Frequently Asked Questions in Northwest Phoenix

 
Planning a remodel or renovation is a large investment of time and money in your Northwest Phoenix, Arizona home or office. If executed properly, the return in terms of property value and convenience to your lifestyle will make it all worthwhile. If not executed properly, a project can bring increased costs, delays, fines, stress, and even fracture the strongest of relationships.

From the planning stage to the final walk-through, Albrecht and Son, LLC will ensure that you are informed of the process and are delighted with the results. To help you understand what to expect, we have put together the following frequently asked questions:

1. WHY IS ALBRECHT AND SON THE RIGHT CHOICE FOR MY REMODELING PROJECT?

Albrecht and Son LLC has been providing quality remodeling services to Valley residents for over 28 years. We recognize that your remodeling project is of utmost importance to you, so we approach every project as if it was our own. Let our previous customers speak for us, review our Testimonials page or request a list of references and ask them about the value and quality of Albrecht and Son. Additionally, review our ratings at the Better Business Bureau, the Arizona Registrar of Contractors and local associations.

2. ARE ALBRECHT AND SON AND ITS EMPLOYEES RELIABLE?

Albrecht and Son LLC is a family-owned operation that has grown over time because of its continued emphasis on quality. We know that our reputation is only as good as our last project, and we approach every project with that knowledge. Albrecht and Son enforces the highest standards and expectations from its staff. Requiring all to pass a multi-level new hire criteria, Albrecht and Son achieves company, state and federal requirements. Our employees are experienced, skilled craftsmen that take ownership and pride in everything they do. Many of our employees have been with us for 3, 8, 10 and even 15 years. Our work force and their reliability is the primary reason for our superior reputation.

3. WILL ALBRECHT AND SON TELL ME UP FRONT HOW MUCH THE REMODELING PROJECT WILL COST?

Once you have determined the type of remodeling project you wish to undertake and have visited our showroom to select materials, an Albrecht and Son Project Estimator will develop a cost estimate for your project. Whether it's at the estimating stage or during project execution, staff/client communication and integrity will insure you always know and understand the costs of your project.

4. DO I TELL ALBRECHT AND SON WHAT I WANT, OR WILL THEY HELP ME FORMULATE MY IDEAS?

An Albrecht and Son's Project Estimator and in-house designer will sit down with you before your project begins to gather your ideas, and they will share tips and other ideas to help you develop your remodeling plan.

5. DOES ALBRECHT AND SON GUARANTEE THEIR WORK?

Albrecht and Son LLC provides a variety of guarantees on all projects. For further information, please see the Warranties section of our About Us page.

6. DO I GET TO SPEAK WITH SOMEONE IN CHARGE, OR WILL I JUST DEAL WITH A SALESMEN OR WORKMEN?

Your Project Estimator will sit down with you once you have contracted and explain the next steps to be taken. To ensure that you understand the process, our project manager's will contact you to explain how we plan the trades schedule, order materials, perform job-site inspections and move forward towards a project date. Once we start, your project is assigned to a Field Supervisor who will visit the project and speak with you daily regarding scope of work and expectations. Once work has been concluded, your Field Supervisor will inspect the job-site with you to ensure your satisfaction. At every stage of the project, each department shares in the responsibility of assisting you and everyone will be available to you. Your project packet will have a contact list of employees, their services and direct phone number.

If you have any questions not addressed above, please feel welcome to contact Albrecht and Son, LLC at 623-933-4312 or send us an email using our contact form.