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About Bailey Homes

Ever since I began work in the construction trade in 1978 my goal has been to give customers quality workmanship at fair prices, and both are accomplished on every job I and my crews of sub-contractors take on. With my background in home building and remodel projects ranging from a few hundred dollars to over $1 million, Bailey Homes offers you experience and expertise rarely found with reasonably priced remodelers while keeping your budget in mind.

I, & Bailey Homes, am a licensed Home Building contractor with Pikes Peak Regional Building Department ( and fully insured for your safely and peace of mind. I held a class “E” Remodelers license until 2003 when I upgraded (via a test) to a class “C” Home Builder.

Rather than give you the standard 3 customer references I will provide you with a page full of local references for you to contact to verify the quality work, character, and integrity of Bailey Homes.

As a Tri-Lakes resident since 1987, I have been involved with several local business and civic groups in Northern El Paso County, as well as serving as Monument’s representative on the Pikes Peak Regional Building Department Advisory Board from 1997 thru 2001.

Since I am a “hands on” contractor, when I am not in the office, the phones are forwarded to my cell phone, and I take pride in answering every call if possible and returning missed calls in a very prompt manner.

The importance of using a licensed contractor: The last thing you need on your construction project are problems. By nature of being licensed in El Paso County they are required to carry liability insurance. From my own experience coupled with the stories we see on the news on a regular basis, don’t just accept that a “contractor” is licensed because they tell you they are – run your own “reality check” on them. Go to, hold your cursor over the “Contractors” tab and click on “Search by Name or License-Type” from the drop-down menu, after the page loads enter the name of the individual. Be careful to spell their name correctly – we don’t want to short change anyone. If no license appears for that individual it doesn’t necessarily mean someone else in their company isn’t licensed so enter the company name. If nothing appears then that person and/or company is not licensed in El Paso County.

If you question them about it and they then tell you that another contractor pulls the permit for them or they have the homeowner (you) pull the permit, it should send up some red flags. First and foremost, you’ve already been lied to. Second, if they’re in the construction business as a contractor they should know enough about building codes to pass the test, unless having an unknowledgeable contractor doesn’t bother you. There is a chance they may not be eligible to get a contractors license due to the background check that Pikes Peak Regional Building Department requires of all new contractors, as well as reviewing the background every 5 years – anyone with a felony background will not be issued a contractors license.

John Bailey