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Design/Build Plus is a remodeling approach that offers homeowners distinct advantages over using the more complex design and bid approach.
With design and bid, you start with an architect and then bid the project to one or more construction firms to see if the plans can be built within your target budget. Too often they can’t, and you have to backtrack to redesign or spend more than you planned to.
With the design/build approach, you select one company that works with you from beginning to end—designing your project so that it can be built within your budget, building it and standing behind it with warranty services after it is complete. Increased budget and cost control, cost savings, ease, simplicity and improved communications are typically the benefits of the design/build approach.
And with a single point of responsibility, you’ll never find yourself in the uncomfortable position of being caught between your architect and builder should something go wrong.
The Gridley Company enhances the design/build process even further by providing the following with our Design/Build Plus services:
3-D computer renderings of your project lets you see it before it is built
Product-specification support services
The Gridley Perfect Project Process
All trades in-house
A reputation for quality, integrity and service
A 30-year track record
Interior and architectural design
Gridley Guaranteed Price Promise
Gridley 2 Year Limited Warranty
Gridley on KTVU
"They knew what they we...could handle the task."
– Fredrick S.
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Linda Gridley earns NARI CR
(National Association of the Remodeling Industry Certified Remodeler Accreditation)
Design/Build Method Advantages
The design/build method offers homeowners many advantages for most remodeling projects.
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