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Introduction: CNC Homes specializes in remodeling and reconstruction, we can help update your home in any way you may want! With 25 years experience in the industry we are the best group for your job We make quality of work and communication a point in our company, and with the opportunity to work with you on your projects we are sure you will notice

Hired 3 times

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10 employees

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Cash, Check, Credit card, Zelle

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    Bathroom Remodel


Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, work quality, and responsiveness.

Good 4.4

7 reviews


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Richard F.

Home Remodeling

Did a great job removing a wall and building in a closet. Very messy job, but overall did exactly what we were looking for. *CNC removed the wall, touched up drywall and built closet. Flooring was done separately.
Nov 17, 2021
Cory M.

I’m glad I chose CNC Homes for this project because the work they did was fantastic. The quality of the work is everything I wanted and it was really reassuring to know that everything I addressed was taken into account. Fantastic job!
Oct 20, 2021
Cody C.

CNC Homes did an amazing job on my home project. They were very professional while still thoughtful and helpful that I look for in a quality company. They were flexible and timely with their work. I would recommend them to all my friends.
Oct 18, 2021
Darlene L.

Deck or Porch Remodel or Addition

I feel so disheartened to write a review that is hurtful to anyone. However I feel like it is my responsibility to protect anyone else from experiencing what we went through. I’m going to stick to the facts. CNC Homes LLC is a new company that’s only a couple of months old. We received a quote for $3k to divide the large room in half, dry wall it and re-do the outside siding and ceiling of the patio. The owner, young man, Kimball, acted like he knew what he was doing and talking about. We met the other owner of the company (Kimball father) and he yelled at my partner. He hired 2 people who did work for us in a laundry room that attaches to our backyard. We thought they would do quality work that was better than we had as the old siding was warping badly and put up in 1967. The nightmare started when the 2 men they hired started replacing the siding in a way that our contractor of 25 years said was “the worst job he has ever seen.” We brought the terrible work up to Kimball and he kept saying, “that’s how it was before. With some caulking and paint it will look ok.” -the drywalled around the lighting openings and switches so you can’t put a faceplate. -the cut the holes wrong on the siding and just used the wood anyway. -the trim around the windows and doors where the corners meet we’re not cut to match up and go together. -we’re concerned if the plumbing and electrical was done to code. -don’t put the gas line in the box it’s coming out very far. -the list goes on and on. Worst of all Kimball didn’t apologize or try to make it right. There’s one thing to hire people who don’t do professional work it’s another to not take responsibility for the people you hire. My wish is that he learned from this and others don’t pay for unprofessional work that has to be redone. This cost us a lot of money, time, and energy. We have to rehire a new contractor who does professional work as quickly as we can. I’ll include pictures so you can make your own decision.
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Nov 11, 2021
Rachel C.

So grateful to have my repairs done quickly, and they were great to work with.
Oct 19, 2021
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Kimball Conover


  • What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?

    Our prices are very fair and always land either average or below for that skill or trade work, we believe in more work for a smaller price and repeat work for the same customers and can only accomplish that by having the fairest prices on Thumbtack

  • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?

    Establish which form of communication works best, walk the job and communicate with the homeowner on what the project is and what they expect, bid the job, sign contract, set estimated date of completion, begin the work and keep communication with the homeowner until the job is done

  • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

    Our education comes from the ROC (Registrar of Contractors) where we were taught the laws and regulations of the trade and our experience comes from 25 years of hands on hard work

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