Are we a good fit for one another?

You want a contractor who will be upfront and candid with you, to avoid bad surprises and wasting your time.

Providing superior customer service is vital and that's why there's certain types of remodel projects we like to specialize in.

We stay in a specific service area & specialize in interior home remodels such as laundry rooms, fireplaces, entertainment walls, flooring, cabinet refinishing, kitchen remodels, and bathroom remodels to ensure we can provide the best remodeling service in the southeast valley.

Please review all 5 steps below to ensure we are a good fit for your remodel project:

Step #1  
Where is your house located?

We are a local business servicing Ahwatukee, Ocotillo, Tempe and most parts of Chandler & Gilbert. 

Please review the map below to see if we service your area. The map allows you to zoom in.

Step #2  
What does your remodel project consist of?

Good fit:

  • Bathroom remodels
  • Interior home remodels - laundry rooms, fireplaces, entertainment walls, flooring, cabinet refinishing, painting and other interior spaces
  • Kitchen Remodels
  • Projects minimum ~$10,000.  (We have to set a limit due to several constraints) 

Not a fit:

  • Exterior projects such as landscaping, roofing, etc. (except painting)
  • We don't do home additions or extensions
  • Insurance claims - We don’t use the type of pricing software insurance companies require. If you don’t need to send them a new bid we can help, but not if you are trying to get more money from insurance company because they won't take our proposals.

(If your project does not fit these parameters, click here to receive an email intro to another contractor)

Step #3  
Do you want to work with us?

Remodeling and construction is serious.

Hiring a remodeling company is not simple like buying a car or an item at a store.  Working with a contractor who values ongoing communication, proper project management, and quality of work is vital.

Construction is a process with many variables and looking for the least expensive company can lead to many issues for you and your house. Choosing the least expensive company can actually cost you thousands of dollars more.

If you want to do part of the project yourself, or be the project manager while hiring multiple contractors to manage the remodel project, we aren’t the right fit.

If you are busy and appreciate having a dedicated Project Manager, Designer, projects finishing on time, constant communication, professionalism, quality of work, and overall reduced stress, we could be a good fit.

We require that all homeowners follow our remodel process.

It benefits everyone when the process is followed.
If you think this may seem odd, understand we do more remodels in a month than homeowners do their entire life, so we know what works and what doesn’t work.  It's a benefit for you to follow our process to ensure you get the best experience. Not following our process can hinder your remodel, your happiness, and it can also hinder other homeowners.

We adhere to the best business model of Design-Build.

The design-build business model is where the contractor does the planning and design process as a standalone package before starting the construction.  This drastically improves the experience for the homeowner and contractor. After all of the planning and fun design aspects are finished, the homeowner can decide to work with that contractor or they can go to another contractor with the design package that has everything needed for construction and it is ready to go.

Have you heard about all of the issues with contractors once the project starts, such as asking for thousands of dollars more, the timeline being 2-5times longer than they originally explained, and all the other contractor nightmares?  That is because they are doing the basic General Contractor model.  

To learn the difference, check out: Design-Build VS General Contractor

To go any further, you have to be ok with doing the better Design-Build process with us, unless it is a simple bathroom remodel or shower remodel. We can discuss further on the remodel consultation call.

In the video below, Jeremy reveals behind the scenes, why remodel processes are important to homeowners, our $1,000 change order guarantee, and how we price remodel projects to ensure the cost doesn't go up on you.

Please watch the video below to see if we are a good fit for you:

Step #4  
How much do popular remodels cost?

Homeowners are sometimes surprised by how much construction projects cost and that's normal because most people don't remodel often. Another reason is how HGTV portrays remodels along with the costs for materials and labor keep increasing.

Here's the 2018 national remodeling survey report with Phoenix’s specific prices:

Fortunately our prices are often less than the report’s average because we have a low overhead and advanced software that improves efficiency.

With a remodel project, getting 2 of these below items is a huge win.

You want to pick which 2 are most important for you.

home remodeling costs, speed, quality

We are not the cheapest contractor, because we are an "A" level contractor.

We are a lower cost "A" level contractor.

It’s important to know an approximate estimate of what projects cost before scheduling a call 

You can use our remodel cost calculators on this page to customize to your specific needs.

These price ranges below include all materials, labor, and average priced selection items.  The size of the room, type of materials, structural changes such as wall removals and the price of selection items are the 4 main areas that impact the price ranges.

Shower Remodels

Shower remodels are expensive due to the shower floor being one of the most risky things you can remodel in your home.  It is also the most money per square foot of anything inside your home to remodel.  There is more info here. Below is the cost for tile shower remodels:

  • Guest bathroom shower remodel with a new bathtub and tile walls: $5,000-$9,000
  • Guest bathroom 3-wall tile shower remodel with walk-in shower floor: $8,000-$12,000
  • Master bathroom tile shower ~3ft x ~5ft is around $12,000 - $15,000
  • Master bathroom long 8-10 ft shower: $18,000-$23,000  (This is part of an upscale bathroom remodel description in survey mentioned above)

Bathroom Remodels

Bathroom remodels can be expensive due to the shower.  The costs below are for a full bathroom remodel including, demo of everything, new vanities, shower, flooring, etc:

  • Guest bathroom full remodel - $15,000 - $25,000
  • Master bathroom full remodel - $20,000 - $45,000

Kitchen Remodels

New cabinets are usually the most costly part to a kitchen remodel. We can also refinish cabinets to same money. The prices below include new cabinets.

  • Small or basic kitchen remodel - $20,000 - $40,000
  • Medium kitchen remodel - $35,000- $55,000
  • Large or extensive kitchen remodel - $50,000 - $90,000

Step #5  
Schedule a phone consultation

We schedule a phone call first to learn what type of remodel you have and see if it is a good fit.

On the phone call we will be able to provide you a rough price range, what is involved, and remodel advice.

If it seems like a good fit from the information provided on this page, please use the bottom below to schedule a phone call to discuss your remodel:

Or call us: 602-492-8205

In-home remodel evaluation after the phone consultation

At the end of the phone consultation if it is a good fit for one another, we schedule a regular in-home face-to-face OR a COVID-friendly video conference appointment.

This is to review the space in-person, discuss your goals in more detail, and build out a detailed scope of work for your remodel(s).

If it looks like we may be a good fit for one another, the next step is to schedule a phone consultation with the button above. 

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