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The EverLife Home Process

How the Remodeling Process Works

At EverLife Home LLC we utilize a design-build methodology incorporating all your project elements within a single work team. The group handles everything from design to building through warranty, as well as helping assure your project vision equals the final product.

Key values for you are:

  • Reduction of operational bottlenecks that cause delays

  • Streamlined communications for budget tracking

  • Single point of contact for quick on-the-fly changes

  • Your home vision stays intact, down to the smallest detail

  • Minimized stress leading to more enjoyment from the outcome


Step One – Let’s Talk

During this time we’ll get acquainted to see if we are a fit for each other. This is what we’ll cover:

  • A deep dive into your vision to make sure we “get it”

  • Budget in relation to your vision and how the two coexist

  • Discussion about project financing and processing payments to EverLife Home

  • Expectations from our team, scheduling, and your role in the overall process


We’ll be unfailingly honest. For example, we’ll explain what project parts will be more fun than others. We clarify how similar projects like yours usually work. Reaching an agreement to work together moves us to a Professional Services Agreement (PSA).


Step Two – Planning Contract 

Prior to entering into a Construction Agreement (Step Four) there will be preconstruction fee-based activities covered in a separate PSA. The PSA usually includes design services, a detailed cost estimate, potential demolition and/or discovery work needed to create a guaranteed project price for you. Two important things: PSA results are yours to keep whether or not you move forward with us. Secondly, fulfilling the PSA doesn’t obligate you to sign a Construction Agreement with EverLife Home.


Step Three – Project Development

Once the PSA is completed, we’ll meet with you to talk through work scope, project plan, final cost, progress payments, timelines, logistics, and special requests. You’ll also meet your personal project manager and discuss how project communications will be handled.

You should be totally comfortable and confident signing off on PSA details. To that end, we’ll take time to answer all your questions and address concerns. At your direction we’ll move to Step Four, the Construction Agreement.


Step Four – Construction Contract

At this milestone everyone will have the project stipulated sum pricing. We’ll provide you a straightforward Construction Agreement and explain the details before we all add our signatures to it. We’ll use that list to address those items for you.


Step Five – Project Management

During the building phase EverLife Home handles all the operational details of home and worksite protection, conducting work, ordering materials, scheduling, management, and onsite coordination. Concurrently, we’ll diligently keep you up-to-date on progress and challenges.


Step Six – Project Changes

Changes are a natural part of any remodeling experience. No matter how carefully and jointly planned your project, along the way you’ll seek adjustments. We’re prepared to gladly accommodate the variations you decide upon. The Construction Agreement explains how change costs are handled.


Step Seven – Project Completion

During this concluding phase we’ll meticulously inspect our work to ensure craftsmanship levels have been realized. Our wrap-up will also handle the following:

  • A meeting to answer operational questions about appliances, heating and cooling systems, or other newly installed items.

  • A thorough project area cleanup. We’ll also cleanse other property areas we may have touched.

  • Provide you a document for noting problematic issues that may surface. We’ll use that list to address those items through our industry-leading three-year warranty.


Step Eight – Transformation

Enjoy your transformed home. We thank you for letting us be a part of your dreams!

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