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At Builders Choice Contractors, we believe that your project should be kept as simple and straightforward as possible, regardless how complex the task may seem.
We try to avoid subcontractors and outsourcing wherever possible. We specialize in both residential and commercial development.
Contact us for details about our services!
|Waco, TX 76708|
|Contact Charles Wilson|
|Charles Wilson accepts cash, checks, Paypal and credit cards|
The effort we take to please every customer we can.
We offer a broad range of in-house services, including:
We use only high quality materials.
We are pleased to share this project that we re-visited as a routine, courtesy follow up. The design + build exterior renovation consisted of an elevated deck with a screen room plus a ground-level patio. The home is in Killeen, Texas. The work was done one year ago. Builders Choice Contractors is extremely proud of our craftsmanship that clearly has withstood the test of time. The exterior work has now been exposed to the elements for 4 seasons. The client extends an open invitation to stop by anytime. We love the work that you did. It has been quite useful and we enjoy it greatly and often,â€ť attests this very happy client.
What do I have to pull a permit for?
Any new structures, such as a home, addition, garage, shed, deck, or any structural changes.
Any change of current use of area within a home would require permits (e.g. finishing a basement to
provide habitable space, creating a bedroom from an existing space).
Window & exterior door replacement
Non-structural repairs and renovations within a home, or replacement of existing fixtures do not require a
permit. (Replacement of cabinets, counters, flooring, painting, awnings/shutters attached to the home)
Installing air conditioning
Water heater replacement
Repair water/sewer lines
Bargains don’t exist in my world
Kitchen and bathroom remodeling
Bring in natural light without adding windows.
Before cutting a big hole in the side of your house and rearranging the framing, consider less invasive—and less expensive—ways of capturing light. To brighten up a windowless bath or hallway, for instance, you can install a "light tube," which slips between roof rafters and funnels sunshine down into the living space.
Cost to add a double–pane insulated window: $1,500
Cost for a light tube: $500
We average over 200 projects in a year.
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