The thought of trying to prepare for a remodeling project is enough to push anyone over the edge, but it doesn’t have to be. Being prepared, even for that initial consult, can make the all-in-all process that much easier the whole way through. It doesn’t do anyone, you or your remodeler, any good if you don’t have any idea of what you’re getting into. In this post, we’ve put together some tips to make the process easier.
The clients: Elaine & Jerel
In our last post about our Pleasant Hill main floor remodel project, we showed you the final floor plan and some really awesome renderings that helped the clients get a solid idea of the final result.
Recently, we introduced you to a first floor remodeling project we’re working on with a couple in Pleasant Hill. When we left off, we had discussed what these clients liked and didn’t like about the multiple options we’d designed. While they were in our office for their initial consultation, we came up with another option that incorporated a lot of their feedback. To review, these were their priorities:
When considering a remodeling or new construction project, many questions weigh heavily on homeowners’ minds. Below are some important answers that can help you understand what to expect before the project begins.