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Recently bought and moved into a house in Jocotepec, 35+ years old. Have a variety of maintenance, renovation, addition jobs that I require contractors for: connect to sewer retaining wall and sidewalk new roof addition-workshop excavation/drainage/damp-proofing to fix sillitrae problem My Spanish is at a beginner level, so important the contractor can speak English well enough for the 2 of us to communicate effectively. Any suggestions/referrals/references etc. appreciated.
I'd like to recommend Antonio Nuñez as an excellent overall home maintenance, renovation and construction contractor. The work he has done for us includes a complete casita renovation (including new tile flooring), a complete bathroom renovation, extensive selitre repair, lots of interior and exterior painting, and even creating and installing a wrought-iron security gate over our CFE meter. Antonio SPEAKS ENGLISH and is an extraordinarily honest, trustworthy and very nice guy. Here is his contact information: Antonio Nuñez Antonio’s Cell Phone: (333) 474-4322 Antonio’s Home Phone: 766-2057 Alex
I contacted Julio Mireles of JM/ARQ Construction who recently started posting here to ask him if he knew where I could find a sealer for my mirador. He replied with a very helpful and detailed email having located the product Lakeside and informing me where. In addition, he contacted the manufacturer without me asking, to confirm the correct application of the product to make sure it was what I needed. Even offered to pick it up for me. Needless to say, I'm very impressed and will meet with him in regard to a remodel I have planned. He has years of experience in all facets of the construction industry and is launching his own business from his home town of Riberas. Seems very motivated and eager to work and his attention to detail is a very good sign. Worth checking out. Will keep you posted. pedro malo
We will soon be wanting to build onto our house in a month or so once the dry season sets in for sure, We want to build two bedrooms upstairs and a mirador. To avoid contractor fees, we have already been advised by friends to find an architect, preferably a younger one fresh out of college or so to draw up the planos or blue prints and then hire some albaniles or brickmasons to do the job. We were told that the architect could even probably figure in the costs of materials and such. Once the blue prints are ready, we could just hire some albaniles to do the work. If it helps to know, we speak fluent Spanish, so will be able to talk to the brickmasons. Has anybody tried this method and does anybody know an architect that would just draw up the plans without demanding to do the job? Thanks to any and all that respond.