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John Unrein, the owner/CEO of Quality Property Improvements says that "withthese things in ECL's hands I can focus on running the business.
Contractors Donald Vath of Donald Vath LLC and John Unrein of Quality Property Improvements Inc. have ideas for fostering good relationships between homeowner and contractor: At the very least, a remodeling might cost $85 per square foot, "but that probably isn't likely unless it's a closet addition to the house," says John Unrein, chairman of a group of remodeling companies that are members of the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association. Expect higher costs if you include electrical, plumbing, tile or any other additional work, he says. Nationwide, homeowners spent $233 billion in remodeling construction last year.That made up almost 43 percent of all construction last year, Unrein says."It's like a roller coaster ride," says John Unrein, owner of Quality Property Improvements Inc."Today you love me, in two weeks you're going to hate me, and a week after that you're going to love me again." Unrein, who chairs a member group of remodelers for the Southern Arizona Home Builders Association, says a homeowner makes 30,000 decisions in the course of a remodeling.
Although few of us purchase a home strictly for financial reasons, in practical terms it represents an asset that can pay high returns," said John Unrein, owner of Quality Property Improvements."Before you begin, it's a good idea to think through your wants and needs," said Unrein, Chair of the SAHBA Remodelors."Decide what changes you want to make."You should ask yourself what you like and dislike about your house, and examine what options may be most useful in the future.After evaluating the potential improvements you'd like to make, create a prioritized list."Once you've chosen a project, look at magazines of projects you like," said Unrein."When meeting with your remodelor, this will help you work together to achieve your desired results."How can I find a qualified remodelor?"There are several ways to find the best remodelor," said Unrein.
"The most critical decision homeowners will make when embarking on a remodeling project is choosing the right professional for the job," said John Unrein, owner of Quality Property Improvements."Our council members are committed to the industry, committed to quality construction and integrity, and most importantly, committed to the customer," said Unrein, SAHBA Remodelors Council Chair.
"Home remodeling offers several benefits to homeowners who want to change their living environment without uprooting their family and moving," said John Unrein, owner of Quality Property Improvements. Home improvements can add more space for a growing family or older parent, improve energy efficiency and increase the resale value of the home.However, choosing the right professional for a remodeling job can pose a challenge for even the most seasoned of homeowners. "The most critical decision homeowners will make when embarking on a remodeling project is choosing the right professional for the job," said Unrein, SAHBA Remodelors Council Chair. When beginning to interview a remodelor, keep in mind you are buying a service rather than a product.The quality of service the remodelor provides will determine the quality of the finished project and satisfaction with it.Take a look at the remodelor's business and management experience. "Council members are committed to the industry, committed to quality construction and integrity, and most importantly, committed to the customer," said Unrein. Choosing a professional remodelor can save time and money by getting the job right the first time.A professional remodelor can translate a homeowner's vision into reality. "We also understand that our client's comfort during the project and the successful completion depends on effective communication and follow-through," said Unrein.