Remodelers Provide Five Key Elements to Home Renovation

1. Customer Service
Knowledgeable home remodelers understand that they are providing a service, not a one-size-fits-all product. Just as every home owner is an individual, each home is also unique. A professional remodeler knows how to create customized solutions for the residents and provide continuing customer support.

2. Business Management and Integrity
Running a business well is part of the responsibilities of a professional remodeler. This includes having systems for the business, writing clear contracts, having insurance, providing warranties, and more. Better business management means better service for home owners because they can rely on the remodeler to perform with integrity.

3. Experience
Do you know what to expect when you take that wall out? A professional remodeler understands the structure of a home and is prepared for surprises behind walls. They’ve developed expertise from performing home remodels, attending trainings, and are familiar with laws and regulation pertaining to home construction.

4. Longevity
Anyone may be able to purchase a truck and some tools, but only professional remodelers have the skills to remain in business for the long haul. By understanding the practice and business of home remodeling, these professionals can manage changes in the market and return to service your home for years to come. Use the remodelers you can trust to fix problems and keep a home in good health for the long term.

5. Creativity
Home remodeling frequently involves problem solving, such as maximizing existing space, strategically building additions, or navigating limited budgets. Professional remodelers can help home owners manage challenges and meet their needs while staying within the budget. Experience and skills help remodelers propose choices and solutions to satisfy their customers.Bring home the benefits of hiring a professional home remodeler for your renovation. Harness their skills and knowledge to create a more comfortable home.

With more than a million Americans spending approximately $116 billion annually on home improvement, the residential remodeling industry is the largest component of residential construction currently in this nation’s economy. More than ever during the year, the arrival of spring finds homeowners across the country inspired to invest in upgrading and updating their homes.

Cipriani Remodeling Solutions has been providing home renovation to Southern New Jersey residents for nearly 40 years. For more information or to schedule a free consultation, visit www.ciprianiremodelingsolutions.com.   or email us at info@ciprianibuilders.com

Throughout the month of May, the National Association of Home Builders Remodelers observes National Home Remodeling Month to focus attention on the importance of working with qualified professionals during remodels.For more tips on planning a home remodel or hiring a professional remodeler, visit nahb.org/remodel or contact www.blsj.com. The Builders League of South Jersey, 114 Haddontowne Court,Cherry Hill, NJ 08034,Phone: (856) 616-8460

 

 

 

2014 BLSJ MAME Award Best Residential Alteration                                                                                                                                         Sewell, NJ

Tammy Collins, CAPS                                                                                                                                                                                           Cipriani Remodeling Solutions

The only way to understand where this gem of an exterior face lift came from is to see the “before” pictures. This house went from “unseen” to “show stopper”. The cars stop daily out front to get a closer look.

Exterior Renovation Before- Sewell, NJ

The clients wanted to inject new personality into their beloved home. New siding and a faux stone material were used as the basis for the color palette and the theme for the home’s new aesthetic.

Show Stopper Renovation After- Sewell, NJ

The faux stone is so authentic and rich that it’s difficult to tell it’s not real stone. A random flag stone stamped concrete pattern was used on the new round entry stairs, the walkway, and around to home’s new exterior stairs. The use of black wrought iron was incorporated to bring a timeless feel and a touch of pizzazz. The addition of the wrought iron was a deliberate choice by the designer to create a subtle hint of formality. The exterior light fixtures were also chosen in an antiqued bronze with aged glass to compliment the new exterior, making this truly a show stopper renovation.