The Fundamental Differences Between Design Build and Design Bid Build
As a homeowner, you’ll have many choices to make regarding your home remodeling project and your construction partner. Before you begin, it’s important to understand the differences between the two most common construction options: Design Build vs. Design Bid Build.
Understanding how design build vs. design-bid-build contracts work may help you better decide the type...
1. Ignoring Current Square Footage in Quest for a New Addition
In today’s world, more of anything is often perceived as better. Unless of course you’re talking about debt, gray hair, and the almost unavoidable pounds we tend to pack on between Thanksgiving and the Super Bowl. But when it comes to adding space to your home, you can often get more without having to build a new addition. A good design + build firm can help you find ways to...
At MainStreet Design Build, we want you to love the home that you’re in and achieve your remodeling dreams. So we’ve compiled a list of expert tips to ease your concerns by making you aware of the most common remodeling mistakes—and how to avoid them.
1. Not Knowing Your DIY Limits
This one’s a common mistake for both rookies and veteran remodelers. Sure, doing it yourself can be a good way to save money AND give you bragging rights...
Find cabinetry design inspiration for your next remodeling project in this photo gallery of rooms featuring Omega cabinets. Each suite boasts a different attitude. Each has its own customized retreat. Enjoy! And, let us know if you have any questions or would like to see this collection up close.
1) PASSAGE: This fine cabinetry is clean and casual with beautiful foot and balance options. Ease into this uncluttered, transitional look that...
How long have you been thinking about a luxurious laundry room with tons of space to fold and hang laundry? How often have you dreamed of a doorway that is free and clear of clutter—replaced by a mudroom that conveniently stores your kids’ jackets, shoes, and backpacks? And, what about that large, 7’x9’ functional island in the middle of your kitchen that gathers friends and family for years to come?
Just getting started (photo taken in...