Chuck Miller Construction Inc. provides design-build residential and commercial building and remodeling services.

The decision to hire a home builder or remodeler can be intimidating. Your home is your biggest investment, and the best way to protect it is by hiring an ethical, professional builder / remodeler.  So we have provided you with some tools and inside information on finding, evaluating, hiring and working with a builder / remodeler.


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Checklist for Hiring a Builder or Remodeler

Do your homework before having work done on your home. Use this checklist to help you select a builder or remodeler to work on or build your home.

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Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Hiring a Professional Remodeler

The decision to hire a home remodeler can be intimidating. This section will give you the tools and inside information on finding, evaluating, hiring and working with a remodeler. Your home is your biggest investment, and the best way to protect it is by hiring an ethical, professional remodeler. Let’s get started!

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Woman Boring a Hole in a Wooden Board with a Drill Should I Hire a Professional?

A do-it-yourself project CAN be both rewarding and cost-effective. But did you know that more than 30% of all jobs remodelers perform come from failed do-it-yourselfers?

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Fact Sheet: America’s Home For Professional Remodelers

NAHB Remodelers is the leading professional organization for remodelers. Our members are recognized industry leaders who created NAHB Remodelers to differentiate their professional construction, responsible business management, and reliable customer and warranty service from the rest of the industry.

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RemodelingCostvsValue2013CoverRemodeling Cost vs Value 2013 Boise, Idaho

This report compares the average cost for 35 popular remodeling projects with the value those projects retain at resale.

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Financing Your Remodeling Project

One of the most important considerations for your home remodeling project is financing. After all, the project will go nowhere if you can’t pay for it.

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Using Building Science To Improve Home Performance

With a remodeler who understands the “building science basics” of how a home functions, you can be assured that, in addition to investing in aesthetics and livability, you are also investing in improvements that will reap the tangible rewards of comfort, energy efficiency, and durability for years to come.

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NAHBGreenBuildingProgramLogoGreen Remodeling

Green remodeling means incorporating sustainable, durable, and healthy design into homes. Energy efficiency remains the most popular tenant of green remodeling.

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EcoToolEco-Cool Remodel Tool

Click Here to take a tour through Eco-Cool’s virtual house and find ways to green up your next home remodeling project. You’ll find tips and resources ranging from selecting healthy paint products, to what you should consider when replacing your furnace, upgrading your kitchen or landscaping your yard. Green home remodeling creates healthy, comfortable spaces that can save you money, increase your home’s value and help protect the environment.


Life Expectancy of Building Components

How old is your current home? Ever wonder when you can expect to replace the furnace, the air conditioner, the appliances? What about the roofing?

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Lead-SafeLead-Safe Certified Guide to Renovate Right

This brochure describes the dangers of lead poisoning and how the practices of the remodeler will be employed to contain dust, clean, and minimize the dangers of lead paint exposure.

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The Case Against Competitive Bidding

Why it’s not in your best interest.

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energy_star_logoSeal and Insulate with ENERGY STAR

Sealing and insulating the “envelope” or “shell” of your home—its outer walls, ceiling, windows, doors, and floors—is often the most cost effective way to improve energy efficiency and comfort. A knowledgeable homeowner or skilled contractor can save up to 20% on heating and cooling costs (or up to 10% on total annual energy bills) by sealing and insulating.

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