The Design Build Pros are remodeling consumer advocates. DBP wants to help homeowners achieve a professional and pleasant remodeling experience. There are way too many common remodeling complaints from homeowners.
While there are several paid services that Design Build Pros provides for both remodelers and homeowners, here are three free offers for homeowners planning a remodeling project: Continue reading →
TOMS RIVER July 10, 2014 — Design Build Pros has been selected for the 2014 Best of Toms River Award in the Home Remodeling category by the Toms River Award Program.
Each year, the Toms River Award Program identifies companies that they believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category.These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community. These exceptional companies help make the Toms River area a great place to live, work and play. Continue reading →
Almost without exception, each homeowner that Design Build Pros meets with has either had a bad, past remodeling experience or knows someone personally that has. The seven most common remodeling project complaints that DBP hears begin with:
Design Build Pros typically creates three distinct design options for homeowners’ planned remodeling project. They generally show a wide range of potential budget investments. DBP titles the three design build remodeling plans as Modest, Robust, and the WOW package. Deciding what the individual plans will depict is a highly customized and interactive process. Family needs and desires are assessed through Design Build Pros project profile checklists, Houzz ideabooks, and a face to face consultation with all those involved.
Regarding kitchen remodeling, almost without fail, people want an island. Ideally an island set up to accommodate seating and eating. When asked what size, most answer, “As large as you can make it.” When designing a kitchen island for size and placement, Design Build Pros always considers dining tables in the kitchen, adjoining rooms, and the dining room for both family meals and entertaining. Continue reading →
1970 called and wants their kitchen back! This ranch style home in Somerset County, New Jersey needs a new kitchen. Without a room addition, the plan is to achieve a bigger, more open kitchen. The depth of the kitchen limits the dine-at island and table options. Two of the plans include stealing some space from the adjacent den and redesigning the laundry room to become a mud room also with access to the back patio. One plan, the modest version, is a design within the same kitchen footprint. Continue reading →