Home Remodeling Process: A Step-by-Step Guide
Many of our clients love their neighborhood, but not their home. To most, the thought of transforming their existing and dated home into something completely different can be a daunting and mysterious process.
The best way to understand the process is to break it down into its individual parts. We look at the construction process as being made up of a several main elements that are tied together in various ways.
For the best quality, have a reasonable budget for your particular remodeling project. A good builder can help you with this.
Scope of the Project
A frequently asked question is what projects will add the most to their lifestyle and at what cost? We have the experience and willingness to break down the various projects so the owners can make a decision as to what works best for them.
We will look at how extensive the remodeling project is. Will it tear down a whole room or is it just a small addition?
Analysis of the Existing Home
Once you have a design in mind, the existing home needs to be put on paper before the remodeling starts. With our Computer-Aided Design (CAD) program, our designers can come up with the best plans that meet your needs.
The New Plans
We’ll have to price out and build what we’ve designed. We’ll use the CAD program to find new ways to change the existing structures to various awesome layouts.
We take a lot of pride in what we do. It matters to us how the project will serve our clients in the long run and what it will look like when we are done.
We believe that a remodeling or addition project should blend with other elements in your home such as drainage and power fixtures.
Specifications and Selections
To get more bang for your buck, let a designer or builder advice you on various specifications and selections such as light fixtures, plumbing fixtures, countertops cabinets, and more.
The green movement is an important one and is currently supported by our government.
Green building in remodeling projects may involve simple additions and improvements such as changing the doors and windows, upgrading your HVAC system, and insulating your walls.
The length of your remodeling project will depend on the size of the project, how complex the critical elements are, and how easily the crew can access your home.
A warranty will cover defects in workmanship and materials, guaranteeing you quality work.
At Foley Companies, we take pride in having a contract that is concise, fair, and has been refined for over 40 years. Once we finalize a contract, we encourage our clients to seek the opinion of their attorneys.