An initial consultation for a remodeling project is a crucial first step where you discuss your project’s goals, requirements, and vision.
Once we’ve established the basis for our work, we’ll move on to the next step, which includes:
Design and planning:
Finalizing the schedule:
The construction contract formalizes the details of the project, including:
Scope of Work: The contract defines the scope of work, specifying what will be done, which materials will be used, and the quality standards to be met.
Budget: It includes the final budget, which should incorporate all costs, from materials and labor to permits and contingency.
Payment Schedule: The contract outlines the payment schedule, indicating when and how payments will be made.
Change Orders: Procedures for handling changes or modifications to the project are detailed.
Duration: The contract specifies the project’s start date and estimated completion date.
Termination and Penalties: It addresses terms for contract termination, as well as any penalties or incentives for meeting project milestones.
The next step includes everything from finalizing details to beginning construction. As home remodelers in Eastside and King County, we work hard to keep our construction on schedule so you can be one step closer to your finished home.
Once all permits are in place, materials are sourced, and the project is meticulously planned, the construction phase can commence. This stage includes several key elements. Atlantic Tile and Granite provides you with updates along the whole construction phase.
Effective project updates ensure that you are informed and involved throughout the construction phase, allowing you to make decisions, address issues promptly, and maintain clear communication with the construction team. If there are changes or modifications to the project’s scope, these should be documented in change orders with updated timelines and costs.
If any issues or unexpected challenges arise, the contractor provides solutions and a plan for resolution.Consider visiting the construction site periodically to observe the progress and address any concerns directly.
The construction phase is an exciting time as you witness your renovation project taking shape. It’s also a period when close collaboration with us and effective project management can help ensure a successful and satisfying remodel.
The final step is simple — stepping into your newly renovated dream home.
The final walkthrough is a crucial step in the house remodeling process. It provides you with the opportunity to inspect the completed work, identify any issues or concerns, and ensure that the project meets your expectations before it’s considered finished.
If you notice any issues or have questions during the walkthrough, discuss them with your contractor or project manager. They should be prepared to address your concerns and make necessary adjustments or corrections.
And the rest is history.