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Remodel Design Guide: Proposal Meeting

You’re exploring the possibility of a home remodel. You’ve reached out to a designer and discussed your hopes and dreams for the project.  Now, you’ll attend a meeting to discuss the next big step in your remodeling journey: signing your design proposal.  Our remodeling team at Lamont Bros. knows that for homeowners, designing a remodel…

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What type of contractor is best for insurance repair?

Nobody wants to find themself in the position of needing to file a homeowner’s insurance claim. Not only do you need to find a contractor to quickly and effectively repair the damage to your home, but you also have to work with an insurance adjuster to manage the repair costs.  This balancing act can leave…

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What is a Remodel Design Consultant?

Remodeling isn’t something that most people do frequently. Without frequent practice, learning how to navigate the challenges of remodeling can be difficult. As a professional whose job is to help homeowners navigate the process of remodeling, a design consultant plays an important role in turning your current home into your dream home. At Lamont Bros.,…

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Remodel Design Guide: Feasibility Study

You’re considering a home remodel, but you don’t want to spend the money to develop a design just yet. Instead, you want to know if the project you have envisioned can be built on the budget you have to work with. Before you shell out the cash to have a professional designer draft your remodel…

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How a design-build firm keeps you in charge of the cost

Managing the cost of a remodel can often feel like climbing a very dangerous mountain. Do it right, and there’s something spectacular waiting for you at the end. But even a small mistake could be incredibly costly. What you need is a guide to help you manage the risks and take the safest path to…

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What is Lamont Bros.’ Payment Process?

Remodeling your home can cost anywhere from a few thousand dollars to over a million. Once you’ve established designs for your remodel, agreed on a price, and signed the contract, it’s time to start building. But while you may know what you’re going to pay for your remodel, the mechanics of how that payment changes…

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