Additions • New Construction • Remodeling
One of the problems with traditional remodeling is people get excited about a design without knowing how much that design is going to cost. That’s why our process is so helpful. Design and construction go hand in hand. As you are learning about design options, you’ll also learn what’s feasible, and what’s more or less expensive. You can see your project items and their pricing so you can “line-item veto” if you would like.
After we agree on a plan, you’ll receive a project calendar that walks you through the process. You will know what to expect. You’ll know when specific things need to be ordered, when you’ll have to make decisions and which days are going to be noisy or dusty. Through the process you’ll be dealing with vetted, state-licensed contractors with insurance to protect your home. Because it doesn’t matter how beautiful it is if it isn’t safe. That’s why all of our skilled trades – electricians, plumbers, and HVAC workers – are screened for their skill, honesty and integrity. Don’t risk your investment by hiring non-licensed workers. It’s not worth it.
It’s also important to let you know that we care about the environment. Almost 75% of our construction debris is recycled, resulting in a lower environmental impact.