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Design-build is a construction delivery method in which the design and construction of a project are contracted and managed by a single entity, Golden Glove Construction. This delivery method can save time and money by reducing or eliminating the need for separate contracts for design and construction services.
Golden Glove Construction has extensive experience in design-build projects, from small kitchen and bathroom remodels to large multi-million dollar construction projects. We have a team of experienced designers and construction professionals who will work closely with you to ensure that your project is completed on time and within budget.
There are many benefits to choosing a design-build company, but some of the most important benefits are that you will save time and money, and you will have a single point of contact throughout the entire project. With a design-build company, you will have a team of professionals who are experienced in both the design and construction phases of your project. This team will work together to ensure that your project is completed on time and on budget.
When it comes to choosing countertops, quartz, marble, and granite are all great materials that come with their own individual benefits. Quartz is a man-made material that is non-porous, making it resistant to staining and easy to clean. Marble is a natural stone that is heat resistant and has a unique, luxurious look. Granite is also a natural stone that is durable and available in a variety of colors and patterns. Ultimately, the decision of which material to choose for your countertops depends on your personal preferences and needs. Golden Glove Construction is happy to help you choose the perfect countertops for your kitchen or bathroom remodel!
After you submit a form for a free quote, one of our expert designers will reach out to you to discuss your project in more detail. They will ask you questions about your vision, budget, and timeline for the project. Based on that information, they will put together a custom quote for you.
At Inspecticore, we know that the home buying process is exciting and, at times, stressful. We work hard to minimize stress and simplify the steps of the inspection process.
Questions about what to expect typically arise along the way, so we’ve compiled a list of commonly asked questions. If you don’t see what you’re looking for, we encourage you to contact us at (516) 524-0673 and one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff will be glad to help.
For many people, the purchase of a home is the largest investment they will ever make. Therefore, it is important to have the home visually inspected inside and outside for potentially costly defects. The inspection is thorough, but is not technically exhaustive as it is only visual.
200% Guarantee: If you’re not completely satisfied with the inspector’s service at the conclusion of your home inspection, we’ll give you a full refund AND pay for another inspector of your choice to complete a second inspection. Please note that the fee paid to the new inspection company may not exceed the original home inspection fee charged by Inspecticore. You must be present for the duration of the inspection and are required to notify Inspecticore at the conclusion of the onsite inspection.
1-year Termite Warranty: Extend your protection from 90 days to 12 months. The 12-month protection plan is available for $99 during the week of inspection.
Contact us with any questions regarding our warranties.
Our complete visual home inspection includes the following:
Though your presence at the inspection is not a requirement, we do encourage you attend so that you may observe the process. Additionally, the report is much easier to understand if you have seen the issues in person.
The average on-site inspection time for a single inspector is two to three hours for a typical single-family house; anything significantly less may not be enough time to perform a thorough inspection. Additional inspectors may be brought in for very large properties and buildings.
Yes! In most cases, you will receive the report within 24 hours of the date of inspection.
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No. The inspection report is first and foremost, an information tool. Items in need of repair may either be accepted “as-is” or negotiated between the buyer and seller, depending on the terms set out in the sales contract.
The buyer is responsible for the fee and it is due ahead of the inspection appointment.
The home buyer selects the inspector. Choosing the time and date of the inspection may be done by you or by an authorized agent. You may also visit our scheduling page to schedule a home inspection online.
Yes! All utilities must be turned on prior to the inspector’s arrival, as the inspection cannot be thoroughly completed if they are not. This will also result in an additional return visit fee. Your agent can arrange for the utilities to be turned on if they are not already.
No. Your Inspecticore home inspection report is an easy to read narrative report complete with full color photos. Our report also includes information such as an easy to read Repair Summary Page, which is not provided by many inspectors, and allows you to plan and prioritize.
Yes! Many lessees in Long Island are required to sign triple net leases which transfers responsibility of paying for all maintenance, upkeep, damage, and repairs to the lessee. It’s incredibly important to find out the building’s condition by scheduling a commercial property inspection BEFORE signing the lease.
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