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Dave Lane Construction Co

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36 Years in Business

About the contractor

Dave Lane Construction has been serving the Southern California area for over 30 years. They have been a member of the Better Business Bureau since 1997 with an A+ rating. Dave Lane Construction specializes in custom home designs and provides guaranteed satisfaction. They are proud to offer customers all the services needed to keep and improve the beauty and value of their home. Some areas of expertise include; custom home building, kitchen and bathroom renovations, room additions, window and door installation, and custom decks and patios. They service; Thousand Oaks, Calabasas, Malibu, Ventura, Los Angeles, Orange County and the surrounding area.


Dave Lane Construction Co operates out of Thousand Oaks, CA and holds a General Building Contractor license according to the California contractors license board.

We were able to verify 22 building permits associated with Dave Lane Construction Co. Check out their permit history below to see where they have worked and what type of work they have done in the past. Please note that this is not a comprehensive list of every project they have completed; just the projects we have been able to verify with the local permit authority.

Dave Lane Construction Co has a BuildZoom score of 125 and is rated in the top 1% of 336,931 contractors in California.

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Contact Info

1220 Calle Castano, Thousand Oaks, CA 91360
(805) 493-9229

Building Permits Filed by Dave Lane Construction Co

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September 11, 2008 - 1256 Calle Castano, Thousand Oaks, CA

One family residential

Value: $51,527 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Addition to single family dwl w/garage | Square feet: 468 | Job value: 51527 | Parcel number: 674-0-144-025 | Permit #: 08-3056

February 29, 2008 - 2704 Lakeridge Ln, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $3,519 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Patio | Square feet: 169 | Job value: 3519 | Parcel number: 699-0-091-225 | Permit #: 08-556

September 10, 2007 - 1409 Sapphire Dragon St, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $3,900 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Alteration of single family dwl w/garage | Square feet: 0 | Job value: 3900 | Parcel number: 667-0-261-295 | Permit #: 07-3596

June 19, 2007 - 3963 Corte Cancion, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $3,831 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: New retaining wall | Square feet: 184 | Job value: 3831 | Parcel number: 592-0-221-125 | Permit #: 07-2411

April 6, 2007 - 1404 Sapphire Dragon St, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $9,431 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Addition to single family dwl w/garage | Square feet: 90 | Job value: 9431 | Parcel number: 667-0-262-125 | Permit #: 07-1313

April 6, 2007 - 1631 El Cerrito Dr, Thousand Oaks, CA

Single family estate

Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Plumbing work | Square feet: 0 | Job value: 0 | Parcel number: 678-0-271-165 | Permit #: 07-1316

February 16, 2007 - 3963 Corte Cancion, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $88,656 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Addition to single family dwl w/garage | Square feet: 742 | Job value: 88656 | Parcel number: 592-0-221-125 | Permit #: 07-637

November 22, 2006 - 4807 Canterbury St, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Value: $2,656 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Addition to single family dwl w/garage | Square feet: 193 | Job value: 2656 | Parcel number: 690-0-401-385 | Permit #: 06-4929

October 18, 2006 - 4807 Canterbury St, Thousand Oaks, CA

Residential planned dev

Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: Plumbing & electrical work | Square feet: 0 | Job value: 0 | Parcel number: 690-0-401-385 | Permit #: 06-4382

August 8, 2006 - 1631 El Cerrito Dr, Thousand Oaks, CA

Single family estate

Value: $9,994 | Business on permit: Dave Lane Construction | Type: New retaining wall | Square feet: 480 | Job value: 9994 | Parcel number: 678-0-271-165 | Permit #: 06-3266

Reviews of Dave Lane Construction Co

July 27, 2012

Dave and his guys are very dependable. They do top quality work. They were neat and always cleaned up at the end of the day. Dave's suggestions were right on. He has very good taste and knows what works. Dave & his team were at our home for over 3 months. They were fun to have around and very trustworthy. We feel that any job we have Dave do wi...

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July 24, 2012

Dave and his crew are top notch! We did a significant addition plus other remodeling and they were great every step of the way. When someone is basically living with you for 6 months, you better like and respect them -- and I do both. He and the team were very prompt, considerate, honest, fair, and delivered excellent craftsmanship. I valued ...

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July 19, 2012

Dave is one of the nicest guys you will ever meet! He is also very professional. I now know 3 other people that have used Dave as a contractor, and we all agree how great he is! Dave and his crew are not only extremely hardworking, they are nice people and more importantly they are honest! I felt totally comfortable leaving my house while t...

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July 16, 2012

Dave did a quite a bit of remodel work for us in our house. He is able to do it all with good craftsmenship and his work is high-quality. He is also very dependable and ensures everything is coordinated well. He is easy to work with and very responsive.

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What is a good profit margin on a bathroom remodeling project?
Asked on March 2, 2013 by Jiyan


Let's say the gross revenue from a bathroom remodel is $30,000.  



How does that figure breakdown for you in terms of: 




  1. Cost of materials 


  2. Cost to secure permits / admin stuff 


  3. Cost of labor for any subs


  4. Cost of your time 


  5. Profit 



I've heard that a realistic goal seems to be about a 20% profit margin after all is said and done.  Is this too low or too high? How do you think about the project breakdown when you are pricing? 

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I figure everyhting its going to take to complete a bathroom at my cost. Then i multiply that number by 35-45% this profit will cover my profit and overhead and my time. I don't get them all but when I do the customer gets personalized service from beginning to end. Read full answer

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How can I repair damage to my hardwood floor?
Asked on February 9, 2013 by Anomymous


I recently dropped a Hookah charcoal on my hardwood flooring and it caused some damage.  The finish was damaged however the wood itself seems to be intact.  I spoke with one contractor who said I needed to completely replace the floor however I’m interested in getting some advice on how to proceed.  Here is what the damage looks like:





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If you have any pieces of flooring left over that one bad piece can be replaced. If not a good floor refinisher could probably help you. Read full answer

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Key License Information

  • License #: 684602
  • Status: Active
  • State: California
  • Type: General Building Contractor
  • Date Issued: 1994-02-25

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  • Insurer: State Compensation Insurance Fund
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  • Bonded Agent: Financial Pacific Insurance Company
  • Bond Value: $12,500
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  • Dave Lane Construction Co has completed multiple projects based on building permit records.

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Here are some of the rules, regulations, and laws governing contractors in California

Does Dave Lane Construction Co carry a valid contracting license?

In California, any remodeling or construction project that exceeds $500 (labor and materials), requires a contractor to have an active license with the California Contractor State License Board (CSLB).

Dave Lane Construction Co currently holds license 684602 ((General Building Contractor)), which was Active when we last checked.

How important is contractor licensing in California?

The CSLB is one of the highest rated licensing boards in the US. Applicants are required to pass a written board exam and prove at least four years of prior, relevant work experience. In addition, the CSLB requires all license holders to maintain at least $2,500 in operating capital and provides you with a range of other consumer protections.

Your liability risk when hiring Dave Lane Construction Co

Contractors in California are required to carry workers' compensation insurance if they have employees and proof of liability insurance with the cumulative limit of $1 million for licensees with five or fewer persons, and an additional 100,000 for each additional member over five, not to exceed $5 million total.

Financial recourse when hiring Dave Lane Construction Co

All licensed contractors in California are required to maintain a bond, which provides you with financial recourse in case they perform defective work or violate license regulations. If you feel as though you have been taken advantage of, you should leave feedback on the BuildZoom's contractor profile and file a complaint with the CSLB.

Dave Lane Construction Co has a $12,500 bond with Financial Pacific Insurance Company.

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