Information on Remodeling Project Fees, Materials, and More

Estimating Your Project and Materials

Here’s how it works…

As always, you get a face-to-face consultation with your salesperson to review the estimate.

Estimates include copies that provide a detailed breakdown of costs. This will be valuable information for you to determine where you might want to invest a bit more or reduce in one area to do more somewhere else. For example, you might choose to go with a more basic faucet, so you have the budget for a built-in soap dispenser.

You also receive a copy of the proposed contract so you can spend the time you need to review and get all your questions addressed by your salesperson prior to the contract signing.

We do our best to address all aspects of the proposed project ahead of contract signing. Well-informed customers mean happier customers and jobs that progress smoothly for all involved.

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Our estimates for a full kitchen or bath are as detailed as possible, so potential clients really know where their dollars will be spent on the project. Electrical, plumbing, sheetrock, countertops, cabinets, flooring, and everything in between is broken down.

How long will a typical bathroom remodel take?
Can I purchase materials from you and install them myself?
Is it possible to take out my standard tub and replace it with a shower the same size?
How long will a typical kitchen remodel take?
What “other services” do you offer?
What do I need to do in my home to prepare for your workers?