Trends in Remodeling: Aging in Place

September 26th, 2011

So you think you might be interested in remodeling……….What are the issues you might want to consider? We all want to get the most value for our dollar and one way to achieve that is to think long-term. Home values are based on demand and today’s homeowners should be aware that increasing the potential number of future interested buyers ought to be a factor in their design plan. At the same time, people are spending more time at home and wanting to live in their homes longer as they age. Read the rest of this entry »

Five Ways We Provide a Great Remodeling Experience

September 15th, 2011

At One-Stop, we believe that to be truly successful, we must not only be technically proficient in the physical process of remodeling, but we must also leave our clients feeling so satisfied with our performance that they will be motivated to recommend us to their friends, family and colleagues. In other words, client satisfaction isn’t just a goal, it’s our top priority.

Here are some of the ways we help provide peace of mind to our clients: Read the rest of this entry »

Qualities to Look For in a Remodeling Contractor

September 9th, 2011

How do you know who you can trust with your remodeling project? If, like most people, you don’t take on such a project very often, it’s easy to be intimidated by the contractor selection process. Here are a few common sense questions to think about before engaging any remodeling contractor: Read the rest of this entry »

Don’t Risk a Remodeling Nightmare

August 24th, 2011

The Internet is full of homeowners’ stories of remodeling nightmares due to unscrupulous contractors and poor project management. Consider just a few tales of families who entrusted their homes to the wrong people: Read the rest of this entry »

When Your Home’s New Addition Is For Your Family’s New Addition, Trust Our Process

August 16th, 2011

Harry and Helen Homeowner are walking on air! Their daughter is expecting a new set of twins who will soon fill their house with joy. In fact, the house may be a little too full – their daughter’s quaint, older home has no room for a nursery. Harry and Helen want to help by engaging a builder to construct additional indoor space, but they don’t know where to start, and time is of the essence! Read the rest of this entry »