About Us

Mcclenic Morgan is an exclusive website dedicated to finding you the highest quality contractors for your job. We also provide tips to help you prepare for up-coming projects. Our services are available to the public 24-7. We provide content that is important to any potential user in search of a contractor.

We works as a user-friendly client website with in-depth content and information on general contractors. We believe that our clients deserve only the highest quality professionals through a user friendly interface. By using our website you will learn how simple and accurate we are.

We’ll complete projects on both the exterior and interior of your house with attention to detail and excellent workmanship. With many different manufactures to choose from, we mix and match our inventory to personalize your home to your tastes and expectations.

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Whether your renovation project has been something you’ve dreamed of doing for years or a more immediate decision, your renovation will go a lot more smoothly if you take the time to plan.

Figure out why you want to renovate. Some renovations are timely and costly so make sure it is worth it. Are you looking to live in your remodel or sell it off? Most experts agree that you should renovate for yourself, not for resale. At the very least, don’t pour piles of money into a high-end remodel when minor cosmetic surgery would suffice. Inspect your home. This is very important on larger scale remodels. This can help prevent any sudden surprises down the road. It can also be a red flag before spending lots of money.

Figure out the best time to begin work. Big renovations impact the entire family. They can go a lot smoother if everyone understands from the beginning the magnitude of work and that it was scheduled during a time which least impacts the family. Budget is major, necessary. Determine at the beginning if you have the amount of cash necessary. If you plan on financing explore your options including using equity in your home to accomplish your remodel. “Use your assets to build your assets.”