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Single Family: Planning a New Home or a Home renovation?

Building or renovating your home is a major project. We get that. At Pacific West, we do everything we can to make the project as stress-free as possible. That means we take the time to make sure we thoroughly assess your needs, bid with integrity, and establish a solid timeframe. Our work isn't finished until you're 100% satisfied with your home.

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Why Build or renovate?

Building or renovating a house allows you to create a home that works for you. You have complete control over the look and function of your home, and your needs influence every decision that’s made throughout the construction process. The result is a home you’ll love for years to come.

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What are My Top Challenges?

  • Finding the right service providers: do you need a builder, architect, or both?
  • Finding the right products and materials: cost, size, finishes. Can you have all three?

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Who Should I Hire?

Some things you should consider when selecting your contractor:

  • Are they licensed and bonded?
  • Have they successfully completed similar projects?
  • What quality guarantees do they offer?
  • What is their warranty policy?
  • How do they manage their jobs?

Our Process

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initial

Contact

We’ll have an initial call to find out more about your needs and ideas. We'll also touch on the home renovation process to help you set the right expectations for your project.

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introduction

Appointment

We visit the site. Our team develops a thorough understanding of your requirements and produces an estimate that is as accurate as possible. If you’re happy, you pay a small deposit to start the Comprehensive Evaluation Process (CEP).

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Job

Scope

Our trade partners visit your home two to three times to develop a detailed job scope. This one step alone will eliminate surprises during your project and prevent going over time and over budget.

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initial

We’ll have an initial call to find out more about your needs and ideas. We'll also touch on the home renovation process to help you set the right expectations for your project.

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introduction

We visit the site. Our team develops a thorough understanding of your requirements and produces an estimate that is as accurate as possible. If you’re happy, you pay a small deposit to start the Comprehensive Evaluation Process (CEP).

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Job

Our trade partners visit your home two to three times to develop a detailed job scope. This one step alone will eliminate surprises during your project and prevent going over time and over budget.

 

Comprehensive Project Evaluation

Our process, "The Comprehensive Project Evaluation or CPE", from the introductory appointment, to the design phase, job scope development, the trades meeting and final cost analysis review, is a carefully developed system that was created to benefit the Homeowner and help them thoroughly understand what they need to know before they can safely sign an agreement for their renovation project.

Pacific West Construction believes that there are three vital components to a successful project. We call it Comprehensive Project Evaluation or CPE.

Design. The first thing we need to do is create the design. You will be introduced to our on staff Designer who will meet with you, take detailed digital images and measurements that will be shared with the Team. In addition the Designer will review and collect any ideas you have regarding style and finish and begin the consultation to determine final material selections. The Designer will arrange visits to showrooms for selections and coordinate the final space plan.

Job Scope. This is possibly the most critical aspect. The Job Scope not only will describe what the project includes, it will also indicate what is NOT included. Clear communication and complete understanding of the scope is crucial. It may take 2-3 meetings before it is accurate! Job scope development includes a visit to the project location with the Pacific West Trades Partners (our plumber, electrician, painter, floorcovering installer, etc) where a detailed review of the scope of work will be completed and a plan of action will be created to address every item. This one step alone can help eliminate surprises later as everyone has had a chance to review the actual onsite conditions.

Cost Analysis. We use historical data, trade partner and vendor input to create an accurate cost evaluation. The investment figure will be presented as a lump sum amount for the entire project scope.

 

Our Solutions

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Honest pricing

each and Every TIME

Building or renovating a house allows you to create a home that works for you. You have complete control over the look and function of your home, and your needs influence every decision that’s made throughout the construction process. The result is a home you’ll love for years to come.

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Comprehensive Project Evaluation Vs 'Free Estimate'

  • Finding the right service providers: do you need a builder, architect, or both?
  • Finding the right products and materials: cost, size, finishes. Can you have all three?

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Determine the Right Fit From The Beginning

Some things you should consider when selecting your contractor:

  • Are they licensed and bonded?
  • Have they successfully completed similar projects?
  • What quality guarantees do they offer?
  • What is their warranty policy?
  • How do they manage their jobs?

Our Projects

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