How soon can you start my project?
We can begin work on your project as soon as the details are agreed to and the contract is signed. To get to that stage, we may need to take time to quote the project, materials and time. Ultimately we want to ensure we understand your expectations and that we are agreed upon the details of your project.
How do we pay you?
We will create a project plan at our first meeting detailing every cost aspect of your project. Payment will be expected at various points of the project and will be clearly spelled out in the contract to avoid surprises. Nobleman accepts cash, check, venmo.
What can I expect during the project?
After discussing your ideas, we will create a detailed contact and production schedule with you. We want to know your goals for the project, the things that may concern you about it, and where your budget is fixed. Once we begin work, we'll keep you updated every step of the way.
What kind of crew do you utilize?
Majority of projects that Nobleman handyman Nate will take on are ones he can complete on his own. In some cases to ensure project sanctification, Nate may recommend a trusted specialist to safely complete a stage (ie heavy electrical, plumbing, massive paint jobs, etc). We only use the highest quality professionals and skilled workers. And ultimately the choice to use other vendors is completely up to the client.
Where do the products come from that you need for my project?
All projects are different, and so are their requirements. We strive to use local resources as much as possible for your project. Because we are a licensed contract, we have relationships with many quality manufacturers and businesses that allow us to pass the savings on to you.
What is your service area? (distance to travel)
Projects within 15 miles of downtown Milwaukee are subject to no additional charge. Projects outside of Milwaukee proper and exceed 15 miles of travel time may incur additional costs for travel.
Then contact us!
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