As your premier full-service contracting provider, we implement, oversee, and follow through on a myriad of different construction and renovation-related jobs. At this point you might be asking yourself, why do I need a general contractor, and what exactly is it that they do? It’s a simple question that requires a multi-faceted answer. For starters, our main job is to oversee any construction project. If you’ve ever witnessed any sort of construction project, you know first-hand it’s a detailed process that is impossible to forecast. Even the most detailed and well-executed plans can fall victim to unforeseen circumstances and issues.
Most people don’t possess the skillset needed to oversee a complicated contracting job. As the customer, that very fact is to be expected. Furthermore, you shouldn’t have to worry about every little issue you may encounter, which is why we act as your competent liaison. We ensure the entire process runs smoothly, and when it doesn’t, we iron it out in the most efficient way possible. Detroit General Contractors deal well with adversity and ambiguity and are accustomed to encountering issues that require swift action. We often take complex, jargony information and condense it eloquently so our customers can implicitly understand what’s happening. Other construction companies in Detroit are merely concerned with getting the job done as quickly as possible, without your involvement. At Detroit General Contractors, we’re built differently. It is our job to not only keep you updated and safe during the entire process.
In addition to exemplary customer service, our Detroit contractors are all accredited, licensed, and insured. We hold our team members to an incredibly high standard and won’t settle for anything less than excellence and integrity. Other construction companies in Detroit might offer decent enough service but in the world of construction, your property must be compliant in every way. We take care of the logistical side of construction work, ensuring you are always in regulatory compliance. If a contractor is offering you shortcuts and the deal seems too good to be true, it probably is.
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