Not sure where to start? You're not the only one. You probably have ideas but aren't sure how to discern what's possible or what's the best course of action.
We'll help you work through your ideas and figure out the best way to build the home you're gonna love living in.
Not sure how to plan for your remodel? That's okay.
We'll give you a timeline and scope of work that details how much time and money each phase of your remodeling project will cost.
Who handles getting approvals from the city? This one is one us too!
We'll handle creating plans and dealing with your city's building department from beginning to end.
Now for the part we love, building your new home! We'll remove the old and build the new.
You'll see your ideas materialize as we build out the plans we created at the start. This is the fun part!
Why this matters: All construction projects create a significant amount of dust and particulate debris. If you're planning to live in the home while our crews remodel or you plan on moving in shorty after a remodel is completed, you'll likely breath in harmful particulates if you don't wear respiratory PPE.
What we do: We use construction grade air purifiers to filter out all the debris and particulates released into the air so you won't have to worry about wearing PPE in your home while our crews are at work.
Why this matters: The use of various adhesives, paints, water proofing barriers and synthetic construction materials will release smelly & harmful volatile organic compounds (VOCs), into air.
What we do: We seal off the sections of the home our crews will work on with an impermeable plastic barrier in addition to the air filers mentioned above. This keeps the VOCs isolated to the construction site to either be filtered out or exhausted through a window.
Why this matters: Construction crews are inevitably going to be loud. If you work from home or have children that still need their nap - let's be honest, most of us still need a nap - the noise of construction can be a serious problem.
What we do: At your request, your project manager can schedule crews to work around these important parts of your daily routine.
Why this matters: Construction projects will likely leave your in need of a cleaning.
What we do: After every one of our projects is completed, we hire a professional cleaning company to visit your home for a deep clean at no additional cost to you. Our goal is to leave your home better than we found it.
Why this matters: If you live in your home while the remodeling, you probably won't want others sharing your restroom.
What we do: We bring in a portable toilets to every one of our job sites for our crews to use. These toilets are delivered when crews start, cleaned out regularly and is immediately picked up once the project is complete.
Why this matters: Construction debris & power tolls left on site can be a hazard to kids & pets in your home.
What we do: All our crews are instructed to haul away all construction debris from our job sites & take their power tools with them at the end of every day to keep your home hazard free.
We'll visit your home for free to talk about your remodeling ideas and make an in-person assessment on the work to be done. If applicable to your project, we'll also schedule an engineer or architect visit for free.
Our estimator will create a proposal for you that includes a scope of work, the total cost of your project, and the duration of the project.
If needed, we'll connect you with our Renofi lender representative to find the best loan product for your project.
Our design team will help you create a 3D draft of your project. This will give you and our crews a clear idea of how you want your home to look when finished the project is done.
We'll help you find, select, buy, and schedule delivery of materials from local suppliers for your project. We'll also pass on our discounts to you!
With all the paperwork, designs, and materials taken care of we can start remodeling your home.
Some projects need expert advice from an architect or structural engineer. We cover the cost of an in-home with consultation with a licensed architect to get your questions answered.
We do it all in-house so you don't have to look any further. From pre-construction design, to engineer plans, and permit acquisition our team provides end-to-end construction services.
You'll get a detailed scope of work that outlines how much your project will cost and how long it will take.
You'll never have to wait on us. Our team is never short handed. So as soon as the city grants us the building permits, we'll start remodeling your home.
Have the peace of mind with our Builder Warranty. If anything goes wrong with our work within 1 year, we'll come back and fix the problem for free.
You'll know exactly what you're going to get. Our team will create 3D renderings modeled after your design ideas which will be used by our team to refer to during the construction stage.
Each project will have a unique timeline associated with it. But if you're looking for a ballpark average, bathrooms typically take us 4 weeks, kitchens take 8 weeks, additions take 14 weeks, and building an ADU takes 4 months.
Our team will acquire all the necessary permits, engineer plans, and architect plans if applicable to your project. You are more than welcome to do it yourself if you prefer to work with a specific architect/engineer or want to be more involved with the process.
The cost to acquire plans and permits are built into the quote your project manager will give you during your onsite estimate.
No. The quote you receive covers the cost of labor and rough materials. So you'll have to budget separately for the appliances and finish materials you want.
Generally speaking, rough materials include the lumber products, insulation, fasteners, electrical components, plumbing components, drywall, and siding.
Yes, we can come in and finish an ongoing project if you are unhappy with the contractor you are working with.
We cannot fire a contractor for you but if you have already requested that the contractor stop working for you, then we can come in and would be more than happy to finish the project.
Yes, we are. We carry a class B - General Building Contractor license, carry General Liability insurance coverage of up to $2,000,000, and provide worker's compensation to our staff. You can view all this information on the CSLB website.
Payments for a remodeling project are due whenever each stage of the predefined scope is completed. The duration of each stage of work is unique for each project. We prefer to accept payments in check or cash.