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The Lifestyles team of certified remodeling professionals makes every effort to keep the stress to a minimum and the dream fulfillment to a maximum. To accomplish this, each remodeling project is assigned a project manager who is responsible for managing all activities on the job site from start to finish. Several days before a project begins, a pre-construction meeting is held with the client. This allows the project manager to review the remodeling schedule and the daily activities that will take place. We focus on maintaining open communication throughout the project with everyone involved. We'll often post a "job board" on site that is used as a large format note pad to help with communication between the client, project manager, and subcontractors. Clients are also given the mobile phone number for the project manager.

We encourage our clients to ask questions, no matter how trivial they may seem! Our clients are kept aware of every aspect of their remodeling project or new home build through job site message boards, site meetings, and direct discussion with the project manager.

Safety and cleanliness are our first priorities so all projects are kept clean and organized. Job sites are swept and vacuumed regularly. We use plastic dust barriers to isolate the remodeling area, minimizing dust circulating throughout the client's home. Cloth tarps and protective plastic film will be applied to flooring and carpet for protection. We change our clients' furnace filters on a regular basis during the dirtiest phases of remodeling or construction to further reduce the amount of dust spreading throughout the home.

 
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    • We monitor progress of poject daily
    • Our project managers are on site nearly every day to monitor progress. All of our project managers are certified through the National Association of the Remodeling Industry (NARI) as either Certified Lead Carpenters or Certified Remodelers. They are familiar with all trades in the remodeling industry but specialize in rough and finish carpentry. The Lifestyles production team prides itself with exemplary craftsmanship and uncanny attention to detail. All of Lifestyles' subcontractors are hand-picked for their professionalism, integrity, and outstanding performance. Our subcontractors are an extension of our production team and compliment our award winning quality and customer service.

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    • our attention to detail
    • Because of our attention to detail during the Design and Plan phases and consistent communication throughout the job, our projects are produced with little to no surprises. Remodeling projects in particular, no matter how complex, will affect the client's daily patterns. Homeowners who have remodeled before will describe the process as an "emotional rollercoaster". Spirits are high during the Design and Plan phases and then start to dip when the mechanics start their rough-in. The low point usually hits when the new drywall is being sanded as this can be the messiest portion of the project. Once the finish carpentry, fixtures, and paint are in, spirits begin to rise. As the final touches of the remodel or new home come together, the excitement returns as the dream becomes reality. When the project is complete, our clients know that the finest craftsmanship and materials have been used to create a remodeled or new home that is beyond all expectation.

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    • Can changes to the project be made once remodeling begins?
    • Yes. The project manager will document the change request as a "Change Order". Depending on the size and scope of the change, the plans will be modified, if necessary, and materials and labor will be priced. The Change Order will be presented to the client for approval before performing the changes. If approved, the schedule will be updated, subcontractors notified, and work on the change will proceed.

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