General Contracting

Increase the value of your property with custom renovations

Some of the most active conversations in the Home Buying & Selling Forum deal with repair issues, and I’m always surprised how little buyers and sellers understand about the way that topic is covered in their contracts.

If you’re venturing beyond a simple home repair project to new technically challenging installations such as adding electrical circuits or adding a sink, you should first check to see if a permit is required from your local building department. You don’t need a permit for many home repairs but you may need a permit for “new work” especially for electrical, heating, cooling and plumbing. In some cases, the permit will require that a licensed contractor do the work to protect the public’s health, safety and welfare. In some cases it may be required that the local Building Inspector review your work during construction and after its completion. A & V Group has all the tools to complete the job right the first time. Feel free to contact us for a quote.

Our work includes both renovations and new construction. The following list summarizes just a few of the types of projects that we do on a day to day basis:

  • steel and shingle roofing,
  • eaves trough,
  • soffit and fascia,
  • garages,
  • shutters,
  • bathrooms,
  • painting,
  • interlocking stone,
  • gingerbread accents,
  • decks,
  • additions,
  • handicap access,
  • docks, bridges,
  • bathroom,
  • and kitchen reno’s.
  • fencing,
  • gazebos,
  • windows,
  • doors,