Questions That You Should Ask Your Renovation Contractor

There are a lot of benefits to hiring a Renovation Contractor vs doing the job yourself. A Renovation Contractor will assist you with your home remodel job from start to finish and this will remove a lot of the stress from the project of renovations. Instead of having to create your own design and find the right products and materials, the Renovation Contractor will do this for you. When you hire them, they take on this responsibility for you freeing you up to do what you do best. They serve as the project manager and ensure that the job is done to your satisfaction from beginning to end. Here are some of the more common questions asked to Heilman's Renovation.

What is the most common renovation?

Typically, basements, kitchens, and bathrooms are the most common renovations. These are complex and challenging and perhaps even the most frustrating. Upgrading these rooms plays a huge part in a successful resale for any home. Potential home buyers are seeking the ideal kitchen, bathroom and finished basements.

What would you suggest to homeowners in lieu of a major remodel?

Always consult a professional for any redesign or remodel. They will be able to save you a lot of headaches. They'll be able to tell you what needs to be done and in what order. They'll know what you can and can't do for your home and help you to stay within your budget.

What's the biggest disaster for a DIY that you've had to clean up?

Bathroom drains and electrical not lining up. Having to tear out entire rooms and start over from scratch. Some projects turn out very well and others are huge disasters that wind up costing the homeowner even more money. This is expensive and time-consuming when you have to tear out entire rooms.

What's your favorite part of a remodel?

The best part of a remodel is getting to know others and work with them. Leaving the job completed to their satisfaction and knowing how excited they are when the job is complete. Referrals tell us that we have happy clients.