What’s the best way to describe the design-build process? Imagine you are planning your own wedding. You do the research—browsing every bride magazine in print—and creating a stack of “must haves” a mile high. Then you compile a list of people to contact and services needed (the florist, the caterer, the location arrangements, and more). Your list begins to resemble a book. You’ll have to educate yourself on provider reputations, quality of work, and reliability (You don’t want to find out a florist can’t deliver 2 hours before the wedding). To pull this off you may have to give up every spare minute of your life for the next 6 months.
In his classic hit, Back Home Again, singer John Denver sang, “It’s the little things that make a house a home . . .” It’s true that small touches can make a big impact on the way your home feels. It could be the way your entryway is decorated. Or it might be your choice of countertop materials in your kitchen. But little things can also have a negative impact on your at-home experience. Here’s a look at a few “little” things that can actually stress you out.
In our more than 30 years of experience remodeling homes in Florida, there are some things that never change—including the two most common questions homeowners ask us before beginning a home remodeling project: What is this going to cost? And how long is this going to take?