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Not Sure Where to Start for Your Project?

MacCoy Home Solutions is here to help! Check out the following "to-do" list to be sure that you are taking all of the right steps for the remodel of your dreams 👇



☑️ Analyze the funding for your project. Setting a budget is an important part of your project, allowing you to set realistic goals for your home. If you are planning on refinancing your home to fund your project, we recommend reaching out to Michael Dormer from Halycon Home Loans! ☑️ Analyze the potential property value increase as a result of your project. Home renovations can be pricey but they can yield a significant return on investment in the long run by influencing the value of your property. If you would like to review the property value effect of your project, we recommend reaching out to Alan and Tasha Withers from Keller Williams Real Estate! ☑️ Create a "Vision Board" for your project. Utilizing images from web searches or even a friend/family member's home to create a vision of what your dream goals are for your project can assist you with design decisions throughout the duration of your project. ☑️ Consult a designer or architect. Depending on the scale of your project, you may want to connect with an interior designer and/or architect to fine tune your ideas. Seeking professional guidance can help you with the many decisions that will arise during your project. Professionals can also often aid in selecting creative and cost-effective solutions. For your design needs, we recommend Tom Bakker ; for any architecture needs, we recommend Jim Musar and H2D Architecture + Design! ☑️ Research possible materials for your project. There is a wide variety of materials that can be utilized, depending on your project. Researching the different material types that work functionally and aesthetically with your space will assist your general contractor in the bid and execution of your project. Dunn Lumber is a great source for materials as they have a vast selection! ☑️ Conduct hazardous material testing. If demolition is required for your project AND your home is older than 1980, a hazardous material test is essential prior to the start of demo; this ensures the safety of your family and the construction crew.

MHS is here to help you every step of the way - no matter where you are in your project planning journey, you can submit your project details through our website for a FREE estimate here.




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