Sand County Contracting strives to be the leading design-build firm in the Sauk County area. We accomplish this by attracting the best talent, promoting high-quality workmanship at a competitive price, and providing uncompromising service to our customers. Here is a testimonial from one of our recent clients --
"This was an extraordinarily exceptional experience. Sand County was more than a remodeling service. I have a beautifully done basement. I also experienced the absolutely best customer service I could ever have experienced. In order to do my project, Sand County moved and stored all the stuff I had in my basement, did creative work, provided expertise, involved me just enough and when all the work was done, moved all my stuff back. Wonderful staff, polite, courteous, and cares about quality. Creative as well. True 5 Star service!!!!" - Alice - Baraboo, WI
This time lapse video demonstrates how Sand County Contracting builds a garage from the ground up.
Tile Installation Time Lapse
Ever wonder how much work goes into a tile installation? This time lapse video condenses five days of work into a 35 second video clip.
Bathroom & Kitchen
Sand County Contracting is best known for their exceptional design and execution of bathroom and kitchen remodels. From the initial meetings with homeowners addressing their remodeling needs to Sand County design team’s solutions, there is synergy and results.
Central Wisconsin home contracting customers also appreciate Sand County Contracting's wide range of skill sets from, additions, carpentry, decks and porches, flooring, roofing, painting and window installation.
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Green Practices in construction and remodeling are at the forefront of Sand County Contracting’s principles, “we believe in fostering green home contracting practices”. Customers want to be less dependent on the power grid, responsible for less pollution, and use sustainable products and recycled materials. The end result is a win-win . . . doing the right thing and saving money.
-- Originally Published in Baraboo News Republic --
Members of Baraboo's 150-year-old Trinity Episcopal Church will have more light and a new look to their worship hall this Christmas after a local firm removed a non-functioning organ and restored the building's south transept.