Focused on building excellence for all of our clients

Renfrow Construction is fully insured so you can rest assured that your property is protected. Whether you are looking to build new or renovate, we will do the job for you. As commercial and residential construction professionals, we will treat your property with great care and we will suit our services and schedule to fit your needs.


Services we offer

  • Roofing
  • Siding
  • Stucco
  • Guttering
  • Masonry
  • Patio/Balconies
  • Interior Remodels
  • Framing
  • Drywall
  • Cabinetry
  • Trim and Doors
  • Window Repairs and Replacements
  • Patio Door Repairs and Replacements
  • Concrete Patios, Landings, Stairs
  • Wooden Patios
  • Interior/Exterior Paint
  • Wooden and Iron Fencing
  • Gate Repairs
  • Garage Tracks and Doors
  • Sidewalks/Curbs
  • Asphalt
  • Parking Lot Striping



Planning and development, sometimes called project conception, is the very beginning of the construction process. This is when you dream about what you are looking to build or re-design. Conception is the stage where ideas are at their most fluid, but it also creates the foundation of the construction process.


The design process is where the impossible dreams meet what is actually doable. Once you’ve somehow managed to be realistic without shattering your hopes and dreams, plans or designs get drawn up. For the first time, you get to see what the project will look like when it is finished. Once this is done, we bid materials are put together.


This is the “getting ready to start building” phase. You’ve accepted the bid from us and are ready to start the project. Now, the general contractor starts getting their ducks in a row.


Procurement is simply the buying (or renting) of all the stuff needed for the construction project. Like shopping for groceries for cooking a meal, you need all the ingredients and someone to use the ingredients. In construction, that means finding the labor, equipment, and building materials. This is where schedules can really get tied in a knot. You have a lot of varied delivery schedules and a lot of vendors you need to juggle so that the right materials get into the right people’s hands at the right times.


Alright, are we ready to actually build something? Time to dig in the dirt, pour some concrete, bend some rebar, and fire up the welder. Now the project finally moves from paper (or more accurately, a CAD drawing) to the physical world. But, this step has the most working parts and deadlines to coordinate. Each contractor and subcontractor involved must be on time and following plans for things to work. Organization and communication are vital here, or you might have someone building a roof before the foundation is poured.

Post Construction

Everything is built but you aren’t done yet. Now we have to inspect everything. The final checklist has to be signed off on before the client moves in. That final walkthrough inspection checks that everything was finally finished correctly.

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