Michael and Cindy discuss how homeowners hire architects or interior designers who looking out for themselves and not the client, you the homeowner. Watch so your project doesn’t get hijacked by the architect or designer you hire.
Michael and Peter talk about the risk associated with hiring day laborers. What are day laborers? They are the guys standing around at your favorite hardware store(Home Depot and Lowes) parking lot. Most people think, I am getting a great deal when they go this route. Consider these issue before you hire these guys.
What is licensed, bonded and insured? Congrats you hired a real company with a smart person in charge who knows how to run a business.
Peter and Michael discuss how to get an estimate from a Landscaping Contractor. Peter discusses how the square footage affects your estimate.
Peter Pazmany of Pazmany’s Brothers Landscaping
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About Pazmany Bros:
Our long lasting relationships and experiences developed over the last 3 decades have allowed our company to provide exceptional service at prices you will find very competitive, and above all- reasonable. We are with you every step of the way, whether it is a complete backyard renovation, the addition of a small planter bed, or weekly yard maintenance. At the end of the day, we’re not happy unless you are happy.
Watch Cindy and Michael discuss the different items which can influence the cost of a budget. Many Bay Area homeowners think remodel cost will cost less due to watching the numerous HGTV shows which are based in metros markets outside of the San Francisco Bay Area and Silicon Valley. Budgets are different for many reasons such as the construction finishes.
What are finishes? The finishes can be defined as every item which the general contractor, interior designer or architect needs to specify for your project. For example, your toilet paper roll holder, towel bar, door knob, paint color, wall texture, etc. The list goes on…
Design is everything. Hiring a good architect is critical to your remodel experience. Look for this red flag if you meet an architect who is not listening to you as the homeowner.