KNK CONSTRUCTION, LLC   
CUSTOM CONSTRUCTION SOLUTIONS        
 MHIC # 127410
       






 

Phone: (443) 807-2778

Fax: (888) 479-3690

Welcome!

If you're here you probably have some questions or needs related to residential or light commercial construction.  Browse our site to see what we offer and give us a call! We love sharing our knowledge in construction and the building process!

 

Get the most from your project...good preparation now may save you thousands later and due diligence always pays off.  

 

In these tough economic times everyone is paying closer attention to their spending habits. Check out  the Cost Vs. Value Report published by Remodeling Magazine at www.costvsvalue.com. This will help give you a picture of the costs and their values of a particular project and area.   Note that these are averages and will fluctuate depending on the specifics of all the given parts of a project. [2008 Hanley Wood, LLC. Reproduced by permission. Complete regional and city data from the Remodeling 2008 Cost vs. Value Report can be downloaded for free.]

 

We are here to help!  Call or email us and we will be happy to answer your questions, give you advice and help you get started on the right foot.


What do I look for in a Contractor?

Licensed--Insured--Bonded:

Having these credentials protects "YOU" and your property should anything go wrong on your project.  This backing acts as a safety net and shows that your Contractor is a professional and stands behind their work.

 

Contracts:

A good Contractor will be just as detailed in their contracts as they are in the details of the "hands on" work.  Look for consistency in all aspects of their presentation and proposal, this will help ensure you're getting what you pay for.

 

Pricing:

Often times you'll get multiple bids on a project. When comparing these bids make sure your Contractors are offering the same work and details as these usually make up the big differences in prices.  Vague proposals may exclude details and then result in change orders as the project progresses and you may end up spending more than you anticipated in the beginning.  This often happens with "low bids" that look good at first but eventually leave you with a bad taste in your mouth upon completion of your project.  Remember you always "get what you pay for".  If your unsure what a typical project costs go to the Cost vs Value website listed above or call us directly and we can help steer you in the right direction.