LowCountry Homes Magazine Creates Checklist to Find the Right Remodeler

September 16, 2019 - /PressAdvantage/ -

LowCountry Home Magazine, a Home Building and Online Design Magazine, releases a checklist on their website to help readers find the right remodeler.

LowCountry Home is a premier building and construction magazine that reaches out to customers looking for home building and home improvement ideas in Beaufort County, S.C. They feature a lot of local businesses from professional services, roofing, landscaping, plumbing, interior design, and so much more.

In one of their feature articles, they have shared a checklist to help homeowners who are looking for an excellent, dependable remodeler.

To check the company’s credibility, the homeowner may contact their local home builders’ association and check if the company is a member there. They may also inquire how long the builder has been in the business. It usually takes three to five years to establish a financially sound business. By then, they should have a permanent business location and a good reputation with local banks and suppliers. You can also get feedback from their previous customers.

It is equally important to make sure the remodeler has sufficient workers compensation and general liability insurance. If not, the homeowner may be liable for any construction-related accidents on their premises. The remodeler should provide the homeowner with a complete and clearly written contract. The contract will benefit both parties. For newly-built homes, the builder should give a copy of the home warranty and homeowner manual as well.

Homeowners must look for a remodeler that they can easily communicate with. They will be in close contact with each other throughout the construction process and afterward as the homeowners live in their new home.

Another good tip is to ask if the homeowners can see the remodeler’s work, both completed and in progress. This way they can check for quality of workmanship and materials.

Customers should look out for unusually low-priced bids. If the remodeler is unable to pay for the materials and labor as the project proceeds, this may indicate a potential problem.

LowCountry Home a Leading Media Company in Bluffton SC added a couple of recommended local remodelers for their readers:

Craftsmen Homes of the Lowcountry pride themselves in an unequaled one-on-one approach throughout the construction process. Their attention to every detail in the building process enables them to fully customize the project to meet their customers’ needs in design, quality, and cost.

Esposito Construction, Inc. has received numerous awards from Lighthouse Awards namely best exterior, best kitchen, best bath, best innovation of space, and a total of 9 best overall.

H2 Builders is a full service, family-owned, custom builder that has built 350+ award winning homes in the lowcountry for 20+ years. They work on uniting exceptional ideas and designs with luxury and quality.

Hilton Head Remodeling, LLC specializes in kitchens and bathrooms. They have secured cabinet contracts with vendors that cuts the middleman to make their projects more affordable.

Keystone Craftsman, Inc. combines the knowledge of how things were built back then to the new products or trends today for an easier remodeling experience. They have also won multiple awards through the years.

TDC Builders offers a full-service design package. Their owner personally involves himself on projects so homeowners can be reassured that the results will exceed their expectations.

Learn more about the companies mentioned by visiting the Best Real Estate Agency -LowCountry Home Magazine www.lowcountryhome.com/. They also have features on remodeling, interior design, etc.


For more information about Lowcountry Home Magazine , contact the company here:

Lowcountry Home Magazine
Danny Monroe
(843) 785-7272
2 C Anolyn Ct, Bluffton, SC 29910

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