Exterior Design FAQs
Yes, we have a “C” license (homebuilding) with Pikes Peak Regional Building. We provide proof of insurance upon request. Our subcontractors sign a Master Agreement or a Work Order prior to working for us.
We have been in business since 1999. Although exterior projects such as custom decks, patio covers, and outdoor kitchens were our focus for many years, remodeling slowly grew and became our mainstay (Stewartremodeling.com). In 2021, we decided to reemphasize the exterior side of our business and created Stewart Exteriors.
Yes. Stewart Remodeling has been an accredited BBB member with an A+ rating since 2007. Stewart Exteriors has been accredited since March of 2021.
Call us at (719) 418-5713 or complete the online form. For painting projects, we will call you to discuss the project, set a time to visit your home, then provide an estimate while at your home. For most other exterior projects, will discuss your project on the phone, visit your home, then we typically schedule to meet at our office to discuss aspects of the project.
We provide free estimates for painting and replacement projects like straight forward decks. For larger more complex projects, such as a deck with a patio cover and a sliding glass door, we provide a projected cost range. Once under contract, we finalize the design, make selections, and meet trades onsite to review the job.
On exterior projects such as decks, patio covers, and outdoor kitchen, our labor warranty is 3 years. Material warranties vary by manufacturer for most products (windows, decking, siding), although most decking products carry a pro-rated 25-year warranty against fading, staining, splitting, cracking, etc. Painting warranties vary depending on quality of paint. We generally recommend Sherwin Williams Duration and warranty that for 7 years.
No. Material and labor prices are sensitive information that can potentially compromise our business partnerships and profitability. However, we can provide costs for various pieces of a project.
Not for most projects, but there are exceptions like light fixtures. We want to be responsible for as much of the project as we can.
No. We allowed this on occasion over the years and were usually disappointed with the result. In the end we were still held responsible. Hiring people who know and understand our process and expectations helps us achieve our goals.