Our goal is to provide innovative strategies for clients seeking to improve their properties. We do this by maintaining a positive experience through teamwork, innovation, organization, honesty, communication, and excellence. “Passion, potential and persistence are the three main ingredients to success. One does not work without the others. Love what you do, understand your capacity to make it work and hammer away.”. -Kyle Baptiste
Next Level Remodeling is among the best in South Jersey to bring designers, architects, builders and subcontractors together as a unified team. Our team of design + build professionals work side-by-side, providing clients the convenience and confidence of a single team with a shared vision.
There is an old and somewhat outdated process that has homeowners managing separate designers, architectural companies, specialty contractors and suppliers. This approach often complicates a home remodeling project. The two most common results from this approach are conflict and miscommunication.
With Next Level Remodeling, our integrated design + build team works on your remodeling project from first draft and design concept, through final construction cleanup with a single point of contact for you. Together we are able to deliver an award-winning design with top of the line craftsmanship all packaged in an easy to follow process.
At Next Level Remodeling, we want you to feel at ease and stress-free throughout the remodeling process. We invite you to collaborate with our team and encourage your involvement through each step of the process. Our philosophy about estimates and budgeting is to give our customers realistic cost estimates, early in the process, and minimize any later surprises. We strive to build a strong, productive relationship with you as we work together on your home.
Our 3d rendering capabilities are top of the line and provide our clients with a unique and must have experience. In addition to popularizing the design + build process, we are also leaders in Green Building and Universal Design. Staffing Certified Green Professionals, we are proud to be among the first in our market to introduce these new elements and techniques to our clients.
We first met Kyle when we needed an estimate on a home remodel for our parents. After a short period of talking with Kyle he had the vision of what we were looking for. He’s extremely knowledgeable and professional to his craft. He was always available throughout the job. His workers were also very professional and polite throughout the entire process. When the job was complete we hired Kyle to do another large project for another family member. Kyle and his crews are hands down by far the best for whatever home project you have going on.
Next Level Remodeling provided us superior, professional service in every detail. Kyle and his team worked to meet every deadline while remodeling our kitchen. We were very pleased with every step of the process! We love our Kitchen! I highly recommend using Next Level.
Extremely reasonable price for new shutters and installation. Excellent quality of work, timely responses, an all-around pleasure to do business with.
Where do I start? How much will it cost? Are all contractors the same? What should I look for?
These are all valid questions and are also some of the first things Homeowners ask me when we sit down. The first two steps are the most critical and will be the hardest to put together. Don’t get too far ahead of yourself and get lost in the details of the job. I know this is an exciting time but remember… you are looking to hire a professional to guide you. Stressing over what can or cannot be done at this time is counterproductive and misguided. Use your contractors expertise to create your dream job. You have the following to focus on:
Step 1: Establish a budget
Many homeowners believe that the best way to understand how much their project will cost is to call on a number of contractors, get a series of free estimates and then sort through the confusion to possibly select the right fit. This is wrong! Do your research first, so you can have an intelligent conversation about budget with your contractor and take comfort in knowing what the project should range, prior to having him or her tour. This will most likely be one of the largest investments you could make. No different then buying a home or vehicle, you first establish what you can afford and then explore what and or who provides the best value.
Remodeling Magazine puts out a Cost Vs. Value Report every year to assist homeowners in establishing a budgeted range. Although every project is fairly unique, this will at least help you consider your next move.
For additional information and to learn more about what is included in each of these scenarios visit: http://www.remodeling.hw.net/cost-vs-value/2018/middle-atlantic/
Step 2: Source a contractor
Now that you have an idea what your project could cost, you should begin interviewing with contractors. Nothing beats word of mouth but online reviews, social media and other channels could also be great places to look. Also determine which type of contractor is best suited for your job. A Truck and Ladder type outfit with a good reputation may be all you need for minor work. A General Contractor could also be a great option if you do not require any design guidance or selection assistance. A Design Build Firm is the safest choice and is the best value since they provide a one stop shop to create truly unique spaces.
Start and end with interviewing three. You should not need any more then that unless you did not do a good job researching each company to begin with. Good reviews, a strong portfolio and the proper credentials should narrow it down to the true professionals in your area. Pick from the one that you are most comfortable with. Everyone will have their own process, their own way of doing things and present different options. Go with the contractor you believe will leave you with the best project and provide the greatest experience.
Feel free to email us if you have any questions regarding establishing a budget and selecting a contractor.