How To Choose A Remodeler
Remodeling can be an exciting, wonderful experience or a miserable one, depending on the contractor you hire. The saying "You get what you pay for" seems to apply particularly well to remodeling.
Think about the process and the effect on your life. If you stay in your home during the remodeling process, you will literally be "living with the workmen". Established contractors have long-term relationships with "house trained" associates.
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Estimates are general figures. Reputable contractors only use them in preliminary discussions with potential clients to ensure realistic budget expectations. After this, a good contractor will provide accurate figures based on a fully developed design.
Accurate information helps you make sound decisions right from the start. Unless something truly unexpected occurs, you should be able to count on the quotes you receive. And, your contractor should inform you about any potentially unforeseen issues that may influence costs so you won’t get any unpleasant surprises later.
“Your company was – and continues to be – wonderful to work with. From planning the addition through construction and final inspection, we had a great experience. We’ve since watched others add on to their houses, and the problems, delays and additional expenses they face only reinforce that we made a great decision. Thank you for the professionalism and great service!”
- Steve Toeniskoetter, Worthington