Updated: Nov 14, 2020
Just over three years ago, my husband and I closed on our first single-family home. We purchased a two bedroom, one bath home in Seattle that was in need of a lot of work. The location was great and we loved the neighborhood. We set out to transform and expand the house into a home that was big enough for our growing family.
It was a long journey to redesign and construct our home. We experienced numerous and and expensive challenges along the way. After our experience, it felt like there wasn't a great guide available for helping homeowners navigate large-scale renvoation projects. The process is designed around the architects, engineers, and contractors, not the homeowner.
If I could go back in time and start the project again, there is a lot I would do differently.
That's why I've created Renovator's Toolkit. To get you as the homeowner out in front of the challenges, rework and red flags. Everything is built around making the homeowner successful. So you can avoid long delays, expensive rework and build more certainty into your renovation plans.
I'm Julie Bennett. Welcome to Renovator's Toolkit. I'm so glad you're here.
Do you have a question or renovation story to tell?
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