Frequently Asked Questions
Get all the answers to the most frequently asked questions.
What should I look for in a remodeling contractor?
Outside of the obvious credentials, you need to find someone who you are comfortable with. Remodeling projects are very personal because they occur in your home, can last several weeks or months and the final product should reflect your tastes and requirements. Be confident that your contractor is a good match with your personality and understands what you want.
We've never renovated before. How can you help?
We strive to make the process as simple, easy and well explained as possible. We will lead you through the decision making process and keep you informed along the way. We handle all the ordering, scheduling, permitting, inspections, supervision and project management.
What will my project cost per square foot?
In most cases, because of the uniqueness of each remodeling project, it is difficult to give a fair price quote per square foot. Unlike new construction, there is the dismantling of existing structures and inherent issues that present themselves during the process. Furthermore, a large portion of the cost of construction is in finish items which can vary greatly with the desires and tastes of the homeowner.
I'm getting back estimates and there are big differences in pricing. Why is this?
There are several considerations that come into play. One, if you are getting back preliminary pricing for a project that is still a concept without plans and finish specifications, then the comparison may not be apples to apples. We supply a brief description of the scope of work as we interpret the job so you know what is included in our pricing.
Do I need a permit and inspections?
Many jobs require a permit based on scope and dollar value. We will determine if your job fits that criteria and obtain the permit and all necessary inspections as required.
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