Why Hire A General Contractor?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Benefits of hiring a General Contractor
We all do it:

We are willing to pay a little more for expertise, convenience, and service. Most of us don't get our milk from 5-gallon buckets that we got after we drove to the dairy farm. That is cheaper, but much less convenient than the fancy gallon jugs we buy. This is our aim at Amber Valley: To provide you with a level of expertise, convenience, and service that you cannot obtain on your own as a homeowner. We call it Client-Driven Solutions

Built with the right people

Sure, you can go find your own electrician, trim carpenter, drywall installer, flooring installer, roofer, plumber, etc. but we have already taken the time to vet a team that excels not only in quality but also in service. Will the electrician you hire come back in four years if there is a problem? We have warranty agreements with our team so that you can have the peace of mind that your whole project will be taken care of for a long time.

Built with the right products and materials

Honestly, some of the products at Lowes or Home Depot we would never install on our own homes. Do you know the ones that will fail in short order? We stay up to date on the best products and materials for your home as well. We partner with several local distributors to find the best products for different applications. At Amber Valley, we bring the experience and product knowledge you need to have quality products and installation

Built the right way

Building standards and codes change on a regular basis. We are regularly being trained on these standards so that you can have the peace of mind that comes with a project that is installed to current code requirements.

Built in the right time

Oops, there was an issue that came up on your remodeling project (This NEVER happens *wink wink*). What can or cannot be done to keep your project moving? Through our experience, we have run into most problems and have the knowhow to find workarounds with our team to keep your project as close to running on schedule as possible.