Aspire Renovations is a company striving to build , renovate and give knowledge to home owners along the way to better help them understand how the renovation process works, and to inform them for future updating.
Build Clear Expectations.
As a homeowner, before any work begins, you need to create a two-way understanding with your contractor. You are entitled to and should expect a detailed, written contract. It should outline everything that will be completed for the work as well as the payment process that you agreed on. It should include time lines and dates of work completion. Courtesy and fairness to the home owner and the contractor need a clear understanding for the complete plan expectations and costs and will avoid future troublesome and frustrating situations. Remember, you may what to make changes during construction, just remember, this will add to your renovation costs.
All estimates are free and flexible according to materials and scheduling.
A few Ideas for your home
Don't Compare Your Home to HGTV
The home shows on TV leave us all with the impressions that renovations can be completed quickly and cheaply. If you find you are the type that likes to compare your house with the design magazines and home Reno shows, then stop. Rather, consider why you want the renovation, what problems will it fix and what your vision might be. Answer theses necessary questions and you will have a much better idea of what your needs are and what budget you can consider and afford.
Always Consider Contingency Funds
Once the contract is signed off, changes can impact the final price. Unforeseen problems may arise or, you might want to make some changes as the work proceeds. There are always extra costs. That’s because home renovation planning always takes a little bit of guess work. How do you know if you have lead pipes, asbestos or your plumbing is leaking in the wall, until you uncover the situations? To avoid this funding mistake include in your renovation budget unexpected costs by having a contingency fund. Most contractors suggest adding 10% but larger projects may need a 20% contingency fund. Talk to your contractor for a better understanding of what this extra money could potentially cover.
Patience Is A Major Factor
The final tip is,be patient and think it through. You may find that you need more funds than you think for your plans. Putting your Reno project on hold sometimes gives you time to save more money. It means not going into debt for an expenditure that may or may not give you a return for your money spent and avoid costly mistakes that you have not considered. A hasty, under budgeted renovation could actually devalue your home.
I’ll only work with the best materials available. I provide a 2 year guarantee on all labor. I never compromise quality for time. I give my clients realistic schedules too accommodate their lives as best as possible. I strive for honest customer service.
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MY NAME IS SHAWN
I'm a highly motivated and organized individual who enjoys the carpentry industry. I started in 1997 as a helper when my aunt & uncle built an addition on their home. I have been doing various projects ever since. Over the past number of years I have worked for various company's. I decided it was time to go out on my own . I enjoy learning new techniques, and reading about and using new sustainable products. I strive to provide the client with the best possible experience.