Whole Home Renovation

RCA Contractors is the right choice for any homeowner interested in a major renovation of a South Florida residence. Max Tripodi, a Florida general contractor, has years of experience in completely remodeling homes and takes pride in providing his clients with quality finished projects.

Our workmanship meets the highest industry standards because Max believes all homeowners should have residences of which they can be proud.

Comprehensive Home Remodeling

A comprehensive RCA Contractors remodel involves multiple rooms and other areas in and outside a home, including:

  • Bathrooms (master, guest, powder room and Jack-and-Jill layouts for side-by-side children’s bedrooms)
  • Bedrooms (master, guest, children)
  • Dining areas (formal, breakfast nooks and counter seating)
  • Exercise/gym rooms
  • Family and play rooms
  • Garages and storage areas
  • Great rooms and open floor plans
  • Hallways and breezeways
  • Kitchens (interior standard and specialty)
  • Shower Enclosures
  • Libraries and studies, and
  • Summer kitchens and other outside structures (relaxation areas, living rooms, garden sheds, pergolas and “she” sheds).

Max’s knowledge of structural and mechanical systems helps RCA carefully (1) remove and relocate walls and stairs, (2) create additions and (3) oversee upgrades of mechanical systems, such as HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning), electrical and plumbing.

Coordination of Design & Construction Teams

Anyone who has ever remodeled a home knows how important it is to select a reliable and trustworthy contracting company that works well with a design team to achieve a quality remodel in a timely fashion using the newest and most energy efficient building materials. These are key characteristics of Max Tripodi and his team.

Architects usually lead residential design teams. A homeowner may begin a whole home remodeling project by first contacting an architect, who suggests a few contractors to bid the project once initial design and detailed working drawings are complete.

Or the process may begin with the homeowner selecting a general contractor, like Max, who can recommend trusted architects. Either way, your general contractor should be an important liaison to the design team and help it to keep costs within budget.

Design & Construction Team Professionals

Max’s style is to meet routinely with the designer, subcontractors and supply teams to see that a project follows plans and is completed on schedule.

Aside from the architect and the homeowner (a crucial participant in the entire project) RCA’s home renovation team may include an interior designer and engineers who create the electrical, mechanical and plumbing plans. It may also encompass kitchen and lighting designers as well as landscaping experts.

Max oversees the work of many subcontractors on his construction team, such as:

  • Carpenters/cabinetmakers
  • Carpet and flooring installers
  • Dry wall installers
  • Electricians
  • Exterior siding specialists
  • Framers
  • Fencing crews
  • Green building specialists for energy conservation
  • HVAC workers
  • Masons for indoor and outdoor brick and stone work
  • Plumbers
  • Specialty equipment installers (such as those working on security systems and emergency generators) and
  • Window installers.

Budget, Schedule & Communication

Excellent general contractors manage all the details that go into staying within budget, such as keeping track of change orders and finding new sources of equipment and building materials when suppliers fail to deliver.

Although customers may find Max Tripodi helping to frame a roof or install a staircase, he is equally likely to be attending to budgetary matters, contacting the architect about problems in design plans and making sure that supplies and subcontractors are available as scheduled to meet construction targets.

Despite the necessity of meeting a schedule, Max makes sure his sub-contractors begin and end their work hours on time so clients can be good neighbors and warn nearby homeowners about when to expect construction noise. Most importantly he makes sure his construction sites are tidied up at the end of the day so they do not become eyesores or safety hazards.

Efficient general contractors, like Max, regularly set aside time for communicating with clients — often first-time homebuyers or empty nesters seeking a fresh look for their homes – about the construction schedule and to address any concerns they may have about their project.

Permits, Inspections & Troubleshooting

When selecting a general contractor for a complete home renovation project, homeowners need a firm like RCA and a general contractor like Max Tripodi to unwind all of the red tape, such as building permits, to keep the construction project moving forward.

Max is well-acquainted with municipal and State agencies that oversee building, health and zoning code. Sometimes this work can be daunting. However, being experienced with these agencies, Max minimizes stress for his home renovation clients and everyone working on their projects.

When renovating your shelter, it is our goal not only to provide maximum quality and minimum stress but also to get the job done as quickly as possible. We want to help you return home to a house you can celebrate without delay. Contact RCA Contractors today to transform your home into a dream house.

Minimum Project Budget: $500,000.00

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(954) 931 – 6688

 

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