Good Day Construction
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Good Day Construction completed an insurance repair to my garage after a car ran into it. They gave me a fair price bid, worked with the insurance company and completed the work on-time and on budget!Nov 12, 2015
GDC is a great company to work with! They adjusted their schedule to keep my project moving forward as much as they could. They are very responsive when I called and stayed on budget, even allowing me to do some things to help reduce the price. Dan Church and his crew were extremely nice and professional through out the process. I definitely recommend if you have construction needs to give them a call. They will work with you! Bryan , New Berlin WINov 10, 2015Verified
Good Day construction removed my Aunt's old deck and built a new one for her. He did a beautiful job! I love how everything was done in a timely manner and great clean up after the work was finished. Will most definitely be calling him for some possible work in the future.Nov 10, 2015Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?We do have standard square foot or per fixture pricing for most of the items we complete. These prices have been developed over the years based on our costs to complete the subject work being quoted. We have reviewed our pricing against national pricing guides and books and are typically in the "middle" of the pricing ranges for the items we complete.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?It depends on the project, but our typical process is to meet with the customer to obtain plans or measure up the project and review the customer's needs. From there we will work up a quote with "budgeted material costs" included unless the customer is going to supply their own materials. If they decide to go with us for the project we will then finalize material selections and schedule the job to be completed.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?We attend industry trade shows and often have classes/training with product suppliers/manufacturers on proper use and installation of certain products. This is in addition to the state and federal required training to keep our licenses and registrations valid.