• General Contractors

"We do everything from the dirt to the roof."
Residential Builders License #882853
Commercial Builders License # 62634

Never let a contractor work on your home if they unable to pull a permit from the city, the city inspectors will insure that your job is done in a manner that meets building codes.

If someone is not licensed, insured and can't obtain a permit from the city, do you really want to take a chance and let them work on your biggest investment?

Call Jimmy Rogers!

Additions - A/C & Heating - Building - Carpentry - Carpenter - Ceramic Tile - Concrete - Decks - Electrical - Flooring - Metal Roofs - Painting - Plumbing - Remodeling - Renovations- Repairs - Roofing - Sheetrock - Siding - Tape & Floating - Texturing - Trim work - Windows.

No matter what type of work you need performed on your home we have a professional able to handle the project at a competitive price. I never cut corners, always use the best materials and always pay attention to the fine details of a project. Also, I always keep your home and yard as clean as possible during all phases of construction; we always clean up daily. I have the experience it takes to meet or exceed the building codes, as well as, make the experience hassle free for you. If you allow me to work on your home you will never hire another contractor.

Never let a contractor work on your home if they are unable to pull a permit from the city, the city inspectors will insure that your job is done in a manner that meets building codes.

We carry general liability, workers compensation and employers' liability insurance so you don't have to worry about the liabilities of construction. Did you know if you allow an unlicensed contractor that does not carry workers compensation on his or her employees to perform work on your home and someone from their company gets hurt on your property, it becomes your liability. Or if he or she does not carry general liability and your property is damaged by accident, it is your liability. Who wants to go to court?

Always ask to see proof of insurance directly from their insurance company and make sure your name and address are listed on the certificate of insurance.

What You Should Know About Payments
Don't pay cash.
Include a payment schedule in your written contract.