Building Green, Building Better - that's who we are and will always be.

Posted by Doug Storey on Tue, Nov 06, 2018

Top 500 Profile: Sustainably Green

Doug and Bill Storey of No. 466 Two Storey Building are green-remodeling experts with a passion for design and construction.

AUTHORS Patrick O'Toole 

SEP 14, 2018

You can tell Bill and Doug Storey are not your average remodelers by the cleverness of their company name, Two Storey Building.

But the beating heart of Two Storey is all business. Together with their only employee, lead carpenter Mat Friend, they run 20 design/build remodeling jobs per year with an average size of $125,000. Typically their jobs are much bigger—in the $300,000 to $400,000 range—with a few smaller projects for previous clients. Most, if not all, of those jobs are designed to be green, sustainable and energy efficient. It’s been a passion for the Storeys since founding the company in 2001.

“We’ve been very committed to green remodeling,” Doug Storey says. “It’s not just a business strategy; it’s because it’s what we believe. At the end of the day, building is a very resource heavy, very energy heavy and very waste-generating industry. And we’ve been conscious of that from day one.”

To that end, they could not have chosen a more suitable design partner than the one they’ve been working with over the last 15 years—Steve Baczek, a leader in green and sustainable building. Baczek is steeped in Passivhaus standards and worked for many years for Building Science Corp alongside building-science guru Joe Lstiburek. It began when the Two Storey/Baczek team designed and built the first Silver-rated LEED certified home in Massachusetts in 2006.

In addition to Baczek’s green and sustainable design credentials, Doug and Bill are also highly credentialed. For many years, they’ve been involved in the Northeast Sustainable Energy Association (NESEA)  and Passivehaus. And both carry Certified Green Professional designations from NAHB.

That is why, of the four big projects that Two Storey is presently managing, “three of them are what I call whole-house remodels and also deep energy retrofits where we completely strip the house down to its bones, start from scratch to give the customer a high-performance home and an older home. And we do a lot of that,” Doug says.

Lean and Mean

Bill and Doug were on separate tracks professionally for the first 15 years of their professional lives. Doug holds an MBA in marketing from George Washington University and worked at two different advertising agencies before approaching Bill to form the company. Bill had a career in commercial construction prior to teaming up with Doug.

Each year, they build a budget based on the 20 or so jobs that they can best manage. Over the past 10 years, they have generated revenue in excess of $3 million several times, but they generally never fall below $2.5 million. It is their “sweet spot.”

Bill, Doug and Friend each supervise multiple jobs at once. Doug does not carry a tool belt; he runs the business side of things. Bill and Friend chip in with finish carpentry, but everything else is subbed out to trades.

Early on the company saw the benefits of using an “open book” approach with their clients. Customers see their allowances for materials, and they understand where the markup is for Two Storey. “That way if it comes in a little better, then maybe they can spend more on some other part of the project. I’ve been doing this for years, and I found that that approach works well with our typical client.”

Both Storeys are in their 50s, and they see more good years ahead of them, perhaps extending to a second generation in the business. When QR caught up with Doug, he was on the family’s vacation property in Maine, building a boat house with his two sons. “I am just doing it because I love to do it. And I’ve got my sons working on it, which is kind of cool. I want to show them how to do it.” |QR

Tags: Design Build, Building Contractor, Design, Building Science, Best Practices, Green Building, Remodeling, High Performance Homes

Be Curious and Learn

Posted by Doug Storey on Wed, Mar 08, 2017

I first began working in construction in 1977, the year I turned 15.

I was off for the summer and saw a vacation home being built next door to my parent’s place and wandered over and watched the carpenters building the new home. I was mesmerized by the way they moved fluently around the job site with a heavy tool belt around their waist and took lumber from a pile and turned it into a home, piece by piece, slowly reaching into the sky. They asked if I wanted to help and I immediately joined in. Little did I know they needed a helper to carry all that lumber, I didn’t care. I was part of this team building a home from scratch and each day when I walked home, I could see what we all had built that day. It was magical and I was forever smitten with my passion.

Soon I went to grad school and got a “real job” in marketing and grass roots lobbying, but I never lost my passion for building. I was always building a project at home, either a deck or a garage or a barn or helping a neighbor build something they needed. After supervising the whole scale renovation of two old buildings in downtown Boston as Director of Operations for an advertising agency, I decided to return to my passion, ready for a lifestyle change. So we started Two Storey Building in 2001 and began building great homes and following the dream of becoming a better builder.

One thing never changed. That was the never ending curiosity to continue to learn, new and different techniques and procedures and to learn about the latest in building science. This is the essence of how to build better. I hope I never lose that passion and always want to share it with others.

Energy Smart Homes

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The 2016 issue of “Energy Smart Homes” by Fine Home Building is a great resource for learning about how to build better. Every article is worth reading and learning from – here are some of my favorites that relate to the work we do every day:

  • “Net Zero as The New Normal” – page 14, as energy codes push us to build low energy homes
  • “Is Solar the Solution” – page 30, a way to produce our own energy source
  • ‘All Around Efficient” – Designed by our architect Steve Baczek – page 40
  • “A Pretty Good House in Maine” – page 60, building better than code
  • ‘Products that Work” (pg. 67) – Mineral Wool Insulation, Installing a Minisplit, Caulk This Way
  • “Lessons From The Field” (pg. 92)– Techniques for Weather Proof Window Installation , Air-Sealing Can Lights, Detailing Walls with Rigid Foam, Air Sealing Basics

Our Design/Build Architect Steve Baczek is prominent within the issue as is a series of Two Storey Building basement remodeling projects (“Build a Risk Free Finished Basement” pg. 114) built with Steve as the architect.

Be curious, read, absorb, ask questions, enjoy and learn! Put these lessons into practice! Build better homes!

Best, Doug

Tags: Energy Efficiency

Building an Accessory Apartment

Posted by Doug Storey on Mon, Oct 24, 2016

We recently built a new 768 square foot in-law apartment with every amenity that a small home would have. It included a full kitchen, a full bathroom with a custom shower, a living room, a comfortable bedroom with a walk in closet, an entry area with closets and a covered front door and it really is one of the nicest simple but functional homes we have ever built.   Also it is an energy efficent home and will have very low energy costs.

It really is a wonderful "not so big house".



The homeowners are a retired couple moving in next door to their son and daughter in law, so they can help out with the care of their new grandchild.  What a great family story.

The house has a tile shower, tile floor inthe bathroom, granite counters, custom cabinets, a ducted high efficiency HVAC system, hardwood floors, a tankless on demand hot water heater and a conditioned attic with much room to store whatever they need.


Let's face it many of the baby boomer generation (of which I am one ) have now decided to downsize and for good reason.  Why not have a brand new custom home that is a little smaller, but every bit a luxurious and funcational as you need.

We are in the design phase of two more of these homes right now.  It certainly is a trend.  And quite frankly these are fun to build, focusing on the details, the systems and the energy efficiency and not on the size.

We look forward to building more of these in the years to come.

Design/Build - Updating Our Office and Workshop

Posted by Doug Storey on Mon, Sep 21, 2015





As a Design/Builder often we have the ability to try new materials and building science on our own homes before we role them out to our customers.  I see this as a great way to test the efficacy of new approaches, without using a customer project as the test site.

Recently, we embarked on year long renovation of our office and workshop that is located in a barn, we built nearly 20 years ago in the woods in Bolton.  We realized we had an opportunity to make that space more energy efficient and improve some inadequacies from the construction of 20 years ago.

Upstairs is our heated office.  Downstairs is a four bay barn with a full workshop, lumber storage, and our tools and equipment.  When it was built we didn't plan on having a heated office so it wasn't built as airtight, nor with as much insulation, as standard energy efficient construction methods of today.  Times change...


 Our office then

Every winter our electrict bill would triple when the heat kicked on.  It cost too much to heat the 500 SF office.  There had to be a better way.

So, we embarked on a quest to make the office more airtight and energy efficient.  The first phase was adding 26 solar PV panels to produce our own electricity (we have since added 5 more for 31 total).  This worked out great and we are huge proponents of adding solar to offset the energy we need.

Solar PV

Then we airsealed around all the windows and doors, and added 2 layers of rigid insulation below the floor and on all sides.  Taping the seams of the insulated ZIP Wall sheathing makes it a very effective air barrier.  This also added R-10 all around the heated building enclosure and overcame the thermal bridging inherent when you insulate between studs.  Next, we changed out the metal storm door and replaced it with an insulated weather stripped exterior door.  Then, we replaced the 15 year old  heating system with a Hyper Heat Mitsubishi (effective to 15 degrees below) wall hung minisplit ductless HVAC heat pump that will provide all of our heating and cooling needs in a much more efficient manner.   We also still have a wood stove to supplement this.

Zip Wall Insulated Sheathing

The final step will be to add and additional 12 solar PV panels to the 31 we currently have on our barn for a total of 43.  These panels provide for the power for our barn and for my home on the same property and we have been net zero since March.  We are very proud to be net zero for our electricity and will continue to look for ways to improve our office efficiency.

We also added a new bay in the rear to get all of our equipment out of the weather and stored inside, using best practices for access and aiding in the productivity of our team!  Also all of the windows and doors are recycled and repurposed from projects we have built.  And the changes we have made will save over $3000 in electricity costs each year.  Not bad!


Our office now

Tags: Design Build, Building Contractor, Design, Solar PV System, Building Science, Best Practices, Green Building, Choosing a Contractor, Remodeling, Remodeling Contractor, Architectural Plans, Renewable Energy

What Makes Two Storey Building Different From Other Contractors

Posted by Doug Storey on Mon, Dec 01, 2014

We're very different from other contractors.  We really are.

We're professionals, which frankly, many contractors aren't.  We have been a company for 15 years and plan to be around for a long time.  We are professionally licensed and will always pull the building permits (if a contractor ask you to pull the permit that is a red flag that they are not licensed.....).  We carry the appropriate levels of liability and workman's compensation insurance.  We pay all of our taxes and our employees work for us full time.  They are not independent contractors.  We believe in regular ongoing training and make sure we all are up to date on the many facets of our building trade.

We are a full service design/builder.  We produce plans for your project and then we build it.  There is tremendous efficiency and quality control from having the knowledgeable builder involved in the design as well.  We handle every aspect of the project from design to specifications to permitting to construction to finish to follow up six months and a year or more later.

We offer ideas and suggestions to creatively build great homes.  We are not passive.  We don't hesitate to share.  We think most customers will appreciate the input from our years of experience.

We build custom homes and we build remodeling projects.  Many do one or the other.  Our customers really appreciate that they can come back to us with a new project next year or several years later and they will get our undivided attention, just as they did the first time.

We don't cut corners.  We do it right the first time.  We utilize the latest building science to build durable, creative, energy efficient, healthy homes that will demononstrate their value upon completion and for many many years to come.

We care.  We really do. We treat each project and each home as it if were our own.  We only work with other professional trade partners who feel the same way. 

We listen.  We hear your concerns, your wishes and your dreams.  We strive to deliver what you have asked for and expect.  We always work from a basis of mutual respect and trust.

We use an open book approach.  We tell you what every portion of your project will cost, what our fee will be, and offer alternatives to help you decide how you want to allocate your budget.

We are honest and forthright.  We prepare a budget and schedule and stick to it.  We tell it like it is, and don't try to make it work if it won't.  But we are resourceful and solve problems as they occur, we deliver results.

We aren't for everyone, but for those that desire a predictable, full service, creative and flexible approach, and want their project designed and built the right way the first time, we are a very good fit.

Solar PV System, Part Two - Eight Month Results

Posted by Doug Storey on Thu, Nov 20, 2014

I am a building contractor specializing in residential design build projects including custom homes and fine remodeling projects.  All of our projects are designed with the latest in building science in mind, especially with energy efficiency as a top priority.  A year ago I decided to add a solar system to the barn where my office is located to provide power to my office as well as my home.

My solar system was operational mid February 2014.  I have monitored the results very closely. I now have over 8 months of date to share.  The system has performed as anticipated and actually brought me to net zero electricity use this summer!

I have three primary means of monitoring the performance of my solar system.  First and foremost, I have the Enlighten Manager from Enphase Energy.  This is the monitoring system that was installed with my solar system that is connected to my panels and meter and sends data to software on my computer that allows me to see in real time how the system is performing, how much energy it is producing at any given point in time, and even how each individual panel is operating.  For me the most relevent perspective is the daily, weekly and monthly comparisons. Below you can see today, past 7 days, month to date and lifetime results. 

The results clearly bear out my conviction that solar systems work well and allow us to minimize our dependence on the grid and in many case help homes achieve net zero status.  Now, more than ever, is the time to add solar panels to produce your own clean energy from the sun!  Contact me if you would like to hear more about my experience and if oyu are interested in installing a system at your home.

Two Storey Building has added a Solar PV System at our office!

Posted by Doug Storey on Mon, Mar 10, 2014

We finally did it.  After years of building energy efficient homes and renovation projects, many of which also had a solar component to them, we have installed a solar PV system at our office in Bolton.  We are pretty excited about and really don't know why we didn't do it sooner.

Solar PV System at two Storey Building office

We installed a 6.5 kWh system with 26 Canadian Solar 250 Watt panels, 26 Enphase microinverters, in 2 strings of 13 panels each.  The system is operating well and in the month since it was installed it has produced 287 kWh of energy and projects to produce somewhere around 8500 kWh per year.  That will be 8500 kWh I do not have to buy from the power company, at .10 for supply and .11 for delivery that works out to a savings of $1785!  This will produce essentially all of the power we use at our office including our electric air source heat pump that is the source of our heating and cooling. 

Let me tell you the process we went through to get this system installed.  First, I had to decide if I wanted to own the system or lease it.  Lease options are attactive for those who do not want or perhaps don't have the means to make the cash investment in the system up front.  In those cases, the installer owns the system but the leasor receives renewable energy and saves on their electric bill.  I choose to purchase my system and reap all of the benefits over the long haul

I had looked at installing a PV system several years back but was scared off by the number of trees I would have to cut down.  I live in the woods and even though the barn roof is angled almost perfectly for a southern orientation and could support the panels it was shaded by trees all around it.  After doing my research and selecting Transformations, Inc., a well respected and leader in green building, to install the system, they came to do the Solar Access and Shade reading.  We started at about 63%, well below the 80% goal and threshold for the state rebate.

Here is what my yard looks like.  The barn with my office in it is below the address in the picture.  You can just make out the roof amongst all the trees:

Two storey Building office location


I had a lot of work to do.  In fact, after all was done I cut down 45 trees.  It was a busy fall.  I did get a new Huskvarna saw out of the process which was very nice.  Needless to say it got a little messy.....

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But we cleaned it all up and finished removing the trees and moved to the next step - signing the interconnection agreement with my power company, National Grid.  This was pretty straight forward.  Basically, they agree to buy the power you produce back by providing a net metering arrangement.

Once we had that agreement in place, and the installation was done (in the dead of winter....) we needed to set up our SREC monitoring contract.  In Massachusetts, you can sell your renewable energy credits to the companies that are bound by law to produce a certain amount of renewable energy.  We went with Sol Systems, and choose a brokerage type account.  In this arrangement you choose to sell your SREC at a fixed rate for a perior of time (10 years) rather than being in the open market place and hoping someone will buy them.  I expect to receive approximately $270 for every 1000 kWh I produce over the course of the year.  This should amount ot approximately $2300 per year.  Also I will save approximately $1800 per year on my electricity bill so the total payback per year will be about $4100.  At that rate, my system should pay for itself in five years.  The long term projections are a $40,000 cash return over 25 years at a 17% rate of return on the initial investment.

At this point in Massachusetts, Solar PV is a slam dunk, win win, no brainer.  In other words - you should really consider installing it if  you have the location and means to make it happen.
As always, I am happy to discuss the process and options with anyone interested in Solar PV.
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Monthly Energy Production Report

Douglas Storey

Bolton, MA
WeekPeak PowerEnergy Produced
02/01/2014 - 02/07/2014 36 W 133 Wh
02/08/2014 - 02/14/2014 172 W 2.16 kWh
02/15/2014 - 02/21/2014 24 W 222 Wh
02/22/2014 - 02/28/2014 4.00 kW 94.7 kWh
February 2014 Total: 97.2 kWh
Previous Month Total: 0 Wh
Year to Date: 97.2 kWh

Your Carbon Offset for this month: 148 lbs

You have offset the equivalent of: 2 Trees

Environmental Benefits

Tags: Solar PV System, Solar Power, Green Building, Renewable Energy, Green Energy

Adding A Second Story To Your Home

Posted by Doug Storey on Wed, Jun 05, 2013

Okay, I know this is going to sound funny because of our name, but in the past year we have become quite busy with projects that involve adding a second story to a home.  We have built three of these projects and have several others in the planning and review stages.

They really are a perfect fit for Two Storey Building for several reasons.  Frankly, they are a complex and difficult project and require and expert builder in all phases of construction.  Also, it typically involves the Design/Build process, as unknown details hidden within the structure of an older home often reveal themselves as you open it up.  We have managed the design and we have worked with owners' architects, but in all cases we have had to adapt some added structural engineering,  once we knew what we were dealing with.  That's no problem for us and we work efficiently to make changes and keep the project moving.  Finally, this type of project requires a steady hands on management style of a builder who is both a proficient craftsman and a part time guidance counselor.  It is important that we work closely with the homeowners to keep them apprised of the details each day and help them make informed decisions as the process moves along.  We feel that is an important part of any home we work on.

Typically, these projects involve a cape or ranch style home that may have been built in the 40s, 50s or 60s and the family needs more space and want to go up.  It makes sense that adding a second floor will potentially double your space.  This can allow for a new master suite built to modern standards, added bedrooms, another bathroom, a study and likely a better layout on the first floor for added family space.

The structure must be analyzed to determine if it can support the second story.  The foundation must be sound and the framing below as well.  Significant decay may be a problem which will need to be addressed up front.

New plans are created that shore up any existing deficiencies, and create a structural base for the new construction.  New building codes require that we build for more energy efficiency and for better structural integrity for wind and snow loads.

A new stairway to the second floor needs to be added.  Opportunities exist to create better natural lighting by adding and expanding windows.  Kitchen and bath layouts may be altered.  The opportunities are really endless.

Here is a before picture of a nice 1950s ranch home:

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A demolition stage photo - the roof is gone in a day (but covered each night!):

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A new framing photo (hard to tell at this point where is it going to end up):

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And finally.......the after photo:

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Hard to believe it is the same home.  We doubled the space, added a master suite and two additional bedrooms, a third bathroom and a study.  At the same time we replaced the windows on the first floor, added 200 amp electric service, put in a new HVAC system and renovated a family room.  Quite a transformation.

The homeowners did need to move out for 6 months.  They were amazed at the fact that we could do it in that short of a timeframe.  They were told a year or more by others.  Here is what they had to say:

"Not only are the principals at Two Storey Building professional to deal with, all their staff and subcontractors were, too. At every site visit we were greeted cordially, all questions were answered, the site was kept clean and free of debris. Thank you, Doug, Bill, and team for our beautiful home. We love it and hope to enjoy it for many years to come."  Rebika and Alex Bendayan

We enjoyed building their home and look forward to constructing many more successful "Two Storey Buildings".


Posted by Doug Storey on Fri, Oct 19, 2012

First and foremost, Two Storey Building is a custom builder of fine projects, but we also offer the option to have both design and construction of your project managed through a single source in our Design/Build structure.   We have many customers who have taken advantage of this structure and feel is the most productive way to approach their project. 

In fact, we also handle the design process for more than half of our customers.  This really seems to be the way of the future. 

We constantly hear about architectural plans being developed that have no connection to the budget for the project.  We hear about lengthy time consuming multiple bid scenarios.  We even have customers ask us to redo their plans because what was produced doesn't represent the project scope that was requested nor can it be built for the desired budget.

We work with our strategic architectural partner, Steven Baczek Architect, to provide a better service.  We work seamlessly as a team.  You hire one company, Two Storey Building, and we do the rest for you including the full scope of design services and construction of your project. 

The bid difference is that the process is fully intergrated and the builder and architect are working as a team, based on our years of experience doing this for other customers.  We listen to you and understand the parameters you set for the scope of work and the budget.  we tell you what can or cannot be done right up front and then we get to work on the plans for your project.

Boston Architect servicing Reading, Wakefield, Andover, Wellesley and many other great towns!

First, we meet you in your home and listen to your needs and your concerns and will design to meet your desires and your budget.  We explain how design/build works in general and provide customer references, testimonials and a Design/Build contract. 

Next, once you’ve decided to hire us for Design/Build, we provide a three step process including project conceptualizing and schematic design, detailed plan and specification development, and construction.  In the Design phase you pay an hourly rate for the design development and any expenses.  In most cases, this totals several thousand dollars, but this is dependent on the size, complexity and scope of the project.

The advantages to the customer are many including: 

  • Single source responsibility for design and construction
  • Quality control - The plans are always buildable and will be done the way we need them and the way our subcontractors and the building inspector will need them.
  • Cost control – we learn your budget up front and design with that in mind.  We provide the final estimate after all the design is done so it is very accurate.  We become the keeper of your budget and won’t exceed it without your authorization.
  • Expeditied delivery time – there are many efficiencies built into the system and we are able to start permitting and specification development sooner which allows the whole project to get moving more quickly. 

Listen to this testimonial from one of our recent customers:

"We started with a solid vision and concept, and found that the design/build creative process allowed us to achieve that vision, consider its implications, and make it real. After several meetings and planning sessions with Steve the architect and Doug the builder, to lay out and conceptualize the many important details of the finished space, we ended up with exactly what we wanted and envisioned.  I don't think we would have ended up with as nice a finished space and as close to our original ideas without the design/build process." Tom and Susan Oblak

Please let us know if you’d like to meet to discuss the Design/Build process further or to talk to one of our previous Design/Build customers to find out how they feel the process worked for them.  Contact Doug Storey at 617-438-0313 or


Choosing the Best Building Contractor for your project - Part Two

Posted by Doug Storey on Wed, Feb 08, 2012

I recently spoke to a homeowner who is building a custom home in the spring and was asked to give a bid on plans that were lacking in many critical details.  I was told in effect - "I've done my research, I know what everything should cost, I'm looking for the best price".

I was given another set of plans for a house that will cost significantly more than $1 million dollars and was told "I don't have time to meet you. I am looking for a contractor that will meet my budget price".  Needless to say, the budget was half of what it will cost to build the home.

This is not how you go about picking the contractor who will build what is often the the most valuable asset of your life.  If price is the first and most overriding concern, then you will get what you pay for.  Some will cut corners, some will use inferior materials, some will lowball the price and come back for more later, some will not pay taxes or have insurance, some will walk out before it is done, some will not be there five or ten years from now.

Choosing the best  buildiing contractor should be about trust and value - finding the contractor you can trust and work well with who you can be confident will build you a home a lasting value.

I always tell my potential future customers in the first meeting - "I may not be the contractor for you.  I'm not right for everyone. If you are looking for the lowest price I am not that guy.  I don't build lowest cost projects.  I build homes and remodeling projects that will stand the test of time, they will be built right the first time, they will be a testament to your dreams and visions and they will demonstrate their value every day.  You will love to live in these homes, you will be comfortable and you will be proud of the work that was done, just as we will be."

To get to the point of building that home of value, I must first earn their trust.  We are going to spend a lot of time together, over the next six or eight months, and we need to to trust and respect each and you need to know I will always be looking out for your best interest.  Notice I say six or eight months, not a year or more.  One of my critical value points to customers is that we are great project managers and create a schedule and stick to it, and it is most often months shorter than other builders.  This adds real value because it reduces that time that you are not in your home and that saves you money.

The second thing I offer future customers is a list of 30 or more most recent previous customers to call and email to find out about their experience with Two Storey Building.  I want them to call as many as possible not just one or two.  I want them to know there are many many people willing to tell then that the experience with Two Storey Building was great from start to finish, that they trusted us every step of the way, that we listened to their needs and concerns and that we helped them with our knowledge and experience to understand the complicated process of building a home or remodeling project.  And we provided them with detailed information helped them decide how to best allocate their budget on their project.

When my previous customers tell my potential future customers "Don't even talk to anyone else.  If you want the best, you need to hire Two Storey Building" what greater testimonial could we ask for?

I walk new potential customers through the process of planning for and executing a complex project such as theirs.  I show them a contract and a detailed estimate, a project schedule, and critical project documents like the preconstruction meeting overview, the change order and the project meeting notes.  These documents demonstrate our attention to detail, our desire to communicate above and beyond what is typical today and the value that we bring to the table as your builder.

I share with them our credentials, the fact that we take the time to belong to our professional organizations and are involved in training and keeping current with the latest building science and energy efficient building techniques.  That we are fully licensed and insured and make sure our employees receive necessary training and certifications for Lead Safe remodeling, OSHA training, and stay current with the latest code changes.  We pay our taxes and insurance and don't try to skirt the laws as some other do.  We give back to the communities that we work in.  These are all very important to me personally and ensure that we are way ahead of the curve and as a result can manage and build a project better, in a shorter timeframe with fewer reasons for callbacks.   So these factors all are reasons we are trusted by our customers and provide a better value to our customers.

When you are building the project of your dream do you want the best price or the best contractor that you will trust every step of the way and will build a home of lasting value for you?  If it is the later, I hope you will call Two Storey Building.

We know how to build beautiful homes of lasting value.  We believe our work speaks for itself.  I hope you do too.

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