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About Us

 

Houston Remodeling Contractor

 

As a Houston remodeling contractor, finding an experienced, reliable, trustworthy, company is key.
 
The goal of Houston Home Repair Service is, you’re happy with our service and work at the end of your project. As a result, if you’re happy with our service and work, you’ll refer a family/friend/coworker. Besides referring, being a reference is the highest compliment a company can achieve.
 
 
Actually, the key to good service and quality work is communication and details.
 
 
 

Most Importantly, What You Can Expect Working With Us

  • ETA Text On Working Days, Hence, Confirming We Showed Up
  • Daily Project Updates Via Phone, Text or Email
  • Project Photos- Ensures All Work Performed To City Of Houston Codes
  • Covering – Dust Barrier Wall, Floor And Furniture Protection
  • Installation Of Quality Materials
  • We Don’t Cut Corners On Your Remodel
  • Excellent Time Management. Subsequently, Your Project Completed On Time
  • Creative Current Remodeling Trends And Designs Ideas

 

As a result of our service and quality work, we have hundreds of happy customers and referrals.

 

Our Mission is to Repair or Remodel your home with a level of creativity and design that makes YOU happy and your family and friends wanting to do theirs!

 

Hear What A Customer Has To Say About Working With Us

Customer 5 star testimonial for her bathroom repair services in Cypress, Tx

 

 

Who We Are

Houston Home Repair Service is a skilled team of honest working contractors with 19 years experience, specializing in remodeling and repairs for homes and offices. Dedicated to continuously learning the newest remodel techniques to provide quality work for our customers. Staying knowledgeable with the latest remodeling trends, allows us to implement creative designs ideas in your project. Thus, saving you money with interior design fees.

Enough about us!

 

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Our dedicated commitment to continuous education keeps us ahead of current designs and building code requirements.

 

3 Ways This Site Helps You Before Hiring A Houston Contractor

  • Provide questions to ask a contractor before starting a home repair, remodel or renovation.
  • Share photos of common issues homeowners face with repairs and remodeling.
  • Provide before and after photos of our completed projects (so you hire us🙂!) and current design ideas.

As a bonus, we added a list of 9 questions you should ask a before hiring a contractor at the bottom of the page. Feel free to scroll to the bottom for the list of questions.

 

Our Belief

The remodeling industry gets a bad name and hopefully Houston Home Repair Service can do our part to change that.

There are lots of excellent skilled, honest, reliable and hardworking contractors. I know this for a fact, because I am grateful for the wonderful and talented guys working on my team.

Our goal is to help you find the right Houston contractor that does a good great job remodeling your home.

Our belief, you start with realistic expectations, and design ideas within your budget. Then ask the right questions and check references. Followed by a little common sense, this is very doable.

 

Therefore, we added a list of 9 questions you should ask a before hiring a contractor at the bottom of the page. Feel free to scroll to the bottom for the list of questions.

 

4 Concerns We Hear From Customers As A Houston Remodeling Contractor

  • Getting Scammed

  • Finding A Reliable Company

  • What to Ask A Contractor

  • Will My Finished Remodel Look Good

 

As a result, we added 9 questions you should ask a before hiring a contractor.

 

9 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring A Contractor

1: Do you specialize in ________ (fill in the blank with the type of remodel) ?

There is a big difference between hiring a handyman (someone that does small repairs) vs. a contractor that is experienced with bathroom, kitchen, siding, drywall, flooring or roofing repairs or remodels. A specialty contractor has mastered their craft and knows how to handle and fix unforeseen issues. They work fast while making the job look easy. 

2. What are the City of Houston requirements for the remodeling process?

Your remodel may required permits from the City of Houston based on the work needed to renovate your home. 

3. What is the remodeling process for my project?

An experienced contractor should be able to provide specific information on how the process will go based on previous customer’s projects. It’s not realistic to expect a detailed time schedule in the initial meeting. Pay close attention to their answers. Are they giving vague answers, avoiding the question or just saying “Yes” I can do the work without explaining how?

4. Do you work with insurance companies?

Working with insurance companies will delay the work progress, add time to project because of the required inspection intervals and scheduling constraints posed by the insurance company. And if a mortgage company requires inspections, expect additional delays.

5. Will your contractor handle scheduling and inspections?

Is your contractor experienced with scheduling inspections and meeting city inspectors at the project for you? Or will this be your responsibility? After the project has started, the last thing you want to discover is scheduling or meeting city inspectors is your responsibility. As simple as this task seems, it is a big time suck because it chews up a big portion of your day. Many contractor’s don’t like to be bothered with this task!

6. References?

This goes without saying. Getting references from past customer’s from a year ago can be better than a job they just finished. Why? A customer from a year ago will be able to tell you if they had any issues, how the performed work looks to date. You can rest assured if there were any issues after the project was completed, they were taken care of, otherwise they wouldn’t be a reference.

On a large renovation project a few tweaks or touch ups are common once the homeowner has moved back into the space.

7. How long is the warranty and what does it cover?

Make sure you have a clear understanding of what labor the warranty covers. For example, the project included plumbing, 3 months later, you noticed a small leak. Does the warranty include the contractor coming back to fix the leak or will you be charged for the service call?

8. Are you insured?

You be amazed how many homeowners ask and the contractor that question, they say “Yes” and that’s the end of it. Whatever contractor you hire for your remodeling project, always get a copy of their insurance.

9. Specialty Contractor or General Contractor?

This is a question only you can answer honestly and make the best decision that’s right for you. Many homeowners try to save money by hiring the specialty trades needed for their project themselves.

If you have the time to meet with 2-3 contractor’s per trade, don’t mind researching the City of Houston permit requirements, coordinating multiple trades, creating a schedule for your project, going the individual specialty contractor route, might be a good fit for you.

If your main concern is getting your house renovated and back to a normal daily routine as quickly as possible, a General Contractor is the way to go.

Having 1 person be your point of contact to answer any questions or concerns that arise throughout the process, helps eliminate a lot of frustrations and miscommunication that occurs with multiple trades.

Make sure to chose a General Contractor that will:

  • Personally Inspect Your Project Daily
  • Pull Permits, Handle Inspections
  • Coordinate and Schedules Specialty Trades
  • Has A Track Record for Completing Projects On Time

Common sense goes a long way when selecting a contractor for your remodeling or repair project. Trust your instinct! Don’t select a contractor based on the lowest bid. The key to a good remodeling experience and finding the reputable professional contractor is communication.

Remember if a contractor is not very responsive and it always takes a couple days for them to return your call or reply to a message, what do you think it will be like after they have your money!