New Orleans, LA (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
Websites can be excellent tools to accomplish this purpose. To help homeowners make informed decisions, All Star Construction is excited to launch their new website http://www.slidellconstruction.com/. The site not only includes client references, work samples, and license and insurance information but also explains their various services and work philosophy.
Homeowners often get excited about choosing tiles, cabinets, and paint colors for a remodeling project, but the most important decision they’ll make is choosing a contractor. Not all contractors are honest and dependable – some don’t even operate within the law.
Since a home is often a homeowner’s most valuable asset, caution is in order. A contractor determines the quality of craftsmanship, the timeliness of the work, and the amount of emotional and financial stress put on a homeowner. The Consumer Federal Trade Commission warns homeowners not to choose a contractor from an ad or automatically pick the lowest bidder. They recommend obtaining references from satisfied clients and verifying that a contractor is appropriately licensed and insured.
“We have become well known in the North and South Shore regions for our integrity and honesty,” says owner, Nicole Hernandez. “Our business has been solely built on our reputation. We are on the job early, stay on the project until it’s finished, and follow up after the work is complete.”
Their business offers residential and commercial new construction and remodeling services including drywall, porches, patios, decks, carpentry, stucco, interior trim work, doors and windows, painting, and stucco columns and decorative work. Their three specialties are as follows:
All Star Construction offers vinyl siding, insulated vinyl siding, and Hardie board. “We’ve seen an increased popularity in Hardie board siding in our area,” Nicole says. “James Hardie board siding is deemed a FEMA Class V flood resistant material and is approved for use in Wind Borne Debris Regions and High Velocity Hurricane Zones. That makes it a great product for tropical storms, flooding, and high winds.”
All Star Construction does not use generic or off-brands but only utilizes James Hardie board, a cutting-edge building product unsurpassed on the market. The product comes in a wide variety of pre-painted colors with a manufacturer’s guarantee on the finish or pre-primed Hardie Board if homeowners have a specific color they want to match. If desired, All Star Construction can also add a variety of designs for trim, gables, fascia, column wraps, decorative trim, and other non-structural architectural details.
All Star Construction offers gutters including the most popular form for gutters in the country – seamless gutters. Installed properly, gutters keep basements and crawl spaces dry, preserve topsoil, protect siding from back splash stain and rot as well as shield windows and doors from water infiltration and damage. When necessary, All Star Construction can also provide rerouting services to correct gutter drainage problems.
All Star Construction specializes in the installation of energy efficient windows. New windows can provide structural integrity, curb appeal, and ease of operation. Advancements in window technology save energy and create a more comfortable living environment.
For more about All Star Construction, please visit their new website http://www.slidellconstruction.com/.
About All Star Construction
Licensed and insured, All Star Construction is well known in Slidell for helping protect local homes from Louisiana’s unpredictable weather with insulated vinyl and Hardie board siding, seamless gutters that shield windows, doors, and basements from water infiltration and damage, and energy efficient windows that reduce heating and cooling costs. They also offer residential and commercial new construction and remodeling services including drywall, porches, patios, decks, carpentry, stucco, interior trim work, doors, stucco columns and decorative work, and much more. All Star Construction proudly serves North Shore, South Shore, and the Westbank areas in Louisiana as well as Pearl River and Hancock Counties in Mississippi.