Frequently Asked Questions

Husbands 2 Go is fully licensed, bonded and insured. You can view our certification at any time.

We have over 30 years of renovation expertise.

During our project meeting, we will work with you to establish a timeline to ensure that your project is completed on time. Occasionally, there may be delays due to factors beyond our control, such as product delivery delays. In this case, we will keep you informed of the job progress and work to stay within reasonable project deadlines.

Yes. Each project is based upon a written bid, with specific information regarding costs. If there are any additions or changes to the original bid, they will also be put in writing.

All work is guaranteed for one year following completion. Additionally, you will be provided with the warranties of any installed products. If you have questions or concerns regarding the quality of our work, please call us at anytime.

Generally, there is a deposit required at the beginning of the project with payment in full upon project completion. Any required supplies will be paid in full by the consumer, at the time of purchase.

We can provide testimonials of our work and contact information, upon request.

We will gladly file for all the necessary permits for your home renovation. We will work with City officials and HOA Governing Boards on your behalf.

Doug Ring will be the primary contractor on all of our projects and will provide any necessary crew members, to complete your job. Crew members and independent contractors must pass a strict background checks prior to working with Husbands 2 Go.

Safety and security are our primary concern. We use strict safety standards and practices during all repairs. These standards apply to use of tools, equipment, machinery and supplies.

Additionally, we minimize the area impacted by the repair process and take precautionary measures to protect your home, and furnishings. Examples of these measures may include: covering flooring with a protective barrier, and use of tarps and plastic sheeting to cover areas adjacent to the work area.

We are happy to purchase materials on your behalf. For specific materials, you will need to provide the necessary model or style numbers as well as your preferred vendor. You will also need to supply payment information, at the time of purchase.

The cost to complete your project depends on a variety of factors, including the size of your room, the items you’re updating, which products you select, and labor costs in your area.

We understand that sometimes changes need to be made, once a project has begun. We’re happy to accommodate necessary changes to a project, provided that they are written and agreed upon at the time of the change. Some changes may require additional permits, materials and time to complete. Changes to a project may increase cost, and extend the completion date.

When changes are made, or when added materials are required, additional charges may be necessary. All increased charges will be added to the original bid, and will be payable at the time they are incurred.

We try to avoid misunderstandings by establishing a complete bid and maintaining open communication throughout the repair and remodeling process. We encourage you to call us to discuss any problem or concern, at any time. If a misunderstanding can not be resolved we reserve the right to take necessary legal action.

Multi-day projects often require additional detail, to ensure that your home is as usable as possible, while maintaining a safe working environment. At the end of each day, the work area will be cleaned of tools and any debris. Job site safety is our primary concern. If it is necessary to leave equipment at the location, it will be kept in a secure, mutually agreed upon area, until the completion of the project.

You can contact us by phone at anytime: 520-508-1420.

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