(410) 375-3759

MHIC License # 69584
Fully Insured

Two locations:

Ocean City, MD
Serving Ocean City, West Ocean City and Ocean Pines

Parkton, MD

Serving Baltimore County, Harford County, Carroll County and Baltimore City
Creative Construction and Remodeling LLC
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Customers For Life

Repeat Customers and Referrals

Creative Construction and Remodeling LLC has been providing custom home renovations, additions, and remodeling, as well as new construction, since 1995. It is a testament to our workmanship that over 80% of our new customers are referrals from our old ones!

We Respect The Budget!

Aside from guaranteeing quality of workmanship and customer satisfaction, our key to maintaining excellent relationships with our customers is our ability to work within your budget. We aren't going to try to upsell you beyond your desired budget. We'll establish a budget and let you know what your options are inside those parameters. It's been working great for us for years, and we have many satisfied customers to attest to this.

Collaboration and Communication!

If you want custom cabinetry, custom cut granite, and special order fixtures – we are more than happy to do that work for you. But if you're looking for ready made cabinets with a great laminate or tile counter top – we'll find solutions in those price points as well!

And every step of the way, we will monitor the project schedule and work closely with you, the homeowner, to ensure we are providing the best product and services for your project. We will communicate frequently and clearly about all project updates and work with you to get the end result that you've dreamed of!

Understanding the Bid Process

While we are confident that we will always provide you with a fair price and a quality outcome, we understand that you may want to price shop. Having several contractors bid a job is a common practice and can provide a reality check before getting started.  The key, however, is in making sure that all the bidders are equally qualified and are quoting the same scope of work.  It can be typical for job bids to have a pricing differencial of 10-15%. But when you have bids outside of that range, then those should be red flags to take a closer look.

A price outside the typical 15% range may indicate discrepancies in the scope of work.  Beware the lowball price since they are probably not bidding the same scope of work. Perhaps it is an honest oversight or math error which can be corrected after a thorough review. However it could mean that they are using lesser quality materials and labor, or possibly leaving items out of the initial bid. This will result in change orders and escalated pricing once they have begun the work. And this can raise the final job price to be higher than some of the initial bids which had the correct scope of work.