Barrington One Construction, LLC
Remodeling Contractor Serving Fort Worth and Surrounding Areas
Remodeling projects become a reality when you hire Barrington One Construction, L.L.C. Discover the difference starting with our complimentary estimate and view our work and testimonies. Serving Fort Worth and surrounding areas for 32 years, we have come to know our trade very well. As a result, we have developed a system that enables you to move through the remodeling process with less stress efficiently.
This F.A.Q. page covers frequently asked questions regarding our services, questions that most customers have asked us over the years of providing exemplary construction services in the Fort Worth area. If you don’t see the answer you are looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us directly, and we will address your issues personally.
How are payments made, and when are they made?
With our contracts, we detail payments as work is completed. Financially we walk with you through the stages of completed work and passed inspections if required, giving you control of the project with minimal risk. Our payments as the work progress provide you with peace of mind and lock in your investment at every stage. We don’t do one section and jump to another for the sake of getting a check. Our system ensures you are on a budget and your project is organized by building cohesively.
How many of your customers come from repeat business or referrals from existing or previous customers?
We are fortunate to have a large following. Customers come back to us. But, as you will see when you check our references, there is a reason for such a loyal client base.
What about permits?
We obtain permits, drawings, insurance certificates when needed and meet with inspectors. You will receive the green or passed tags for your records at every step in the process.
Does Barrington One Construction, L.L.C. have Insurance?
Yes, Insurance is necessary to protect your remodeling project and home. Barrington One Construction, L.L.C. has a 1 million insurance policy for your protection. We can increase the coverage depending on the home improvement project.
What should I be asking my contractor?
When looking at various contractors, it is essential to know how much experience they offer. Referrals should be available. Insurance has to be enough to cover the project and your entire home. Ask do your workers specialize in their trades? A good relationship with your contractor is essential but make sure your contractor listens to your input. Make sure you talk to the person responsible for working on your remodel and not just a salesman who has no idea what to look for or answer detailed questions.
What about materials?
The materials we use are stipulated in the estimate. We do not cut corners and install an inferior product to save money. There are many ways to fit a budget with finishing surfaces but the materials under them and the parts you do not see is the most important to ensure longevity and integrity of the remodeling project. Most of the time, the price difference is only a few hundred dollars to do the job right.
What is a change order?
A change order is a written statement signed by the customer authorizing the contractor to do additional work not included in the original contract. The change order should be signed before the extra work is started, but it is not required to keep the project moving in some cases. The amount specified is due when the project is completed.
A change order also may be written when a contractor comes across any unforeseen damage or problem. We do not like change orders so you are not likely to see one unless you decide to do extra work or upgrade materials.
What kind of warranty do you carry?
We stand behind our work and will follow up on manufacturers’ warranties if needed. The organization is why it’s so important to have one company that handles all the paperwork and receipts. Then, if something does come up, you only need to call us. We take on everything without you having to locate multiple contractors. Standing by our customers is what makes the Barrington One difference.