What’s Next?

What happens after your initial virtual meeting?

Framing in progress

Our team is excited at how well our virtual project meetings have been going. We have met with a lot of people online and are working hard to develop some scope of work for their Remodeling Projects. From kitchens and Bathrooms, additions, and exterior projects like decks and siding we have been able to help clients start to prepare for their projects.

So, you have had a virtual meeting with us here at Almar, now what?   Our goal now is to put together proposals for you that will help you determine project costs. Our Team will work hard with our design and estimating software to develop ideas and budgets for your upcoming project.  After we have some design ideas and budgets together, we schedule another meeting online with to review the proposal and talk about the next steps.

We are working hard to help guide our clients through the remodeling process and help them get the home of their dreams.

Remodeling can be a large undertaking. There are a lot of decisions and money that goes into your project. Our team can guide you thru the planning process. Once you have an idea of the type of project, and the budget range you can next start working on the finishes and narrowing down your choices.

We don’t have to let Social Distancing keep us from planning for the future and answering your questions. We look forward to guiding you thru this process.

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Almar Building & Remodeling Co (Hanover Ma). As a third-generation family owned and operated company for over 60 years Almar Building has all the benefits of a small company with the options of a larger company. From Additions, Kitchens, Bathroom, Basement Renovations, Siding, Windows, to Doors Almar services the entire South Shore of Massachusetts including: Hanover, Hingham, Pembroke, Norwell, Scituate, Cohasset, Duxbury, Hanson, Abington, Rockland, Holbrook, Braintree, Weymouth, Milton, Westwood, and many more towns. What should I expect during an initial VIRTUAL project visit? What’s Next?