Planning a Project
At Mastercraft Construction we want you to enjoy the process of building or remodeling your home. Over the years we have aimed at making this process as enjoyable as possible. This is why we take great care in the planning process. We want to fully understand your goals before moving forward.
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This initial interview usually happens over the phone and can take a few minutes or a few hours. We take this time to get to know you and your goals. We can do some brain storming of design ideas, discuss budget concerns, construction options, permitting limitations, lot selection, review our work history and answer most any other questions that you may have concerning your project.
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If all went well with our initial phone interview then we schedule a time to visit you at your home or the site of your new construction project. This is the time when we will get into more detail about your project. This would include things like; taking measurements, organizing team members (Builders, Designers, Architects etc.), permitting and creating a spec list of items we need from you in order to create an accurate bid.
- The Bid.
After we complete all costing estimates a final bid is prepared for the homeowner. After reviewing the bid sometimes the homeowner may request changes. Adjustments are common at this point and occasional trade-offs are made at the request of the homeowner. A new spec list may be developed and integrated with the homeowner’s additions and revisions to the original plans. After the appropriate revisions are made to the bid and approved by the homeowner, the final construction documents are completed, and the project is ready to permit.