Posts Tagged ‘Q&A’
How To Winterize Your Generator
We might not be ready to admit it, but Winter is just around the corner. It’s time to winterize your generator! With snowstorms on the horizon, it’s important to protect your home and start winterizing it. One of the most important things to add to your list of best practices for winter is to protect…Read More
Working with Calcimine Ceilings
. Calcimine was a chalk-type finish that was used as a cost efficient, fast method for finishing paster- especially on ceilings.Read More
Is HGTV Reality? A Contractors Opinion…
HGTV’s popularity can also sometimes set unrealistic expectations of cost, timeline, and how exactly renovations are completed.Read More
Should I Act as my own General Contractor?
When thinking about remodeling your home, a lot of homeowners wonder if they can do it themselves? Can I be my own general contractor?Read More
There is an App for that.
We also have an online portal that will allow you to communicate with us. BuildTrend is the system we use to help connect with our clients.Read More
How Are Insurance Repairs Handled?
How Are Insurance Repairs Handled? be sure to notify your insurance company, then work with your remodeling team.Read More
What could delay the start of my project?
What could delay the start of my project? Permits, variances, materials, scope creep, industry pressure to name a few things.Read More
Can I put my trash in the project dumpster?
Can I put my trash in the project dumpster? You should be cautious of filling up the unit meant for the remodel.Read More
Why Do Contractors Use Subcontractors?
Why Do Contractors Use Subcontractors? To allow specific people who specialize in a certain project area to do what they do best.Read More
Why Do I Need A Plot Plan?
Why Do I Need A Plot Plan? The document that shows you where you house is located on the property you own.Read More
What you should know about Icynene (Spray Foam) Insulation
What should I know about Icynene (Spray Foam) Insulation? Spray foam is a “continuous insulation and air seal plastic material that is sprayed on.Read More
How do payments work?
How do payments work for my remodeling project? We do not think homeowners should follow the 1/3, 1/3, 1/3 method for most project.Read More
How long will my renovation take?
How long will my renovation take? Some general guidelines to help get you started. Your specific project may be different.Read More
What should I expect during an initial VIRTUAL project visit?
No two homes are alike, no two yards are alike, no two homeowners are alike so the first step in getting your project started is to meet with our team, so we help you determine specific needs and designs.Read More