Master Contractors, Inc.

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Master Contractors, Inc.

Master Contractors


Hello! Welcome to Master Contractors, Inc., where CUSTOMER SATISFACTION IS OUR #1 PRIORITY. We are committed to our clients as if they are family, an attitude that we feel is beneficial for both parties. Our track record is riddled with comments of our exceptional customer service and the ability to work through every issue each job may ensue.

We are grateful to have you here on our website. MAKE YOURSELF AT HOME! You can browse through our pages to get to know us better. Master Contractors, Inc. is a family-business that has been serving Southern Florida for over 15 years. We take great pride in every service that we provide and are committed to providing unmatched efficiency and value.

We Specialize In:
Commercial and Residential Construction

Additions and Renovations
Commercial Tenant Improvements
New Construction
Design-Build Projects

We Are Committed To:
Our Client's Complete Satisfaction
Professional Workmanship
Prompt and Reliable Service
Quality Work
100% Guarantee on All Work


Why Should You Hire a Florida Licensed General Contractor?

1. A general contractor has significant experience in the actual home building process.
  • Building a home is a complex activity.
  • If you act as your own contractor you will need to consider your ability to manage the overall process.
  • If you are unsure about your expertise in some areas, it pays to hire a general contractor to direct the building process; he or she will be familiar with both the big-picture activities and the smaller details that are equally important to a well-built home.

2. Building homes is a general contractor's "day job."
  • Building a home can be a full-time job.
  • General Contractors are well-versed in the day-to-day activities of home construction.
  • It can take up to three or four months of daytime supervision to build a home from foundation to rooftop.
  • A general contractor is responsible for scheduling not only the subcontractors, but also securing any necessary permits, building to the specifications of your plans and local building codes, and scheduling the inspections by various agencies that must be completed before work can continue.
  • When it comes to everyday troubleshooting, a general contractor can be priceless. Small setbacks can turn into much larger issues if they are not handled quickly, and a contractor will spend much of his or her day smoothing out any wrinkles that arise.

3. A general contractor has the relationships to get the job done.
  • When you hire a contractor, you also obtain access to a specialized network of information and resources.
  • Professional builders generally have well-established relationships with reliable subcontractors like electricians and plumbers, and familiarity with the time it takes to complete various phases of the building process, which a novice owner-builder can lack.
  • When you work with a contractor, you benefit from the higher scheduling priority given to well-known professional builders who need services on an ongoing basis.

4. A general contractor is prepared to deal with complications and delays in construction.
  • An experienced contractor already knows about the pitfalls involved in building a home, and can find solutions more easily because he or she deals with these problems every day.
  • Bad weather can wreak havoc on your schedule and even the quality of construction, and a professional can help you avert these potential problems.

5. A general contractor knows about building codes and other legal issues.
  • Construction in virtually all jurisdictions is regulated by building codes, primarily for the purpose of providing minimum standards of health and safety for the public.
  • A general contractor deals with building codes in your area on a daily basis, and likely has learned the best and fastest ways to comply with the maze of rules and requirements.
  • Proper liability insurance is essential, and may be complicated and expensive to obtain on your own; however, professional contractors generally carry both worker's compensation and liability insurance to protect themselves-and you-against any unfortunate events.

Finally, remember that if you build your home yourself, there is no warranty for your own work, and you are ultimately responsible for the quality of your project. Depending on your agreement with your general contractor, you can ease much of this burden and place your home in the hands of an experienced professional who can quickly and efficiently address any problems.



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A New Remodeling Job

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A New Addition


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