Boise Builder Remodeler Chuck Miller is a nationally recognized design-build residential and commercial builder and remodeler with more than 40 years of building experience.
Chuck Miller Construction Inc. specializes in energy-efficiency, Green building, and universal design for accessibility, adaptability, and aging-in-place.
If you like what you see here, why not schedule a meeting to discuss your new home or remodeling project. You'll receive a free design consultation and preliminary cost estimate.
Call (208)229-2553 or (208)571-0755 or
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Gwen and Ryan Clark wanted more space for guests and entertaining. Like their fellow Hidden Springs residents, Dave and Shelley Baldiga, they loved Hidden Springs and didn't want to move. They had even considered buying another home in Hidden Springs. Then they heard about Dave and Shelley's "attic transformation" and called us. Watch as we show you how it was done.
Additional videos featuring our new home and remodeling projects can be viewed on our YouTube Videos page.
Your home may be the most significant investment you will ever make, but what criteria do you use when selecting a Builder or Remodeler? How do you know who will do the best job?
License or Registration?Chuck Miller Construction Inc. is a Register Contracting Entity in Idaho. However, there are no federal requirements for training or licensing builders or remodelers, not does the State of Idaho license builders or remodelers. In Idaho, builders and remodelers are simply required to register with the Idaho Contractors Board and carry Workers Compensation and General Liability Insurance. There are NO education, experience, or examination requirements for registration. Building construction is inspected only for compliance with minimum Fire and Life Safety standards.
Experience? Chuck Miller has more than 40 years of experience in the home building and construction industry and more than 20 years in the building and remodeling business in Boise, Idaho.
Reputation? Chuck Miller is a nationally recognized design-build residential and commercial builder and remodeler who has built a solid reputation for honesty, integrity, and quality during his 20 years in the building and remodeling business in Boise, Idaho. But don’t just take our word for it. Visit the Testimonials page on our website and read what our clients have to say about their experience.
Professionalism Chuck Miller has earned more professional designations from the National Association of Home Builders than any builder or remodeler in Idaho including the Graduate Master Builder, Certified Aging-In-Place Specialist, and Certified Green Professional designations. Professional designations can help you identify builders and remodelers who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence by taking continuing education courses to improve their management skills and keep informed on trends and techniques in building. Chuck Miller has demonstrated his commitment to excellence and is dedicated to delivering a superior product and an exceptional building or remodeling experience.
Spring is the time of year when many Americans make plans to remodel their homes. May is National Home Remodeling Month, and the NAHB Remodelers reminds you to only trust your dreams for your home to a qualified professional remodeler like Chuck Miller Construction Inc.
This month, Chuck Miller Construction Inc. has been selected for three (3) remodeling projects:
We have recently added a new resource for our visitors considering remodeling their home to improve its energy efficiency - the PATH Energy Efficient Rehab Advisor
This Web-based tool will help you integrate energy efficiency into your remodeling or rehab project. Enter the type of home, the climate zone (We are in the North Central) and the age of your home, select Whole House from the menu on the left and it will provide recommended energy efficiency measures, the associated costs, energy savings and additional benefits of incorporating the measures. Then call us.
Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report Boise Idaho 2013
Remodeling magazine has published its Remodeling Cost vs. Value Report 2013.
This site compares the average cost for 35 popular remodeling projects in Boise, Idaho with the value those projects retain at resale.
1. Click the Download button for a PDF with Boise's data.
For more information about individual projects:
1. Click on a project name to see a description and a 3-D model.
2. Sort any column by clicking on the column header.
3. For more information on the Remodeling 2013 Cost vs. Value Report, click on any of the links listed at right. More...
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A recent survey conducted by John Burns Real Estate Consulting, LLC offered some insight into why prospective shoppers are reluctant to purchase. Of the more than 20,000 people who had recently visited a new home community and responded to the survey questions, 75% were current homeowners, 20% were renters, and 3% were living with their parents.
98% prefer ownership over renting for their next home. Although 20% of those who took the survey are currently renting, only 2% of them prefer to rent today. 2% said they wanted to rent for their next move but 68% of that 2% want to buy a home in the future.
Young couples and families were the most likely to choose homeownership over renting for next move.
75% said they would move for the right opportunity, 32% expect to move in the next year, and 25% do not know when they will move. Only 24% said they are very satisfied with their current home and have no desire to move.
64% responded “yes” or “maybe” to “What obstacles? It’s a great time to buy!”
When asked about the obstacles to buying a home today, the top three obstacles cited were:
Bad time to sell
Lack of confidence in the market
Only 23% said qualifying for a home was a potential obstacle. 50% cited some lack of confidence in the market and, although lack of confidence in the market was most common among the older, more mature buyers; the more mature, experienced buyers were also the ones most likely to recognize that now is the right time to buy a home.