Top 10 General Contractors in Manson, WA

Porch Pro Headshot A1 ASBESTOS LLC
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
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Keep your family or employees safe from unseen health hazards in your home or office with environmental restoration from A1 Asbestos LLC. Our full-service asbestos removal company is your number one choice for quality workmanship and service. Environmental Services A1 Asbestos LLC keeps the air you...Read more
Keep your family or employees safe from unseen health hazards in your home or office with environmental restoration from A1 Asbestos LLC. Our full-service asbestos removal company is your number one choice for quality workmanship and service. Environmental Services A1 Asbestos LLC keeps the air you...Read more
Porch Pro Headshot P&M Contractors
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
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"We had a 24 foot wooden fence built by Marcus and Pedro. They did a great job from the very beginning. Communication before the project started was excellent. They worked with us to ensure things were exactly how we wanted them. Their pricing is excellent. They arrived early and worked straight th...Read more
"We had a 24 foot wooden fence built by Marcus and Pedro. They did a great job from the very beginning. Communication before the project started was excellent. They worked with us to ensure things were exactly how we wanted them. Their pricing is excellent. They arrived early and worked straight th...Read more
Porch Pro Headshot CHELAN GLASS & DOOR
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
Chelan Glass began operation at the current location in April 2007 as a brand new startup. There have been some changes in operation and ownership since the beginning, but the business is currently owned and operated by Brent and Kathie Morrison of Chelan.
Chelan Glass began operation at the current location in April 2007 as a brand new startup. There have been some changes in operation and ownership since the beginning, but the business is currently owned and operated by Brent and Kathie Morrison of Chelan.
Porch Pro Headshot Colchuck Contracting LLC
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
Porch Pro Headshot Better Built Customs
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
We specialize in new construction, custom homes, decks, and additions as well as commercial and residential painting and staining.
We specialize in new construction, custom homes, decks, and additions as well as commercial and residential painting and staining.
Porch Pro Headshot GHIGLIA HOMES LLC
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
Ghiglia Homes LLC builds custom luxury homes for North Central Washington. Based in Wenatchee, WA, Ghiglia Homes has over 30 years of experience. www.ghigliahomes.com
Ghiglia Homes LLC builds custom luxury homes for North Central Washington. Based in Wenatchee, WA, Ghiglia Homes has over 30 years of experience. www.ghigliahomes.com
Porch Pro Headshot Chelan Valley Builders Inc.
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
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Porch Pro Headshot CW PAINTING LLC
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
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Porch Pro Headshot WINDOWS DOORS & MORE
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
We specialize in remodels of any size along with any glass or glazing projects you may have. With over a combined 40 years in the construction industry we are ready willing and able to take on all tasks.
We specialize in remodels of any size along with any glass or glazing projects you may have. With over a combined 40 years in the construction industry we are ready willing and able to take on all tasks.
Porch Pro Headshot CAMBRIDGE PLUMBING INC
General Contractors
Serves Manson, Washington
Cambridge Plumbing is a general contractor based out of Manson. They provide foundation repair, patio construction and more.
Cambridge Plumbing is a general contractor based out of Manson. They provide foundation repair, patio construction and more.

Frequently asked questions about general contractors

It may seem more economical to hire several subcontractors rather than one general contractor for your building project. Some state licensing rules even require hiring a general contractor for certain projects. Even if this isn’t a state requirement in your case, it often makes sense for homeowners to hire a professional, licensed, and insured general contractor for certain projects. A general contractor will know the ins and outs of the business, and will work with subcontractors whom they trust to get the work done efficiently, safely, and on time.

General contractors know that their business can be made or broken on their reputation. They will work hard to get your project done on time, orchestrating the work of subcontractors so that

the whole project turns out just as planned. While it may be tempting to skip hiring a

general contractor in favor of hiring many subcontractors for lesser initial cost, you may end up spending more in the long run in addition to the time and headache involved in coordinating the work of subcontractors. Hiring a general contractor you can work closely with throughout a project can help you avoid potentially costly—and maybe even dangerous—miscommunication down the road.

First off, sort out every possible detail in advance using a detailed project plan—including details like specifications for fixtures, finishes, and fittings—to avoid cost gaps in the contractor’s initial bid. The more specific you are, the more realistic and accurate the bid will be. Stay in close contact with the project lead, and try to meet with them every day to stay on top of progress, troubleshoot any issues, and avoid costly miscommunication. If possible, try to be on-site at the start of each day. Make sure it’s OK to call or text your contractor throughout the day. It also makes sense to keep a project journal to write down product order numbers, jot down questions and ideas, and note delivery dates. This type of journal can make it easier to sort out any disputes that may arise later in the project. Similarly, be sure to track any changes to the initial project plan in writing (this is usually called a “change order”). If unforeseen changes are required, make sure your contractor offers a bid for the change in writing. (You can specify that changes be made in writing in your original contract.) Other tips:

  • check work as it progresses
  • pay only for completed work
  • be a fair customer by paying bills on time, responding quickly to questions, and treating your contractor and their workers fairly
  • know the workers’ names, and make sure they have what they need

Establishing a good working relationship with your contractor from the get-go will lead to a more successful completed project in the end.

Some general contractors charge a flat fee, but most general contractors get paid a percentage

of the overall cost of a completed project which is called a “markup.” This amount covers their overhead, which includes advertising, insurance, office expenses, and their own salary. Remember that contractors will ask for a percentage of the total cost of the project up front in order to get started. But make sure this is no more than 15 percent, which is a fair and decent amount to start most home projects. Most states cap this up-front percentage at 33 percent, and a good contractor should have enough credit to cover other up-front costs.

A big remodeling project can be a costly investment. It’s a long-term investment in your home, so it makes sense to look beyond just the contractor’s fee when choosing a general contractor for your remodel. You’ll want to hire someone can provide proof of licensing, insurance, references, and a worthy track record. When you enter a project with a contractor, you need a pro you trust with your home, so it’s wise to do your homework upfront for a successful outcome.

Start with a detailed and specific plan including the scope of the remodeling work you want to have done, what materials you want to use, and specifications for any fixtures, finishes, and appliances. Once you have this plan, start talking to contractors to get estimates and formal bids. Ask around for local contractor recommendations at your local hardware store, or go online and read contractors’ reviews (but take these with a grain of salt because they tend to skew toward people who are unhappy with a project versus those who were satisfied with the end result).

Be sure to interview at least three contractors while bearing in mind that you will be relying on this person to bring your project in on budget and on time. A good contractor will likely be very busy, so expect a waiting period for quality workmanship. Choose a contractor with experience in the type of job you require. Ask for proof of licensing and insurance along with any relevant licenses for subcontractors. Check contractor credentials with your local Better Business Bureau. Be clear about what work will be done by the contractor, and which parts will go to a subcontractor. Only sign a detailed contract, and be sure to get the proper permits for your project. Stay in close contact with the contractor to avoid errors and miscommunication. After all, a successful remodeling project depends on hiring a good contractor.

Take proper steps before hiring a contractor to prevent costly headaches later on. Start by

working with a professional architect or designer who can not only provide permit drawings, but also provide all the information a contractor will need to offer an accurate and realistic cost and time estimate. You’ll need to include details like finishes, fixtures, plumbing work, electrical installations, and possible millwork. Come up with a specifications list in advance in order to pick finishes, appliances, fittings, and fixtures that will fall inside your budget and meet your personal requirements. If you work with a professional architect or designer and have a complete set of plans and specifications for your project, as the pro for the names of a few builders to send your plans for pricing.

Make sure your contractor is licensed and insured. Check out a potential contractor’s previous work. They should be able to offer examples. When you interview contractors remember that you will be spending quite a bit of time working with this person. You need to feel you can trust them because unexpected extras are bound to come up. Make sure your contractor provides a timeline that they can stick to, and that works with your needs. Choose your contractor wisely for a successful outcome.

Be sure your general contractor is licensed and insured. It may be less expensive to hire an uninsured contractor, but consider the potential cost down the road. When you hire an insured contractor, they take on responsibility for the build and anything that happens at the worksite. In the event of a job-site injury or property damage during your remodeling project, a properly insured contractor will shield you from potentially catastrophic costs. Homeowners’ insurance policies cover property damage, but these policies have limitations. Be sure to hire a contractor that carries both contractor’s liability insurance and worker’s compensation insurance. A good general contractor takes responsibility for their reputation. Offering proof of both proper licensing and insurance is a sign of a contractor’s general reliability. Contractors must have a license in order to obtain insurance. Reliable contractors are likely to do an excellent job the first time in order to retain their license. Work that is not up to contract standards may lose a contractor their license. Be sure to ask for proof for insurance. Hiring a contractor with the proper insurance saves you money down the line in lots of different ways. Never be tempted by what looks like a bargain.

Recent reviews for Manson General Contractors

43849

Professional as could be. Stuck to the budget, did a great job, and stuck to the time line. Would recommend any time.

- Pat Peters
8442

Excellent value. Excellent responsiveness in communication. Very good work quality.

We have used A1 on several occasions. Tim has always been great to work with and has taken the time to work through any issues that have come up.

- Nels Klewin
143632

We are very impressed with the professionalism, workmanship and work ethic that Pedro and Marcis displayed while building our TREX deck. The look and quality of our deck exceeded our expectations, we couldn't be happier with it. They were very courteous...

- jim shae
Frequently asked questions about Manson General Contractors

Should I hire general contractors with lower ratings in Manson to save money?

The type of general contractor company that you should hire really depends on the difficulty and specifications of your project. Keep in mind that lower ratings could be a sign of unsuccessful jobs or simply that the professional or company has not done many jobs quite yet. Either way, you will still want to contact any General Contractors you are considering and inquire about their work history. There are plenty of great General Contractors in Manson that have very few or low ratings.

For example, right now in Manson there are:

    Who should I hire if I need General Contractor Services in Manson?

    Right now there are about 50 companies in and around Manson ready to help you with your general contractor services project.

      Below we've listed a few of the top General Contractors on Porch:

      What should I check for once my General Contractor in Manson has finished working?

      Every general contractor services project is going to have different results, but here are a few things to check for once any general contractor services company has told you they've finished the job:

      • Obviously you want to do a visual inspection. Even if you're unfamiliar with general contractor services work, this gives you the opportunity to ask questions (even basic ones like, what did you do?).
      • Ask the general contractor to describe what they did. Whether your general contractor services project was a repair job or a building job, have them run you through what was done.
      • Compare the description provided on your general contractor services project estimate to the work completed. Did the professional do what was promised?
      • Request that the general contractor do a follow-up visit to check on the work. Most professionals are willing to do this, especially if you ask them.

      More General Contractors

      Porch Pro Headshot T S Construction
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
      T S Construction, based out of Manson, is a general contractor that provides services such as sunroom construction, exterior remodeling, roofing, and bedroom remodeling.
      T S Construction, based out of Manson, is a general contractor that provides services such as sunroom construction, exterior remodeling, roofing, and bedroom remodeling.
      Porch Pro Headshot ABC SERVICES
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
      ABC Services is a general contractor that provides new home construction, home addition and more. They are based in Manson.
      ABC Services is a general contractor that provides new home construction, home addition and more. They are based in Manson.
      Porch Pro Headshot Kc Construction
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
      Kc Construction is a general contractor that offers roofing, storm shelter installation, bedroom remodeling, and bathroom remodeling. They are based in Manson.
      Kc Construction is a general contractor that offers roofing, storm shelter installation, bedroom remodeling, and bathroom remodeling. They are based in Manson.
      Porch Pro Headshot Willow Point Construction
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
      Located in Manson, Willow Point Construction is a general contractor that offers pergola construction, bedroom remodeling, residential construction and other services.
      Located in Manson, Willow Point Construction is a general contractor that offers pergola construction, bedroom remodeling, residential construction and other services.
      Porch Pro Headshot Dream Makers Construction LLC
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
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      Porch Pro Headshot Bob the Builder
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
      Porch Pro Headshot Cascade One LLC
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      Serves Manson, Washington
      Porch Pro Headshot Dream Makers Construction LLC
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      Serves Manson, Washington
      Porch Pro Headshot Independent Chute Company
      General Contractors
      Serves Manson, Washington
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      Manson 98831
      Demolition
      Start Date
      Within a week
      Demolition work type
      Whole home
      Home height
      One floor
      SQFT of home
      1,000-2,000 sq ft
      Approximate year built
      1900 or earlier
      Already have permits for demolation
      Yes
      Manson 98831
      Skylight Installation
      Start Date
      I'm flexible
      New installation or repair
      Install a skylight
      How many skylights to install
      1
      Replace existing or install new
      Install a new skylight
      Kind of roof
      Metal
      Number of stories tall
      Two floors
      Manson 98831
      Construction Project Management
      Service needed
      Other
      Start Date
      I'm flexible