Green Habitat serves Metropolitan Washington DC. (MD/VA/DC)
No. The cost for a Green Habitat Project Proposal is $89.00
Upon initial conversation with a new customer, Green Habitat determines the scope of the project. Green Habitat then explains the project proposal process. Green Habitat's project proposals consists of a Site Visit, Consultation, Measurements, Estimate, Scope of work and Diagrams. Green Habitat's Project Proposal is delivered via email to the customer within 7 - 10 business days following the project site visit. After customers receipt of the project proposal, Green Habitat representatives are available to answer any and all questions regarding the project.
There is a $89.00 Green Habitat Project Proposal cost (payable in advance). The customer will receive a Green Habitat Invoice for payment via email. Upon receipt of payment, Green habitat will contact the customer to schedule a date and time for the project site visit.
Selection of Green Habitat for the project generates a Construction Agreement that outlines all aspects of the project. This agreement is emailed to the customer for review and endorsement.
Important components of the project (must haves)
Timeline (when the customer wants project completed)
Payment (Loans, Financing, Credit)
Green Habitat offers project financing through our finance partner Synchrony Bank.
Depends on the scope of the project.
Paint, Flooring, Lighting, Trim/Molding, Doors, Replace Hardware, Furniture
Budget, Time Frame, Site Access, Material, Permitting, Construction Drawings, etc.
Project Proposal pricing is good for Forty-five (days)
Yes. Green Habitat provides Design Build Service.
Construction of a Detached Apartment Garage - Accessory Dwelling Unit (A.D.U.).
This project was constructed for a Disabled War Veteran.
When Green Habitat was asked to act as Builder for this project, we were very busy with other projects. However, when it was explained that the project was being constructed for a "young" disabled Veteran, we could not say no as a Veteran owned Company. The Disabled Veteran the project was for, required a level of special care and supervision which was being provided at the family's current home. As such, the Disabled Veteran's parents wanted to afford the veteran a level of independence and privacy as an adult, while still able to provide the care and supervision needed. It was determined this could be achieved by constructing a detached living space (A.D.U.) on the existing homes land. The detached space, in the form of a Detached Garage Apartment with 2 Bedrooms, 2 and 1/2 Bathrooms, Kitchen, Living Room, and Game Room was constructed. The project was the equivalent of building a small house (A.D.U.) next to the primary residence. We are very proud of this project which was constructed during the COVID Pandemic of 20/21.