Breathing new life into a dated kitchen with new appliances, cabinets, and updated lighting is akin to having visions of sugar plums dancing in your head… at least for some. For me, the devil is in other details.
Most of the effort in a remodeling endeavor revolves around drawings, budgets for material, appliances, subcontractors, and scheduling timelines. An often forgotten topic is the management of the risk associated with the work being done. A good construction contract is the first place to start. Lack of specificity will create headaches, delays, and maybe liability you weren’t anticipating. Here are a few tips to help in the process: