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How Did Design Build Planners Begin?

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Neil Parsons Design Build PlannersBeing in the remodeling industry in several different capacities over many years, I have witnessed many mistakes that contractors made and the poor decisions that homeowners made. With the intent to make remodeling projects more professional and pleasant for all those involved, we created Design Build Planners. Our unique, award-winning project design and development process offers homeowners a smarter approach to home remodeling. We prepare our clients with design options, accurate budgets, detailed work scope, scheduling, and product selections. From there, we discuss the next step, which is how to get the project built. A homeowner can choose to build themselves (DIY), GC or manage the project themselves, hire their own contractor, or work with our recommended remodeler from the DBP Preferred Network. Continue reading

Design Build Planners Awarded Best of Houzz 2016 for Design and Customer Service

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Design Build Planners Awarded Best of Houzz 2016 for Design and Customer Service Over 35 Million Monthly Unique Users Nominated Best Home Building, Remodeling and Design Professionals in North America and Around the World. DBP best of houzz 2016 design     DBP best of houzz 2016 customer service January 12, 2016Design Build Planners of Red Bank, NJ has won “Best Of Design and Customer Service” on Houzz®, the leading platform for home remodeling and design. This unparalleled project design firm that offers a "smarter approach to home remodeling" was chosen by the more than 35 million monthly unique users that comprise the Houzz community from among more than one million active home building, remodeling and design industry professionals. Continue reading

The Story of Slugger

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SluggerI’m certain that I have told most of you this story before. However, I feel the need to rewrite the story of how we got Slugger, not for your benefit, but for mine. It was a Friday morning in December of 1999. As I was getting ready to leave for work, my son Andrew, who had just turned 7, came to talk to me with a newspaper in his hand. The new, but avid, reader circled an ad in the classified section. Continue reading