A live person answers your call to help you and guide you to the appropriate resource.
We inquire into your construction needs, and we schedule an appointment for our Estimator to visit your home.
Our Estimator visits your project to understand your desires as well as collect preliminary site data such as critical measurements and photos of areas to be improved.
Your project desires are compiled into a rough sketch so the Estimator can create a labor and material cost estimate. The labor and material cost estimate is called a "Budgetary Estimate."
Your Budgetary Estimate is forwarded to you for review.
If your review of the Budgetary Estimate is favorable, then we invite you to our office.
Upon meeting the RGW Team, you sign a contract and make a deposit and further discuss expectations on your project.
You invite RGW Architect to your home for detailed measurements and before-construction photos. You discuss more in-depth project desires with our Architect.
The Architect designs your project and creates conceptual drawings.
You visit the office to review conceptual drawing and develop a list of needed products. You make some key product selections. Architect gives you a list of vendors for further product choices.
Architect finalizes plans upon receipt of your completed list of product selections.
We adjust the agreement in terms of scope and pricing via a form called a Change Order to reflect specific product selections.
Once you complete your product selections, the Architect gets city or county approvals and obtains the building permits.
The General Contractor, Architect, and Project Manager review your approved project plans and specifications. Project Manager establishes a target project start date.
The project manager works to schedule our crew, subcontractor, and suppliers on your project. We set a start date for your job.
Work commences and continues until complete. The city inspectors perform a final inspection.
RGW Team arrives at your home for final debriefing, photographs, and videos.