Our Business Model
Tim Egan is a graduate of The University of Connecticut with a Bachelors degree in Business. Tim understands that to have a successful collaboration, a process is necessary so that workflow is smooth. Typically, the process for projects is as follows: if you are interested in gathering more information or having Tim look at a building, remodeling or restoration project, please call him at 203-948-5629 or e-mail. Tim will then schedule a meeting to discuss your needs, goals and dreams. At this meeting, Tim may also take photos of any existing structure or lot. If you are working with an architect or designer, Tim will arrange to speak with them or, we can refer you to someone with whom we work. After plans are completed, Tim will provide a cost review to you and at that point, contracts are typically signed. Once contracts are signed, actual building will begin. Tim will schedule periodic meetings for project status and review with the homeowner(s). It goes without saying that Tim and his project managers are always available to discuss concerns or issues at any time during the project relationship.
Licensing and Insurance
Most builders offer only liability and workers compensation insurance waiver when working on a job. As a homeowner, what this means to you is that they are not legally responsible to carry workers compensation insurance. This waiver is legal and while all subcontractors with employees are required to have this insurance, the truth of the matter is that most don’t. As a homeowner, if a workman is hurt on your property while performing his job, and the contractor or subcontractor has no insurance, you can be held legally responsible; that could cost you hundreds of thousands of dollars. Revolutionary Restoration and Building, LLC, carries both liability insurance and workers compensation insurance. This means that if in the unlikely event that one of our workmen gets hurt, you as the homeowner have zero risk or exposure. Be sure to question any contractor or subcontractor that you work with as to what their insurance coverage is before they perform any work for you and, ask to have copies of the corresponding paperwork.