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Whitetail Construction’s attention to detail, focus on customer service, and good old fashioned family values has quickly earned them a reputation as one of the top remodeling companies in the Erie Pennsylvania area. With an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau, this company prides themselves on their unmatched workmanship and doing the job right the first time. Their wide range of services includes residential and commercial remodeling, kitchen and bath remodels, additions, new construction to include custom built homes, siding, gutters, windows and doors, painting, flooring, construction management, insurance restoration and more.
Whitetail Construction & Services, Inc operates out of Erie, PA and holds a Commercial & Residential General... license according to the Pennsylvania contractors license board.
Whitetail Construction & Services, Inc has a BuildZoom score of 120 and is rated in the top 5% of 125,106 contractors in Pennsylvania.
Remodeling Advice 3 answers
A lot of contractors go with personal preference... That being said, both companies offer superb warranties! Generally I do not stick to a particular shingle, I asked the homeowner what it is exactly they are looking to accomplish. What I mean by this is are you going to be staying in the home,... Read full answer
My master bedroom floor (currently carpet over plywood, I suspect) squeaks like there are springs under the floor when I walk across it. At different times of the year different parts of the floor squeak. I am thinking of taking up the carpet to work on this, but not sure what to do at that point. Any advice?
Your floor boards are squeeking due to them becoming loose and lifting. This is usually due to expansion and contraction from the change in humidity levels in the home. First thing you need to decide is if you are going to pull the carpeting up. If so you need to ask yourself what are you going... Read full answer
Let's say the gross revenue from a bathroom remodel is $30,000.
How does that figure breakdown for you in terms of:
Cost of materials
Cost to secure permits / admin stuff
Cost of labor for any subs
Cost of your time
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?
Profit margin will be different for everyone... What each person needs to take into consideration aside from materials and actual labor is company overhead: office labor from estimator right down to your secretary (don't forget yourself), all insurances and taxes, rent, utilities, etc. Once one... Read full answer
Key Business Information
- Status: Active
- State: Pennsylvania
- Type: Commercial & Residential General Contracting
- Date Issued: 8/30/2009
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