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PLANNING AND BUDGETING PROCESS: 1) Obtain architectural drawings or design documents. 2) Schedule meeting on-site and review project goals and basic design concepts. 3) Submit preliminary estimate. 4) Discuss estimate and determine budget amount. 5) Submit 2% retainer for budgeted amount. 6) Confirm target start date. 7) Confirm target date for architectural/design...

design tips & resources, money & budgets A GOOD GENERAL CONTRACTOR WILL DO THREE IMPORTANT THINGS FOR YOU:    1) PROVIDE YOU WITH A CLEAR, DETAILED, ACCURATE ESTIMATE FOR YOUR PROJECT.    2) MANAGE YOUR PROJECT WELL.    3) BUILD YOUR HOME BEAUTIFULLY. Sadly, too often, they don’t. Sometimes that is...

NARI offers tips in honor of National Home Improvement Month Des Plaines, Ill., May 1, 2015— In honor of National Home Improvement Month this May, the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) advises homeowners of the 10 most important steps to take before the remodeling...

  Scope of Work Defines Project Estimate Accuracy   In any new construction, remodel or renovation project the accuracy of your project estimate is defined by the details presented in your scope of work. Without a detailed project scope, you are leaving it up to the bidding contractors to...