Building an addition on your home can be one of the most time-consuming and complicated projects you could ever imagine without the proper guidance and knowledge of an experienced contractor. Depending on the type of addition one is planning, he/she will need, in many cases, a member of every trade in the construction industry to complete the project. An architect is needed to draw up plans, an excavator to dig and backfill the foundation, a concrete contractor to pour the foundation, carpenters to build the frame, electricians, plumbers, heating and air-conditioning contractors, drywall and plaster contractors . . . well, you get the picture!
Additions are much like building "little houses," as H & R President Helmut Marosits often says. A new addition needs proper planning and scheduling of subcontractors and local inspectors for it to be completed in a timely manner. If someone does not have much experience or excellent relationships with subcontractors, the task of completing a home addition can be very lengthy and tough on the homeowner.
H & R has completed hundreds of home additions throughout Western Massachusetts, and for more than 20 years, company President Helmut Marosits has been personally involved with every one of them. His personal attention to each project and his many years of experience make every homeowner's experience a happy one. H & R has great subcontractors for every aspect of the project, including master electricians and master plumbers. Most of our subcontractors have been with us for 15 plus years. Because of the great relationships we share with our subcontractors, they will be there when we need them; they have the same vision of professionalism and integrity we do.
In addition, H & R is familiar with almost all of the local building inspectors throughout Western Massachusetts. As the state building code continues to grow and become more complicated, it is important to have a general contractor who stays up-to-date with the many changing laws. This can save you weeks or even months on a project's completion date and hundreds or thousands of dollars on costly changes. Local inspectors will not allow a project to continue until corrections are made. Therefore, having a general contractor who understands the building codes will make the project run smoothly and swiftly through the inspection process. H & R possesses all the necessary skills and experience to complete your home addition project swiftly and correctly. Call today for a free in home consultation Click Here for Free Quote