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Construction Timelines:​

Design timelines will vary based on scope and complexity

Kitchen Renovation:

2-3 Months

Planning Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Meet with the homeowner to discuss project goals, vision, and budget.

  • Conduct a site visit to take measurements and assess the existing kitchen.

  • Develop preliminary plans and designs based on the homeowner's vision and preferences.

  • Review and revise the designs with the homeowner until they are satisfied.

  • Finalize plans and obtain necessary permits.

Pre-Construction Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Develop a detailed project schedule and budget.

  • Develop a materials list and schedule deliveries.

  • Hire and coordinate subcontractors for plumbing, electrical, and other specialty trades as needed.

  • Conduct a pre-construction meeting with the homeowner to discuss the project timeline, expectations, and logistics.

Demolition and Preparation Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Remove existing cabinets, countertops, and appliances.

  • Remove flooring, if necessary.

  • Install any necessary support beams or framing.

  • Rough-in plumbing and electrical as needed.

Installation Phase (2-4 weeks)

  • Install new cabinets and countertops.

  • Install new appliances.

  • Install new flooring.

  • Install new plumbing and electrical fixtures.

  • Conduct necessary inspections and approvals.

Finishing Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Paint interior surfaces.

  • Install trim, such as baseboards and crown molding.

  • Install backsplash.

  • Clean and conduct final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure their satisfaction with the finished product.

Customer Expectations:

  • The homeowner can expect regular communication and updates from the renovation team throughout the project.

  • The homeowner can expect a high-quality finished product that meets their vision and specifications.

  • The homeowner can expect the project to be completed within the agreed-upon timeline and budget, barring any unforeseen circumstances such as weather delays or material shortages.

  • The homeowner can expect a clean and safe worksite throughout the duration of the project.

  • The homeowner can expect that any issues or concerns will be addressed promptly and professionally by the renovation team.

It's important to note that the timeline and milestones can vary depending on the size and complexity of the kitchen renovation project. Additionally, unexpected issues or delays can still arise during any phase of the project, so it's always a good idea to build in some buffer time to account for these contingencies. The customer expectations should be clearly communicated and agreed upon by both parties before the project begins to ensure a successful outcome.

Primary Bath Renovation:

1-2 Months

Planning Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Meet with the homeowner to discuss project goals, vision, and budget.

  • Conduct a site visit to take measurements and assess the existing bathroom.

  • Develop preliminary plans and designs based on the homeowner's vision and preferences.

  • Review and revise the designs with the homeowner until they are satisfied.

  • Finalize plans and obtain necessary permits.

Pre-Construction Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Develop a detailed project schedule and budget.

  • Develop a materials list and schedule deliveries.

  • Hire and coordinate subcontractors for plumbing, electrical, and other specialty trades as needed.

  • Conduct a pre-construction meeting with the homeowner to discuss the project timeline, expectations, and logistics.

Demolition and Preparation Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Remove existing fixtures, cabinets, and flooring.

  • Remove any necessary walls or partitions.

  • Install any necessary support beams or framing.

  • Rough-in plumbing and electrical as needed.

Installation Phase (2-4 weeks)

  • Install new fixtures, including sinks, toilets, and shower/tub.

  • Install new cabinets and countertops.

  • Install new flooring.

  • Install new lighting and electrical fixtures.

  • Conduct necessary inspections and approvals.

Finishing Phase (1-2 weeks)

  • Paint interior surfaces.

  • Install trim, such as baseboards and crown molding.

  • Install backsplash or tile.

  • Clean and conduct final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure their satisfaction with the finished product.

Full Home Renovation (No square footage added):

10 Months-14 Months

Planning Phase (1-2 months)

  • Meet with the homeowner to discuss project goals, vision, and budget.

  • Conduct a site visit to take measurements and assess the existing home.

  • Develop preliminary plans and designs based on the homeowner's vision and preferences.

  • Review and revise the designs with the homeowner until they are satisfied.

  • Finalize plans and obtain necessary permits.

Pre-Construction Phase (1-2 months)

  • Develop a detailed project schedule and budget.

  • Develop a materials list and schedule deliveries.

  • Hire and coordinate subcontractors for plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other specialty trades as needed.

  • Conduct a pre-construction meeting with the homeowner to discuss the project timeline, expectations, and logistics.

Demolition and Preparation Phase (1-2 months)

  • Remove existing walls, fixtures, cabinets, and flooring.

  • Install any necessary support beams or framing.

  • Rough-in plumbing and electrical as needed.

Foundation and Framing Phase (2-3 months)

  • Excavate and pour the foundation.

  • Install framing and sheathing for walls, floors, and roof.

  • Install windows and exterior doors.

Rough-In Phase (2-3 months)

  • Install rough plumbing and electrical systems.

  • Install insulation.

  • Install heating and cooling systems.

  • Obtain necessary inspections and approvals.

Drywall and Trim Phase (1-2 months)

  • Hang and finish drywall.

  • Install interior trim, such as baseboards and crown molding.

Installation Phase (2-4 months)

  • Install new cabinets, countertops, and appliances.

  • Install new flooring, such as hardwood, tile, or carpet.

  • Install new plumbing and electrical fixtures.

  • Install new lighting fixtures.

  • Paint interior and exterior surfaces.

  • Conduct necessary inspections and approvals.

Finishing Phase (1-2 months)

  • Install backsplash or tile.

  • Clean and conduct final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure their satisfaction with the finished product.

  • Complete any final punch list items.

Rear or Side Addition:

10-14 Months

Planning Phase (1-2 months)

  • Meet with the homeowner to discuss project goals, vision, and budget.

  • Conduct a site visit to take measurements and assess the existing home.

  • Develop preliminary plans and designs based on the homeowner's vision and preferences.

  • Review and revise the designs with the homeowner until they are satisfied.

  • Finalize plans and obtain necessary permits.

Pre-Construction Phase (1-2 months)

  • Develop a detailed project schedule and budget.

  • Develop a materials list and schedule deliveries.

  • Hire and coordinate subcontractors for plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other specialty trades as needed.

  • Conduct a pre-construction meeting with the homeowner to discuss the project timeline, expectations, and logistics.

Foundation and Framing Phase (2-3 months)

  • Excavate and pour the foundation.

  • Install framing and sheathing for walls, floors, and roof.

  • Install windows and exterior doors.

Rough-In Phase (1-2 months)

  • Install rough plumbing and electrical systems.

  • Obtain necessary inspections and approvals.

Drywall and Trim Phase (1-2 months)

  • Hang and finish drywall.

  • Install interior trim, such as baseboards and crown molding.

Installation Phase (2-3 months)

  • Install new flooring, such as hardwood, tile, or carpet.

  • Install new plumbing and electrical fixtures.

  • Install new lighting fixtures.

  • Paint interior and exterior surfaces.

  • Conduct necessary inspections and approvals.

Finishing Phase (1 month)

  • Clean and conduct final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure their satisfaction with the finished product.

  • Complete any final punch list items.

Adding a Second Story to and Existing One Story Home (Pop-Top):

12-16 Months

Planning Phase (2-3 months)

  • Meet with the homeowner to discuss project goals, vision, and budget.

  • Conduct a site visit to take measurements and assess the existing home.

  • Develop preliminary plans and designs based on the homeowner's vision and preferences.

  • Review and revise the designs with the homeowner until they are satisfied.

  • Finalize plans and obtain necessary permits.

Pre-Construction Phase (3-4 months)

  • Develop a detailed project schedule and budget.

  • Develop a materials list and schedule deliveries.

  • Hire and coordinate subcontractors for plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and other specialty trades as needed.

  • Conduct a pre-construction meeting with the homeowner to discuss the project timeline, expectations, and logistics.

Demolition and Preparation Phase (1-2 months)

  • Remove existing walls, fixtures, and finishes in the areas where the addition will be built.

  • Install any necessary support beams or framing.

  • Rough-in plumbing and electrical as needed.

Foundation and Framing Phase (3-4 months)

  • Excavate and pour the foundation.

  • Install framing and sheathing for walls, floors, and roof.

  • Install windows and exterior doors.

Rough-In Phase (2-3 months)

  • Install rough plumbing and electrical systems.

  • Install insulation.

  • Install heating and cooling systems.

  • Obtain necessary inspections and approvals.

Drywall and Trim Phase (1-2 months)

  • Hang and finish drywall.

  • Install interior trim, such as baseboards and crown molding.

Installation Phase (3-4 months)

  • Install new cabinets, countertops, and appliances.

  • Install new flooring, such as hardwood, tile, or carpet.

  • Install new plumbing and electrical fixtures.

  • Install new lighting fixtures.

  • Paint interior and exterior surfaces.

  • Conduct necessary inspections and approvals.

Finishing Phase (1-2 months)

  • Install backsplash or tile.

  • Clean and conduct final walk-through with the homeowner to ensure their satisfaction with the finished product.

  • Complete any final punch list items.

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