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Frequently Asked Questions
Since 2011. We started DaBella in 2011 and now have more than 15 offices throughout the United States. As the leading home improvement company in the region, we have exclusive deals with leading American manufacturers. These include roofing products from GAF®, siding by James Hardie® and Alside®, windows by AMI Preservation®, and baths and showers by Jacuzzi Bath Remodel®.
Most projects don’t require a permit. In the event one is necessary, the homeowner will be responsible for the cost of obtaining it. We’ll determine if a permit is necessary and advise you on your options.
It varies. Factors like project size, the install season and the amount of customization required will ultimately determine your timeline. Once your project is scoped, your Project Coordinator will provide you with an install timeline.
If your project is inside—like a bath or shower replacement—YES. Someone needs to be available to let the contractors into the house. We also suggest that a homeowner be available during the project in case the contracting team has any questions.
If the project is outside—like a roof replacement—NO. While talking to the contracting team at the start of your project may help answer some initial questions unique to your project, once they start, you don’t need to be home. We’ll only need you home on the day of completion to inspect the work, and sign paperwork.
We will assign your project a dedicated contracting crew. Whether you’re replacing your roof, siding, windows, or bath, DaBella uses only factory-trained installers who maintain manufacturer partners’ high quality standards.
Your Project Coordinator. If you have questions during installation, your Project Coordinator will be the one to answer them. Find your Local Office Info.
Not much. Once we understand your goals for your home and you’d like to proceed, we’ll ask for additional information. Then we can schedule an in-person meeting to take measurements, explain your options, and provide you with a quote on the spot.