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DENCO is committed to making this process as seamless as possible. There are several stages in the remodel process as listed below.

Basically, there are several stages involved in the remodeling process and our job is to help this process go as smoothly as possible. The following is a general guideline of those stages:

  • Design & Planning
  • City Plan Check/Permits
  • Construction
    • Demolition
    • Plumbing
    • Concrete
    • Framing
    • Electrical
    • Roofing
    • Doors & Windows
    • Stucco/Siding
    • Insulation
    • Drywall
    • Finish Work
  • Final Inspection

Of course, not all projects will involve all stages. For instance, a Room Addition could involve all aspects of construction, while a Kitchen Remodel may only involve the plumbing and electrical along with the interior finish work (cabinets, appliances, etc.).

Also included—but not shown—in the above timeline are City required inspections. Along with the inspection comes the possibility of the Inspector calling for corrections, which will require the items being completed and/or corrected and then scheduling another inspection. This means additional time being added to the job in order to comply with the city’s requirements.

Additionally, some work may require a temporary disconnection of service (plumbing and/or electrical), but only for the shortest possible time to avoid any major inconvenience.

Again, it is our goal to complete any remodeling project in a timely manner, while keeping the jobsite as clean as possible and providing quality workmanship; thereby making it an enjoyable experience for everyone.

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Denco Construction specializes in commercial and residential general contracting services for clients throughout the state. Their commercial and residential general contractors will manage the entire construction process, from high-level project management to sub-contractor management. Their experienced construction management team will watch over every aspect of your project, from planning and budget development to the finished construction.