Can You Remodel In St. Louis
During The Coronavirus Pandemic?
You Might Be Nervous About Having A Company
In Your Home During These Crazy Times.
But Innovative Remodelers Like Us Are Using
Special Measures & Technology To Help Remove Risks.
BY JASON QUILLMAN, OWNER
If you’ve been thinking about remodeling your St. Louis home, coronavirus (COVID-19) just tossed a big wet blanket on your plans.
Or did it?
I completely get it: You’re probably feeling apprehensive about letting ANYONE in your home, let alone a contractor just to provide you with a quote. That’s understandable. And it’s the smart approach to things.
But… what if a contractor didn’t need to step inside your home to give you a proposal and an estimate?
Over the week or so, you’ve had to make some serious changes to your lifestyle… and we’ve had to make some serious changes to how we interact with homeowners. That’s why we’ve developed virtual presentations to provide you with a proposal and quote online.
Here’s how it works…
- Contact us like normal to set up a free quote. We’ll work with you to schedule a convenient time for a virtual presentation.
- Before the presentation, we’ll come to your home—but won’t come in—to snap a few pictures of your home’s exterior. We’ll need these photos for the next step…
- We’ll upload the photos we took to the HOVER app. In a nutshell, HOVER is 3D modeling software. It allows us to acquire precise measurements of your home and even design your project.
- Once we’ve put together a proposal, we’ll email you a link to an online meeting. When you join the meeting, we’ll provide you with a presentation and quote via video conference. We’ll use screen-share technology to show you products, design options, measurements, prices, and more.
- If you choose to move forward, we can email you a digital contract. All you have to do is sign it and send it back. It’s that easy!
Bottom line: We can provide you with our typical in-home consultation experience right over the phone and internet. This setup allows us to price out siding and roofing quotes down to the penny and produce extremely close estimates on windows. (Windows estimates may need additional details that require an in-home inspection. I’ll talk more on our in-home protocols in a second.)
The great thing is that our virtual quotes are good for a minimum of 30 days.* This means if you want to wait a little while to move forward, you can. And when you do move forward, you’ll already have your products picked out, your design fully complete, and your price locked in. That will put you way ahead of the game when things settle down and everyone is in a rush to remodel (you know it’ll happen!).
What About The Actual Installation?
Unfortunately, we haven’t yet found a way to virtually install the products on your home. But we have implemented special protocols to keep both you and our crew safe during installation. Here’s a quick breakdown of what that involves:
- No handshakes.
- Installers constantly sanitize and wash their hands (they’ll use your spigot outside to wash).
- Bare-minimum time spent in your home. We’ll come in ONLY if we absolutely must. If we don’t have to come in, we won’t!
- Maintain a suitable distance between you and our work crew at all times.
These precautionary measures make for the most sanitary installation experience for everyone. And we follow these rules with ZERO exceptions.
Get Your Free Online Remodeling Quote In St. Louis
Coronavirus has caused countless delays and disruptions to everyday life… but it can’t stop you from getting a remodeling quote. We’ve made sure of that with our virtual presentations.
Contact us today to schedule your free online remodeling quote. Honestly, it’s a great time to get one. You’re cooped up inside all day, bored out of your mind. No better moment to get the ball rolling on your exterior remodel!
Even if you prefer to hold off on the installation until things settle down, you’ll at least have your products, price, and plans squared away. You’ll be way ahead of everyone else when “normal” life resumes and the inevitable remodeling rush occurs.