Additions & Remodels
Rooms - Garage - Sunroom - Kitchens - Basement Remodel - Bathrooms
Cabinets & Countertops - Carpentry - Carpet - Concrete, Brick & Stone
Decorators & Designers - Decks & Porches
Driveways, Patios, Walks & Steps - Drywall & Insulation - Attic Insulation
Electrical, Telephone & Computers
Fences - Flooring - Foundations
Garages, Doors, Openers - Handyman Services
Heating & Cooling
Heating System Tune Up
Landscaping, Lawncare, Sprinklers
New Homes Builders
Painting & Staining - Plumbing
Remodels Roofing & Gutters - Siding
Swimming Pools, Spas & Saunas
Tile & Stone - Walls & Ceilings
Windows & Doors
Window Replacement, Window Treatments
From the smallest job to the largest...
1. To perform for our customers the highest level of quality construction services at fair and market competitive prices.
2. To ensure the longevity of our company through repeat and referral business achieved by customer satisfaction
in all areas including timeliness, attention to detail and service-minded attitudes.
3. To maintain the highest levels of professionalism, integrity, honesty and fairness in our relationships with our suppliers,
subcontractors, professional associates and customers.
Our core values are to build quality construction projects according to their original specifications, on time and in budget.
Architectural craftsmanship, engineering, integrity, honesty, and quality workmanship are what we have built our reputation on.
Customer satisfaction drives every aspect of our residential and commercial contractor business;
even our employees' bonuses are tied directly to customer satisfaction.
These time-honored qualities are incorporated into every project built by Greater Chesapeake Bay Contractors.
To deliver on these values, we rely on our wealth of experience.
While our values are traditional and our experience vast, we remain on the forefront of technology as it applies
to the residential and commercial construction trade.
Staying on the leading edge of our industry is important to us.
How To Avoid Bad Contractors
1. Clearly define your project. Before you begin talking with contractors, pick up remodeling magazines,
search the Internet for information on designs and materials, and then put your ideas on paper.
Even rough ideas on paper are better than nothing at all. It will give a potential contractor a better sense
of what your expectations are and what you are hoping to accomplish.
2. Consider an architect. If you're eliminating walls, adding rooms or doing anything that impacts the structure of your home,
an architect or structural engineer may be a good idea.
What We Do
Products and Services
Blue Book Network Classifications
We can be found under the following Blue Book Network Classifications.
Our standard scope of services includes the following CSI Master Format™ code(s).
Commercial Construction Project Specializations
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