Frequently Asked Questions
What do I need to do before construction/remodeling starts?
We recommend doing a design consultation with us. You'll come away with clear plans that ensure your vision, budget, and goals are considered from the very beginning.
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Can you work on my project if I already have a design?
Yes. We can help you no matter what stage your project is in.
Do you offer interior design services?
Yes, we have experienced, professional designers, who can turn your ideas into reality.
Can you install materials I have already purchased?
No, but we work with a wide range of high-quality manufacturers from all over the United States and beyond, and can make recommendations from their product lines. We aren't tied to any single manufacturer, so you will have plenty of options to choose from.
How will I be kept up-to-date on project progress?
As soon as your project starts, we have weekly meetings which include update reports. This regular communication is the best way to keep you aware of progress and up-to-date on every detail.
What level of quality can I expect from TBS?
We are truly committed to doing excellent work that stands the test of time. Our project managers are on-site every day during the work process, and the owner of TBS Construction visits every job site to ensure that everything is going as planned.
We lives in WA at a time while property is in CA so handling such a major project remotely to put it lightly is little stressful. But from the beginning Mamuka, the owner, seemed to fully understand that so he was very detailed in he's quote and also when explaining work that needed to be done.
Similarly during the process he made sure that I was up to date with frequent on site pictures and updates. Also we had to make few course corrections as more work was discovered during demolition and Mamuka was very clear and up front about it.