*yes, you should always have a contingency of at least 10% of the job cost
*It is your one stop shop, from demo, plumbing, electrical, framing etc. it's all in one. Every tradesman and helper has proven themselves through reliability and quality of workmanship. There are no worries as far as the integrity of this establishment and its family of tradesman. Having to look for those traits in each sub can be time consuming and a bad experience. However, if you have the time, patience and money then hiring a Remodeling Contractor may not be for you.
*Anytime is a good time. As long as we can plan accordingly there isn't a such thing as a bad time.
*Put together the scope of work. Set a time frame. Organize each tradesmans time and objective. Order materials and dumpsters. Pull the trigger and over see each trade and make changes and adjustments accordingly until the job is done. Do a final walk through. Address any issues that may have been overlooked and then call it a done job!
*The scope of work will determine what permits will need to be pulled.
*We want to provide an exceptional project management experience while achieving a superior finished product. Of course everyone needs to make money but it's not just about making money and finishing the job but the experience as well.
*Kitchen and bathrooms.
*Never cut corners to save money. It always comes back to haunt you in the long run.