Going through a major renovation or addition can be stressful. We strive to make the experience of working with our team as satisfying and nurturing as the environments we create. As a result, we build strong and lasting relationships with our clients, and more than 90% of our business comes through customer referrals.

There are so many aspects to be considered when you want to remodel your home or business. And the more there is to juggle, the more important it is that every part of the team works well together. To eliminate lost time and lost cash on mistakes or mis-estimates, it’s essential that the design is complete and that the renovations are managed well. Expert design and excellent management are what our team is built on.

Phase 1 – Evaluation

We Suggest scheduling a free consultation with one of our Remodeling Consultants as the first step towards Creating Your Dream. While some companies charge hundreds, and sometimes thousands, of dollars just to share ideas with you, we offer our initial consultation for free. The consultant will meet with you at your home or business. Our Remodeling Consultant will take into account your ideas, goals, and dreams, as well as your budget. Within a week of the consultation, we’ll draw up a proposal for your review. You’ll meet with us at our shop in Mountain View to read over and discuss our proposal, once we have a mutual understanding and if you approve, we’ll sign the papers to get started.

Phase 2 – Design

Once the proposal is approved, it’s time for the fun. Together with our design team, you’ll start bringing your dream to life. Our diverse team brings a deep skill set to our partner projects, offering architectural drawing, engineering and permitting expertise along with traditional construction and custom cabinetry experience. Once the design is complete, and you’ve approved the plan, it’s time to get our hands dirty and start renovations.

Phase 3 – Construction

Before construction begins, a project manager will be assigned. The project manager will remain with you throughout the renovations, and the construction crew itself will also remain consistent from beginning to end. If there are any problems at all, your project manager will see that they are solved quickly and efficiently. Once construction is complete, you’ll review the site with your project manager. Together, you’ll compose a touch-up list – essentially, all those little odds and ends that aren’t quite finished or right. Then, the touch-up crew will take care of the list, and your renovation project is complete.