Sunset Construction strives for 100% customer satisfaction.

As your Santa Rosa contractor, we will work with you every step of the way, answering any questions you may have and making sure we are creating the dream project you envision. Please read on to get a glimpse of how we approach each remodeling and renovation project we do.

First . . . We Define Your Project

  • What is your budget?
  • What do you want your new space to look like?
  • How do you want it to function?
  • How will you use this space?
  • What materials and finishes would you like to have?
  • How about appliances and fixtures?
  • What is your time frame for completion?

 We review your goals

The proposal specifies the quantities, materials, time frame, cost and terms and conditions for construction of your new space.

We develop a “Scope of Work” and a Project Proposal

While providing construction in Santa Rosa, we thoroughly review and address any concerns you have and sign the final contract for building your new space.

We come to an Agreement

Next . . . We prepare Your Project


Project Design Plans

Plans are drawn up showing the design of your project by an architect (ours or yours). As your licensed general contractor and new home builder in Santa Rosa, we review these with you and address any changes or questions that arise.

Project Permit

The permit is obtained from your local building department after submitting the plans to them for review and approval

Materials and Ordering

Materials selections are made. This is your chance to select styles, colors, textures, appliances and fixtures for your new space. Materials with long lead times are ordered.

Last . . . We Build Your Project

Groundwork establishes the foundation

We start with digging, footers, and brick and concrete work with appropriate inspections.

Your Structure Starts To Take Shape

Next is framing, roofing, siding and rough mechanicals (plumbing, electrical, HVAC) with appropriate inspections.

Your New Space is then finished off

The last steps involve insulation, drywall, siding, trim, paint, finish mechanicals (plumbing and electrical fixtures and appliances), and flooring, again with all appropriate inspections.

Your New Space Is Then Complete And Ready To Live In!