Once we understand the complexity of your project we will inform you on when you can expect your personlized estimate.
If a digital rendering is needed to help you visualize the project, one can be completed by our rendering specialist. If the proposal falls within your budget and you would like us to complete the project, simply sign the signature line on the proposal. Once we have the signed contract, your position in line is set.
Need a Permit or HOA Approval? We’ll Take Care of It
McBride Construction will take care of the HOA approval package and and any building permits required. Once we have approval, work can commence. A typical custom wood-framed patio cover with concrete and electrical work takes 7 to 10 days including rain delays. Our team of builders will work hard to complete your project in a skillful and timely manner. The end result will a be great backyard patio perfect for enjoying life!
What’s a Building Permit?
A building permit give you legal permission to start construction of a building project in accordance with approved drawings and specifications.
Why are Building Permits Important?
By reading this you’ve already taken the first step toward protecting the outcome and investment value of your construction project and guarding against a lawsuit or injury. The following information describes simple steps you can take to obtain building permits and how permits work for you. You’ll be surprised at how easy the whole process is.
The truth is, building permits are very beneficial to you and your community. By working with an expert code official, you will benefit from their knowledge of building codes to ensure your construction project is built right, will be safe and will last. Read on to discover the benefits of building permits.
What Good Does a Permit Do?
Your home or business is an investment. If your construction project does not comply with the codes adopted by your community, the value of your investment could be reduced. Property insurers may not cover work done without permits and inspections. If you decide to sell your home or building that has had modifications without a permit, you may be required to tear down the addition, leave it unoccupied or do costly repairs.
A property owner who can show that code requirements were strictly and consistently met has a strong ally if something happens to trigger a potentially destructive lawsuit. Your permit also allows the code official to protect the public by reducing the potential hazards of unsafe construction and ensuring public health, safety and welfare. By following code guidelines, your completed project will meet minimum standards of safety and will be less likely to cause injury to you, your family, your friends and future owners.