Full House Remodel
Improve your property
Upgrade your kitchen
Modernize your bathroom
Enhance your windows
No Project Too Big Or Too Small
Whether you are upgrading your kitchen or improving your floors and windows, rest assured that we will meet your expectations.
Our team has over 30-years of combined experience in all aspects of home remodel.
From whole-house remodel to windows installation, we work with your budget and schedule. We are proud to provide quality work to service the Greater Sacramento Community.
There are no projects too big or too small for our team. Our process starts when you contact us with you. We send our team to make a thorough assessment, provide advice and options based on your budget.
We work with our network of manufacturers and suppliers to give you access to everything you need for your projects.
Window & Door Replacement
Upgrade your windows to a new point of view. It’s not just a window, but access between your home and the world. We have a variety of energy-efficient brands and designs that fit your every style. Our windows also come with a Lifetime Limited Warranty.
Floor Removal & Replacement
Our floor is something in our home that we all touch daily. With every step we take, our floors either make us happy or grind our teeth. If you feel uncomfortable with your floor, it is probably time to replace it. Let us help you pick the perfect floor and upgrade it today.
Our team has over 30-years of experience.
Our team has experience in every aspect of home replacement and remodel. We don’t just give you a quote and hope that you choose us. But we will consult with you on budgeting, time frame and quality of material that matches your needs. We will serve as your remodel consultant from the beginning to the end of each project. Ask us anything.
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Here are a few of the most commonly asked questions for every remodeling project.
What is the difference between a proposal and estimate?
An estimate is the cost of work that is not yet detailed. These numbers are based on past experiences or projects that our team has done. Estimates are never accurate, but a ballpark number so clients can get an idea of their project cost. A proposal is a formal cost for the project that clients pay, including the cost of labor, material, taxes, and fees.
When do I need to get a permit for my project?
A permit is almost always required for home projects including new construction, additions, remodeling, and repairs to electrical, mechanical, and plumbing systems. Some examples:
- New homes and buildings
- Room additions
- Enclosures and carports
- Decks and patio covers
- Garage conversions
- Landscape irrigation
- Retaining walls
- Window replacements
- Water services
- Sewer services
- Water heaters
- Fireplaces and fireplace inserts
- Shower/tub enclosure replacements
- Swimming pools and spas
- Ceiling fans
Are contractor proposals always accurate?
When a contractor walks through a project with a client, they can only see the outer layer of the house before renovation. If there are no major structural, foundation, plumbing, electrical, or other internal issues, the contract proposal is almost always accurate. After opening the walls and floors, there may be projects that are required to be fixed to meet current codes. These could include new electrical, plumbing, HVAC, or insulation standards.
Are contractor completion dates always on time?
If there are no major issues with the internal of the house and inspection is on time, the project should be completed on time. Contractors can only control the timeline based on the workload that needs to be done. There may be uncontrollable factors in every project, however. These may include major plumbing, electrical, HVAC, foundation or similar issues after demolition. Another uncontrollable factor is the scheduling of city or county inspection.
Can I change my mind after a project starts?
Most of the cosmetic or minor fixtures in the house can be changed easily. However, if a project is already in progress, major changes may cause delays or change the budget. Once the plumbing and electrical is completed, there will be an additional charge to redo the work. Another scenario would be the placement of walls, doors or any project that requires moving the frame, cutting into the floor or wall.