When you think of renovations, your mind probably starts dreaming about kitchens and bathrooms, beautiful outdoor spaces and large family rooms in the basement. You are not alone.
Building a new home might not be for you. On the other hand, you might hate the idea of having to remodel your existing home.
It’s no secret that renovating or remodeling a home in Seattle can be wrought with rain delays and issues that are beyond any contractor’s control.
Designing and building a new home in Kirkland, WA is no small task. It takes a lot of moving parts, pieces, and people to bring a design on paper into the real world.
While it’s true that you can save money by acting as your own general contractor for your next big home remodel, that benefit comes with many downsides.
Home renovations in Seattle, WA are on the rise. Rather than moving to a different part of town, more and more homeowners are seeing the value of investing in their existing properties and putting thousands of dollars of upgrades and additions into their homes.
One of the most important questions you have about your next home remodel project in Seattle, WA is “how much is this going to cost me?” And it’s a fair question. But it’s a loaded one.
Summer might be just ending, but our clients are already thinking about how much work they can get done before the holiday season hits in December.
Whatever it is you are working on, the finishing touches are the icing on the cake and if done incorrectly can make your expensive remodel look cheap, unfinished, and thrown together.
Unfortunately, for many homeowners who aren’t familiar with how contractors work, they can get taken for a ride, ripped off, or even be left with a half-finished house while the contractor holds their hand out demanding more money.