Design-Build is a method of project delivery in which one entity works under a single contract with the property owner to provide design and construction services. One entity, one contract, one unified workflow from conception to completion. Or, as we would say, a “streamlined” service.

Many remodeling companies have a particular service they specialize in, such as kitchens, landscaping, etc. Some, like Streamline, are full-service operations that can complete complex jobs that involve multiple spaces. With a little internet research and a few conversations with local contractors, you’ll be able to narrow down your list based on professionalism, experience, and authentic interest in your properties’ well-being.

Conventional wisdom says you should usually remodel your bathroom and kitchen first. These spaces are usually shared by multiple occupants and are used multiple times a day, so you want them to be both functional and enjoyable. However, we believe the best place to start is wherever you want! Need a new deck to sit on and enjoy your garden? Let’s start there. If your adult child is moving back home, maybe a new basement will keep you sane.

Depending on the scope of the job, the size of the home, the sourcing of the materials and a wide range of other factors, the cost for any given job will vary greatly. That’s why our estimating expertise is extremely valuable. It takes years of experience to be able to walk a property, envision a renovation, and accurately price out the cost and complexity of the endeavor.

Fasten your seatbelts. With over 60 crews on our team, we can start your project as soon as you’re ready. However, we work through the proven Streamline Process deliberately because it guarantees successful completion – it won’t help anyone if we just jump in your house and tear down walls tomorrow without a solid game plan. Usually, it takes about 7 days to get boots on the ground and the renovation in motion.

When you work with Streamline, we take care of all the legal crap for you. We make sure to stay educated on any adjustments or developments in the permitting process, which can be different depending on zoning.