Watch Out for Chuck in a Truck!

Who is Chuck?  Why should you be wary of Chuck? Chuck provides can’t be beat pricing because he’s got no overhead.  He also has no license, no workers’ compensation or liability insurance, no product knowledge, no clue about building code and only marginal construction skills. Your home is the biggest investment that you will most likely ever make.  Why put yourself and your family at risk by inviting a less than qualified individual to work on your most valuable asset?  Educate yourself and remember that you get what you pay for and this holds especially true in the construction industry.  Call me today and learn why we are the best choice for all of your renovation needs! ...
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Dare to be different! Remodel to suit your needs…not anyone else’s

Resale, Resale, Resale…  I hear it all the time.  Why are we so concerned about over improving our homes or being so conscientious about how the next homeowner may or may not like how we renovated?   It is your home and it is your time!   Do what makes YOU happy.  The reality is… no home is truly move in ready.  Even if you decided to pack it up and move you and your family down the street into something newer, the odds are that you will be changing something almost immediately. In today’s economic housing market, the reasons to renovate have changed.  The days of the good ole return on investment are not as strong as in recent years, unless you have a considerable amount of equity built in your property.  The influence to do a major renovation should be hinged on your overall desire to increase your lifestyle and not solely focused in matters of return on investment or mass...
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The Home Remodeling Pre-construction Meeting

The Pre-Construction Meeting   As you anticipate your new kitchen, bath, addition, or other major home remodeling project, there is a crucial step implemented by most competent remodeling contractors. While the journey from first contact to final contract can be daunting, exhausting, and somewhat confusing, by the time you signed that contract, hopefully, all of your questions and concerns have been addressed—or so you may think. A thorough home remodeling pre-construction meeting is very much in your interest. Sometime prior to the scheduled start of your project, your contractor will (or should) schedule a pre-construction meeting at your home (or site.) The attendees will be the person with whom you signed the contract, the person that will be in charge of the producing of your remodeling project, and you. It may be appropriate to include a specialist or experts in a particularly challenging aspect of your project for logistical input. The primary purpose of the remodeling pre-construction meeting is the practical hand-off of the...
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