About Us


Frequently Asked Questions


While I'm interviewing contractors, what questions should I ask?


  • Are you Licensed & Insured?
    TBE is and would be glad to show you our credentials.


  • Who will manage the project on-site?
    TBE will let you know who will be on your project and when.


  • How much of your business is repeat or referral business?
    97% of TBE Construction's business is from good word of mouth.


  • How will I live with my space during remodel?
    TBE will come up with a plan that will make your project manageable for your lifestyle.


  • How will I know what's happening next?
    TBE Construction does a daily communication report of each project. You will know what is happening each step of the way.


  • Of the many questions you can ask during an interview, the most important question is one you must ask yourself: "Do I feel comfortable with and trust the person I am about to hire?"
    Your answer to that last question should make the hiring decision a little easier.


How much should my project cost?


  • TBE will estimate the project in a detailed contract.
  • The contract will clearly state the scope of work and costs.
  • Any changes that might be needed will be negotiated with the owner prior to work being done.


How long should my project take?


  • TBE will give you an estimated timeframe.
  • TBE will communicate with you daily during the course of your
    work and will update you if the timeframe changes.


What can I expect to do while a project is being done?


  • Communication – A daily report will be sent to you updating you on your project's progress.
  • Site cleanliness – We treat your home like it was our own. Site cleanliness is of the utmost importance to us and TBE makes your comfort our top priority.


How important is it for my remodeling contractor to be licensed and insured?


  • It's very important. If licensing is required in your state or town, ask for proof of licensing or call the issuing municipality to verify the license. For insurance, ask for a proof of insurance or call the insurance company with whom the contractor is insured to verify coverage.