BMT Builders
BMT Builders

BMT Builders

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Introduction
BMT Builders was established in 1993. We are a General Contractor specializing in Kitchen & Bathroom Remodeling. We are Fully Licensed (Lic. # 667274), Bonded, Insured and we carry Workman's Compensation. We are committed to you as a valued customer making sure the work is performed in a professional manor, on time and on budget. There's a lot to be said about this profession, but to be honest it's actually the joy of being able to take something down to nothing and rebuild it beyond the customers expectations.
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Hired 3 times

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31 years in business

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Customers rated this pro highly for professionalism, responsiveness, and punctuality.

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Dawn S.
Mar 10, 2018
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Hired on Thumbtack

I had 3 bathroom remodeled. George and Danny are amazing people. They have restored my confidence in contractors. George has a work ethic that is unheard of anymore. His attention to detail is impressive. I never thought I would say this, but I am looking forward to my next project (as long as I hire him😃)
Bathroom Remodel
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TOM H.
Jun 26, 2018
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Hired on Thumbtack

We were looking to remodel 3 bathrooms. After talking to 3 contractors we chose BMT Builders. Project became larger and took more time due to several issues. Overall we are very satisfied and would not hesitate to use BMT again. In fact we hired BMT again to repair another section of the house months later.
Bathroom Remodel
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Gerald C.
Feb 21, 2017
The project involved converting the lowest level of a tri-level home to a separate living quarters for my daughter. The bedroom, bathroom and utility room were left intact. The primary effort consisted of: closing off the open space between the main kitchen eating area and the large family room; providing a separate entrance to the family room; replacing an 8 foot window with a sliding door, landing, and steps from the eating nook; removing a wet bar, and adding a kitchenette in the family room. The kitchenette required installing: cabinets; appliances; electrical and plumbing; lighting fixtures; quartz counters; tile flooring. George Smith, owner of BMT Builders, was an integral partner of the design process, which included the home owners and a Kitchen Design specialist. George's expert experience in this process resulted in many practical improvements to the design and physical layout of the kitchen. He provided the detailed plans for the permit, and advocated for the home owners interests with the county personnel- which was critical in obtaining approval of the project. The care and dedication to the job which George and his assistants provided were commendable, they worked exclusively on this project until it was completed. The craftsmanship of the finished product adequately reflected George's perfectionist nature. His integrity was above reproach; his word was as good as gold in all aspects of this project. There were many unforeseen obstacles encountered during the project; George always provided the owner with a menu of options, explanation of the choices, and any cost ramifications. He included any suggestions offered by the owner in his recommended solution. His suggested approach was both pragmatic and artistic; but, always focused on getting the effort done the correct way- never cutting corners. As with any project of this complexity, some surprises arose; the most significant one involving relatively new code issues, which were not included in the initial plans. The electrical wiring for the new appliances and kitchen outlets originally were planned using the existing 200 amp panel. At the initial site inspection, the county agent informed us of additional code requirements that would necessitate installing a new main panel and running new electrical circuits from this panel to the new kitchenette. This change in approach had a modest impact on the schedule and cost of the project. In retrospect, this could have been mitigated by more detailed review during the permit process.
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Steven o.
Sep 3, 2017
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Hired on Thumbtack

Hired on Thumbtack

Was professional and very thorough.
Bathroom Remodel
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License Type: B - General Building Contractor (CA)

License verified on 4/1/2023

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