Every renovation receives the same attention to detail as the quality homes Hart is known for building. Whether you’re adding onto an existing home, renovating a kitchen or bath, changing the interior decor or adding a basement build out, Hart can do any renovation project that requires a licensed general contractor. As a note, jobs under $50,000 normally don’t qualify.
Currently, new home construction is heavily weighed down with many local government taxes, utility tap fees and over-priced land costs. Renovation projects normally bypass these inflated costs and are far less expensive than moving into a new home.
Maintaining a home is very important for conserving value and equity. Updating a home helps keep it competitive with new home construction. The Hart Team will give existing homeowners advice on improving their quality of life, while updating their homes with modern advances in home construction.
- The homeowner pays all costs associated with the construction of the renovation, plus a contractor’s fee.
- A fully detailed cost estimate is prepared based on the known requirements of the project.
- Homeowners will receive a biweekly full report of all expenses incurred.
- A minimum builder’s fee applies to all costs incurred.
- The project must be within a 15 mile radius of the Hart office.
- The Hart “open-book” policy applies.
- A minimum $5,000 expense reserve is required at all times.
The Homeowner is offered a lump sum contract amount, which is subject to readjustment in the event there are unforeseen factors out of Hart’s control that severely impact the overall building cost. These factors may include a significant increase in associated material costs, unknown site conditions or other unexpected situations.
- Payments follow a percentage complete draw schedule.
- A minimum builder’s fee is included.
- All changed orders are subject to a 20% contractor’s fee.
- The project must be within a 15 mile radius of Hart’s office.
- Hart “closed-book” policy applies.
- A minimum deposit is required throughout the construction period.
- Per the drafting agreement, payments for plans are due at the time of service.