Renovating a New Home Before Moving in

I found a house that I liked in many ways, but it wasn’t quite perfect. I decided to go ahead and buy the home, but I wanted to find a Chicago home remodeling company thatwould be able to complete the work for me before I moved into the house.

Since my current home was more than an hour away from the new house, I had to find a contractor that would be able to get the work done without me being around. I needed someone that I could trust in the house and that would stay focused on getting the work done as quickly as possible.

After meeting with several contractors and discussing the many options for the new house, I finally selected the contractor that I wanted to do the job for me. I liked his ideas and I liked the references that I got from previous clients.

Before I signed any contract, I spent a little time looking into reviews that I found online and to confirm that the contractor’s licensing and insurance policies were up to date. This extra time is always well spent because so many people don’t do it. When the wrong contractor is hired, it can cost a homeowner tons of extra money or end up with work that is low-quality.

The projected time-frame for completing the work was supposed to be about three months. I was fine with the work taking so long because there was a lot of work that was going to be done. I was pleasantly surprised by how quickly the team got the work done. My house was ready for me to move into three weeks before the projected completion date and I am very pleased with the results. If I had to do it all over again, I would do it just the same.

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