Successful Remodeling Project

What Needs to Happen Behind the Scenes For A Successful Remodeling Project?

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You’ve been working with your preferred remodeling partner to design your project. You may be wondering what should be happening behind the scenes to make your remodeling project a success. I talk with my clients about the three “S’s” in success: Selections Schedule Scope of work Selections During the Designer Retainer stage or planning stages, you probably spent countless hours figuring out what was just the right cabinet color to use, the perfect bathroom faucet or best looking light fixture…

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3 Myths to Competitive Bids

Three Myths of Competitive Bids for Remodeling Projects

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Zig Ziglar, the motivational speaker once said, “Repetition is the mother of learning.” This is true in many settings, but it’s not likely that many of us are not going to remodel our kitchen multiple times or renovate our master bath annually. Maybe once or twice in our lifetime we might undertake a large renovation project, so it is in everyone’s best interest to “get it right” the first time. But where to start so you can get it right…

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4 Phases of Remodeling Project

Four Phases of a Remodeling Project – The Corinthian Way

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There are many ways to get from point A to point B and at Corinthian we believe that having a clear roadmap to guide you is a benefit. A remodeling project is no different. In this blog, I’m going to map out the four phases of the remodeling process that we use to give our homeowners the remodeling project of their dreams. Phase 1: Planning Phase You’ve decided you’d like to remodel. Maybe it’s your master suite or your kitchen…

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Construction Contract Bacon

How A Remodeling Construction Contract Can Save Your Bacon

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Although it may be obvious to have a construction contract when undertaking a remodeling project, I find that many people don’t know exactly what should be in it. This can lead to unnecessary challenges during their remodeling project. Read on to learn how we handle construction contracts and why we think our way saves everyone’s bacon. For the State of Indiana, it is required to have the following content included in your construction contract: The name of the homeowner and address…

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