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Love Your Home Again

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Let State Home Construction review your specific needs, and spec out your perfect home.  We are there from the ground floor up  until the job is complete.

State Home Construction teams up with reputable architects and designers to build your dreams.

We maintain the highest quality standards through our systematic approach to your project that emphasizes teamwork and cooperation.


Let State Home Construction expand your current home to give you that extra space that your growing family requires.

The planning and execution of a room addition or master suite can be as complicated as building a new home.  We have the skills and experience and are committed to the success of your project from the moment you contact us. 


We specialize in renovating and remodeling homes in the Greater Phoenix Area. 

An organized approach with good planning and an experienced contractor can help you navigate the demands and requirements of your home remodeling needs.

We have the knowledge, integrity, and experience to take your vision from the initial planning phase, through building, and to completion, ensuring you are left with the home of your dreams.


State Home Construction  goes above and beyond for our clients. Our commitment to excellent service shapes every aspect of our business, which is just one thing that sets us apart from other restoration contractors in the Greater Phoenix area.

We specializes in insurance restoration. With over 16 years experience in the industry we work closely with the insured to offer all necessary resources to assist them in restoring their property.

One call is all you need and we can process claims and complete the repairs.

Construction Services

Design Build
Design Build
Under design/build, the Owner enters into a contract with State Home Construction, who then employees the architect as a consultant. This team approach provides design and building capabilities from a single source from the project’s inception.
Design Assist
Design - Assist
In design/assist, the Owner hires both State Home Construction and the architect under separate contracts. Similar to the design/build approach, SHC is brought on board early in the design phase to assist in constructability reviews, value engineering, and budgeting, to ensure the project meets all the needs of the Owner without sacrificing budget or schedule.
Preconstruction Services
Preconstruction & Construction Services
Preconstruction services include: constructability reviews, construction cost budgeting and estimating, value engineering, subcontractor prequalification, and bidding of subcontractor trades.
Construction services include: project administration, cost control/changes in scope, subcontractor management, scheduling, and safety. State Home Construction is committed to proactively participating in the pre-construction phase and the managing of the construction phase with all necessary resources to ensure that the project is completed on time, at budget, and to a degree of quality exceeding expectations.
Computerized Scheduling
Computerized Scheduling
We believe that a strong start to a successful construction project begins with a well thought out and detailed construction schedule with input from all parties involved.
We put together a critical path schedule before each project begins to help eliminate foreseeable construction delays. This helps to ensure that long lead items are ordered at the beginning of each project and defines schedules so that all parties involved will know when they are required to perform their services on our project. Click HERE for a sample schedule from one of our restaurant projects.
Detailed Estimates
Detailed Proposals
Proposals are well-formulated, detailed illustrations of construction cost of a specific building project.  Proposals are prepared by breaking down the items of work using a standard format and determining the cost of each item.
A knowledge of building technology is essential to be able to break down a building into components in a structured way and then price the different components with applicable unit rates to derive the total cost.
With our years of experience, we provide detailed line item proposals with our bids so our customers know exactly what's included and what's not included. Knowing what's excluded can be more important than what's included.
There are assumptions on what's included based on general building practices but there are no assumptions on what is excluded. Having this spelled out can eliminated shady practices from contractors. Always find out what is included and more importantly, what's excluded. Click HERE for a sample proposal from State Home Construction.

Selecting a Contractor

Best Value
Best contractor
Selecting the best contractor for your project can be a difficult decision. Best is not always the lowest priced contractor. To find the best contractor for you project you should find one brings the greatest value to your project. Value can be determined by fair market costs, professionalism, timeliness and experience. We feel we are amongst the best.

Licensed, Bonded and Insured
Make sure the contractor you choose is licensed, bonded and insured.  We've been licensed, bonded and insured since 1998.

Check References
We have a long list of happy clients that we would be happy to share with you. You should always check contractors references. You can gauge how past customers experiences have been with a contractor before you decide to hire them and determine if they would be a good fit for your personality.

Get Permits
Permits are required for any work that involves mechanical, plumbing, electrical, moving walls, etc. Protect yourself by having your contractor get permits for your project. Permits require contractors to get inspections on your project and add an extra layer of protection because they are required to be in compliance of local building codes. Inspectors will verify that the work is done properly.

Get Written Contracts
Be sure your contact includes the following information; start and finish dates, written scope of work, a statement of how the contract can be canceled, dated copies of all drawings and diagrams, one year warranty, and a detailed statement of what the contractor will provide.

Get Lien Releases
Be sure to collect lien releases from your contractor from all suppliers and vendors they use on the project. You should collect final unconditional lien releases from the contractor’s suppliers and vendors and a conditional final lien release from the contractor before you make your final payment. After the contractor cashes your final check then you should collect an unconditional final lien release from the contractor. If you don't collect lien releases from your contractor and you pay the contractor in full and the contractor does not pay their suppliers/vendors, then you could be responsible for paying the supplier/vendor.  Click HERE to review Arizona lien releases.

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