Our Remodeling Process

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The first thing you should know is that your main point of contact on any project will always be me, Brad Winch, owner of Winch Construction.  I am a “hands on” owner who likes to be on site working on your project so I know what is going on at all times.

Our remodeling process usually begins with an on-site meeting to discuss your overall vision, project ideas and how we can best work together to make your vision a reality. We can provide as much or as little assistance up front as you like. Some of our customers already have a firm grasp of the overall design they are looking for and what materials they want to use. Others are looking for more input and ideas which we are more than happy to provide. Included in our estimate is a comprehensive list of materials providers that can help you pick out everything you need or we can refer you to an Interior Designer if you want additional professional assistance.  Once we have a solid understanding of what you are looking for, we will provide you with a detailed estimate. The estimate will include labor and materials costs for each aspect of your project, a project timeline and payment schedule.

We take a collaborative approach to remodeling. Your input is critical to the overall success of your project…not just in the beginning but throughout the entire process. Many of our customers live out of town or in another state so we make sure to ask a lot of questions and provide consistent feedback and photo/video updates from the initial planning stage through the final walkthrough.

Lastly, I find that it is the norm and not the exception to make changes as we progress through a project. The vast majority of these changes are customer driven i.e “while you are there can you also re-tile the guest bath”,  “I would like to upgrade to composite decking” etc. ALL changes will be approved by you, the customer, before proceeding. You will be provided with a change order that will outline any changes to the cost or timeframe of your project. While the word “surprise” usually elicits feelings of joy and excitement, we realize that it is not always the case when it comes to a remodeling project!