Custom Home Builder in Long Island, NY

The house you live in is so much more than a place to sleep at night. Your home must not only offer you the safety you need, but it must also reflect your personal tastes and aesthetic preferences. To do so, qualified general contractors must design and build your home. If you’re looking for a general contractor in Long Island, NY, Bildco Inc. is the company you can trust to build your ideal house.

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About Us

Bildco, Inc. is a residential remodeling company based in Long Island with over 25 years of combined experience in the industry. Our first priority is to ensure that you receive exceptional service and quality throughout the design and construction phases of your project. Our relationships with clients, subcontractors, suppliers, and partners are built on the foundation of communication and ethical business standards.

We provide service to parts of Nassau and Suffolk counties in New York. We are committed to learning about your desires, needs, and lifestyle from the very beginning of our conversation. The goal is to guarantee that your requirements are integrated into the entire project and budget.

Custom Home Construction

Having a place to call home is more than just a place to sleep. Your home should not only provide you with a place to rest and relax, but it must also reflect your personal style. This can only be accomplished if your home is built by experienced general contractors and then tastefully upgraded. If you’re looking for a general contractor in Long Island, NY, you can count on Bildco Inc. to build your ideal home.

Why You Should Build Custom Home?

The main advantage of building a custom home is the fact that you can customize it to meet your family’s tastes and needs. It is extremely difficult to find an existing property that will precisely fit what you really want and you’ll most likely end up getting only some of the features that you really want and compromising on the rest. When you build a custom home, you are only paying for the features and space that you want or need. If you purchase an existing property, you will be paying for features that you do not want. A custom home gives you the option to control how your money is spent.

The Process of Working With Us


Short Interview

Please reach out to us by filling out the form on our website and tell us about your project. We will review your project to make sure it’s a good fit for both of us. After that, we will call you back to schedule an appointment where we will talk about your project in more details.


Complimentary Onsite Meeting

These meetings typically last between one to one and a half hours, depending on the size of your project. Our appointments are scheduled during regular business hours Monday-Saturday 7:30am – 5:00pm.


What Happens at the Complimentary Meeting?

We will start the discussion with why you want to remodel, your expectations for the project as well as review your vision for the spaces you want remodeled. Then we will talk about schedule availability and completion requirements for both you and us.

After that, we will talk about the investment you are comfortable putting into your home (It’s a good idea to talk about the budget before our meeting) since the most people don’t know what remodeling costs. It’s clear to us that everyone has a budget number that they are willing to spend. Being honest about your budget allows us to assist you in staying within it.

We will gladly answer any questions you may have about the project or the processes of our company. We’ll examine a ballpark figure determined from our early conversation. This broad brush number is intended to determine whether this is the direction you want to follow. When you are ready to go, we will advance to the next stage.


Project Retainer to Bildco inc. For Your Comprehensive Project Evaluation

Your retainer goes toward the following;

  • Securing a tentative production schedule (final schedule is determined after all the tasks below have been completed)
  • Design schedule to assist in keeping everyone on track for the production schedule.
  • Drawing/Designing as required for your specific project.
  • Clearly define the scope of your project.
  • If necessary, assist you with material selection.
  • Site visits and estimates from subcontractors based on your actual scope of work.
  • Cost estimate for your project under a fixed-price contract. Contract is presented as a lump sum with a detailed scope of work.
  • The project retainer is credited toward the project contract price when you sign our contract within 30 days of presentation. (Excluding architectural and engineering fees)
After completing all of the steps mentioned above, we can move on to getting the permissions and construction phases of the project.

Custom Homes Construction Process


Your Vision For The New Home

The construction of every single home begins with a dream. You can envision yourself and your family relaxing and having fun in your new home. We see your home as much more than a place to sleep. Not only does your home have to offer you shelter, but it also has to fulfill your aesthetic and stylistic preferences.

Design, Blueprints and City’s Approval

The construction of every new home begins with a dream and a vision. We’ll collaborate with you to establish clarity and consensus around your concept for the design and building of your ideal home. We know that each of our clients desires perfection in every area of their new house, and that is why we spend enough time to listen to your design requirements, architectural ideas, and budget limitations.

We will simplify the entire process, from obtaining detailed plans to getting engineer approval and ensuring that the city has approved all components of the development prior to breaking ground.

Layout, Foundations and Framing

The majority of people believe that the roof is the most critical component of their home. While your roof is the primary component that shields you from the elements, it is not the only one. The foundation is what holds your home together and carries its weight. Without a stable foundation beneath, it’s only a matter of time before the structure suffers significant harm. The foundation is one of the aspects of your home that must be done correctly the first time, as mistakes made during construction are not always easy to correct.

The framing process is a critical component of every home-building project. Framing is essential for the stability of a home. It ensures that your home is a secure place to live and is constructed to withstand natural disasters. If the frame of your home is not properly constructed, the finished flooring will squeak, the drywall will not lie flat, and the home’s doors will not close properly.

The Paint on the Walls

Choosing the right colors is critical when creating a custom home. Color is a vital part of our life. It is a universally known visual language. When it comes to home style, the most effective way to communicate is through color. Each shade of color has a distinct effect on our mood, carries a different meaning, and is inextricably linked to our mental state.

Colors have the ability to alter your mood and state of mind. We will assist you in selecting the perfect color combination for your home that will create a variety of emotions such as pleasant, peaceful, intimate, and comfortable.

Cabinets and Countertops

Your kitchen is a vital part of your home. It’s where you spend most of your day cooking meals for yourself and your family and often even eating. Having a kitchen that is both practical and aesthetically pleasing is a dream shared by the majority of homeowners.

In addition to making your kitchen look its best and increasing your home’s worth, kitchen cabinets are an asset to your property. A kitchen can be enhanced by having high-quality cabinets as its centerpiece. Your kitchen can be a delight to use if you choose the proper cabinet type and design.

Doors, Windows and Trim

A door is the primary structural element of a home. It is a movable barrier installed at the entrance to a home, room, or other places that allows people, vehicles, and other items to enter and exit. Windows bring light, warmth, and beauty into our homes. They reduce our sense of restriction, even in a small room.

A window is similar to a small portal to the outside world, permitting the passage of light, air and beauty. Doors, windows, and trim are perhaps the most noticeable components of your new home, and their significance should not be overlooked.

Lighting Plans

There are a lot of pieces involved in the process of building a home. Included in this is both the exterior and interior design of the home.

But lighting is often disregarded, which can make the difference between a pleasant and unpleasant home. Everything else in the design is just as crucial as lighting. Good lighting has a huge impact on a space. When the time comes, we’ll walk you through your lighting options and assist you in making the best decisions for your space.

Flooring That Fits Your Needs

There is no doubt that flooring has a huge impact on your home’s aesthetics. The appropriate flooring can transform a room’s appearance and feel instantly, making it appear larger, cozier, warmer, or colder. Not only can flooring affect the appearance of your home, but it may also impact your mood. People that suffer from allergies or are extremely sensitive to indoor air quality must conduct extensive studies on their flooring options since certain types of flooring prevent the buildup of allergens such as dust and dander.

When it comes to selecting the appropriate flooring for your home, there is much more to consider than simply what ‘looks good.’ The type of flooring you select can have a significant effect on how you behave in your home.

What Our Customers Say About Us

Would highly recommend Bildco to anyone looking to renovate or do any work on their house. Mike Welsch is very professional, he is great to work with, and his team cleans up nicely after the job. He is honest, responds quickly to any questions or concerns you have and is very reasonable. He is very talented and pays attention to detail, you will not regret choosing Bildco for your home”
– Amanda Delaura
“Michael Welsch and his crew were so professional and courteous. They completed the siding on my mother’s home in a timely manner and did quality work. The home looks beautiful!!! Bildco Inc. was always available to answer questions and address concerns from start to finish. My family and I would use this company again and would highly recommend them.
– Kristine Bender
“We worked with Bildco on our three season room remodel, and also redoing some of the insulation in our attic. Mike and his team do excellent work and his attention to detail is beyond professional. He is very responsive and shows up when scheduled. We love the results and, are very happy to have found a trustworthy, efficient, talented, and reasonable contractor for our projects.”
– Sean Kelley

The Final Step

Before you move into your new home, we will conduct a final walk-through to make sure everything is in working order. This final walk-through will give you a chance to see how everything works in your new home and identify any issues that need to be resolved.

We stand behind all of our work, and if you have any issues regarding your new home, please contact us and we will do everything possible to make it right.

Tell Us About Your Project

We at Bildco Inc. will do the project in the shortest amount of time and at the lowest possible cost. We want you to fall in love with your new room, not just like it. That is why we will go above and beyond to ensure that all of your needs, wishes, and desires are met.

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