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615 Boston Post Rd
Sudbury, MA 01776
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Builtsmart Construction

BuiltSmart Construction is a Full service general contractor providing the highest quality work for your residential or commercial construction needs. From Bathroom upgrades, to kitchen upgrades, to full gut remodels and new construction, our team of highly skilled tradesmen and project managers will work through each stage of your project as if it was their own project to ensure the highest quality of work is completed within the time and project budget that was provided.

From BuildZoom: Builtsmart Construction, 615 Boston Post Rd, Sudbury, MA (Owned by: Justin ) holds a Construction Supervisor license and 3 other licenses according to the Massachusetts license board.

Their BuildZoom score of 120 ranks in the top 1% of 139,240 Massachusetts licensed contractors.

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Builtsmart Construction Sudbury

Quality

120
99th percentile
Pro tip: We generally recommend hiring a contractor with a score higher than 95.
Builtsmart Construction has a BuildZoom score of 120, which places them above 99% of 139,240 contractors in Massachusetts.

Activity

2 projects
2020
1 project
2019
9 projects
2018
Our building permit records indicate that Builtsmart Construction has worked on at least 12 projects over the past 3 years.

Experience

7 projects
Kitchen remodels
4 projects
Bathroom remodels
Analyzing permits over the last 4 years shows that Builtsmart Construction mostly works on kitchen remodel and bathroom remodel projects.

Pricing

3 projects
$5k-$20k
2 projects
$20k-$50k
2 projects
$50k-$100k
3 projects
$100k-$250k
Value Not Public: 2 projects
The typical size of their permits is approximately $49,750. This graph shows the distribution of these job values.
Pro tip: For more details about their pricing, check out their recent activity to see how much they have charged for different types of work.

Builtsmart Construction Reviews
4.5 out of 5 stars, based on 12 reviews

  • By
    January 19, 2020
    Verified Hire
    Didn't do the job

    In the end he couldn't do the architectural plans we wanted after a year of leading is on. Then did an out door plot plan and after paying a 10 percent downpayment didn't get a refund after only getting a plot plan. Stay away!

  • By
    April 23, 2019
    Considered for Horizontal Addition

    Great detail of the quote, but came in significantly higher than 3 others.

  • By
    July 25, 2018
    wall and floor
    $9,710

    We have them to re-model our 2nd floor, including remove wall paper, paint, remove carpet and install new flooring. They have provided efficient work timeline and good quality of services. We are happy about their work.

  • By
    May 2, 2018

    BuiltSmart Construction came out do a bathroom renovation in my condo. Justin was great from the minute he gave the quote to the completion of the project. BuiltSmart did their work quickly and thoroughly. I would highly recommend BuiltSmart Construction.

  • By
    March 22, 2018
    Basement playroom
    $20,000

    Justin is great. Incredibly communicative, honest, and hardworking. BuiltSmart turned our crumby old basement into a gorgeous playroom, and aside from my wife and I choosing a super expensive carpet on our own, Justin kept the entire project on budget. The quality of the work, and his electricians and plumbers was fantastic. And on several occasions Justin himself stayed later to finish certain things himself. We will be using BuiltSmart again, for sure.

  • By
    December 28, 2017
    Considered for Home Addition

    Great communication. Came out today. We really liked Justin a lot.

  • By
    November 4, 2017
    bathroom renovation
    $16,000

    We got 3 quotes from contractors for a bathroom gut renovation. BuiltSmart had the lowest bid and could start the soonest. We liked the person who came and gave the quote even though he seemed on the young side. What we didn't know and were never told was that the people who were going to do the actual work were not the owners who we met. They sent a couple of guys who did everything from the demo to the tile to the painting. They did have a separate plumber and electrician. The problem from the beginning was communication. The guys doing the work didn't speak English which we didn't mind except when we had a question about something. It became increasingly frustrating to not get answers to questions from the people doing the work in our house. We had to call/text one of the owners and wait for them to get back to us to then have someone communicate to the workers what we wanted. The other issue was that the man doing the majority of the work wasn't an expert at anything. He was ok at some things and good at others. As the bathroom came together we noticed lots of flaws. Sloppy tile work with a few tiles installed with rough edges, messy caulking around lots of areas of the shower, wrong material used at base of tub to prevent water seepage, a gap in the wall for shower head that was left open, very rough, sub-par wood for built-in shelving, areas that needed molding or similar to finish where wall meets door frame,,,, etc. And now we are less than a year from the job being complete and there is grout falling out of the tiles in the corner closest to shower head. We contacted Justin on many occasions asking him to send someone (not original worker but a tile expert) to fix the grout issue. Also we had a towel rack installed by their worker which promptly fell off the wall after a few months and left large holes. He kept saying he was SO busy and his guys had other jobs to do but he would let us know. Months went by and he kept putting us off making us feel like everything else was more important than fixing the problems we were having. Finally he offered us money to have us hire someone else to fix the tile/grout issue and holes in the wall but he wasn't willing to give us the amount we asked for after getting 2 quotes. (should we have to get quotes from more contractors to fix issues that original contractor caused?) The bottom line is he kept putting us off, telling us how many satisfied customers he had (what about the unsatisfied ones???!!!) and making us feel like we were his lowest priority over and over again. I would NOT recommend Justin/BuiltSmart Construction. I also NEVER write reviews on anything!!! I understand people make mistakes but the way we've been treated by Justin Chrzanowski of BuiltSmart has been totally unprofessional.

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    Response from Builtsmart Construction March 6, 2018
    This client is not representing the interaction at all as to how it went. They were intent on getting the cheapest price for their bathroom to be remodeled. We gave them our very best price at the time. We did the work very promptly and professionally. The workers we had there worked very hard and there was never an occasion where there was a question that was not answered immediately about the work going on. In fact they were so happy with the work they asked us to do work in 2 other areas of the house. The problems all started when they came back to me 8 months after the work was completed asking for repairs. I went back to the house to see what went wrong. We installed the towel bar to the manufacturers specifications, however, no towel bar can take a high level of pulling on it, etc. this bathroom was for their teenage children and it appeared that the towel bar had been misused and that is why it fell off. As for the other complaint. The grout was installed properly. I offered to recaulk the corners and the intersection between the tile and the tub for them. They insisted that I send another worker. It was at this point I realized that they were going to cause more problems and I didn’t want to continue to be sucked into a situation where nothing would please then. They had an issue with non American workers from day 1. I suggested that they May want to find someone that would be more comfortable to them to fix the problem. They said this was great and went about finding someone. I had asked them that I just needed to see the pricing they got because I didn’t want them having other things in their house fixed under the same quote. They refused to provide me any documentation and threatened to harass me online if I didn’t pay them money. I proceeded to not respond to these threats. Since then this client posted reviews that were dirrogatory and removed from various sites because of their rude nature. This client has now gone back and used different log ins to create new reviews that are just tame enough to meet the guidelines of these various social media sites. This is not a case of a bad contractor but rather a client looking for me to fix the damage that they caused. We have never had this issue before as can be seen from our various positive reviews and ensure our clients are statisfied(as was this one originally) before we close out the project.
  • By
    September 19, 2017
    Verified Hire
    2 car garage addition, first floor renovation and second floor a

    Greatest thing about Justin and his company is dedication on working with honesty and approachable. Attentive and listen to you concern whole building the house you dream of. It was a stressful start to journey from quote to drawings but Justin had made it pain free. We just started demo work and latest can see his crew are professional that are very efficient. We look forward to what the rest of the building process but already we feel we hire the right person to help us.

  • By
    June 2, 2017
    Verified Hire
    BuildZoom project

    Basement bathroom installation, painting family room, bed room and bathroom. Work started April 10 and finished by May 17. Work was completed to my satisfaction. The project took longer than I expected because of Easter Holidays and some inspection delays but the final product was worth waiting.

  • By
    January 31, 2017
    refinished my apartment building
    19 days

    BuiltSmart is fantastic. I have not only worked with them but have recommended them to many of people with amazing results. They are timely, professional and honest with their proposals. Personally, I find their attention to detail to be the greatest value. Highly advise anyone looking or needing to have work done on their home to reach out to them....you won't be disappointed.

  • By
    November 24, 2016
    Replace walls, painting, windows
    $20,000
    16 days

    I had Buildsmart Construction do work on my house after some water damage caused by ice dams.
    They did a great job with everything. After that I had them install new windows on my house, which also came out great. I would highly recommend them

  • By
    November 14, 2016
    attic renovation
    31 days

    BuiltSmart did a great job on my renovation. We wanted to get our attic converted in to a master suite with add-on dormers. They did an amazing job. It looks like a luxury hotel room now after all the hard work they put in. They were very easy to work with and understanding with all the changes we added during the process.

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Notable Building Permits filed by Builtsmart Construction

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28x53 2nd floor addition (3 brs/2 baths); 14x33 kitchen/dining addition off rear of dwelling and 8'-4"x28 mud/pantry room w/24x25 2-car garage addition off right side of dwelling w/ rear 16x32 deck addition
Valuation:
$336,000
Permit #:
BP-2017-0772
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Single Family Dwe...
Building permit
2018-11-06
Renovate kitchen remove two load bearing walls frame new powder room and mudroom. replace small flat roof. replace 20 windows. replace various trim and baseboards through the new wood floors on 1st floor. basement remodel for front play room. no structural *1/18/19 new siding for entire house adding structural design for permit*
Valuation:
$135,000
Permit #:
18110166
Status:
complete
Fee:
$3,515
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Residential building
2018-12-10
Existing 3 unit dwelling level 2 gut renovations to the 2nd and 3rd floor units. basement to?remain unfinished. unit 1 to remain as is. 4th floor (not common)attic to remain unfinished existing 2 means of egress to remain new 13d fire suppression and fire alarm system to be?installed
Valuation:
$126,000
Permit #:
BP-2018-002030
Status:
issued
Fee:
$2,200
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Residential w/comm
Residential
2017-03-22
Interior/exterior renovation including life safety, rear addition, extend living space into basement, add roof and rear decks.
Valuation:
$670,000
Permit #:
ALT610836
Status:
Final
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Multi-Family Dwel...
Residential building
2018-09-12
Demolition of all interior finishes including kitchen cabinets appliances ceilings flooring materials walls existing insulation interior doors wood trim and plumbingfixtures. plumbingand electrical demolish permits to be pulled for this work. another permit will be pulled shortly for the new remodel work to unit 2 once demolish is complete to verify structural elements. no structura... see more
Valuation:
$12,000
Permit #:
BP-2018-001577
Status:
applied
Fee:
$240
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Multi family dwel...
Residential
2018-07-17
Work description: remodeling of kitchen including new windows, door openings, and new shower on third floor. windows are not visible from public way.
Valuation:
$54,500
Permit #:
SF848884
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Single Family Dwe...
Residential building
2020-06-23
Remodel of unit #3 include new bathroom 1/2 bathroom kitchen 2 bedrooms per plan
Valuation:
$235,000
Permit #:
BP-2020-000342
Status:
issued
Fee:
$3,360
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Multi family dwel...
Building Permit
2018-10-04
Removal of non - load bearing wall between living room and hallway and installation of new kitchen cabinets and associated tile work for backsplash. instalation of new alcove for fridge
Valuation:
N/A
Permit #:
P201940445
Status:
complete
Fee:
$913
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Building permit
2019-10-11
Remodel basement for tv room game room and bathroom at existing closet; pre-plumbed by previous work. no exterior work
Valuation:
$76,350
Permit #:
19100337
Status:
complete
Fee:
$1,540
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Residential building
2018-09-17
Replacement of steel beam on second level with new lvl as designed by engineer. demolish 3 bathrooms and kitchen. replace soffit on front of house
Valuation:
$21,000
Permit #:
BP-2018-001384
Status:
complete
Fee:
$420
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Single family dwe...
Building permit
2017-03-23
Interior demolish strip and reroof garage remodel of three family dwelling
Valuation:
N/A
Permit #:
P201741647
Status:
Issued
Fee:
$2,741
Permit Type:
Alteration
Building Type:
Office Building
Building Permit
2018-10-18
Building of new front porch across the entire front of the building boa case 2018 # 18
Valuation:
N/A
Permit #:
P201940459
Status:
complete
Fee:
$198
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Building permit
2017-02-21
Installation of roof on garage
Valuation:
N/A
Permit #:
P201741523
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$105
Permit Type:
Roof
Building Type:
105 three - family
Residential building
2020-03-05
Demolition of all interior finishes to prepare for renovation project. interior demolish only. no structural work
Valuation:
$12,000
Permit #:
BP-2020-000197
Status:
issued
Fee:
$240
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
Multi family dwel...
Building Permit
2017-08-21
28x53 2nd floor addition (3 brs/2 bathrooms); 14x33 kitchen/dining addition off rear of dwelling and 8'-4"x28 mud/pantry room w/24x25 2-car garage addition off right side of dwelling
Valuation:
N/A
Permit #:
N/A
Status:
N/A
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
Residential
2018-06-19
Bathroom renovation
Valuation:
$45,000
Permit #:
BLDR-074409-2018
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Remodeling
Building Type:
Single Family Dwe...
Residence roofing
2018-04-20
Replace roof
Valuation:
$7,800
Permit #:
BLD180680
Status:
ISSUED
Fee:
$117
Permit Type:
N/A
Building Type:
N/A
No Description Available
Valuation:
$630
Permit #:
ALT610836
Status:
Issued
Fee:
N/A
Permit Type:
Renovation
Building Type:
Residential building

Q&A with Builtsmart Construction Ask a Question

Q:
  Cost per square foot: are we asking contractors the right survey questions? Cost per square foot: are we asking contractors the right survey questions?
A:
   These questions all look good. But a major factor would be regarding the quality of the materials used and also the level of quality on the overall project. If people use very high end materials or fixtures this can drastically alter the price per square foot. Also, some additions require additional heating sources while others don't. It would be good to include some questions to accurately identify the scope i.e. what systems are being upgraded. The hardest thing right now are customers looking on line and seeing a per sq foot number that doesn't match what their intended scope is.
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   In Massachusetts the best way is to go to a test prep class. It will usually run 6-8 weeks but really helps your odds of passing the exam.
Q:
  Favorite online suppliers for building materials? Favorite online suppliers for building materials?
A:
   I have used many different online suppliers in the past. Amazon is always great because of their shipping times if there is a prime available product. Build.com and Others are very good as well. For me and my business it all comes down to speed of shipping, quality of customer services, and price.
Q:
  Does anybody else think the pay for play 2.5% is unrealistic for the large projects? Does anybody else think the pay for play 2.5% is unrealistic for the large projects?
A:
   I think 2.5% was a great idea from buildzoom , this works good for both contractors and buildzoom , keep in mind in order for us to get leads some one has to pay for marketing,checking with customer to make sure is a good lead . buildzoom has to compete with other major sites like Home advisor,yelp . best thing about buildzoom we don't pay unless we win the job. try doing this with Thumbtack, home advisor YES they are big but ,they been in business longer.
Q:
  Should I ask my contractor to repair damage to my home caused by his team? Should I ask my contractor to repair damage to my home caused by his team?
A:
   Your contractor should be volunteering to fix any damage they cause. With my crews, I always instruct them to leave the home we are working on in at least the same condition we found it. If they damaged it just explain to the foreman and they should have no problem fixing it.
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