About Boston's Top Builders
DeJesus Industries is a renowned residential & commercial home, kitchen, and bathroom design and company servicing all of Eastern Massachusetts. We are ranked in the top 5% of builders in Massachusetts. Additionally, we work with all budgets and encourage our guests to schedule an in-home appointment to learn more about their remodeling project.
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How much do your services cost?
We assess all budgets and inform our clients accordingly. We encourage prospective clients to schedule a free consultation to learn more about their projects.
How long do your services take?
The length of time varies greatly per project. A variety of factors contribute to how long it will take to complete a project. We encourage prospective clients to schedule a free consultation to learn more about their projects.
Is it true that you charge $550 for an appointment?
No. We do not charge $550 for an appointment. Booking an appointment is free. We work with a client's budget to inform them how much freedom it gives. During the appointment, we also go over project logistics and goals. Should the client want to move forward with the project, then we will ask for a deposit to begin the planning, designing, and preparation of the formal contracts. A deposit simply secures the estimated time-frame since we see many clients.
Do you take credit cards or other forms of electronic payment?
We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express, & PayPal for transactions up to $5,000. Transaction amounts over $5,000 will require a bank certified cashiers check. We accept personal checks up to $3,000. We do accept wire transfers! Credit card transactions add a 3.5% convenience fee.
Do you work with 203K government loans?
Normally, we do not work with 203k government loans. Projects will be looked at on a case by case basis.
What is your main method of payment?
U.S. Cashiers Check/U.S. Bank Certified Check
After I receive my proposal and sign, how long will it take to actually get the construction started?
After the paperwork has been finalized and materials have been selected generally dictates when construction can begin.