The team members of Goff Builders of NC are reliable, professional, and versatile home Builder and renovation experts who pay close attention to detail. We strictly rely exceptional sub trades and our in-house employees to do all finish aspects of your project, which means the attention to detail will outshine the competition. All of our employees are passionate about what they do and strive to exceed your expectations. From installing a hardwood floor to building a custom home, Goff Builders of NC will guide you from start to finish. Our Brunswick County home remodeling and renovation team can perform the following services:
Once you request a quote, we will contact you to set up a home consultation. Our designer will take measurements and review design ideas and/or remodeling additions that you desire. Once all information is collected, our designer can prepare a detailed proposal.
Once you approve the proposal, we will contact you to arrange a second consultation to confirm the proposal. In this consultation, we will discuss:
After we have your approval, we will generate a contract and finalized timeline. Any and all necessary permits will be obtained prior to beginning construction. Our employees will be in continuous communication with you, providing updates and answering all of your questions or concerns that you may have.
We at Goff Builders of NC are dedicated to meeting deadlines and providing unparalleled home building and renovation services. Our goal is customer satisfaction and commitment to the community. Our services are often more affordable than any other home builder or remodeling/renovation company in Brunswick County and New Hanover County, but our services are never compromised. Feel free to call our office at (910) 477-2150) North Carolina with any questions regarding our services or if you would like to schedule a consultation.
Goff Builders is recognized as one of the most trusted custom home builders in the area, with past projects featured on the cover of "Builder/Architect" magazine (February 2008) and in local newspapers.