Renovating

OUR PROCESS WITH GENERAL CONTRACTORS

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1. Set Your Build Cost & Our Non-Disclosure Agreement.

You charge the home owner what you want for the build, we'll keep it on your budget and you pocket the profit.

We will sign a non-disclosure agreement which means that we will never disclose what you're building the home for in comparison to what you charge your client.

2. We Do Your Permit Paperwork

During the same time period when we're creating mood boards for ordering the finishes, we're drawing up your permit paperwork.

It's important for us to start this process as soon as possible since it typically takes the longest. 

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3. We Order Materials and Schedule Deliveries

Many finishes and materials are months out for delivery and need ordered as soon as possible in order to keep a build on schedule.

With your approval, we place the orders and schedule the future deliveries.  Our process is why we can take a new home build from footings to final occupancy in 5-6 months.

4. We Manage the Process

We confirm with sub-contractors that they're going to show up when they're scheduled to.  If a sub quits in the 11th hour, we find a replacement.  We follow up with suppliers to ensure that deliveries are on time and with inspectors to keep them on schedule.

It's important to us that you know next step procedures and that's why we use the construction management software, BuilderTrend. Simply download the app and follow along with everything we do, what's next on the schedule, materials we've ordered, delivery schedules, etc.

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5.  You Receive the Occupancy Permit

Woohoo!  Your home is ready for your buyer to move into and our job is now complete.  This is when final payment for our services is due.

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STOP BY AND SEE US OR CALL (360) 940-3151

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