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✅ Plan and architectural drawings

Based on clients needs and feedback Atlas Construction created architectural plan and confirmed by client. 

✅ Work behind walls

The work behind walls, below floors, and above ceilings — plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning rough-ins, subfloors and insulation completed. Drywall, tape and sand for smooth exterior surfaces completed. Roof renovation done.

Add finishing touches and final inspection.

Home ready final inspection and deliver

✅ Permit received

Atlas Construction submitted plan to the city and plan confirmed. 

✅ Paint completed

Interior of home painting completed. Exterior of the house completed.

✅ Demolition

Demoliton done according to the architectural plan and site prepared for construction. 

Install Cabinetry

Cabinetry delivered and installed.

  1. Planning and Research:

    • Determine your goals and priorities for the remodel.

    • Research design ideas, materials, and potential contractors.

    • Set a budget for the project.

  2. Design Phase:

    • Work with an architect, designer, or design-build firm to create detailed plans.

    • Consider factors like layout, functionality, and aesthetic preferences.

    • Obtain any necessary permits from your local municipality.

  3. Hiring Contractors:

    • Obtain quotes from multiple contractors.

    • Check references and review past projects to ensure quality.

    • Sign contracts outlining the scope of work, timeline, and payment schedule.

  4. Demolition and Preparation:

    • Clear out the space being remodeled.

    • Demolish any existing structures or features as needed.

    • Prepare the site for construction, which may involve structural changes or updates.

  5. Construction:

    • Begin the actual construction work, which can include framing, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC installation.

    • Install insulation, drywall, flooring, and other structural elements.

    • Install fixtures, cabinets, countertops, and other finishing touches.

  6. Finishing Touches:

    • Paint walls, trim, and any other surfaces.

    • Install lighting fixtures, hardware, and appliances.

    • Complete any final carpentry or detailing work.

  7. Final Inspections and Cleanup:

    • Schedule inspections to ensure the work meets building codes and regulations.

    • Address any issues identified during inspections.

    • Clean the space thoroughly to prepare for move-in.

  8. Completion and Enjoyment:

    • Review the completed project to ensure everything meets your expectations.

    • Make any final payments to contractors.

    • Enjoy your newly remodeled home!

Throughout the process, communication with your contractors and staying flexible are key. Unexpected challenges may arise, so it's important to be prepared to adjust plans as needed.

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