Custom Construction and Renovations, Inc.

Proudly serving:     Greensboro, Jamestown, High Point, Summerfield, Oak Ridge, Lake Jeanette, Browns Summit, Kernersville, UNCG, and surrounding areas

Locally owned and operated we pride ourselves in creating or re-creating any home space you desire. Whether we assist in building your vision or we work together to create an original design, we promise you’ll be the envy of your neighbors.

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Why Choose Us?

  • 24/7 emergency service
  • 100% guaranteed work
  • Professional technicians
  • No overtime charges
  • Best Warranties In the Industry
  • Environmentally friendly contractor
  • Only use licensed tradesmen

How to find the RIGHT contractor for your home improvement?

  • Do your homework Before you even waste your time with a phone call
    • Verification of the NC state license can easily be done online
    • Check the Better Business Bureau rating
    • Read reviews of the contractor online
    • Get an idea of the project budget
  • Ask for references
    • Call the references – sounds simple, so many clients get references and don’t even call
    • Link the references to pictures of the work
  • Get 2 to 3 quotes
    • Recognize a sales pitch versus a contractor with integrity
    • Look past the numbers…especially for more complex projects
    • Estimates are rarely apples to apples
    • Do not try to get a better price from a contractor based on a competitor’s price –  you may be encouraging them to cut corners to make a profit – nobody wins
    • Does the contractor ask you to pull the permit – if so the company may not be licensed or the license may not be in good standing with city or state
    • Does the quote include permit fees
  • Ask the right questions – write them down on a list so you don’t forget
    • NC state license?
    • Does the general contractor use licensed subcontractors?
    • Insurance?  Not just auto, how about general liability
    • Ask for pictures of previous work – are they just “after” pictures or do they have before and after?
    • Will you deal with the same person throughout the remodel or just the day you sign the contract and the final walk thru?
    • What kind of warranty?  Tail light warranty or the industry standard.
  • GET IT IN WRITING –  a contract requires 3 parts
    • Terms (proposal)
    • Acceptance (signature)
    • Payment (deposit)

Garage Addition in Summerfield NC

Custom Construction and renovations building a garage with room addition on an existing home as a remodeling project in Summerfield North Carolina. This project began by the Custom Construction design team drawing plans for the project and applying for the appropriate building permits. The retaining walls are poured concrete engineer for success and long-term reliability. The three car garage was framed with a 10-foot ceiling and 3 insulated overhead garage doors. The the second floor system was framed utilizing engineered joists and the root system was constructed of trusses. High quality energy-efficient windows are the key to Quality energy efficient construction practices. Using green techniques to keep Future Energy bills low. Foil covered roof sheathing reflects the sun’s Rays to reduce roof and attic temperatures causing lower energy bills for the life of the home.

Bathroom remodel

Bathroom gut to studs and back to service in 3 weeks.

Shower faucet with handheld sprayer

Shower faucet with handheld sprayer

Tempered Glass shower shelf

Tempered Glass shower shelf

Frameless shower door

Frameless shower door



Replacement Window

Replacement window installation can be a simple task when broken down into steps.

  1. Removal of old window can vary based on the type  of window installed.  This may be as simple as the removal of interior stop followed by window removal.  It can be a little tougher if the window installed has an exterior nail flange.  This will have to be cut out or the exterior trim removed to provide access to remove the window unit.
  2. Verify and correct window jam square and level.  This is an important step that many remodeling rookies skip.  Cutting this corner can lead to rough operation of the window and poor aesthetics.
  3. Apply a bead of caulk around the entire jam where the new window will contact.  Provides an air and water tight seal.
  4. Install properly sized replacement window.  Screw window into jam.
  5. Replace interior and exterior trim.
  6. Caulk as necessary and paint.
  7. Enjoy years of leak free beautiful energy-efficient replacement windows.

At custom construction we recommend double pane windows that are Low E and argon filled.  These windows will bear the energy star logo.  Many times this will make the home owner eligible for a green tax credit for energy savings.

Also, check out our partner Custom Electric of NC, Inc. for all of your electrician service needs.