A great Remodel begins with an experienced team who co-operate to bring the Owner's vision into reality. Greenfield Building works with your Architect and Designer beginning at the conceptual phase, with budget feedback and input on material and process decisions. 
The contract and final plan set become the benchmark, so you can be certain you will get what you expected.
On the Job the Lead Carpenter works closely with our trusted Subcontractors, Suppliers, and Tradespeople and is your regular contact, ensuring continuity and accountability.


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Since we consider ourselves your ally, there should be transparency on costs of our overhead, labor or subcontractors, as well as any allowances for materials to be selected. With Allowances, you only pay the actual cost of materials selected- you can choose to spend more or less than the allowance, giving you direct control over many of the costs. Any changes to the Contract will be in writing so you can decide in advance on any increased costs.


Construction can be complicated and stressful. We start by sharing the names of previous Clients. You can hear firsthand from people who have worked with us recently.  You'll have the confidence of working with a licensed Contractor who carries Worker's Compensation and Liability Insurance to protect you.


We do our utmost to treat you with respect, and to be considerate of your family schedule and your property. We keep the work area and job site clean and safe, limit loud music, and trash. We produce a schedule at the start of a project, and update you at weekly meetings about decisions that may be upcoming, and any changes in the schedule. After the work is done we clean up completely and walk the entire job with you, to be sure you are completely satisfied, before final payment.

10 Things to Expect during a home remodel project, Click below.

10 Things to Expect When You Remodel

Chris D’Andrea, Pete D’Agostino, and the rest of the crew at Greenfield Building have taught me that you truly do get what you pay for. I’ve used lesser contractors and always emerged from a project pretty disillusioned and just glad to have it over with. Greenfield Building—and specifically the project management skills of Chris and Pete (who was the day-to-day onsite supervisor)—demonstrated to me the value of hiring true professionals if you want to have a project done right and not get frustrated in the process...and that doesn’t mean sacrificing good humor and personality.