Greene Construction is committed to partnering with our clients to insure your complete satisfaction and thus work under a design build process. We want you to love the results for years to come and that includes knowledge and insight into why you reduced the square footage on the the basement room or reused your existing appliances when remodeling your kitchen. This insight comes from following a design build process where you make critical decisions up front to save costs during the construction part of the project.
- Planning your remodeling project– involves identifying existing problems you want to address, new features you want to add, any structural changes these require, the quality of materials you want to use and time constraints for completing the project. Once you’ve got the list, then it’s time to prioritize and working together, we’ll determine how many goals on the list fit within your budget.
|To save our clients, time and money, we use a design build process that involves design and construction team members from the very beginning. This helps balance customer requirements and budget, at every step of the project so we can make the best decisions to achieve customer goals.|
- Design and engineering for your remodel – depends on the number of structural changes needed. For remodeling projects that don’t involve moving walls, we might work with rough drawings. For additions and structural changes, we typically recommend adding an architect or home designer to the team to help flush out the details.
- Signing the contract – insures everyone knows their roles and responsibilities when the project begins. The contract document decisions made as to tasks, designs, fixtures and materials along with a timeline for the overall project and day-to-day scheduling.
- Building your dream– involves many things:
- Structural space and systems – include rough framing and changes to electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling systems. Additions also require excavation, a foundation and the exterior of the home from the roof to siding, insulation, doors and windows.
- Finishes – or what you see is where you have the most fun picking cabinet styles and materials, countertops and more. The number of decisions you’ll need to make varies based on the room(s) and project size. Kitchens and bathrooms require sorting through lots of choices while most other rooms involve lighting, flooring, custom carpentry and paint or wallpaper colors and finishes.