Do All Remodeling Projects Need Building Permits?

Do All Remodeling Projects Need Building Permits?

Recent activity in the central Ohio real estate market tells us that more and more families are planning to remain in their homes. Most of those homeowners are planning a remodel. Perhaps you are planning for a new bathroom, kitchen update, addition or creating a new...
Managing Your Design-Build Home Remodel

Managing Your Design-Build Home Remodel

Offsite, On Mind. Do you ever wonder how much work is done offsite during a home remodeling project? You may be curious what is going on behind the scenes. Or, you might wonder what your contractor is actually doing when not physically on the job site. At The Cleary...
Renovation Lifecycle – Design & Estimating

Renovation Lifecycle – Design & Estimating

The Design-Build process simplified. We get to know you and you get to know us. Discovering your unique style and vision for your home is a critical step in the development of your project. Together, we work to find the answers to your project’s biggest questions....
Why Should You Hire a Design-Build Remodeler?

Why Should You Hire a Design-Build Remodeler?

Making a major change to your home can be exciting and rewarding. It can also seem overwhelming. There are many ways to approach a remodeling project. Some of the most common are DiY or hiring a handyman, jack of all trades, or general contractor. For larger, more...
How Much Does a Home Addition Cost?

How Much Does a Home Addition Cost?

3 Home Addition Projects, 3 Budgets & Scopes A new home addition is different from a remodel of an existing room in your home. Columbus, OH home additions typically add new square footage and require everything from the floor up. This includes the foundation,...
Home Remodeling Know-How

Home Remodeling Know-How

Make the Most of Your Next Call to a Remodeling Contractor You’ve made the decision to remodel your home, so you just call a contractor and get started…right? Not the best approach to find the right remodeler for you and your home. It is important for you to determine...