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Neil’s Construction provide a unified approach to construction projects by consolidating the design and construction phases under a single contract. This method promotes collaboration between designers and the build from the project’s inception, aiming for better budget estimates, quicker project completion, and enhanced quality. Here’s a summary of the process:

  • Project Conception and Feasibility: Assessing the project’s viability and outlining initial plans.
  • Preliminary Design and Cost Estimation: Early design sketches and cost projections to form a project blueprint.
  • Design Phase: Detailed designing while considering budget constraints.
  • Finalizing Contract: Formalizing the agreement with clear terms, scopes, and costs.
  • Construction Phase: Executing the design, maintaining open communication between all parties to ensure the project stays on track.
  • Project Closeout: Completing the construction, reviewing the project, and handling any post-construction requirements

Neil’s Construction has proven results for setting exceptional standards in cost control, planning, scheduling and project safety. We have experience that gives us a competitive advantage over others in our field.


  • Building a House: Constructing a new residence from the ground up, tailored to the homeowner’s specifications and local building codes.
  • Home Addition: Expanding the existing structure of a home by adding additional rooms or spaces such as a sunroom, garage, or extra bedroom.
  • House Remodel: Updating and/or restructuring the interior or exterior of an existing home to modernize or improve its functionality and aesthetic appeal.
  • Bathroom Remodel: Renovating an existing bathroom by updating fixtures, flooring, and/or layout to enhance its usability and modernize its look.
  • Small Bathroom Remodel: Similar to a bathroom remodel but on a smaller scale, often involving fewer changes or updates to fixtures and finishes.
  • Bathroom Addition: Creating a new bathroom in a home where one did not previously exist, requiring plumbing, electrical, and construction work.
  • Kitchen Remodeling: Upgrading an existing kitchen by replacing cabinets, countertops, appliances, and/or altering the layout to improve functionality and aesthetic appeal.
  • Finishing a Basement: Transforming an unfinished basement into a usable space by adding flooring, walls, ceilings, and necessary utilities.
  • Building a Garage: Constructing a new garage attached to an existing home or as a standalone structure for vehicle storage and/or workspace.
  • Building a Sunroom: Adding a sunroom to a home to provide a bright, sunny space for relaxation and enjoyment of the outdoors while being sheltered from adverse weather.
  • Building a Pole Barn: Erecting a pole barn, a simplistic type of barn or shed with a post-frame construction, often used for agricultural or storage purposes.
  • Drywall Installation: Installing drywall panels to create walls and ceilings in a new or existing structure, including taping, mudding, and sanding for a smooth finish.
  • Building a Brick/Stone Wall: Constructing a wall from brick or stone materials for aesthetic, privacy, or structural purposes in a landscape or as part of a building.
  • Deck Building: Designing and constructing a deck as an outdoor extension of a home for leisure, dining, or entertainment purposes.
  • Concrete Patio Installation: Pouring a concrete patio to provide a durable, low-maintenance outdoor space for relaxation and entertainment.
  • Driveway Installation: Creating a new driveway or replacing an existing one using materials such as asphalt, concrete, gravel, or pavers to provide access to a home or garage.
  • Fence Installation: Erecting a fence for privacy, security, or aesthetic purposes, using materials like wood, metal, or vinyl.
  • Support Beam Installation: Installing support beams to provide structural stability and support to a building or a specific area within a building.
  • Raising a House: Elevating an existing house to repair foundation issues, prevent flood damage, or create additional space underneath.


With over 15 years experience and a real focus on customer satisfaction, you can rely on us for your next project. We provide a professional renovation and installation services with a real focus on customer satisfaction.

  • Financial Responsibility to Our Clients
  • Superior Quality and Craftsmanship
  • Quality and Value to the Projects We Deliver
  • Highest Standards in Cost Control
  • On Time and on Budget
  • Real Focus on Customer Satisfaction


  • Why does a renovation project cost so much?

    Renovation projects entail a complex blend of labor, materials, and operational costs, all of which contribute to the overall expense. Firstly, quality materials are a significant portion of the cost, and their prices can fluctuate based on market conditions. Secondly, skilled labor is essential to ensure the work is done correctly and safely, and skilled tradespeople command higher wages due to their expertise. Operational costs, including permits, insurance, and equipment rentals, also add up. Additionally, unforeseen complications often arise during renovations, requiring extra work and materials to address. Lastly, the cost can also reflect the level of customization and quality, as higher-end finishes and more intricate designs typically come with a higher price tag. Overall, while the costs may seem high initially, investing in a well-executed renovation can significantly enhance the value and functionality of a property, making it a worthwhile endeavor in the long run.

  • What is the timeline for the project?

    The timeline for a project is a structured framework that outlines the start and end dates of various tasks and phases involved in the project, from inception to completion. It is developed after a thorough analysis of the scope, complexity, and specific requirements of the project. The timeline will include milestones for crucial stages such as design approval, permit acquisition, construction commencement, inspections, and final completion. It’s essential for ensuring that the project stays on track and is completed within the stipulated time. The accuracy of the timeline can be influenced by various factors including permit delays, weather conditions, unforeseen structural issues, and changes in project scope. Therefore, while a projected timeline provides a clear roadmap, it’s important to maintain flexibility to accommodate any unexpected changes or challenges that may arise during the course of the project.

  • What is the total budget for construction?

    The total budget for construction encompasses an all-encompassing financial blueprint that estimates the costs associated with every aspect of the construction project from inception to completion. It includes costs for materials, labor, equipment, permits, insurance, administrative expenses, and any other fees or contingencies. The budget is meticulously crafted based on the project’s scope, scale, and specifications, and is a crucial tool for monitoring financial performance and ensuring that the project remains financially viable and on track. The precise figure of the total budget is derived after a thorough analysis of the project requirements, market rates, and quotations from suppliers and contractors. It’s imperative that the budget is reviewed and updated regularly to accommodate any changes in project scope, unexpected issues, or fluctuations in market conditions to ensure a realistic and accurate financial outlook throughout the construction process.

  • How is renovation project initiated?

    A renovation project is initiated through a series of well-planned steps to ensure its success and efficiency. Firstly, it begins with a clear identification and understanding of the need or desire for the renovation, followed by setting realistic goals for what the renovation should achieve. Next, a preliminary budget is established to have a financial framework. Following this, homeowners often engage with professional designers or architects to develop a detailed plan and design for the renovation, which includes selecting materials, finishes, and other crucial details. Concurrently, necessary permits and approvals are sought from local governing bodies to ensure the project complies with local codes and regulations. Once the design is finalized and permits are secured, contractors are selected through a bidding process or direct selection, and a contract is signed. A timeline is then developed, outlining key milestones and a completion date. With a contract in place, and a clear plan and timeline, the renovation project is officially initiated as work begins on the site, often starting with demolition or site preparation, and proceeding through construction to the final touches and project closeout. Throughout the project, continuous communication among homeowners, contractors, and other stakeholders is crucial to address any challenges and ensure the project stays on track towards successful completion.

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