Wadsworth, IL, March 08, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Brian Weinstock and his home installation professionals have years of experience in successful home remodels. Repeat clients Jeff and Kris from Libertyville, Illinois have used Weinstock’s services for many years and say they “can always count on Home Installation Professionals to do excellent work at a competitively reasonable cost.”
Brian Weinstock reports homeowners with remorse from renovations not going as planned often seek his help. Past experiences include budget overruns, schedule delays or unforeseen complications. But Weinstock points out that many of these situations can be avoided when careful planning is included in the pre-renovation process. Over several decades, Brian Weinstock has observed several essential issues to consider before a home renovation project begins.
Brian Weinstock is currently offering information and advice by promoting a free initial consultation for those unfamiliar with the home remodeling process. Weinstock and Home Installation Professionals offer to save homeowners time and money by advising and coaching them through careful planning and decision-making before the renovation begins. In that vein, Brian Weinstock offers ten key things to consider before beginning any kind of renovation.
Before a homeowner begins a renovation project, Brian Weinstock explains that it’s critical to establish a spending limit. Whether the project will be financed with cash or a home equity loan, the homeowner should project up front how much the project will cost.
If the home is listed on an historic register, Brian Weinstock reminds clients that they will need to meet strict building code guidelines. Many plans must be fully approved before work can begin. Homeowners should contact the local county codes officer for more information.
In order to find the best contractor for the job, Brian Weinstock suggests that a homeowner contact other family members or friends who have recently done a renovation or built a home. Weinstock also recommends allowing plenty of lead-time to schedule a contractor. As an example, Brian Weinstock and his home installation professionals are often booked out several months in advance. If the homeowner has a specific date by which the job must be finished, Brian Weinstock explains that this should be clearly communicated to the contractor.