Here are some of the most common questions we receive as remodeling contractors. If you’re still not sure about something after reading this, don’t hesitate to give us a call at (520) 444-0462.
Do you help with the design phase?
Yes, we are a trained and skilled team of contractors who are happy to help develop the best remodeling plans for your property. We love to help our clients design the homes of their dreams.
If I have general ideas for my project, will you help me figure out which ones will work the best?
Yes, and we are happy to do so. To get the best service possible, we recommend scheduling a first assessment session so that we can sit down and discuss your project needs.
Give us a call, and we’ll be happy to send over a contractor to meet with you and inspect the proposed worksite.
Are you licensed and insured?
Yes. As a professional remodeling company, we understand the importance of licensing and insurance, and we are proud to say that we are fully licensed and insured.
Will remodeling increase the value of my home?
Most likely, yes. Although we can’t make any guarantees, studies show that remodeling and modernization often boost property value. New features such as improved property details, updated rooms, and cabinet refurnishing are bound to entice potential buyers.
How long will my remodeling project last?
The duration of the project can depend on the extent of remodeling work required, the size of the property, and various other factors. We recommend asking for an estimated timeline during your assessment session.
No matter what, you can be sure that we provide you with both considerable attention to detail and efficiency.
Can I live in my home while it’s being remodeled?
Depending on the remodeling work, it may or may not be possible to live in your home throughout the process. Our team will be sure to let you know from the get-go so that you can plan for accommodations if need be. We promise that we’ll provide you with a solution that has your best interest at heart.
Can I request changes during the remodel?
Sometimes. While we don’t recommend instituting significant changes to your remodeling plans, we’re always happy to accommodate smaller changes and ideas that may crop up during the remodeling process.
If you had one piece of advice for homeowners looking to remodel, what would it be?
Our top piece of advice for prospective homeowners is to always have a remodeling plan. Whether it’s a scrapbook of ideas, a full design, or just a few “must-haves,” it’s always better to go into a project with an idea of what you need and how to achieve it.
How do I get an estimate?
To get an estimate, we recommend scheduling an assessment with one of our remodeling contractors. Call us at (520) 444-0462 to set an appointment.