Discover how you can minimize the stress of home remodeling project!

Dear Friend,

Like many homeowners, you may be considering remodeling your kitchen but are a bit anxious about the best way to go about it.

After all, we’ve all heard the “bad contractor” horror stories, and some of us may even know someone who had an awful remodeling experience.

While we can’t stop bad contractors from doing shoddy work, we can help our friends – like you – understand the steps you can take to minimize the stress and have a rewarding remodeling experience.

The Homeowner’s Checklist to Selecting the Right Contractor

for a Rewarding Kitchen Remodeling Experience

Get The Homeowner’s Checklist Now

Whether you are planning to remodel your kitchen in the near future, or are still just gathering ideas, this checklist is designed to help you make smart decisions along the way.

The truth is, remodeling your kitchen is a stressful experience … because you are typically without a kitchen for 3 to 6 weeks! You are doing dishes in the bathroom sink, living on crockpot or microwavable meals and all of your kitchen stuff is packed away in boxes.

However, by selecting the right contractor – one who is organized, schedules ahead and is on the job, your kitchen remodeling project will go smoother and be completed in less time. Kitchens are complicated and the more detailed a contractor is the more likely it will be functional, beautiful and will make the inconvenience of living without a kitchen well worth it in the end.

In this short document, we provide you with two checklists: one to help you choose the right contractor and the other to help you plan a successful kitchen remodeling project.

Inside you’ll discover:

  • Questions to ask your contractor so you can “weed out” those bad contractors and make sure your contractor is qualified for the job.
  • Tips to better understand the remodeling process so you feel more comfortable and confident in your decisions.
  • A “framework” for making the choices needed so you can easily visualize what your newly renovated kitchen will look like and how it will function.
  • Suggestions for properly budgeting for your kitchen remodeling project – to avoid sticker-shock.
  • And more!

This checklist is free and without obligation. It is our way of helping you be better prepared to select the right remodeling firm for you and have an enjoyable remodeling experience.

If you want to take steps today to plan for a more successful and rewarding remodeling experience, get a copy of our checklist by filling out this form.

We look forward to talking with you soon!

Steve & Fran Amick, Owners

Spectrum Homes, Inc.