Stu's Remodeling
Phoenix's #1 Valleywide Home Remodelers 
Phone  (480) 748-9110
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Our Customers Satisfaction Is Our Priority


About Stu's Remodeling

Stu's Remodeling is a small business owned by James Stupar.  James has lived in the valley for over 20 years and been in the remodeling business for over 15 years.  Stu's Remodeling specializes in interior and exterior painting, kitchen and bath remodels, carport enclosures, and real estate and bank home renovations. 

Our Mission:

Stu's Remodeling is dedicated to remain the Greater Phoenix's leading full service home improvement contractor.  We create value for our customers through innovative design, superior craftsmanship, unparalleled professional service and customer satisfaction.  By addressing and designing around our customers' needs, we produce high quality room additions, kitchen and bath remodels, and complete home renovations.  We recognize that the future of our business demands service that exceeds our industry and meets the expectations of our valued customers.

Stu's Remodeling Services

  • Interior and Exterior Painting
  • Commercial Painting
  • Facilities Maintenance
  • Bank and Real Estate Home Renovations
  • Laminate Flooring
  • Tile Floors 
  • Carport Enclosures 
  • Pressure Washing
  • Kitchen Remodeling 
  • Bath Remodels 
  • New Doors and Windows

Stu's Remodeling

Stu's Remodeling is a licensed, bonded, and insured contractor in the State of Arizona.
License # 240095     Bond # RSB1-134365

What does licensed and bonded mean?
To obtain a contractors license in the state of Arizona, contractors must pass a business management test and possibly a trade test, depending upon the type of construction performed. Contractor’s work history and experience must be listed and many license classifications require a specified length of experience. As part of the licensing process a bond must be issued to obtain a license.

Are there any benefits when using a licensed contractor?
Yes, it is a common myth that unlicensed contractors are cheaper than those who are licensed. Since unlicensed contractors are not bonded there is little remedy if the unlicensed contractor fails to complete the job or do repairs. The unlicensed contractor could end up costing you substantially more in the long run. Contracting without a license is a Class 1 misdemeanor, punishable by up to a $2,500 fine and 6 months in prison. It should be noted that conviction of a second offense within a two year period could be designated a felony punishable by 1-1/2 years in prison and up to a $150,000 fine.

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