Frequently Asked Questions

 

We get questions from customers all the time. We’re happy to help whenever we can to answer questions and concerns you may have in any phase of your project. Usually the questions come as you are trying to find a contractor to best suit your needs. Are they trustworthy? Will they do a good job? Are they going to be too expensive? Will they do what I want and in the time frame I’d like?

If these questions sound like you, your not alone! We are always happy to answer your questions if we can. We can help guide you step by step through what to expect when deciding to embark on a Kitchen Remodel, Bathroom Remodel or Major Home Renovation!

What kind of clients do you work with?

We mainly work with Residential Remodeling customers but are always open to a new challenge. We’ve built some beautiful structures along the local lake edges, Remodeled Kitchens for out of state clients, Remodeled Bathrooms for local teachers and the list of customers continues to grow. If you’re ready to see what we can do for you we’d be happy to meet with you.

How much is it going to cost?

This is always a tough question. Each project is as unique as each customer we work for. If you are hoping for a solid sq ft price for your project, that isn’t realistic. Pricing on jobs is calculated based on the size of the space being remodeled, specific design criteria and quality of materials being used.

If you’d like a fixed price proposal for your project we’ll be happy to discuss what you’re interested in remodeling.

Do you give free estimates?

We are always happy to give free “estimates” for you project. But what’s an estimate anyway other than a guess?

A fixed price proposal with a detailed scope of work requires a lot more of our time and isn’t free. We require a Proposal Contract and a deposit in order to put this together for you. We’ll happily credit the deposit cost against your job if you decide to work with us. The deposit depends on the size of the job and each job varies.

Do I need an Architect for my project?

Architects are your allies. They are going to make the proposal process fair by putting all of the details into a set of plans that you can provide your contractor(s) during the pricing phase of your project. Once everyone is pricing the same thing, only then can you compare competitive proposals and maybe see problems before starting your project.

The price paid to your architect is also insurance that it will be designed correctly to meet the demanding codes we work with today. We work with several local architects and are willing to help you chose a good architect for your next Remodeling Project.

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