Archive for February, 2013

Our Process for a Washington DC Bathroom Remodeling Project

Posted on: February 27th, 2013 by leroy No Comments

No two bathrooms are exactly alike.  Particularly when working in older homes common in the Washington, DC area there are many unique spaces.  Often areas that were not initially intended to be bathrooms have been converted to bathrooms, creating interesting Read more

Remodeling Change Orders Part 2

Posted on: February 12th, 2013 by leroy No Comments

Change Orders: The C-Word, Part 2   Because many homeowners have become hip to the change-order hustle that many contractors run (see Change Orders: The C-Word, Part 1), there is often no better way to alienate a client than to Read more

Change Orders: The C-Word, Part 1

Posted on: February 2nd, 2013 by leroy No Comments

A Change Order as loosely defined by Wikipedia is: A component of the change management process whereby changes in the scope of work agreed to by the Owner, Contractor and Architect are implemented. When executed appropriately, a change order can Read more

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