Thursday 4/23/2020 By Anthony

Remodeling your home whether it’s a simple bath remodel or addition can be the biggest expense a homeowner can take on.  Be sure to compare all your contractor’s proposals for not only price, but for details and your allowances (allowances allow the customer to select the finishes they want in their home). A proposal with low allowances can limit your ability to create the space you anticipated and effect the final cost of your project.  This is one place to look if a proposal you are considering is significantly less than another.

Make sure you compare workmanship warranties. Be sure your contractor can provide insurance certificates and that they carry worker’s comp insurance.  Your contractor should be willing to show you other completed projects and connect you to homeowner’s where they have previously done work. Do your due diligence and take your time making a decision. The right contractor will feel like an extension of your family. The wrong one can cause stress, anxiety and money.