Brian Kearney started Neponset Valley Construction in 1999 with the goal of providing high-quality service at a reasonable price. He had seen friends and neighbors frustrated with mediocre home repair and knew he could provide something better. At Neponset Valley, we understand that your home is your palace, your place of relaxation and safety for you and your family. This is the reason that we give your home the same quality care we would give our own.
Over the years, the company’s growth and expansion has allowed the range of residential services to grow and keep up with today’s building technology. In addition we have expanded into services for the commercial construction arena. We are a good-standing member of the Better Business Bureau and have consistently met the membership standards.
We are proud to work with the highest-quality products in the business. Here are just a few of the products we sell and install:
- James Hardie
- Marvin Pella
Our division, Neponset Valley Roofing Company (NVR), manages our residential exterior repairs and remodeling. The staff at NVR are highly trained and experienced and hold the following certifications: Select Shingle Applicators, Quality Masters and Master Shingle Application Wizard.
For interior design, remodeling and repairs, in addition to commercial building, the carpentry staff at Neponset Valley Construction are experts at using the most efficient construction methods. You can be assured of outstanding energy savings, quality craftsmanship and service.
Neponset Valley Construction understands that spending money on home improvements is a significant investment. We also understand that each property has its own unique features. Our goal is to work with you to identify your needs, style and budget to select the best products and services for your home. We give your home the same quality care we would give our own.
Here is what one of our many satisfied customers had to say about us:
“I want to thank you for the wonderful work you did on my two-family home. I sensed when I first met you, well before the work on my home, that you were an honest, no-nonsense person of great integrity; a rare commodity on today’s world of business. One senses the pride that you take in all that you do.” – Norwood, MA
How We Work With Our Customers
The Process Begins With You
Please visit our contact page for all the ways to reach us. We will set up an appointment for one of our project managers to come to your house at a convenient time for you. Whether you need our all pro roofing team, our all pro windows team, our all pro siding team, need information on spray foam insulation or just want to talk through green building ideas, we can help.
The Initial Visit
During the initial visit we will:
- Inspect the area requiring work
- Give you our opinion on what needs to be done and tell you some options as we show you samples of the product
- Encourage you to have lots of questions, and we will answer them the best we can—that’s what we are here for
- Discuss our financial programs and payment options available to you
- Leave you with our company folder that will contain pertinent product brochures, copy of an insurance binder and other useful information
We Appreciate the Opportunity to Work on your Most Valuable Asset
Once you have decided to have Neponset Valley perform the services needed, the next step is to sign a detailed work agreement and schedule a work date. The initial start date will depend upon the type of service required and products to be individually manufactured to your home’s specification.
The Project Manager will be on site:
The Project Manager will be the first person you will meet the morning of the job.
Do you need to be home during the work process?
For Windows, Dormers, Doors, Additions and Room Remodeling: Yes, these types of services require us to be inside your home and we would prefer that some is there. For Roofs, Siding, Decks and any Outside Service—No, unless you prefer to be. Otherwise, go off to work or run errands.
If required—we will have already taken care of getting them.
Protecting your house during the work period:
For exterior work, such as a roof replacement, we use large tarps that will cover your bushes and plants. For interior work, we ask that you remove any wall hangings, furniture and other items that would be in the area of work. Plastic drop sheets will be used inside to minimize dust and other elements from escaping to other rooms. Overall, we would ask that you make sure the work area is cleared of any items that may inhibit the progress of work.
A dumpster will be delivered the morning of the job. We strongly recommend that you remove your car from the garage and/or driveway the evening before the work is scheduled. The dumpster will be placed on pieces of wood so it doesn’t damage your driveway. Once the dumpster is delivered there will be no way to move it until the job is completed.
Material and supplies:
They will have been delivered the day before work begins or the morning of the schedule job.
What happens if it rains?
If the work is an outdoor project like a roof replacement, we will contact you the morning of the start date to reschedule to a mutually convenient date.
We Work until the Job is Done!
Once the job starts, we work each day until the job is complete. We don’t run off to another job and leave you hanging. Our crews have their own specific assignments.
How long will the job take?
Each service is different and will vary in time. Here are a few examples:
- Roof Replacements: average 1-2 days, depending on the size.
- Windows: Up to 3 weeks to manufacture and 3-5 days to install, depending on the total number.
- Siding: 5 or more days, depending on the size of the house.
- Additions and Kitchen Remodeling: Several weeks, depending on the scheduling of other needed services such as plumbers and electricians.
The Project is Complete: Now for the Clean Up
The project may be done, but the job is not done until we leave your yard or house as clean as we found it. Whether it is roofing nails, sawdust or wood scraps, we clean up after ourselves. A magnetic roller will be used to pick up any metal left on the ground. We give your home the same quality care we would give our own. The last to go is the dumpster—that will leave the morning after the job is completed.
The first person you met with is the last person you meet with. The Project Manager will review the final results with you to make sure you are 100% pleased with the outcome. Any last completion documents will be signed and final payment will take place. We look forward to serving your needs again in the future.