Sweatman-Young, Inc. is a licensed, bonded general contractor in the State of Washington.

We offer over 25 years of experience working on home remodeling and new home construction.  With our knowledge we can often anticipate issues with an existing structure or infrastructure that you may not be able to identify.  Our capabilities includes the planning, design, permit process, product research, material selection, jobsite supervision, quality control and all the details through to the completion of your project.

We have established relationships with reliable, competent subcontractors and established accounts with suppliers. These are people we’ve worked with a long time and we know we can all rely on each other to get the job done right. We also have in-house employees that are covered by workman’s compensation insurance.

We’re your one stop shop.  You work with us directly on your questions and concerns and management of your project.  We are responsible for everything as detailed in our construction contract with you, so you don’t have to worry about finger pointing or having to contact multiple people to get an answer.

Quality control.  We are your single point of contact with any issues that may arise during the course of construction or during our 2-year warranty period.  Our warranty will ensure that any issues that arise with your project will be resolved in a timely matter.  Most general contractors offer a 1-year warranty on their workmanship.  Sweatman-Young, Inc. offers a 2-year warranty on our workmanship.   Consumer products are covered by the manufacturer warranty.

Why do we always get permits where required?

It’s the law. By obtaining the required permit(s) for your home remodeling or new home construction project, you get a system of checks and balances throughout the process. At various stages building/electrical/plumbing inspectors will check the work performed to verify that it meets or exceeds current code requirements prior to the next stage of your project moving forward.

If you fail to obtain a permit(s), you could be forced at a later date to purchase a permit(s) at an elevated price and disassemble work completed to prove to the inspector(s) that everything meets code requirements.

In the event that you sell your home in the future, you may be required by a lending institution to prove that everything was constructed legally under the permit process.