Frequently Asked Questions

We guide you through the process from start to finish and you will love every minute it!
Our process is flexible, but here are the main stages:

  1. Initial consultation at your home with all decision makers
  2. Amazing proposal presentation in our office
  3. Final selections and pre-construction
  4. Quality and conscientious implementation

We do not give quotes over the phone. In order to give the most accurate quote, one of our specialists will need to meet with you at your home to get more details and take measurements.

Yes, we are both licensed and insured with state required general liability limits and Worker's Compensation limits.

Marinich Builders celebrates over 40 years of family owned and operated remodeling and construction in CNY as we were founded in 1974 by William Marinich.

Projects are scheduled on a first come first serve basis. The lead time to get your project started can vary from several weeks to a few months.

We service greater Onondaga County.

We request a down payment to reserve your spot on the schedule, followed by progress payments as we reach key points in the project, and lastly a final payment.

Most often the answer is no. We specialize in complete remodeling services of the kitchen and bathroom. This does not mean that it has to be a complete “gut to the studs”. But, we replace the major components in the kitchen like the cabinetry, countertops, sink, and backsplash or major components in the bathroom like the tile, tub, vanity, and etcetera.

Yes, we can help you review the options for removing load bearing walls to choose the best plan for your remodel.

The vast majority of our construction is conducted by our experienced in house carpentry staff. We work with a select number of skilled tradesmen for specialized tasks.

Absolutely we do. Our whole house remodeling usually include a remodeled kitchen and bathroom.

No, our focus is on remodeling existing homes.

No, we replace the cabinets in our kitchen remodels allowing us the opportunity to change the layout and improve the quality of the cabinet construction.