Washington State Kitchen & Bath
Typical Job Costs: $7,000- $650,000 Bathroom Remodels: $20,000 - $60,000 Kitchen Remodels: $18,000 - $90,000 Home Renovations: $120,000 - $650,000 Additions : $50,000 - $300,000 Doors and Trim: $7,000 - $45,000 Estimates based on experience. Your actual costs may vary depending on the scope of your project. Please contact us to discuss your project and schedule a free consultation. WSKB is a supply and install company. We do not install any material that is not supplied by our suppliers.
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WSKB does feel a lot of the confusion as to what was and wasn't inclusive in the original project cost was from Mrs. Stothers signing the contract when Mr. Manoni was not present. WSKB does feel that this is the reason that there were often conversations leading Mr. Manoni to review the Contractual Agreement. Contracts are signed so each party understands the agreed upon scope of work.
The homeowner is correct that the contract was signed on September 14th 2015. There was indeed a slight delay on the homeowners end as WSKB did not receive the homeowner's selections for the project until November 4th 2015. At this point WSKB then set an appointment with the homeowner to have Critical Measurements taken. This is a time where the homeowner is able to review the project, on site, with the installers to ensure everyone is on the same page. WSKB received these measurements on November 10th 2015 and the allowance spreadsheet process was started. After a few revisions the allowance spreadsheet, which simply reflects the homeowner's selected material, was approved on December 2nd 2015. WSKB then ordered materials for this job.
The Hall Bathroom Demolition took place on January 15th 2016. The Master Bathroom Demolition took place on February 3rd 2016. The final completion date for the project was indeed March 31st. WSKB does apologize for any oversights or delays on our end that prolonged this project. Construction projects do consist of a lot of moving parts so of course any delayed selections and/or revisions to the project do affect the schedule.
Placement clarifications and revisions do often need to be made on site with the homeowner and each specific trade. This is why we exercise the Critical Measurement process and also why the communication breakdown with Mr. Manoni was so crucial to WSKB.
The positive feedback on Workmanship will be passed on to each individual. Thank you for the opportunity to assist you in your home remodel