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Accepting the Contract to get on the Schedule in a Timely Manner
Step 10: Signing the Contract and Sending in your Deposit
Sunday, June 26, 2022

You've met our team, reviewed our quote, read through the contract, and you are EXCITED to get the renovation started.  So what's the next step?   Its time to sign the contract and submit your deposit.  We'll explain more in this quick video.

Think we missed something?  Feel like the scope of work or the material specifications aren't clear enough?   Give us a call and speak to our Project Consulting Team.  Asking for additions or corrections to the project specifications in item 5 is a simple and routine matter.  Don't be scared.   If something seems ambiguous or confusing, or if you through we were going to do XYZ while we were there, and you don't see it on the agreement, PLEASE call and ask us about it.    We are really good at what we do, but sometimes we make mistakes.  Sometimes, there is a mis-communication, or a mis-understanding.  Our home improvement agreement is designed to be that stop-gap measure that both our team, and our clients can use to ensure we are all on the same page, before we start ordering materials and the renovation begins.   We promise you won't hurt our feelings.   Please ask if you don't understand something, or think we left something out.  
Let's continue the journey with Step 11: "Scheduling the Work"

Step 1: Decide you want to improve your home.
Step 2: Search for a Contractor or learn about us from friends and neighbors or on social media.
Step 3: Read our reviews on Facebook and Google Maps.
Step 4: Contact us with details about your project.
Step 5: VES: Virtual Estimate System, Ballparking your repair, renovation, addition or new construction project.
Step 6: TRB: Target Renovation Budget, dialing in on what features and finishes are most important
Step 7: OSC: On-Site Consultation, Design, or Proposal Meetings
Step 8: Review a Formal Quote or our Home Improvement Agreement
Step 9: Finish your due diligence in screening us...
Step 10: Sign the Agreement and return it with your Deposit
Step 11: Scheduling the work
Step 12: Preparing for your renovation
Step 13: What to Expect during your remodel
Step 14: The Big Reveal


What type of work does COPE provide? Our team is experienced in all manner of new home design and construction, additions, garages, renovations and remodels, along with all types of home repairs. We can assist you with Kitchens, Bathrooms, Finished Basements, New Construction, Custom Homes, Drywall, Plumbing, Electrical work, Windows, Doors, Siding, Roofing, Exteriors, mysterious water leaks and more... What Problem can we SOLVE for you?

We're your local team! When we're finished, you'll be proud to say, "It's not just done... It's #CopeBUILT!

COPE Construction and Renovation is a registered and insured Pennsylvania Home Improvement Contractor. PA88078. We look forward to serving you soon!