BETHESDA, Md.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Case Design/Remodeling, Inc., a leading D.C. Metro area home improvement
company, today announced ‘Choices’, the company’s new service model.
‘Choices’ is an aggressive and innovative reinterpretation of the home
remodeling experience. The concept behind ‘Choices’ is to provide the
customer with a variety of flexible options presented throughout the
‘Choices’ places control squarely in the customer’s hands, empowering
them to pursue their remodeling needs and wants in a way that matches
their lifestyle and budget. The four components of the service include:
Choose Your Designer: Customers have the opportunity to select
their designer based on individual preference, experience and
personality. Case employs some of the D.C. Metro Area’s premier
designers. With over 20 designers on staff, the quality of Case design
comes from the expertise and commitment of its professional,
experienced and talented design team.
Choose How to Buy: Case offers three billing options,
regardless of project size. These alternatives are designed to provide
customers exceptional flexibility when determining level of investment
and represent an aggressive reinvention of traditional remodeling
Fixed Price Agreement
Design Agreement—The design services option is for someone
interested in reviewing the possibilities for their space without
necessarily proceeding with immediate construction.
Choose Your Level of Involvement: Case has developed creative
ways for clients to build their dream project and stay within budget.
This option provides customers with unique, adaptable remodeling
possibilities that directly affect cost and are unparalleled in the
industry. These may include the following:
The homeowner completes the demo
The homeowner provides the appliances or other materials
The homeowner completes the finishing touches like painting or
Choose Your Level of Project: With Case, there are three
project levels to choose from. Many companies will allow homeowners to
select one or two of these options, but not all three. Case designers
help homeowners to determine the best project category based on a
variety of criteria including personal preference, existing
conditions, existing layout and level of investment. The ‘Choices’
project levels also provide a great way to simplify remodeling for the
homeowner, since customers are easily able to select an option and
work within those parameters. ‘Choices’ project levels include:
Cosmetic Update—A cosmetic update involves changing easily removed
Pull and Replace—A “pull and replace” remodel means that
everything in the room is replaced, but nothing changes location.
Custom—With a custom renovation the sky is the limit. Everything
is replaced and oftentimes the room is expanded and reconfigured
to improve function and design.
“We understand that current market conditions require companies to offer
superior customer service. For Case, we are addressing this challenge
with ‘Choices’. This unique service model provides our customers with
high quality remodeling and design services that are tailored to
individual needs and budgets,” commented Bruce Case, president of Case
Design/Remodeling, Inc. “Case has taken a bold stance in the remodeling
industry by our willingness to work flexibly and by allowing homeowners
to drive the renovation process from start to finish.”
In honor of ‘Choices’, Case will launch a new contest, ‘The Greatest
Design Challenge,’ on Monday, September 20. Please visit www.casedesign.com
in the coming days for entry details and deadlines.
Case Design/Remodeling, Inc. is the area’s largest full service
residential remodeling organization. With a focus on excellence, Case
has more certified remodelers, certified kitchen and bath designers and
certified lead carpenters on staff than any other remodeling
organization. Case has been honored with more than 70 awards for design
and craftsmanship. They are a lead certified organization and were
recently named “Remodeler of the Year” by a major industry publication.
They are driven by the premise, “helping clients make good decisions”.
To learn more about Case, please visit CaseDesign.com or call
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