Project Planning

Any construction or remodeling project can seem overwhelming if you don’t have a clear plan and sometimes, you may only have a general idea of what you’d like to accomplish. Reliant Mobility’s design experts are here to help turn your vision into a reality. Here are a few steps you can take to jump start your own construction project.

Likes and Dislikes

Start by thinking of the house you want to remodel or the addition you’d like to build. List your wishes, wants, and needs and don’t be afraid to dream big. Even if you think your wishes are outside your budget, it helps us plan knowing what your ideal dreams are for the situation at hand.

Project Planning Sheet

This document will help you begin to think about your project and will make sure we’re all on the same page. Feel free discussing this document with your Reliant Mobility consultant.

  • How long have you been in this location?
  • How much longer do you anticipate being here?
  • Have you used a remodeling contractor’s services on this or any previous project? If yes,
    • What project(s) did you complete?
    • What would you do different?
    • What would you like repeated?
  • How do you see yourself using this room, home, or facility?
  • What type of furniture or electronics do you anticipate using in your new space?
  • How long have you been thinking about this project?
  • Roughly, what is the amount you feel comfortable investing in this project?
  • Typically when you purchase products, what is most important?
    • Getting a quality product?
    • Getting the lowest priced product?
  • Please rank on a scale of 1 to 5 (5 being the highest) how important the following are:
    • Building a project that will give me the highest return on investment. 1 2 3 4 5
    • Building a project that I can enjoy and am not concerned about resale. 1 2 3 4 5
    • Doing business with an experienced company. 1 2 3 4 5

Hiring the Right Professionals

People often think that doing it yourself is the cheapest route. Not so! Varying aspects of construction require professionals with specific expertise. A kitchen designer is not an architect, an architect is not an interior designer, and a contractor is not a kitchen designer.

It’s in your best interest to hire skilled and licensed professionals who not only understand lead times for your selections, but can also test-drive your budget to make sure it’s sustainable. At Reliant, we’re a one-stop-shop for talented architects, reputable contractors, and savvy design professionals who help our clients make informed, cost-saving decisions that will keep the aesthetic high, prices low, and value priceless.