You Asked, We Answered
We've compiled a list of our most commonly-asked questions from previous clients and prospects in order for you to be armed with the most critical information related to your next renovation or new construction project.
What does your process look like?
Phase 1: FREE Consultation
This can be in-home or virtual, whatever is most convenient for you. We'll chat about your goals, budget, and leverage our Matterport technology to produce a 3D measurement and rendering of your space (if applicable).
Phase 2: Preliminary Scope of Work
Here's where we'll use our scan and walk-through combined with your goals to create a detailed proposal and scope of work for the renovation or build. You will also be given a design survey so we can understand your taste and preferred style, which will be used in the design phase.
Phase 3: Design Plan and Revised Scope
Our team will present a proposed layout and selection (may include rendering and storyboard depending on project scope). This is where we will fine tune the budget and scope of work
Phase 4: Inspection and Permits
If onsite inspections or permits are required then we will work with licensed engineers and permitting to finalize plans.
Phase 5: Build
This is the fun part where we make your dream become a reality!
Are you licensed?
Yes. We are a licensed general contractor by the North Carolina Licensing Board for General Contractors for residential construction.
Who pulls required permits for the job, you or me?
As the licensed general contractor, if permits are required then we will be responsible for pulling permits and working directly with the county code enforcement and permitting office.
What factors determine if permits are required on the job?
The answer to this depends on the county. For Mecklenburg (where most of our work is done), "a building permit is required for any construction, installation, repair, replacement or alteration costing more than $15,000. A permit is also required, no matter what the cost, if the work involves the addition, repair or replacement of load bearing members or structures, the addition of plumbing, heating, air conditioning, electrical wiring, devices,
appliances or equipment."
Click here to read the full requirements outlined by Mecklenburg County Code Enforcement.