When evaluating your property conditions, it is important to anticipate an expensive problem when planning an addition & renovation project. Existing property conditions are defined as everything on the property, but the house. Sometimes it is easy to overlook these types of issues, when you
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Is your renovation budget realistic?
Now you might not know what your addition & renovation costs are precisely, but most times you know the maximum amount of money you want to spend. Here are some questions to consider. Do you know how much equity is in your home? What is
Evaluating Your Home And Lifestyle Before Remodeling
Is there something about your house that you want to improve? Do you have concerns about the home renovation process? Evaluating your home and lifestyle, now and for the future, is so important in this process. It establishes the foundation for your home transformations and
Should I renovate my house or move?
Should you stay or should you go? If you really are thinking, maybe we should just move, what I recommend is for you to go and look at other houses that are for sale in the neighborhood you want to live in. You may decide
Navigating The General Contractor Bidding Process
Before adding to your home, I recommend you select three qualified licensed contractors or remodelers out of your interviewing list from whom you will solicit written bids to start the bidding. Three bidders is the industry standard on large projects. On smaller projects, you may
Pre-Construction Planning Meeting
An On-site consultation meeting is Pre-construction planning on your project. During an on-site consultation meeting, I will be visually surveying the existing house and property for any obvious construction difficulties. Of course, any project can be built, but is it in your budget? Are there