Should I or Shouldn’t I?
Many homeowners eventually come to that daunting dilemma: whether to buy their dream house or transform their current home into that dream. Once you make the commitment to build an addition, you’ve probably decided to go down the latter road. Sierra Remodeling will assist you with navigating that latter road and with your room addition project.
This decision might be something you’ve long considered, or it may have been thrust upon you by an expanding family. In either case, recognize that this will be a profound investment in time and money, but one that, if done properly, will enhance the value of your most important investment: your home. To ensure your room addition project is done properly, choose Sierra Remodeling who has the experience, skills and trades to ensure your hard earned money is well spent.
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Are Architects Needed for Additions?
An architect will certainly add to your upfront costs on the project, but consider that a professional engineer can take your ideas and build them into something even more amazing. Also, by adding more clarity to your vision before construction starts, cost estimates will hit closer to the mark. When the project is done in partnership with an architect and Sierra Remodeling, you’re also more likely to wind up with something that boosts your home’s value.
Will the Addition Add Value to Your Home?
Because they’re among the most expensive home projects, room additions sometimes return less on your investment than remodels. If you’re significantly adding to the square footage of your home or adding important types of rooms, such as bedrooms and bathrooms, your investment may pay off considerably.
Choose Sierra Remodeling for your entire room addition project!
As you can see there are many issues confronting you when adding a room, sunroom, bathroom, bedroom, etc. to your home. We have years and years of experience with designing, building and financing home room additions. Why go it alone or worse, hire an unlicensed contractor? Sierra Remodeling will hold your hand through the entire room addition process and, help you iron out the rough spots on your journey to increasing the functionality of your home.
[Commercial office remodeling]
Renovations to begin on SEAGO’s new office location.
After many months of efforts to prepare the necessary plans, specifications and bid documents, SEAGO has successfully procured a general contractor to renovate its new office location at 1403 West SR 92 in Bisbee, Arizona. The project was first bid in February of this year, but only one bid was received and the proposed cost was nearly twice the amount budgeted for the project. The project was re-advertised in June and bids were opened on July 12th.
The low bid was from Sierra Remodeling and Home Builders, from nearby Sierra Vista, Arizona. After evaluating the bids, seeking clarifications on several items, selecting bid alternates, and checking the apparent low bidder’s references and records from the Arizona Registrar of Contractors, SEAGO issued a Notice of Award to the contractor in the amount of $134,457.61 on July 26th. A Notice to Proceed will be issued after SEAGO receives the required 100% Performance Bond, 100% Labor and Materials Bond, and executed contract documents from the contractor.
“Sierra Remodeling and Home Builders has a perfect record with the Registrar of Contractors, and all of their references raved about their responsiveness to customer concerns, quality work and customer service” said Randy Heiss, SEAGO’s Executive Director. “It took a long time and a lot of work to reach this point, and we are truly excited at the prospect of working with such a reputable firm and look forward to successful project completion” Heiss said.
SEAGO purchased the existing building and approximately 2 acres near the intersection of SR 92 and Melody Lane in October 2010. The contractor’s performance period is 120 days, so it is anticipated that this project will be completed by December. A grand opening will be held in January 2013 after SEAGO has settled into its new home.