If you’re looking for perfectly done interior door and casing installation in Las Vegas, North Las Vegas, Summerlin, or Henderson, we’d love the opportunity to work with you.
Keep reading to learn the following:
Installation of interior doors usually includes the door itself, the door jamb (what the door actually hangs on), and the casing (the decorative trim around the door). This can be done for pantry doors, bedroom doors, laundry room doors, double/French doors, etc.
This category of finish work can also include a decorative "cased opening" (a doorway without a door, such as the photo shown here) to give a room or opening a more finished feel.
Barn door installations also falls into this category of finish carpentry. Barn doors usually come in a kit, versus piecing things together, which makes your installation faster and more cost effective. (Tip: Be sure to take into account outlets, switches, or wall space on either side of the wall, as well as above the opening, to ensure your barn door will mount and open properly.)
Although we don't specialize in exterior doors, we sometimes can install them for you. Be sure to contact us for details to see how we might help.
Sadly, the industry is saturated with finish carpenters, handymen, and installers who just don’t do the quality of work you deserve. Here’s what we’re often hired to come in and fix:
I pride myself on a company that is known for doing things differently than all the nightmare contractors you’ve probably heard of (or had the misfortune to work with yourself - let me apologize on behalf of the industry).
Here's how we stand out:
But most importantly, we are experts in the field of Finish Carpentry.
Meaning you don’t just get it done right; you get it done PERFECTLY and the FIRST time, saving you not only frustrations, but also time and money.
Wondering what the process looks like, from bid to completion?
First, you give us a call or send an email. I’ll go over your project with you by phone to get a rough idea of what you’re wanting to create in your home or business. I’ll ask you some questions to make sure we're the right people for your job, and answer any you have as well.
Next, I’ll use any measurements you can give me (even rough ones), as well as any photos you might have, to give you a ballpark of what your project would likely cost, barring anything I can’t see over the phone.
If that ballpark sounds good to you, our next step will be to schedule a time to come out to you to get exact measurements and discuss materials with you. I will look for any potential design concerns we need to address, can answer any further questions you have, walk you through your options, and use these details to get you an exact cost for your interior door and casing project.
Your final bid is guaranteed for a minimum of 30 days and is exactly what you pay, not a penny more (unless there are major changes or additions to the project).
Meaning you’ll know exactly what to budget for and won’t get hustled for more.
From there, you can make your deposit which will allow me to get your interior door and casing material ordered and/or get your install on the schedule with me and my team.
We will give you start and end times each day, will notify your neighbors of how to let us know if there are any issues (like parking or debris that the wind carries into their yard), and I and my small team will arrive on time to do your install.
We set up our tools outside and get started on your project right away. If we encounter any decisions or concerns, we'll let you know immediately and help you through the decision-making process with expert perspectives.
How long your interior door and casing installation will take will vary based on the size of your project. The biggest chunk of our time is usually in setting up. After that the project goes pretty swiftly. To give you an idea of what to expect:
We will give you a time estimate for your own project when we submit your final bid. (I like to overestimate this, so that you're never left waiting on us, but we're done ahead of schedule 95% of the time.)
Once the job is complete, we'll do a final walkthrough with you to get your approval and make sure you love everything. The remainder of your invoice is then due upon completion of the job.
This is up to you, your budget, and the work you'd like done (vs done yourself), but here’s what we can include:
Some people might have their materials already and we will happily work with them whenever possible. But most people prefer to pick their material out and have us order it. It’s often cheaper if we do the ordering through our contractor accounts, and we don’t charge any markup when we do. There may be delivery charges to consider from the suppliers though.
We can refer you to a painter if you don’t have one yourself, and we can supply the bid with the paint prep separately than your other costs if you’re not yet sure you’ll need it.
*Although we’re obviously extremely careful, accidents do happen when moving furniture and we are not liable for damage done. It also saves you money if you prefer to do this yourself.
I work directly with multiple wholesalers to get you the best price on materials possible.
When we meet for your final quote, I’ll bring options and ideas for you to choose what you prefer (and can offer my professional opinion based on your space and budget as well).
If you prefer to supply your own material (such as barn door kits), I’m happy to take a look at it when I come to do your final bid to ensure we can work with it (we usually can).
There are no additional charges or markup for your interior door materials, ordering, pickup, delivery, etc.
The cost to install your interior door and casing depends on several variables:
To give you a rough ballpark of what to expect for your interior door and casing installation services:
To get an exact quote for your project, you can contact me here to get started with your own interior door and casing custom bid.