How to Save Money on Your Next Home Remodeling Project

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Christopher Wells Construction offers a unique home repair evaluation to save homeowners time and money on their next home remodeling project. A detailed estimate is the first step to getting a high-quality home remodel at an affordable price, whether its a new kitchen, bath or whole-house renovation.

I am giving homeowners a whole lot more information in my free bid than 90% of my competitors.

Christopher Wells Construction now offers a unique home repair evaluation to save homeowners time, energy and money. If now is the right time to remodel your home, take this first step to getting a high-quality home remodel—a renovated kitchen, bath or whole-house renovation—at an affordable price.

“A concise and detailed estimate is essential to getting a construction job done on time and save homeowners a great deal,” said Christopher Wells, owner of Christopher Wells Construction, a San Francisco bay area home remodeling company. “The bottom line is to give a homeowner a useful document, a detailed and accurate estimate of what they need, plain and simple, to save money on home repairs.”

Wells’s bids are often 2-8 pages with a detailed breakdown from a spreadsheet, allowing customers to understand the full range of suggested repairs. This information can later be used to make a truly informed decision—one that can save a homeowner time and money by doing an “apples to apples” comparison with another contractor’s bid or exploring the cost of particular items.

Wells believes that documenting specific details is essential to creating a beautifully remodeled home, but his initial consultation with a client goes even further. Wells’s clear planning and direct communication from the start is also essential for homeowners to save costs and for them to experience that ‘wow factor’ when the project is done.

“The problem is that most bids are so simple as to be meaningless, with a single sheet filled in with handwritten scribbles with something like ‘build new deck to replace old one’”, Wells explained. “I am giving them a whole lot more information in my free bid than 90% of my competitors. We give you a detailed proposal that takes into consideration your home improvement budget, the look and feel you want, and everything else you need.”

As a residential remodeler in the San Francisco bay area Wells renovates homes from top to bottom. If structural work is required Wells works with an architect and other skilled professionals—masons, carpenters, structural engineers and more. Wells’s team is capable of handling just about any remodeling project from kitchens and bath projects to whole-house renovations to everything in between.

Wells pointed out that people don’t want hassles when they hire a general contractor for a kitchen or bathroom renovation or new room addition—they just want superb results, or what Wells calls “complete client satisfaction.” Wells believes that a project that runs smoothly and comes in on-time and on-budget has helped his company achieve this goal. Indeed, 100% client satisfaction rating may be hard to come by, but after three decades in business, “So far, so good,” Wells added.

Christopher Wells has been a home remodeling contractor since 1984 and has an A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and 100% of clients surveyed by Diamond Certified would choose to work with Chris again. Indeed, so far, so good. The craftsmanship of Christopher Wells Construction’s work shows up in the details: daily planning, direct communication, prompt scheduling and on-time delivery.

“With a redesigned kitchen or bath people often want to retain the traditional elements,” Wells added, especially the Victorian-era homes he has worked on. “So I find a detailed estimate is always the starting point for making sure the homeowner is happy with the results.”

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