Here at RemodelWerks, we’ve walked countless homeowners through the remodeling process—from bringing their initial vision to life using cutting-edge 3D design technology to plot out their new space, firming up their budget and obtaining the necessary permits from their towns to demolishing walls, cabinets, flooring and other features that must come out so the new design can come in! Finally, we continue to deliver high-quality construction services and finish work to give our clients’ phenomenal new spaces they can enjoy for years to come.The fact is, though, sometimes we’re not the first contractor on the job. That means sometimes we must correct things that may not have been done properly in the first place. Fortunately, we’ve got years of custom design/build experience so we are not intimidated by this. But, we’d like to share with you some of the top things homeowners often tell us they wish they’d done right in the first place.
If your family is running out of space, it could be great time to consider adding a basement bedroom to your home. The benefits from a basement bedroom abound—by adding a bonus bedroom you can accommodate a growing family without having to move to a new house. Also, a basement bedroom can serve as a splendid retreat for your overnight guests to enjoy!
Many people think the basement is off limits when they’re thinking about expanding their living space, but RemodelWerks wants you to know that concerns about darkness and dampness can be alleviated with the expert know-how of an experienced and respected design/build team that stands behind its work with a generous guarantee on its remodeling work.
“It’s a major thing I do and talk about before a project starts but most contractors don’t care enough to discuss,” Joe Kupstas, president and general contractor for RemodelWerks, Central Massachusetts’ premier design/build firm, says.
The “it” to which Joe is referring is the meeting he has with his remodeling clients before any work is performed to discuss several—often overlooked—issues that can have a major impact on the client’s remodeling experience.