For the past 30 years, we have crafted a process that makes home transformations smooth for both homeowners and our team

Getting Started

Because things are always evolving, we have moved into asking prospective clients to contact us through our portal and send us your name, address, contact information along with some details and photos of the projects you have in mind.

From this information, our estimators will take a look and call you within 48 hours of first contact. We can discuss your project at more detail and decide if the next step is a site visit or zoom call proposal.

Longacre Construction partners with designers in the area to help produce your dream or allow the homeowner to make all decisions. We will assist you in selecting partners that work best for you and making appointments.

Online Portal

After contract signing, we recommend all selections for tile, cabinets, etc be made prior to the start of construction; this helps the project move smooth and avoids gaps in the timeline.

Once you’ve decided to move forward with us, we want to make sure you’re in the loop every step of the way. We’ll provide you with login credentials to our online portal where you can login to keep track of the schedule, view progress photos, and submit new requests. You’ll also be able to stay on top of expenses and when your payments are due. Have any questions or concerns during the project? Easily contact us through the portal and we’ll get back to you right away.

Work Begins

Before breaking ground, the first step of production is the pre-construction meeting with Production Manager, Lead Carpenter, Lead Sales and of course the homeowners to discuss a plan of action which includes permit research, preliminary cost planning, pre-construction schedule development, and design review. From this point, your main contact will be with our Production Manager or Lead carpenter through Buildertrend. Project timelines vary for each project and will be discussed during information gathering and contract signing.

The value of your remodel can be seen on consumer reports. It is important to research the value of your home and possible investment. This also assists in comparing estimates received from contractors to the market prices in the area.