You’ll need to collect reports (whether internal or by others) of inspections and any repairs, and the warranty information on your building (particularly roof and walls.)
Depending on the project, we’ll collect as much information as we can with the client. This includes drawings, history, issues found, and work completed on the building. We will conduct research to figure out what might be going on with the building and then go on site for inspection.
We’ll put together a proposal that will advise our client on the next steps – the cost associated with our proposed scope of services, and a timeline for completing the project and what the budget will look like moving forward. Once approved, we will oversee the project through completion and closeout, then follow up approximately a year after completion.
Depending on the issues described and what we may find in the research portion, a proposal can be submitted for your review within 3-5 business days. We typically get started within 3-5 business days of receiving written authorization on our proposal.
We can provide an estimate in the consultation, but this is subject to change until after a formal proposal is issued.
We are available to work in Canada, Mexico, and everywhere in between.
Yes, but this depends on the needs of the attorney and can be discussed further in a consultation.
We are not taking on single-family residential projects at this time.