In: Construction

One of the greatest roadblocks in a homeowner and builder’s relationship is the homeowner’s ability to perceive what the final product of a project will look like. Here’s what separates a good remodeler from a great remodeler.

1. A remodeler’s ability to listen. When it comes to completing a homeowner’s project, a builder listens to the client to interpret their vision. Listening is a key factor when it comes to creating a final product that appeases the homeowner.
2. Proper project execution. A great remodeler builds in a format that is not only productive for the builder but also is well thought out so that the project is turnkey.
3. Willing to make altercations. In order to bring the project to life, a builder must be willing to make small alterations, when necessary, throughout the process.

The Northern Craft Construction team incorporates their professional opinion, 27 and counting years of experience, and –most importantly– their client’s desires and requests to make sure they deliver a worthy final product.