In the Restoration market, it’s common for companies to bid low to get the job and then add frequent change orders to cover what was originally glossed over. Time and material is more equitable for both the client and myself. It eliminates financial conflicts of interest and the incentive to take shortcuts.
We will establish a guesstimated cost based on a thorough inspection of your structure. We will determine the scope of work and describe the project in phases determining immediate and long term goals.
The Sooner the Better
If your barn has problems, you need to act now. A small leak in the roof can bring a barn down in a couple of years. Once this happens, your asset quickly becomes a liability.
Even if you can’t afford to do an entire restoration project, it is important to at least get an expert evaluation. This will determine the best ways to stabilize your barn and clarify what needs immediate attention. From there, long term goals can be established to complete the project to your satisfaction and budget.
Contact us today to discuss your barn restoration project and how to get the job done right.