Manny Manshoory G.C.
12122 Parks Farm Lane
Charlotte, North Carolina 28277
Mobile : (704) 201 4946
I have lived in Charlotte since 1978 and attended UNC Charlotte. I studied engineering and started my construction career in 1995.
My Partner Ash and I formed Stonecraft Builders in 2000 building custom homes in subdivisions such as Sarah Hall, Ballantyne Country Club, Sanctuary and Springfield to name a few.
I saw a large demand for my services as a General Contractor in the remodeling of custom homes and formed Stonecraft Remodeling in 2013.
My present and past clients are our best source of advertising. We are a small company dedicated to customer service, quality, and detail craftsmanship. Call us for the list of references, and find out for yourself how well we will take care of your remodeling project.
Before you Hire us
Here are some rules, regulations, and laws governing general contractors in North Carolina:
Do we carry a valid contracting license? Yes
In North Carolina, a construction project with costs of $30,000 or more requires a contractor to be licensed.
We currently hold license 37527 (Residential, Limited), which is active.
How important is contractor licensing in North Carolina?
Contractors in North Carolina must take an exam to become licensed.
Your liability risk when hiring us?
Although state law does not require contractors to carry general liability or workers' compensation insurance, hiring contractors who do have an active policy of each insurance is highly recommended. Request a copy of each insurance certificate for your records before any work begins.
Why should you hire General Contractor?
When it comes to major construction work or even minor alterations to your home, hiring the wrong contractor could result in incomplete or defective work. You may even find yourself dealing with huge liability claims.
You should get several bids before hiring a contractor
Before hiring a contractor in North Carolina, be sure to get at least 3 detailed bids. Quality contractors will take the time to explain their budget proposal and help guide you through the estimate process. Be wary of an abnormally low bid, they are not worth the risk. These underpriced projects often do not end well for the homeowner, choose a contractor you trust and can clearly communicate with.