About New Look Remodeling Inc.
We are a general contracting business incorporated in 2008 by Michael and Kara Weisrock. Michael brings 12 years of experience to residential and light commercial building and high-end renovations. Currently the company is involved in custom whole-house renovations and remodels, in addition to, kitchen and bathroom remodels and commercial projects.
A typical project is structured with Michael as the primary project manager. He is on the job from start to finish and is responsible for the implementation of the design. Michael has worked with our subcontractors for years because our relationships are built on trust and performance.
Our pride and personal involvement in the work we perform result in superior quality and service. This attitude is also directly reflected in Michael's level of responsibility, professionalism and competency.
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TIle, finish carpentry and final detail work. New Look Remodeling is on the job from start to finish. No new job is started prior to your job being complete.
Products that best suit the customers needs and affordability for the customer.
Questions and Answers
How many projects do you average in a year?
This really depends on how big the projects are? If it is a whole house remodel and is anywhere from 1000 sqft to 1500 sqft, this will take 4 to 6 weeks. If I'm doing a secondary bathroom remodel it will take 7 to 10 working days. Master bathroom remodels take 15 to 18 working days.
What are you most proud of?
Condo remodel in Huntington Beach. Completely demoed interior to drywall. Refaced kitchen cabinets. Installed new granite countertop. Tiled backsplash to ceiling. Installed crown moulding in soffit. Retiled shower and shower pan. Refaced vanity cabinets and new countertops. All plumbing fixtures were up graded. New door hardware was added to all doors. Installed new closet doors. installed a new granite mantel and hearth. Glass tile was install on the fire surround. Engineered would flooring was installed through out. New baseboard and base shoe were installed. Drywall was touched up with a knockdown texture. Interior paint throughout.
What is important to know about your profession?
The amount of time spent on traveling and estimating without the guarantee of get the job. Also, there are a lot of General Contractors that are looking to just get in and get out. Make the money and are not concerned about the quality and detail that the homeowner would like.
How can we save money hiring you?
Reduce the price on your materials. Less expensive materials can look just as nice if not nicer than the top of the line materials.
I work for two Orange County Builders for 9 years. I spent two years as a Customer Service Representative fielding homeowners calls. Anything that I was unable to do myself I would call the trade in to fix and address the issue. I then wanted to further my Knowledge in the Homebuilding industry so I moved on to become Assistant Construction Manager at a corporate publicly held company. I assisted the Construction Manager in running the backend. I would take the house after drywall was completed and finish the house complete. If the homeowner had questions, problems or items that needed to be fixed I would address the issue myself or notify and schedule the trade.
Do you offer any service after finishing the work?
12month or 1 year warranty from the date that the job was completed. This business is based on referrals and New Look Remodeling will always come back on any work that is not up to industry standards.
What types of jobs are the most common?
Bathroom renovations, drywall repair and paying interior and exterior
What do you recommend to know before hiring you?
A plan or blue print of the area you want renovated. Ideas and selections of what types of materials they would like installed
What questions should a customer ask before hiring you?
Communication is key. If the job is a remodel, the homeowner should ask for an estimate and contract outlining all work that will be done from start to finish. If the homeowner is hiring at an hourly rate verify the General Contractor has written down the description of work and you verify what will be done.