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5 Steps to Hiring the Perfect Monmouth County Remodeling Contractor

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Design Build Planners - first step for a professional remodeling experienceHiring a remodeling contractor in Monmouth County NJ doesn’t have to be a huge headache, provided you know what you’re doing. Most people enter into the negotiations without understanding the proper techniques for an effective selection process, and as a result, wind up with a contractor who isn’t suitable for the job at hand.  We realize that remodeling your home is something you will probably only do once in your lifetime, so we’ve compiled these five tips to help you make the best possible decision for you, your family, and your home. Continue reading

Fire Damaged Home To Be Rebuilt As New Home in Monmouth County

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Sadly, a West Keansburg home was destroyed by fire. Fortunately the family of three, Mother and two grown children, survived. Fire fighters from six towns responded as well as the Hazet First Aid and Rescue Squad and the Hazlet Police. A special "thank you" goes out to all the first responders. The cause of the fire was determined to be a second floor lamp. This family was not new to tragedy having lost their father/husband a little more than a year previous. Continue reading

6 Things a Contractor and Homeowner Should Discuss BEFORE a Remodeling Project, But Rarely Do

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Major home remodeling is in full swing.  Home values are on the rise, interest rates remain low, and lending institutions have several options to make your dream project a reality.  When choosing a remodeler to build your dream, you will discuss many aspects about the project and the company.  However, the items that are seldom discussed can be the most important, affecting not only your remodeling experience, but the outcome of the project.  Here is a small list that should be openly discussed. Continue reading