How do I contact you for an estimate?
Where do I start?
Starting can be as simple as calling us at Michael Nash Design, Build and Homes. Our number is (703) 641-9800. You can also visit us here, on our website. Just go to “Schedule Consultation” (that’s our contact page), enter your information and we can set up a consultation appointment at time that is convenient for you.
Do I get a written estimate from you?
Yes, you do. Once we have consulted with you and completed all the necessary steps to determine all that may be involved, Michael Nash Design, Build and Homes will provide you with a written estimate.
Do you do major remodeling?
Yes, we do major remodeling. Michael Nash Design, Build and Homes will take on projects large and small. Many of our award-winning projects have involved major remodeling.
When can you begin?
How do you keep me informed during the remodeling process?
Do you provide references?
What kind of warranty do you provide?
What happens if there are problems after my renovation is completed?
Please keep in mind that this is a custom remodeling project and the start date on your contract is a targeted start date given to you by your designer. From time to time, circumstances arise that affect or change this date. We will keep you posted if this should happen. Also, your completion date is a targeted date. We will do our best to stay within the allotted time frame. It is impossible to predict with precision when a project will be completed. Again, this is the nature of remodeling. The final project is always beautiful and well worth the wait!
If or when you contract work to others, how do you ensure their work is up to your standards?
How long does a project take from start to finish?
Do I have to move out of my house during the construction process?
How do we prepare the house for remodeling?
A. Remove all your valuables, lamps, plants, knick-knacks, Etc..
B. Remove all dishes and crystal from cabinets and hutches (Kitchen remodeling)
C. Remove all bottles valuables from vanity counters and cabinets (bath remodeling)
D. Cover all furniture in adjacent rooms. Since dust is inevitable, this will help to preserve your furniture
E. Please do not pile up furniture on top of the other
F. If we are remodeling your kitchen, it will be helpful if you pick an area not affected by the construction to set up a dinette area for your family. This will cut down on any inconvenience to you r family while we are working.
G. Active construction areas and sites are most often hazardous and dangerous areas. During all periods of active construction at your site, you and your family agree not to enter any active work or designated job site area, without being physically accompanied and escorted by a MNCK Site Supervisor or Team Leader. If you and/or your guests or family members otherwise must enter into any such active work area or designated job site area, such entry is at your or their own risk. Michael Nash makes no warranty as to the safety or functionality of any circumstance or item in a designated job or work site in progress.
Will there be a big mess once you’re completed?
When is the best time of year to do a renovation?
If I take out a wall to make an area more open, will that affect the structure of my house?
What is a green home remodeling?
Does a green approach to remodeling mean higher costs?
Can your consultants make recommendations for making my homes more efficient and environmental?
Is bamboo as good a material as traditional wood?
Are environmentally “green” cabinets available?
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