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Choosing a Design Build Project Partner

may is national home remodeling monthSpring has sprung and, along with it, a new season of home renovation inspiration!

This is the time of year when many people start thinking seriously about remodeling a bathroom or kitchen or even tackling a bigger project such as a new home addition.

Before you dive headlong into your project, take the time to do some planning and get the professional support you need to make sure the job is done right… the first time.

The first important consideration has to do with your plan.  What are your goals and priorities, budget and timelines?

The answers to these important questions are easily determined when you work with the right group of professionals… people who have been through the process enough times successfully avoid getting hung up in the inevitable snags along the way.

That’s why it makes sense to work with a Design/Build firm like Mosaik Design and Remodeling.   Working with one company who can handle the details from planning to completion means you’ll avoid the pitfalls of hiring individual contractors.  It also means you’ll receive ongoing communication about every aspect of your project… from the same person who is familiar with the entire job.  In short, working with a Design/Build firm takes out the guesswork for you, and assures a consistent level of quality you are unlikely to get when you hire individual, independent contractors.

In the end, it means you’ll be happier with the process as well as the result.  And that’s worth a lot.

When you’re ready to get started, we would love to talk with you.  As a  Design/Build firm, we’ll see your project through from start to finish, communicating with you every step of the way, so you don’t have to worry about a thing.

In The Know: How To Choose Your Remodeler



Choosing a remodeler to make your current home your dream home can be a big chore. This isn’t a tiny job that you are hiring someone to complete. You want to research your options, and make sure that the company you hire is up to the challenge. Simply choosing the lowest bid may cost you more money in the long run.

You will want to look for a few key pieces of information, aside from price, while choosing your someone to run your remodel:

  • How long has their company been established in the area?
  • What do their references have to say about the quality of work performed and of the service and communication they received?
  • Does the remodeler have a reputation for satisfying their client’s expectations and doing so on schedule?
  • Are they licensed, bonded, and insured in accordance with the local laws, and
  • Does their prior work speak to the ability that you are looking for with your remodel?

Making sure that these 5 questions are answered properly will make your home remodel less stressful, and the finished product more enjoyable!