Dare Remodeling And Construction Services Is April Remodeler Of The Month

Monday, April 21, 2014

Dare Remodeling & Construction Services is the April Remodeler of the Month for the Home Builders Association of Greater Chattanooga. 

Dare Remodeling & Construction Services, LLC is a fully-licensed, bonded, and insured Design/Build General Contracting firm, specializing in artisan craftsmanship and unparalleled customer service.

Officials said, "The company is comprised of a team of expert craftsmen who are handpicked to provide the old world experience of hiring a master builder and his team to take care of one's greatest investment: one's home. On most of the projects, there will be two to five skilled craftsman present. This includes the superintendent who will be on-site at all times. They pride themselves on attention to detail and ability to clearly communicate with their clients. They can convert any vision for one's home or business into a reality.  At Dare Remodeling, there is nothing they can’t do … anything from a new faucet, an entirely custom designed home, or a room addition containing a state-of-the-art hi-definition home theater system."

 


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