Plan Your Project
Luthman Construction is always pleased to help its customers plan their building and remodeling projects. However, it makes things go more smoothly for everyone when our customers have some ideas in mind, know their budget, and understand what needs to be done to prepare their home for construction.
Gather your ideas:
- Collect pictures from magazines, take notes of eye-catching design and construction elements that you see, and clip articles about home projects that you find interesting and helpful. Create a rough sketch of your room or floor plan and take estimated measurements.
- Determine your budget, but understand that “unknowns” can arise, especially in remodeling. Plan for a small contingency budget.
- Give us a call to discuss your project.
- We’ll schedule a day/time to come to your home, see your space to be remodeled and listen to your ideas. We’ll talk about your budget, take measurements, give you ideas and recommendations, and discuss the time frame for completing your project.
- Based on our discussion, we’ll develop a plan and an estimate to meet your budget – and exceed your expectations!
Our Six Easy Steps to Remodeling Satisfaction:
We approach every project with an organized and sensible plan to achieve the end result that you desire. Here’s what you can expect from Luthman Construction:
- Initial conversation over the phone with client to schedule first meeting
- Luthman Construction meets in client’s home. Client communicates vision for project and budget goals
- Luthman Construction develops detailed estimate based on project and budget goals
- Client and Luthman Construction discuss proposal and schedule for job completion. Client signs contract
- Luthman Construction provides construction expertise and construction management. Because we also work as a general contractor for any specialty services that may be needed, our clients don’t need to worry about scheduling various trades. We do it all!
- Luthman Construction completes the project to client’s satisfaction.
For additional information to help you plan your next remodeling project, visit the Consumer Workbook located on the National Kitchen and Bath Association’s website at www.nkba.org.