who do we work for?
who does the work?
who should we talk to?
what should I look for?
what should I ask?
where does the work get done?
where do things come from?
where do we start?
when does the work get done?
when can you start?
why renovate?
why hire Foremost?
how come it takes so long?
how do you contact Foremost?

Most components of construction are broken down into specific trades, with that one individual responsible for their work. That person may or may not have an apprentice or a helper. For example, the plumber might come alone on the finish trip, but he probably had a helper when he set the tub at rough-in. There are too many trades to mention, but they only do what they do. Don't expect the hardwood flooring guy to install baseboards - it's 2 different jobs. Even the crew that installs the drywall doesn't tape or sand, that's all done by other workers.
 


 



We just finished working in this house when the designer pulled me aside to say how great things looked, but something was nagging at her. The door to the basement was removed to create a drywall arch to match the existing opening into the kitchen. It made all the difference.
 
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