Starting the Process

Deciding to start any type of construction project can be a doozy. At Karnage Construction, Mo is here to hold your hand (consensually of course) throughout the process. Part of what Mo does is to educate our customers.

I am a Class A Licensed and insured contractor, and licensed to do anything from home repairs/remodels to a brand new house! I can get permits when needed for projects. I excel at project management, and can get you a price for your entire project using subcontractors I trust.

To save us all time and money, here are some questions it is useful to have some answers for before Mo shows up at your house

Please answer any of the following questions that apply to your project!

I may already have some of this from you but I would like to have all the information in my gmail account so it is easier to keep track. Just copy and paste this with your answers into an email if you can!

Your name:

Your pronouns:

Your phone number:

Address of the work:

Billing address:

Email address:

Is this repair/remodel work or new construction like a whole house or addition?

Do you have building plans drawn up for the project? If not, I can work with you on that, but that is definitely a task that takes time and money. If I am going to be drawing you plans and getting them engineer approved, we will need a contract for that work separate from the actual constructing work.

If we are talking about a new building or an addition, do you have a plat of your property? Do you have the zoning information? All of that upfront makes me cheaper!

What are you looking to have done?

How old is your house?

Are you aware of any hazards in your house- lead paint, asbestos, aggressive trolls, etc.

Do you have material specifications in mind?

For instance, you want to use hardie plank siding, you want a wooden porch ceiling, paint colors, composite or pressure treated deck boards, a specific model of bathtub, etc.

If not, please think about these before I come out! I don’t mind providing options and helping folks choose, but it takes a lot of my time to supply that information to you. At the end of the day, it’s your project not mine, so think about what you want. I will always let you know of any drawbacks I am aware of for various products.

Do you have a timeline on when you need this work completed?

Is this work located in a historic district or are you doing a historic tax credit project?

Anything else you think I should know?

I prefer to do my bids on Mondays, Tuesdays or Fridays if possible. Please let me know of some times or dates that would work for you?

Please send this information to Karnageconstruction @


Mo Karnage (804) 300-0023

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