Design-Build Renovation Process in Princeton, NJ

“We understand value engineering, home automation and energy-efficient construction,” says Dickson. “New materials and finishes also add value to your home and enhance your living experience.”

One Solution Fits All 

Design-build is a great solution whether you are building a new home or renovating or remodeling your current one. The design-build process combines design and construction into one seamless delivery method.

This method of home remodeling and new home construction has become increasingly popular in recent years because many homeowners prefer to have a single point of contact for design and construction. This helps to control costs, and also creates a more efficient workflow and a higher level of accountability and responsiveness. It gives everyone involved a greater understanding of the project as a whole.

Richard Dickson takes pride in getting to know every client personally, and he and his team consistently deliver excellent work on time and within budget.

Please email or call 609.799.0220 for more information or to schedule a consultation.


5 Steps to a Successful Design-Build

 

1.
Get to Know You.

What is your vision? How do you live? What should your living space express about you? These are the intangibles that set you apart, and they are an integral part of the planning process.

2.
Present Design Options.

Our design team will collaborate closely with you and our trade partners to come up with the ideal design to complement your life—and your time frame and budget.

3.
Set Goals/ Expectations.

Once the plan is final, we ensure the smoothest execution of construction. There may be some disruptions to your life, especially during construction. You’ll be ready.

4.
Make It Happen.

You’ve seen the plan, you’ve met the team, and you’re prepared for anything. Let the magic begin. We are on-site, on target, and on time.

5.
Assess the Results.

We’ll walk you through your finished home or remodeled room to make sure everything meets your specifications.

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