Over the 30 year history of Schultz Building, many changes have taken place within the building industry. However one area that never changes is the expectations a client has of their chosen builder. The expectations of quality in every detail of their project, the expectations of a good working relationship with honesty excepted as simply a part of that relationship are but three of the many things that Schultz Building believes should be expected along with excellence in a finished project.
In striving to meet our client’s expectations we continually evaluate how we do business. After many conversations with our customers, past and present, we have developed three procedures as options in the building process. This allows the client to choose the best way for them to develop their dream.
Schultz Building strives to build a structural building that exceeds the minimum standards put forth by the Wisconsin Uniform Dwelling Code. What this means for our clients is construction that will last for years, while saving on the monthly utility bill.
Through the years Schultz Building has worked with many different architects and residential designers to complete client’s projects. We will competitively bid a project using the client’s supplied plans and specifications or we will work with the client to create the design.
Once construction starts we have the staff to manage and construct your project. Regardless of the size or cost of the project we utilize the same process.
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"Upon walking in the shell of her new house the customer commented, “Oh my gosh! I haven’t seen construction like this in twenty years, it’s just not done this way anymore. This place has the strength that a home should have.” Response from Noel Schultz was, “That’s just how we do it."