It's important to know that we are handling the construction of your project, but there are some things that you have to be aware of before the construction can begin. Please take a few moments to read this page and other pages listed in this section. You will be amazed at what we can and what we CAN NOT do.
Prior to the commencement of the construction, a Project Coordinator will visit you at the proposed construction site. The project Coordinator will be responsible for marking the property (with yellow and black construction cones with the DEWALT CONTRACTORS ® logo) for the following:
He/She will mark the area (with yellow and black construction cones with the DEWALT CONTRACTORS ® logo) where construction vehicles will park during work hours.
He/She will also mark the area (with yellow and black construction cones with the DEWALT CONTRACTORS ® logo) for any storage containers/trailers that will be used to house materials from the elements.
If a dumpster is needed (used in cases of additions, basement renovations, garages, kitchen and/or bathroom renovations), the site where the dumpster will remain during the entire phase of the construction will have to be marked (with yellow and black construction cones with the DEWALT CONTRACTORS ® logo) so that the delivery agent will know where to place the container.
IT IS THE SOLE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE CUSTOMER TO ENSURE OCCUPIED PROPERTIES HOSTING CONSTRUCTION THAT NO UNAUTHORIZED WASTE IS DEPOSITED INTIO THE DUMPSTER.
Customer accounts will be charges for any waste deposited into the dumpster. The dumpsters are weighed at the landfills and even if the waste is not visible at the time the dumpster is removed from the construction site, it will STILL be assessed to the invoice accordingly.
Finally, the Project Coordinator will mark a path that the Construction Workers will utilize to transport materials and equipment to and from the construction site (usually for additions, basements, garages, kitchen and bathroom renovations).
These paths must stay free and clear of any obstructions (this is subject, but not limited to: Yard furniture, lawn ornaments, bicycles, parked vehicles and/or out-of-service vehicles).
This path will more than likely be the shortest in distance and/or the most accessible for handling large equipment or materials.
There might be more than one path used.
If a Project Coordinator visits the construction site (prior to the commencement of construction) and sees any obstructions, he/she may issue a "Fix-It Order."
Fix It Orders are a list of things that the customer must do before construction may begin. Customers can comply with the Fix-It Order by simply completing the item(s) on the list and taking a photo of the said item (after it's completion) and emailing the the photo to email@example.com
FAILURE TO COMPLY WITH A FIX-IT ORDER WILL RESULT IN A DELAY OF CONSTRUCTION THAT MAY BE ASSESSED TO YOUR ACCOUNT.