Once you’ve selected all of your finishes and fixtures, and your kitchen design is complete, it’s time to prepare for the construction phase. At this point you should have an approximate start date from the contractor, but how do you prepare for that first day? Here are 5 easy steps.
Your home is a functional disaster and you’ve been living with it for as long as you could. You want a home sanctuary that you love to be in, which means it’s time for a change, and that means renovating. You’ve jumped over the first hurdle of making the decision to renovate, but now you’ve hit the second one – where do you start?
Every home renovation project is broken down into multiple phases. Once the design has been completed, we move into the documentation phase, also known as Construction Documents. At EBO Design+Build, this is the most important part of the renovation process. Let me tell you why.
Renovating a home is a new experience for most, so many individuals don't know what to expect or how much things should cost.
A lot of people like to watch HGTV, but unfortunately they have done the home renovation industry a huge disservice in that many individuals now have unrealistic expectations of what a renovation actually costs and how long it takes. Most people go into a renovation project with their budgetary expectations too low.
Do you feel lost trying to figure out how much it will cost to transform your outdated and dysfunctional house into a home where you feel refreshed, recharged, and ready to be with your family and friends?
Our free guide is for busy professionals who are in the planning phase of their project and are researching the potential costs of transforming their home.