Frequently Asked Questions:

Why do houses often go over budget?
Most of the time, houses go over budget due to inadequate research, poor planning, rough estimates, rushed bids, and unrealistic budget allowances. As a result, homeowners often pay more than they expected in upgrades and change orders during the construction of their home.

 

Will you be the lowest bidder?

Probably not. We encourage our clients to compare the level of service they are getting for the investment they are making. The level of service we provide before, during and after the project is what makes the difference and in the remodeling industry, low bidders have a long history of not staying in business very long. Therefore when you may need any warranty work done, your low bidder may no longer around to service or maintain the project they did for you years before. That leave you to paying twice for something you thought you already paid for.

The industry is also rife with stories of contractors who were never able to finish the projects they started and that has a lot to with poor estimating practices or a lack of the fundamental understanding of what labor really costs.

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