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  • How much should my remodeling project cost?

    This really depends on the size and scope of your project. The materials chosen, the size of the room, and age of the infrastructure can all impact the project cost. Remember when you are comparing bids, that you are comparing the exact same scope from each contractor. If a price comes in that looks too good to be true, it probably is. Top Remodeling Pros gives fair, accurate estimates.
  • Should I try doing the project myself?

    Ask yourself: What will you do if the project goes wrong? Is it safe for you to do this project? If you are not familiar with roofing or do not have fall protection restraints, you may not want to venture into a roofing job. Similarly, if you know nothing about electricity—leave it to the professional. Some jobs can be fatal if not performed correctly. Your health and safety should be the primary concern. Will you be able to obtain the materials you need? Who will be your source of supply? Will they deliver? Are you attempting to do-it-yourself for financial reasons? If so, have you looked at all of your costs, including the cost of materials, your time, and the tools you need to purchase? If you are new to the DIY game, you may also want to look at the cost to correct any mistakes you may make. Will it still be a cost-saving venture? If you’ve said no to any of these, call Top Remodeling Pros!
  • How long should my project take?

    This depends on the size and scope of your project and what is found during demolition. Unforeseen problems can crop up once walls are taken down that require additional work. Top Remodeling Pros provides estimates that include timeframe, and we stay in touch with you consistently with any updates and changes as your project progresses.
  • How many estimates should I get for a remodeling project?

    You can go about the process in different ways. Conventional wisdom dictates three estimates for any remodeling work you are going to have done. However, if a home improvement contractor comes highly recommended by a trusted source, and you have met and talked with the contractor and feel comfortable working with him or her, getting additional estimates may not be necessary.
  • I have three different estimates, and the prices vary greatly. Why?

    There are a number of different factors that go into pricing a remodeling project. Be sure that every estimate has the same scope of work. If the estimates are vague and you cannot interpret that information, go back to the contractor for clarification in writing. If you are unable to get adequate written clarification, it may be wise to eliminate that remodeling contractor from the bidding process. Top Remodeling Pros is always available for answers before, during and after your project is complete.
  • What can I expect to do while a remodeling project is being done in my home?

    Most importantly, keep the lines of communication open between you and the remodeling contractor and the work crew. Ask questions. Let them know what your family schedule is and whether you have pets confined somewhere. It’s important to keep the work areas off limits to children and pets for their safety; however, you may have a little extra dust and dirt in your house, so keeping the work area off limits will avoid them tracking the dust to other parts of the house
  • How important is it for my remodeling contractor to be licensed and insured?

    It’s very important. If licensing is required in your state or town, ask for proof of licensing or call the issuing municipality to verify the license. For insurance, ask for a proof of insurance or call the insurance company with whom the contractor is insured to verify coverage.