With very little research to ice the cake, just the least little bit of listening to the news and the water-cooler chatting will give you a pretty thorough understanding of the fact that the housing market is nothing to brag about, right now. More than ever, although people seem to be much more likely to have to move because of work-related transfers, they seem to be settling into their current homes unless they absolutely have to move. With the expenses of moving eating up the budget, now may be a good time to dive into that kitchen remodel. You’ve been talking about it since the pre-purchase walk-through, when you first moved into the area. Maybe it is now time to start realizing those plans.
After this many years of bumping into one another during supper preparation and arguing over which couch was to be sacrificed to excess-inventory storage after the week’s grocery shopping, the time has come. Don’t know where to start? Don’t let that stop you or even slow you down—contact D.R. Hartman Construction, Inc. for a free, no-obligation quote on your Gaithersburg kitchen renovation project. They’re pros at this kind of thing, with over thirty years of experience in the construction field. In fact, calling them now, at the very beginning of your project is probably the best possible plan. They like to be involved with the entire project—the Design Build solution—to get a sense of the big picture the way you see it. With the experience they have and their sources for all the materials you might possibly need, the benefits of adding them to your plan far outweigh the cost of hiring this general contractor from Bethesda, MD.
Besides their professional qualifications, D.R. Hartman Construction, Inc. (website) is committed to stellar customer service. Their goal is for their customers to be pleased, and they promise promptness and diligence, responsiveness to the clients, safety and tidiness on the job, and good ol’ fashioned courtesy. They have a number of happy customers, and several testimonials are posted on their website, along with an impressive gallery of their work. This family-owned and family-operated business is bound and determined to do things the right way, from the construction aspect to the customers.
Once you have your general contractor lined up, they can help you think through the design of the new kitchen. In your preparations for meeting with them, do your best to remember what it is that you particularly like about the current kitchen, in addition to all those little things that you dislike. While you do want to avoid the negatives, some of those positive features may be able to be worked into the new kitchen, so you end up with the best of both worlds—the old and the new. The better your general contractor understands your likes and dislikes, and the more they know about you and your family, the better they will be able to help you build the kitchen of your dreams.