I have a tight budget, where would my money be best spent, kitchen or bath remodel?
To get the most bang for your buck, a kitchen and bath remodel would be best. Kitchen and bath remodels provide the best return when selling you home. Also, the kitchen is generally the area of your home where you will spend the most time, whether cooking or entertaining.
Can I add a bathroom in a place that has no existing plumbing?
Yes, there are many ways to run piping through a house. Each individual circumstance is different and depending on where the plumbing is needed and how much water pressure or flow will determine where pipe should be placed.
Ceilings, floors, walls, even outside piping can be ran. Again, every circumstance is different and we can take an innovative approach to create a solution that fits both uour project and budget
Can I replace windows during the winter months?
Yes, windows can be replaced during any time of the year. In fact, window replacement is an excellent way to save money on your heating bill as windows are a primary source of heat loss in a home.
Can I replace my windows without replacing my existing trim?
Yes, many manufactures make replacement windows which are generally made to custom fit in an existing opening in order to minimize disruption of the house and keep existing trim, moldings, etc.
Can my home be insulated without affecting the current structure?
Yes, the process of insulating an existing structure is called retrofitting and generally is done with either a sprayed-in or blown-in variety of fiberglass, foam, or cellulose insulation. Retrofitting insulation into existing walls and attic space can achieve a 20 to 30 percent savings on heating bills.
Can I put a sink in my garage even though I have no water running there?
Everything is of course possible; however, at times the cost of running pipe and installing a drain can outweigh the end result. We have been known to come up with creative solutions to meet the needs of the client. Hand wash stations can be installed at a cost much less than running pipe and serve the same purpose while saving money.
If you are curious about how this can be done in your garage, call us today to schedule a free consultation.
Can I fix a leaky faucet myself?
Sure, you could fix a leaky faucet yourself, but there are many things that should be considered when doing so. In many cases, the faucet is in fact not the part that is causing the leak, but is rather the pipe, a faucet screw, bushing, gasket, an o-ring, or otherwise.
Only a professional will know for sure. Contact us today.
Are Box Store products the same as what you would sell to me?
Yes and No. While a box store does carry similar types of construction products, we prefer to utilize local suppliers, as they have higher quality products and services. While box stores may have lower prices, you would typically get what you pay for. We know our suppliers aren’t the cheapest, but what they do provide our customers is second to none and we won’t sacrifice that to save money!
Why shouldn’t I just do the work myself?
Some projects appear as though it will be a simple, straight forward process, but many times while working on a solution there is more than the eye can see. One fix will lead to another creating costly mistakes. Our expertise can help you avoid these expensive issues. Contact us today.