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2. Larossa LLC
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General Contracting

In high demand
  • 13 hires on Thumbtack
  • Serves Chattanooga, TN
If Ross bids on your job, accept it, period. We bought a house in Arvada, and it needed severe updating. We have zero experience with any sort of remodeling/updating/construction/contractors etc., and we went with Ross over other bids primarily because he said he could meet our tight timeline and he just seemed like the right guy from the start. The project has all but concluded, and Ross exceeded any expectation I had about contractors, especially in this market, and especially since I have heard so many horror stories from various individuals throughout Denver. Ross was quick to respond to any questions we had and constantly gave us project updates as things moved along (we spoke almost daily, and it would have been daily if I wanted). He made us feel like we were his only clients, despite having multiple other jobs going while working with us. One of numerous stories; the night we moved in the house we notice a leak coming from the ceiling in our kitchen, I sent Ross a text on a Sunday morning showing him the issue, and on the same Sunday morning he was over at my house, giving up his one day of the week to do personal stuff fixing our plumbing that had been poorly repaired by a subcontractor. Not one grumble, sigh, or hint that it was an inconvenience to him, and that is Ross. There are too many stories like this to include, he goes above and beyond to make you happy in all of his work, and in some cases, work that is not his, because well, it does not look right to him, and he wants it to be right. He makes you feel like he can and will do anything, and he does. He literally takes care of everything, and addresses all concerns. He is honest, and he is straight with you on what is possible and what it will cost, and guess what, it costs exactly what he tells you! We have beyond enjoyed working with Ross and his crew over the past 6 weeks, and look forward to hiring him to do a basement finish in the future. I will go out of my way to tell people to use him for any home remodel project.See more
If Ross bids on your job, accept it, period. We bought a house in Arvada, and it needed severe updating. We have zero experience with any sort of remodeling/updating/construction/contractors etc., and we went with Ross over other bids primarily because he said he could meet our tight timeline and he just seemed like the right guy from the start. The project has all but concluded, and Ross exceeded any expectation I had about contractors, especially in this market, and especially since I have heard so many horror stories from various individuals throughout Denver. Ross was quick to respond to any questions we had and constantly gave us project updates as things moved along (we spoke almost daily, and it would have been daily if I wanted). He made us feel like we were his only clients, despite having multiple other jobs going while working with us. One of numerous stories; the night we moved in the house we notice a leak coming from the ceiling in our kitchen, I sent Ross a text on a Sunday morning showing him the issue, and on the same Sunday morning he was over at my house, giving up his one day of the week to do personal stuff fixing our plumbing that had been poorly repaired by a subcontractor. Not one grumble, sigh, or hint that it was an inconvenience to him, and that is Ross. There are too many stories like this to include, he goes above and beyond to make you happy in all of his work, and in some cases, work that is not his, because well, it does not look right to him, and he wants it to be right. He makes you feel like he can and will do anything, and he does. He literally takes care of everything, and addresses all concerns. He is honest, and he is straight with you on what is possible and what it will cost, and guess what, it costs exactly what he tells you! We have beyond enjoyed working with Ross and his crew over the past 6 weeks, and look forward to hiring him to do a basement finish in the future. I will go out of my way to tell people to use him for any home remodel project.

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Is it worth having a property manager?

While property managers do cost money, they can provide a lot of value to the client. They have marketing know-how and can advertise and perform showings of your property to the rental market. They can collect rent for you and screen potential tenants. They’ll also deal with tenant complaints and repairs, evictions and late rent. Finally, they can manage bill payments to simplify your paperwork and maximize your mental bandwidth.

Chat with top-rated property managers near you to find out if hiring one is worth the cost.

How do I find a good property manager?

You can find the best property manager in your area by starting with an online search. Compare profiles and ratings, and read customer reviews — these tend to give a snapshot of the manager’s quality of work and customer service. Additionally, customers may post photos of their properties that give an idea of the pro’s attention to detail.

Licensing is required in some states, so check to see your state’s policies on licenses and certification.

Finally, compare quotes and prices from at least three property managers.

Are there ways to be safe if I hire a property manager when social distancing?

If you're hiring a property manager to look after a property that you own, consider the safety implications of in-person visits. Due to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines, it may be difficult for the property manager to collect rent in person or complete certain maintenance tasks. Check with your local government guidelines and consider implementing extra safety measures -- such as wearing a mask and gloves -- if you have to meet with them in person.

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a property manager during the COVID-19 pandemic?

Ask the property manager if they can set up a virtual consultation or remote appointment using a phone or video chat. It’s best to avoid as much in-person contact as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. If they can talk virtually, ask any questions you have about the work that needs to be done. Ask about their system for handling payments, and see what kinds of precautions they have in place to ensure safety and social distancing. 

Does a property manager need to enter my home?

In most cases, a property manager should not have to enter your home or apartment unless there is a maintenance issue that needs attention. If you are hiring a property manager to look after your property, refer to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines and check on your state or local community rules. Ask the property manager whether they can collect rent through digital methods such as PayPal, Zelle or Venmo, and see if they can communicate with residents through video chat or phone call for maintenance issues. 

What’s the best way to set up a consultation or an appointment with a general contractor during the COVID-19 pandemic?

To set up a consultation or appointment with a general contractor during the COVID-19 pandemic, start by performing an online search for local professionals near you.

Message the contractor, and see if they are willing to set up a video consultation call instead of an in-person site visit. With video chat, the contractor may be able to assess the scale of the project, give you better information on what needs to be done and perhaps provide an estimate. Be sure to discuss virtual payments, as well as general strategies for staying safe.

Can I use digital payments to pay for general contractor services?

Currently, many general contractors are using common digital payment services like PayPal, Venmo, Square Cash, Zelle, Google Pay and more. And more will likely adopt these and similar platforms as coronavirus continues to force companies to take on digital capabilities.

Contact general contractors beforehand to discuss whether they accept digital payments, and take all necessary measures to meet social distancing recommendations. You can also compare general contractors side-by-side online to see which ones accept digital payments.

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