project planning

7 Red Flags: Choosing a Home Remodeling Contractor
7 Red Flags: Choosing a Home Remodeling Contractor

7 Red Flags: Choosing a Home Remodeling Contractor

So, you're in the midst of searching for the perfect home remodeling contractor to take on your renovation project. With so many options, however, you're feeling understandably overwhelmed. As you sift through home remodel contractor reviews , they all seem to run together, and you're at a loss of who to choose for your project. As you speak to individual contractors, there are some potential red flags you may want to be on the lookout for that could indicate a particular home improvement contractor isn't the right fit for your project.
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Questions to Ask During Your Remodeling Design Meeting
Questions to Ask During Your Remodeling Design Meeting

Questions to Ask During Your Remodeling Design Meeting

Before you schedule a meeting with your design and remodeling team, you may spend some time evaluating a number of companies. You’ll ask about their experience with projects like yours, as well as verify that they have the proper licensing and insurance to do the work. Once you get to your first big design meeting, you may have lots of ideas to share. It’s also important to ask these questions.

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8 Tips for Living In Your Home During a Remodel
8 Tips for Living In Your Home During a Remodel

8 Tips for Living In Your Home During a Remodel

You’ve decided to remodel your home, and you couldn’t be more excited. The finished result is a goal you may have been waiting for years to achieve. And yet, before you enjoy it, you have to go through it. For some people, living in the home is an important part of maintaining their health and managing their stress throughout the project. With these eight tips, you will know what to expect and be able to handle it with greater ease.

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Stay in the Same Home and Neighborhood by Investing in a Home Addition
Stay in the Same Home and Neighborhood by Investing in a Home Addition

Stay in the Same Home and Neighborhood by Investing in a Home Addition

Many people buy a home with the intention of moving out in the future to accommodate the family they intend on having or just to upgrade into a nicer home. However, when you want something more than what you are getting from your current home, you do not have to actually buy another home. Investing in a home addition is a great alternative that many times is easier and more cost-effective, which also creates added equity and value for your home.

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New Bathroom? Avoid These 5 Bathroom Design Mistakes
New Bathroom? Avoid These 5 Bathroom Design Mistakes

New Bathroom? Avoid These 5 Bathroom Design Mistakes

Whether you're remodeling your current bathroom or adding on to your home, there are some common mistakes that are made that if avoided in the beginning, can minimize stress in the end. If you're designing, building, or doing a bathroom remodel, don't make these mistakes. It's important to remember that bathrooms are functional and have the users, and how many there are, in mind. Regardless of whether it's a personal or guest bathroom, functionality, accessibility, and design are not to be overlooked.

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The Three Approaches to Remodeling Your Home
The Three Approaches to Remodeling Your Home

The Three Approaches to Remodeling Your Home

Thinking about remodeling your home? There are three approaches to consider when it comes to remodeling your kitchen, bathroom, creating more space with a room addition, or other home improvement project.  We’ll cover the various options in this blog.

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Fallen Out of Love with Your Kitchen? It May Be Time for a Remodel
Fallen Out of Love with Your Kitchen? It May Be Time for a Remodel

Fallen Out of Love with Your Kitchen? It May Be Time for a Remodel

When you bought your house, you bought it because it included the space you needed in addition to a great kitchen. However, with the growth of your family or the desire to entertain with friends and family, somehow the kitchen just isn't right anymore. Have you taken a look around your kitchen lately to assess its use and the quality of its functionality? If you want to find the love again, consider hiring a design-build kitchen remodel contractor.

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How Long Does a Kitchen Remodel Take?
How Long Does a Kitchen Remodel Take?

How Long Does a Kitchen Remodel Take?


Ask About Scheduling Restraints

Although remodeling contractors may not necessarily have a “slow season,” there certainly are times of the year that you can expect the most delays. The busiest times for remodeling professionals are typically in the summer and in the few months before the holidays. If you’re trying to remodel your kitchen during this time, it may take longer. This is because it’s harder to get subcontractors on the schedule and shipping materials may also take more time due to demand.

This is why you’re usually better off to start planning a kitchen remodel about a year in advance with kitchen remodeling contractors. You get the opportunity to choose a time that works best for you, and you receive the benefit of being one of the first people on the schedule.

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6 Ideas for Keeping Your Kitchen Remodel Stress Free
6 Ideas for Keeping Your Kitchen Remodel Stress Free

6 Ideas for Keeping Your Kitchen Remodel Stress Free

The kitchen is often referred to as the heart of the home. This is because we spend so much time in this specific room. Memories are made, families become closer together and they grow and develop all because of things that take place within the kitchen.

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Hochuli's 30 Day Stay at Home Challenge
Hochuli's 30 Day Stay at Home Challenge

Hochuli's 30 Day Stay at Home Challenge

The stay at home order has many of us at a loss for what to do with our spare time. With all this extra time at home, why not challenge yourself to make some home improvements? Now is the time to upkeep and maintain your home. We shared each day's challenges on our social media accounts- but thought, why not share it with everyone!

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