Away, by BOWA – For When you Need to Manage your Renovation Remotely

Manage Remodeling Projects Remotely
Away, by BOWA℠ is our propriety process for ensuring residential renovation success while you’re away. BOWA’s team of experts is well versed in planning and executing renovations for clients who are out of area, whether it’s due to travel, a second home, or one party being elsewhere for business. Our goal is to accommodate your needs for ease, efficiency, and staying informed, while saving you the hassle of traveling back to the DC area for regular meetings and project oversight. When it comes to project feasibility, project planning, progress updates/oversight, and home management, you can trust that all steps of… Read More >

Is Your Remodeling Project Ready to Start?

BOWA Renovation Ready to Start
Let’s have a quick hypothetical conversation. You say to me, “Hey TJ, can you start construction on my project next week?” I say to you, “Sure, we could – anyone could.” Here’s the thing – starting construction fast is actually pretty easy. I could swing by your place today and make some holes in your walls. That wouldn’t be particularly helpful though, and I don’t think you’d be very happy with me afterward. The question you want to be asking is, “When will construction of my project be finished?” Thoughtfully designing and planning a project so that it is ready… Read More >

How to Enjoy Remodeling – Phase 1

BOWA Process - Comparison of Approaches
Introduction Enjoy remodeling.  Seems like a simple idea, right?  Remodeling your home should be enjoyable.  You should be able to engage with a remodeling partner and talk about goals, wishes, and long-term plans.  You should be able to review and iterate on different designs, so you can understand what all of your options might be.  You should be able to have honest conversations about money upfront to avoid pricing surprises later on in the process.  You should have a single point of accountability so praise, questions, comments, or concerns only have one place to go.  You should know when your… Read More >