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How to Compare Contractors
Successful contractor is handling 3+ similar projects simultaneously. Look for niche remodelers and not jack-of-all-trades. Make sure contractor has education and professional training.
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First Floor Additions: More Room More Happiness
Feeling a bit cramped? Sharing too much dinner space with the cat? Trying to read the newspaper between baseball volleys? When considering installing a first floor addition, it is important to think of all the options available. Another consideration is the style wanted. more
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• Meet your project manager before finalizing bidding
• Check who and how will manage your project. Meet that person.
• Comparing Design/Build vs. Traditional consider 10% architectural fees
• Your remolding project will probably be similar to your estimate
(timeliness, pressure, interest, helpfulness, communication, details)
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Design-Build
The rapid increase in the use of design-build around the country is a testament to the benefits of this project delivery system. Single point responsibility for design and construction gives the owner an opportunity to receive early commitments for total project cost and speedier project delivery.
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Second Floor Additions Make Real Estate Sense
Second-floor additions can be a wonderful option for those people with a house and a neighborhood that they love, but with no room to add out to accommodate growing space needs. Even if you have the space for a first-floor addition, adding up may still make sense if you're looking to maximize views or perhaps provide some additional privacy for a home office or and additional rental space. more
   
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