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During the call we will ask you questions about your project and figure out if we are the right company to help you. If we are a good fit we will move into the design phase.
After your free phone call you'll be sent a your free estimate via email as well as given the option to buy a design and begin your remodeling process.
During this step we will draft the construction plans, prepare permits, create a schedule and send everything for your approval. Once approved we can begin purchasing materials.
This is the final step before production, during this step we will place purchase orders to gather all of the material we will need during the production step. This includes finishes as well!
All of the steps taken prior allow us to be completly prepared for the building of your new remodel. By following this process we avoid delays and ensure what we build is as close as possible to our design.
During this step, we will remove any leftover debris from the job site, schedule finish inspections, and have our professional cleaning crew leave your new space sparkling clean.
The cost of remodeling a kitchen or bathroom can vary greatly, depending on factors such as size, materials, and labor. A basic remodel can cost around $20,000 to $40,000, while a high-end remodel can cost upwards of $90,000.
Some of the best home remodeling projects for increasing property value include: kitchen and bathroom remodels, adding a deck or patio, finishing a basement, adding a second story, and updating the exterior of the home.
The duration of a home remodel can vary greatly depending on the size and scope of the project, but a typical home remodel can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months to complete.
To find a reputable home remodeling contractor, ask for recommendations from friends, family, and real estate agents, check online reviews, verify licenses and insurance, and ask for references from the contractor.
The most popular home remodeling trends include: open-concept living spaces, smart home technology, sustainable and energy-efficient upgrades, natural and earthy colors, and incorporating outdoor living spaces.
To make your home remodel more energy-efficient, consider adding insulation, upgrading to energy-efficient appliances, installing solar panels, and using sustainable building materials.
Some common home remodeling mistakes to avoid include: not budgeting enough, not getting permits, not having a clear plan, not checking references, and not communicating with the contractor.
To minimize disruption to your daily life during a home remodel, schedule the work during times that are convenient for you, establish clear communication with your contractor, have a backup plan for living arrangements, and plan for the additional noise, dust and debris.
The permits required for a home remodel vary depending on the type of work and location. Common permits include building, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC permits. Always check with your local building department for specific requirements.
There are several ways to finance a home remodel, including: home equity loans, personal loans, cash savings, credit cards, and government-backed loans such as FHA 203(k) loan, and Fannie Mae HomeStyle loan. Consult with a financial advisor to find the best option for you.