Building Services

J. Schmidt Homes is your trusted partner in creating the lifestyle you seek. Whether you’ve recently expanded your family, looking for a luxury place to retire or just seeking to make your dream home a reality, our experienced craftsmen and Realtors® are here to guide you step by step through the process.

If building your ideal commercial space is your goal, you can trust J. Schmidt Homes with your project.

Our First Meeting
The first time we meet, we’ll have the opportunity to get acquainted on a personal level. We want to know exactly what your needs, desires and expectations are! And we want you to feel as comfortable as possible in asking any questions you have prior to and throughout the process.

It’s always a great idea to have any and all decision-makers present for this first meeting! These are some items that we normally discuss in this meeting:

  • What are your likes & dislikes with your current home? What kind of project are you considering? Why now? What do you hope to gain from the project? Current & future needs?
  • What is your style: Traditional, Contemporary, somewhere in the middle? It’s a good idea to have visual tools with the styles you’re drawn to. Consider opening a Houzz account & sharing your “board” with us! This will allow us to have a full visual representation of the style you desire.
  • How do you envision yourself through the process of selecting a remodeling contractor? How do you envision yourself through the design process?
  • A challenging subject: Budget! What is your target investment? We’ll need to be as honest & frank as possible in this part of our 1st meeting. Only you can tell us how much you are willing to invest! We can only provide an estimate of how much your project will cost. How are you financing your project – refinance or cash?
  • What is most important to you in a remodeling company: Experience? Design? Craftsmanship? Scheduling & Budget Processes? Something else?
  • How long do you plan on staying in your new home? Is this an investment property or “Forever Home”?