Specializing In Home Improvements
Fulton Construction, Inc. 1001 Fell Street Baltimore, MD 21231 443-463-4775
Fulton Construction is MHIC Lisenced & Fully Insured.



1. How long does the average remodel take?

The simple answer is: it depends. Every project is different. The smaller and less involved a project is, the shorter the time to complete. Larger and more complicated projects will take longer, especially if structural changes are necessary, or plumbing and electric upgrades are required.  We will make sure before we start a job, that you understand what will be required and do our very best to estimate the time your unique job will take.


2. How long does it take to build an addition? Will you hire an architect?

Again, the simple answer is: it depends.  A number of factors can affect the length of time it takes to finish a project including: the scope of work; time of year; and the size of the renovation. If we are knocking down walls and adding exterior square footage, the addition will take longer to complete than a smaller project, like remodeling a bathroom. For larger projects, Fulton Construction will work with your architect to ensure the design of your addition is what you want at a price you can afford.


3. How do we start the remodeling process?

After a consultation to determine what you want to accomplish and agreeing upon a budget, Paul Fulton, assisted by members of our team, will develop an initial design plan, clear out the construction area and help you select all materials for the remodeling your remodeling project. After the necessary approvals are obtained, our team will promptly commence construction activities and guide you through each step of the project.  We make a special effort before we begin to make sure that you understand all aspects of our work and what you can expect from us and your renovation.


4. Who will be assigned as project supervisor for the job?

All your questions, comments and concerns can be directed to our company president, Paul Fulton, your local remodeling specialist. He will answer your questions and relay your comments and concerns to our team members.  This provides you with a single contact at our company and a person who is responsible and responsive to you.


5. Does Fulton Construction have a team of employees or subcontractors?

The Fulton Construction team is made up of both employees and subcontractors. Each team member is a highly skilled craftsman with many years of experience.  The work of every team member is overseen by our company president.


6. Who handles permits and inspections?

Fulton Construction is responsible for all permits and will schedule all required inspections from local jurisdictions.


7. Do you carry workers’ compensation and liability insurance?

As required by law, we carry insurance to protect you and your property in the event of unforeseen events.  We also provide insurance to cover our employees in the event of a work-related injury.


8. How will the trash and debris be handled?

While the job is ongoing, we will keep the job site tidy and when we are finished we will leave your home finished and ready for you to enjoy. We understand that renovations can be stressful to live through. We take all measures to minimize the mess, remove all trash and debris, and keep things as hassle-free for you as possible.


9. Do you work straight through a project?

Yes. When not working onsite personally, Paul Fulton, our company president, will visit your site regularly to ensure your project is completed on schedule, on budget, and to your satisfaction. Our team is committed to finishing your customized renovation project with attention to detail every step of the way.


10. What if I change my mind about the design or direction after the project has started? 

We will work with you to ensure that your renovation is what you want, even if you decide to make changes during the construction process.  If you have questions or want to alter the design plan, talk to Paul Fulton, company president. Our team will execute your customized renovation the way you want it. However, please be aware that making changes once the project has started will likely alter the budget for your renovation.


11. What could delay my project?

The most common project setback is the delay of homeowner approval concerning selection of materials and design work. To meet your specific deadlines, it is vital that we work together, especially early in the process.  Once the details of your plans are agreed to, we will work diligently to ensure your project is completed on time.