom home, a whole-house remodel, or a simple update, we’re prepared to handle it.
We’ll handle the details so you don’t have to. As your general contractor, we will:
- manage the contract budget.
- obtain building permits.
- implement building codes.
- plan the sequencing of the project.
- schedule subcontractors, such as excavators, masons, plumbers, carpenters, electricians, roofers, painters, and HVAC installers.
- procure materials, labor, and equipment.
- ensure safe construction practices.
Building or remodeling your home is no small feat. But a general contractor like Optimize Construction will simplify the process and deliver the results you’re looking for. Your home is an investment and we’ll make sure that every part of it is built to last.
We Know Industry Requirements
And we know how to combine function and design in your home project. Whether you’re wanting to build a new home or update your existing home, we are prepared to provide expert service. General contracting requires both big-picture vision and meticulous attention to detail. With Optimize Construction, you’ll get both.
Your home is our priority. Let us manage your building project and take a load off your shoulders. Schedule a general contracting consultation for your Redding home today. You’ll be glad you did.