Top 10 Remodeling Contractors in Jerome, ID

Porch Pro Headshot ReBath (Boise, Spokane, Portland)
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
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Regardless of how big or small your next bathroom renovation is, the experts at Re-Bath of Southern Idaho in Meridian can help you transform your bathroom from dull to dazzling. Through a number of color and style options, we'll walk you through the entire design and installation process so that you...Read more about ReBath (Boise, Spokane, Portland)
Regardless of how big or small your next bathroom renovation is, the experts at Re-Bath of Southern Idaho in Meridian can help you transform your bathroom from dull to dazzling. Through a number of color and style options, we'll walk you through the entire design and installation process so that you...Read more about ReBath (Boise, Spokane, Portland)
Porch Pro Headshot Dat-Sun Construction
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
(10)
"Alfredo is great and he does great work. He can do just about anything, but painting is where he really shines. Would highly recommend him without hesitation, just like I did to my mom and friends, all of whom agree with my review."
"Alfredo is great and he does great work. He can do just about anything, but painting is where he really shines. Would highly recommend him without hesitation, just like I did to my mom and friends, all of whom agree with my review."
Porch Pro Headshot Plews Heating and Air
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
(1)
Plews Heating & A/C Value - Solutions - Satisfaction www.plewsheating.com 208-734-5722 We are a full service Heating and A/C company locally owned for 39 yrs. We are licensed and insured. We are a Factory authorized Bryant dealer and offer an exclusive 100% satisfaction guarantee. We are the areas...Read more about Plews Heating and Air
Plews Heating & A/C Value - Solutions - Satisfaction www.plewsheating.com 208-734-5722 We are a full service Heating and A/C company locally owned for 39 yrs. We are licensed and insured. We are a Factory authorized Bryant dealer and offer an exclusive 100% satisfaction guarantee. We are the areas...Read more about Plews Heating and Air
Porch Pro Headshot A&M Carpentry
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
(8)
A & M Carpentry has been in the construction trade since 1982. Truly, we can make your vision a reality. We have build homes from the footing to roofing tiles and everything in between. we now focus on Custom cabinets and fine finish work is our specialty. Happily complete any job, any size. We de...Read more about A&M Carpentry
A & M Carpentry has been in the construction trade since 1982. Truly, we can make your vision a reality. We have build homes from the footing to roofing tiles and everything in between. we now focus on Custom cabinets and fine finish work is our specialty. Happily complete any job, any size. We de...Read more about A&M Carpentry
Porch Pro Headshot landscapes and construction of idaho
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
(5)
Landscapes of Idaho has been helping satisfy customers for almost a decade. We specialize in New construction, lawn services, back flow installation and testing, remodeling from outside decks to building complete pole barns or garages.
Landscapes of Idaho has been helping satisfy customers for almost a decade. We specialize in New construction, lawn services, back flow installation and testing, remodeling from outside decks to building complete pole barns or garages.
Porch Pro Headshot High End Remodeling & Repair Service,INC and ASAP Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Electrical, INC
We are well-prepared to provide you with excellent residential, commercial, or industrial remodeling services. We also offer flooring, home additions construction, interior and exterior renovations, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, and more.
We are well-prepared to provide you with excellent residential, commercial, or industrial remodeling services. We also offer flooring, home additions construction, interior and exterior renovations, bathroom and kitchen remodeling, and more.
Porch Pro Headshot Honey Doee Handyman
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
Experienced remodeling contractor specializing in smaller remodels and fix up's in Twin Falls, ID.
Experienced remodeling contractor specializing in smaller remodels and fix up's in Twin Falls, ID.
Porch Pro Headshot Cutting Edge Remodeling, Inc.
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
Third generation carpenter. We specialize in complete kitchen and bath remodels, additions, unfinished basements, restorations, new construction, and investment properties. We can handle almost any job big or small. We pride ourselves on high quality work and doing the job right the first time. We m...Read more about Cutting Edge Remodeling, Inc.
Third generation carpenter. We specialize in complete kitchen and bath remodels, additions, unfinished basements, restorations, new construction, and investment properties. We can handle almost any job big or small. We pride ourselves on high quality work and doing the job right the first time. We m...Read more about Cutting Edge Remodeling, Inc.
Porch Pro Headshot Rasmussen Family Construction LLC
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
"Remodeling, bathroom/kitchen, construction, framing, tile, flooring, drywall, tile, electrical. Rasmussen Family Construction Serves the Twin Falls and surrounding areas. We offer full construction services such as bathroom and kitchen remodeling along with room additions or home renovations. ...Read more about Rasmussen Family Construction LLC
"Remodeling, bathroom/kitchen, construction, framing, tile, flooring, drywall, tile, electrical. Rasmussen Family Construction Serves the Twin Falls and surrounding areas. We offer full construction services such as bathroom and kitchen remodeling along with room additions or home renovations. ...Read more about Rasmussen Family Construction LLC
Porch Pro Headshot Shane's Plumbing
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho
I have been in the plumbing business for 37 years and can fix all your plumbing problems!
I have been in the plumbing business for 37 years and can fix all your plumbing problems!

Frequently asked questions about remodeling contractors

The important steps to remember when finding a good local remodeling contractor:

Reviews - Check the contractor’s website and social media to see what their previous clients have said about their home remodeling work.

Past projects - Often, you’ll be able to find pictures of their previous work on their website or social media. If people are really happy with their remodeled home, they often post pictures on social media and then tag the remodeling contractor.

Up-to-date licenses - It would be useful to know what licenses and registration are needed for renovations companies in your state, and then make sure your contractor is up to standard.

Word of mouth - Generally people like to talk, so ask around for recommendations from your friends and neighbors to see if there is a top remodeling contractor in your community. It’s really important to hire someone you can trust, and if they already have a good reputation in your town, you can probably trust that they’ll treat you well too.

Compare prices - You can get a quote from a number of remodeling contractors or renovations companies to see who has the best going rate compared to the best reputation. Check to see how much each is charging for labor vs. the estimated cost of materials for the home remodeling.

Check out this article for more tips on hiring the best remodeling contractor for the job. It has further details on this topic.

Hiring a remodeling contractor can put you in a vulnerable position. Not only are you inviting someone you don’t know into your home, but you’re also allowing them to take your home apart and put it back together.

With this in mind, the following tips are recommended:

  • Have a written contract that outlines all the work to be completed and the pricing.
  • Note any additions to scope that come up as the project progresses, including additional materials and sizing issues.
  • Make sure the contractor is licensed and insured.
  • Ask for referrals and follow them up. Ask previous clients what they have to say about the work, including the quality and price, and whether the remodeling contractor stayed on budget.
  • Pay attention to the contractor’s style of communication and how he/she is able to communicate about the project. Are they willing to discuss details about their progress? Are they willing to be flexible?
  • Get a written estimate from the renovation company or remodeling contractor. Make sure it’s detailed and includes all the supplies needed, the rate per hour of work, and any other factors such as a timeline or special orders.

Depending on the project, you may be required to pay a deposit for the work. According to the National Association of the Remodeling Industry, “Receiving some sort of down payment at signing is a good practice to ensure a customer’s sincere intent to do the project. A payment schedule should be part of the contract language. Typical down payments are 25% to 33%. Sometimes even higher depending on the type of work being done. A down payment is highly recommended when products have to be ordered by the contractor immediately.”

You may be able to negotiate the percentage of the down payment, especially if you have established good communication with them. Ask your remodeling contractor what they expect and work out an agreeable percentage, but never pay the total cost upfront.

While it may be tempting to take on a remodeling project on your own, it's usually wise to hire a professional remodeling contractor for the job. Hiring a pro may save you money down the road because a pro can help you avoid costly mistakes and possible miscalculations. A remodeling contractor will carry liability and workers compensation insurance, which is set up to protect both the homeowner and contractor.

As you consider how to move forward with your home remodeling vision, you’ll have to consider which parts (if any) you can do yourself and what will have to be done professionally. For example, you may know how to paint a room, but don’t have the first clue about drywalling or knocking down a wall. These are things you probably don’t want to just take a swing at yourself.

These are some other issues people sometimes encounter when doing a DIY remodeling of their home:

  • Time — When it comes down to it, you simply don’t have the hours to put toward a home remodeling project.
  • Effort — What sounds simple enough in theory sometimes turns out to be rather laborious, and is no longer worth the DIY bragging rights.
  • Money — You may not save much money with a DIY project because you a) might cause damage, b) may need to redo some of your work, and c) may not get the materials for the same rate as the renovation company.

Having a solid plan up front will make hiring a remodeling contractor well worth your while.

Requirements for contractor licensing vary from state to state. Approximately 35 states require licenses. In some states, requirements for licensing are very lenient, so the licenses might not mean much to the consumer. In other states, a license means the contractor has a good track record.

Make sure licenses are up-to-date when hiring a renovations company or general contractor. Some states require different licensing categories and/or requirements, so it would be wise to read up on those of your state and check to see if your contractor’s license covers the type of work needed. Never hire a remodeling contractor that doesn’t have or can’t produce their license for working in your state, no matter their reason. Most states require that a license be obtained by any remodeling contractor performing work valued over $500.

With a license, the contractor should be up to date on current building codes, safety policies, disposal of hazardous materials, labor and employee hiring, and permitting. If the contractor doesn’t produce the paperwork, you may want to consider going in another direction.

Proof of a license does not always guarantee good work. Other than checking on a remodeling contractor’s license, homeowners should make sure a potential contractor carries liability and workers compensation insurance. Homeowners should scrutinize contractor’s reviews, look at a portfolio of past work, and look into a pro’s local reputation.

There are many factors involved when it comes to hiring a professional home remodeling contractor. Consider variables such as the complexity and size of the space being renovated, the cost and quality of materials, and the number of subcontractors and labor required.

Don’t go by the price itself, however. Though you’ll collect many estimates from remodeling contractors, don’t let price be the deciding factor. If you pay less, you may get less. Beware of any estimates that stand out as being lower (or higher, for that matter) than the rest.

Get several estimates and make sure they’re itemized (time, materials, costs, etc.) so you can compare various quotes. You may find that the higher cost is worth the money.

Some common things that will likely increase the cost of a remodeling contractor:

  • Electrical or plumbing work is involved.
  • The materials are imported.
  • The project is complex (several rooms, a particularly unique design, extra-heavy materials).
  • The time of year. Most people do their renovations in the late spring and summer, making it the season where demand allows for higher rates.

Consult the free Porch project cost guides to get an idea about how much a home renovation project may cost in your area.

The benefits of having one general contractor outweigh any other situation, including you trying to juggle all the different aspects of the project yourself. Hire a general contractor to manage subcontractors and schedule all the work.

There are many different types of contractors based on the kind of labor they’re trained in. For example, there are concrete contractors, HVAC contractors, closet contractors, kitchen contractors, and roofing contractors. Once you determine the specific work that needs to be done for your home remodeling project, you can look for a particular kind of contractor. If you need to remodel a whole room, you can get a contractor specific to that or to the kind of material you’ll be using, like drywall or plaster.

Since different types of contractors can potentially work on your home remodel, having a general contractor to outsource is the best way to go. When subcontractors are bringing on a crew, make sure that it’s a solid team and that everyone is on the same page with costs, materials, and the design of the remodeling vision. Everyone should know their work well and be properly licensed according to your state regulations.

Choosing a local remodeling contractor who knows the best local subcontractors is a smart way to go. Contractors and laborers often collaborate, especially in smaller towns. Making good contracting decisions will ensure that you’ll enjoy both the progress and results of your next home remodeling project. Remember that communication is the key to success. Setting reasonable expectations, establishing a good repertoire, and regularly checking in will lead to a smooth, easy home improvement project.

Recent reviews for Jerome Remodeling Contractors

3948

Very responsive in communication. Very good to keep appointment. Very good work quality.

The whole project was a great success.

3686

Very good work quality. Excellent to keep appointment. Very good value.

Good

3727

Excellent value. Excellent responsiveness in communication. Excellent to keep appointment.

12079

is a pleasure to work with

- Jaime Jaimes
4133

Excellent work quality. Excellent responsiveness in communication. Excellent to keep appointment.

This man know construction and has been working with his hands for over 3 decades. You can't get better!

4662

Excellent work quality. Excellent responsiveness in communication. Excellent to keep appointment.

It was flawless and clean and fast

3669

Excellent to keep appointment. Excellent work quality. Excellent value.

Enjoyed his work and attended not bad on the eyes

3682

Excellent to keep appointment. Excellent value. Excellent responsiveness in communication.

I purchased a rental house, and I had A&M Construction do some remodeling. They were courteous and professional, and even finished the project in a very short deadline. Remodel looks great. Thank you A&M Construction!! Highly recommend.

199584

Dustin and Tyler did an amazing job! The finishing work was superb. We love our new shower!

- Sharon Miller
209102

Nate and Zak were great to work with. They kept us informed, laid down mats to protect our floors and carpets, and worked very efficiently.

- Joan Mamanakis
42885

We had a very good experience with Re-Bath. They did a excellent job and the 2 young men that did the work were wonderful. The salesman was very informative and explained every thing to our satisfaction. When I get some more money I will have my other ...

- Gary Adams

Everything You Need to Know About Jerome Remodeling Contractors

Does the remodeling contractor I want to hire need to be licensed in Jerome?

Before you start any project, it is crucial to learn about the certifications and licenses that you or your Remodeling Contractor need to have. There are 5 remodeling contractors in Jerome that are licensed.

Here are the types of license(s) Remodeling Contractors need to have to work on Remodeling Contractors jobs in ID:

How do I know I am getting a fair price for Remodeling Contractors work in Jerome?

Every Remodeling Contractors job has different requirements. Remember that the price will differ depending on the scope of your project. However, that doesn't mean you have to go in blind. Check out our tips for getting a fair price for Jerome work from Remodeling Contractorsbelow:

  • Talk to a few different Remodeling Contractors and ask for quotes to compare. We have around 50 professionals and companies in Jerome for you to compare.
  • Before contacting a company, check out the ratings and reviews from previous customers to learn what others have paid, how long the Remodeling Contractors took on the job, and how satisfied they were.

How does invoicing/payment work for most Remodeling Contractor projects in Jerome?

Every project differs, but you should ask any remodeling contractor for an estimate, before they do any work. In fact, ask for their general payment terms before any remodeling contractors work is done.

If the job is large and going to take longer than a day, it's common practice for remodeling contractors to request a down payment. Usually, this will be around 25% so they can commence work on your remodeling contractor project.

If it's a quick job, you'll likely be given an invoice/bill when the job is complete. Then it's up to you and the remodeling contractor to determine if you pay immediately or can send payment at a later date.

All Remodeling Contractors in Jerome, ID

Porch Pro Headshot Sterling Construction, LLC
Remodeling Contractors
Serves Jerome, Idaho

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Jerome 83338
Deck Construction
Start Date
I'm flexible
Service requested
Build new deck
Plans, drawings, or blueprints
Yes, I have design plans.
Deck size (SQFT)
250 to 500 square feet
Surface and railing material
Wood
Deck structure material
Wood
Structural features
Custom stairs
Supplemental additions
BBQ
Material provided
Yes, I just need construction
Jerome 83338
Deck Construction
Start Date
Within a year
Existing deck
Yes
Approximate size of deck to build
500-1000 sq ft
Decking and railing materials
Synthetic or composite
Deck features
Multi-level deck, Privacy fence and railings
Other deck features
No, thanks, just the deck
Extent of design or prep work
No
Jerome 83338
Deck Construction
Start Date
Within a month
Service requested
Modify deck
Change surface material
No
Structural modifications
Yes
Existing deck structure
Wood
Structural changes
Modify stairs
Supplemental features
Add ramp
Materials provided
No, pro must provide materials
Jerome 83338
Residential Remodeling
Start Date
Within a week
Project type
Home remodel or addition
Type of remodeling project
New gas fireplace insert replacing wood stove insert.
Extent of design prep
No
Jerome 83338
Deck Construction
Start Date
Within a year
Service requested
Build new deck
Plans, drawings, or blueprints
No, I want to discuss it with a professional
Deck size (SQFT)
500 to 1000 square feet
Surface and railing material
Composite
Deck structure material
Concrete or masonry
Structural features
Multiple levels, Custom stairs
Supplemental additions
Built-in benches, planters, or storage
Material provided
No, pro must provide the materials