About Gayler Design Build
We design and remodel kitchens, baths, whole houses, and outdoor living spaces, as well as design and build additions, doing so with superior efficiency, quality craftsmanship, dependable communication, and family-like, personalized attention.
Meet George and Darlene Gayler
Our niche is kitchen and bath remodels, whole house remodels and room additions of any size and type. In the remodeling business, we have whatever the style that neighborhood and the house is, so we’re mimicking a lot of the architectural features on the homes we’re going to. We try to blend it so you can’t tell we were there except for it is bigger and it is changed. Together, we make a great team. We’re 100% on time and on budget for the last 21 years. That gives us a lot of credibility to what we tell the clients what we’re able to do for them.
Gayler Design Build Process
From the first phone call to the post-construction evaluation our 6 Step Process ensures our customer's projects are finished on time and on budget - every time.
Gayler Design Build Process Explained
Remodeling your home can be fraught with fear…Traditionally, homeowners have solicited bids from multiple contractors, after hiring an architect or designer first… And, then they search to find a reputable company who can build their project within the budget that the architect assured them was correct. Any input after construction begins can be costly, tracked by change orders, and may result in significant project delays. Find out the advantages of working with a design/build firm, like Gayler Design Build.
Finding the Right Contractor: The 3 Bid Myth
Hiring the right remodeling company presents a dilemma for some clients. How can you put the project out for bids if the remodeling company is already hired? Isn't competitive bidding the way to ensure a fair price? Find out why automatically asking for 3 bids may not be the way you want to start your remodeling journey.
Finding the Right Contractor: Asking the Hard Questions
How do you find the right contractor? A thorough interview.
As no job interview begins by negotiating salary, hiring a remodeling company should not be any different. Before you get to compensation, you want to be sure you have a qualified applicant. Take a look at how asking the hard questions will help ensure you get the results you are expecting.