1. Find A Contractor
In the past five years, we have built a new store in Framingham, remodeled our original showroom in Dorchester, and now we’re building a new one in Hanover.
I have renovated a condo and rebuilt a burnt-out brownstone.
You need to find the right contractors, builders, architects, and designers (if warranted). Spend the time necessary vetting. Speak to former clients, read Google reviews, Better Business Bureau (BBB) reports.
You want a sense of what they have done to understand what they will do.
Then get everything in writing. Most builders are decent, but a bad relationship can ruin your project and cost you money.