FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Below are listed frequently asked questions with which we have provided the answers to. If you still have questions aside from these, we are ready to assist you! Please Contact Us here or call our office at 858.581.2177

WHERE DO I BEGIN?

  • The best place to begin is giving our office a call.
  • Our specialists are equipped to help you throughout the entirety of your project, while also ensuring that each step in the process is not overlooked.

ARE CONSULTATIONS AVAILABLE FOR ADDITIONAL ASSISTANCE AND/OR COUNSEL REGARDING MY PROJECT?

  • Yes, Michael Early Construction offers in-house consultations that are included as part of your design fabrication package or are also available upon request.
  • Consultations are held at our office providing you with the opportunity to meet one-on-one with one of our design specialists.

WHAT SERVICES DOES MICHAEL EARLY CONSTRUCTION OFFER?

  • We are able to do or assist in all phases of the remodel project.
  • Our services include:
    • Pre-Measure
    • Design
    • Cabinet Assembly
    • Cabinet Installation
    • Cabinet Demolition
    • Non-Load Bearing Wall Removal
    • Re-Framing
    • Wall Re-Location
    • Trim Molding
    • Drywall
    • Haul-Away
    • Debris Disposal

WHAT SUB-CONTRACTOR SERVICES WOULD MICHAEL EARLY CONSTRUCTION RECOMMEND

  • MEC partners with a trusted list of sub-contractors in way of the following services:
    • Electrical
    • Plumbing
    • Countertop Fabrication
    • Back Splash
    • Flooring
    • Drywall

HOW LONG DOES A TYPICAL CABINET ASSEMBLY & INSTALLATION TAKE TO COMPLETE?

  • Generally, it takes 2 to 3 days for the assembly and installation of your cabinetry to be completed, which includes demolition & haul-away as well.
  • If your project requires custom work that will go beyond the standard timeline prescribed, we make sure to communicate the time required to complete the task, while also maintaining our priority to provide you with quality work.

ARE PERMITS REQUIRED?

  • The replacing of existing cabinetry does not require a permit or inspection in the city of San Diego.
  • However, in the case of structural walls, electrical modifications, or plumbing relocation work is involved, permits will most likely be required.