top of page


Let us help you turn your dreams into a reality.  Call for a free estimate.

Licensed and insured contractor with over 20 years of experience.  

Remodeled Kitchen by Leo.jpg

We will walk you through each step in the Home Remodeling process.  

Typical Steps we will go through:

 Design and Planning 


  • Draw out plans using 3D Software 

  • Determine budget

  • Determine style 

  • Permitting Process



  1. Demolition – Before the new and improved can be installed, the old needs to be done away with. Demolition can mean different things to different homeowners, but could include everything from pulling up carpet to tearing down walls.  Some demolition projects can be done in a day or two while others may take much longer. You will want to have a plan in place for staying somewhere else during this process or moving to somewhere else in the house.

  2. Rebuilding – If walls are being repositioned or added this is the step where wood framing is reassembled along with windows and doors being installed within the framework. For room add-ons, the roof will be added and enclosed along with the gutters and exterior siding.

  3. Mechanicals – Once the skeleton of the new rooms has been completed, the utilities can be repositioned to fit the space. Depending on the scope of your project this might be a good time to rewire the entire house especially if you live in an older model. For those who are installing new appliances or find they will be utilizing numerous electronic devices, the electrical panel may need updating as well. Gas and water utilities need to be considered especially if you are remodeling a bathroom and/or a kitchen. Water lines are not as easy to move so your remodeling project may have to be carefully planned around existing pipes.  For a remodel that is going to add gas appliances, running new pipes is a must. During this third step, the duct work for central heating and air conditioning units will also be moved or extended to accommodate your new space.

  4. Walls – After all of the plumbing and electrical work is done, it is time to start enclosing the walls. Insulation will be inserted or blown in first. Dry wall will be hung next along with taping, mudding, and sanding.  Then the walls are ready for primer and  paint.

  5. Flooring – While some contractors choose to install the flooring after the walls have been painted and finished in order to avoid damage to the floors, others could recommend flooring first.  Any needed subflooring will likely have been installed during the rebuilding step but now is the time for your personal choice in flooring to bring the room together.

  6. Cabinets – Any new cabinets for the kitchen or bathroom will be installed during this step. Everything from upper storage cabinets to vanities along with countertops that have been pre-cut with spaces to accommodate sinks and appliances. 

  7. Appliances – Your new space is now ready to become functional. Any new appliances you fit into your plan and budget will be installed. Everything from the refrigerator to the stove, sinks and tubs with their stylish faucets and fixtures, as well as the washer and dryer. Even if you chose to keep your previous appliances they will be moved to their new locations.

  8. Final touches – Finishing touches will be applied. Touch-ups to paint will be completed.  Customized backsplash and light fixtures will be installed along with door and window trim, hooks, shelving and hardware. 

Licensed and Insured General Contractor.  


Call now for a free estimate!

bottom of page