Why should I remodel my bathroom?
Remodeling your bathroom will update it, save energy costs, and even increase the value of your home. Should you sell, you will make the remodeling costs back, and then some.
Why are air movers and dehumidifiers used after a flood?
While water is being removed, the air must be dried out so water doesn’t build up in walls and in the ceiling.
Can my deck be restored?
Unless a deck has been untouched for a couple decades and has rot eating through its foundation, it’s likely you can restore it. If it is made of composite, this likelihood increases as they usually are only susceptible to denting and scratching with the occasional stain.
How can I repair patio grout?
When you hire Double D Contractors Inc., we will remove the old grout, ensure stones are in their proper places and re-grout your patio.
Should I remodel the exterior of my home?
If your siding, windows or doors are looking shabby and insulation is an issue you definitely should consider it. It will even increase the value of your home!
What is the process for smoke cleanup after a fire?
First, only professionals should handle smoke cleanup after a fire. We will identify all affected materials and follow through with extremely thorough and careful cleaning until any residue is gone.
Why should I hire a general contractor?
They will manage your entire build, so you don’t have to stress about it. They’ll suggest ideas you may not have considered, come with a reliable team and will even save you money on materials!
What home additions add value?
Bathrooms and kitchens have the highest return on investment when it comes to home remodeling, so building an addition that expands on your kitchen, or building a second bathroom would be the best for added home value.
How long should kitchen remodeling take?
Depending on what you want done, we work off of a four to six week base estimate, but it can climb anywhere up to four months if you choose to order custom cabinetry.
In a natural disaster, what does pre-loss condition mean?
When claiming insurance for property damage, the condition of furniture, etc. before the disaster has to be taken into consideration. This is pre-loss condition.