What Makes Menold Different
Employees - We employ carpenters, drywallers, tile installers, and painters. Menold employees typically handle the demolition, framing, windows, doors, siding, drywall, cabinetry, trim work, painting, tile work, and other forms of carpentry. The majority of our carpenters have a minimum of fifteen years experience.
Lead Man System - Communication is essential to a successful remodeling or restoration project. You will be assigned a dedicated Lead Carpenter who will build and run your project. He will keep you informed daily on the day-to-day activities, upcoming decisions you will need to make, meetings you will need to attend, days that work will not be done, and if there is going to be a delay.
Subcontractors - All Menold subcontractors go through a qualification process. This includes reference checks, jobsite visits, and providing proof of liability and worker's compensation insurance. We subcontract trades like electrical and plumbing because we want a licensed trained professional working in your home.
Insurance - Menold is fully insured with liability and worker's compensation insurance.
Smoking - No smoking is permitted in your home by Menold employees or by Menold subcontractors. Any smoking will be done outside. All cigarette butts will be put in the garbage, not on the ground.
Drug Free Workplace - We are a "drug free" company. All employees must pass a drug screen before they are hired. After employed, all field and office employees are randomly drug tested throughout their employment.
Material Selections - There are a lot of products to pick out (cabinets, counter tops, flooring, etc.). We have simplified the process by building a showroom. All your products can be selected in one location, which saves you time. Your Project Manager and our Show Room Designers will help you figure out colors, styles, and what products best suit your budget.
Schedules - Dependent upon the size of your project you will get a copy of the job schedule, which includes a start date and a completion date. Your Lead Carpenter uses the schedule as a benchmark to run your project. He is responsible for keeping your project moving and on schedule.
Dust Control and Floor Protection - We seal off the construction area with plastic and/or temporary walls. All floors are protected with tarps and/or floor runners. This prevents us from "dusting" your home and scratching your floors.
Cleanliness - Your jobsite will be kept generally clean and orderly. At the end of the day we will do a general clean up and sweep.
Punch List - You will be asked to fill out a "Punch List" by your Lead Carpenter. Any items that do not meet your expectations will be addressed and/or corrected if needed.
Certificate of Completion - Before we final bill your project, you will be asked to sign a "Certificate of Completion". This says we have completed your project according to our agreement and the project meets your satisfaction.
GuildQuality - Every project we complete that is greater than $2,000 in size is submitted to GuildQuality to have a customer satisfaction survey completed. We use the survey results to continually refine our process to insure the customer is always getting the best value and experience we can provide. Click here to view our GuildQuality report.
Warranty - Menold projects come with a non-transferable five-year warranty on workmanship. Menold Construction, Inc. warrants to the owner that materials and equipment furnished under the contract will be of good quality and new unless otherwise required or permitted by the contract documents. Materials and equipment will carry the explicit warranty of their corresponding manufacturers.