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Beginner’s Guide to Home Remodeling

Everything you need to get started with confidence

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Make a Plan

Class scelerisque quisque metus?Set a timelineDetermine your priorities and budgetLearn More

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Get started

Find your teamDefine project plansSign contracts and organize permitsLearn More

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Get It Done

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Who Should I Hire?

Learn about home renovation professionals and their unique skills to pick your perfect team.

Architects

Who they areProfessionals who design buildings and oversee their construction.Why you should hireArchitects demystify complex projects, making it easy to navigate structural changes and aesthetics.

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Interiors Designers

Who they areCreators of beautiful and functional spaces, uniquely designed for you.Why you should hireInterior designers maximize both style and function — and those who invest in interior design are more satisfied with the results.

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Design-Build Firms

Who they areProviders of design and construction services under the same roof.Why you should hireDesign-build firms conveniently manage everything from within, making it easier to stay on schedule and budget.

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General Contractors

Who they areProfessionals who oversee and manage complex construction projects.Why you should hireGeneral contractors are masters of managing teams of skilled tradesmen (e.g. plumbers, carpenters, electricians).

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Completed Projects

Beach Cottage Transformation – Foody Creates Dream Kitchen

Location: Capitola, CAMetro: San Francisco Bay AreaStyle: TransitionalRoom Size: 179 sqft.Project Cost: $75,001 – $100,000Lead Pro: Urbana Design StudioThis design move increased the size of the kitchen by 77 square feet and also freed up room for a hefty eat-in island that gives extra prep and storage space.

 

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