About Us

We are licensed, bonded and fully insured General Contractors. We at SK Home Designs and Remodeling take great pride in our work and our abilities to make our clients feel important and to make sure you feel the same. We believe in quality rather then quantity.

We are named as Best of Houzz Service contractors according to all our 5 star reviews on Houzz from 2016,  through today as well as our client testimonials.

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We’re the contractor real estate agents send clients to have their home remodeled after purchaser remodeled for selling.

We believe in transparency which means we give you access to your account online to check on the progress of the work being done on your home with images and videos or checking on your contract even a payment schedule to help you follow along when payment is due.

We provide Drone views of your room addition or new construction before, during and completion. We also provide a free 3D rendering of your project. We find it’s easier for clients to visualize their project and making any changes to the specific job before moving forward.

We work with many investors in restoring, upgrading or doing whatever work they need to help them resell their investment with a profit. Construction is construction whether it’s a small or large job we will run the job as if it were our own investment.

Thank you for choosing SK Home Designs and Remodeling and we look forward to working for and with you on your home remodeling project

Why Choose Us

Building a Future, Designing a Lifestyle

At our company, our goal is to be a part of your future by designing and creating a lifestyle for your home. After all, your home is where you’ll spend most of your time, so why not make it the best it can be.

As licensed General Contractors, we take pride in our work ethic and building positive relationships with our clients to make the remodeling process as stress-free as possible. We stay current with technology by using apps that provide full transparency of the project, easy access to documents, photos, and up-to-date payment schedules.

We also offer 3D renderings of the project before starting and aerial views of room additions or new constructions through our drone technology, setting us apart from the rest.

Hiring a Contractor

Choosing a contractor

Clients always say they want a job done but look for the best price. What does “best price” actually mean? Clients are told to get 3 estimates before making a decision, how do you know what is the right price? Each contractor will give their best estimate, so how do you choose? Does reputation matter? Does price make a difference? Is the company important? Are previous or current jobs of clients important? I’m sure you can come up with more and they are all very relevant questions.

Hiring the right contractor is actually more about a hunch, a gut feeling. We’re all human beings and when we meet a person we can usually feel if this person is the right person to be in a relationship or a friendship. So, hiring the right contractor is pretty much the same thing. If the contractor/project manager comes to you and makes a good impression, is knowledgeable and explains what is expected of him, this is how many clients choose there contractor. It’s not usually about price. Price can be misleading and you normally don’t get what you pay for. Under bid or over bid is a sign of a contractor/project manager who doesn’t understand the job. Don’t forget the contractor has to make money and if giving you a low price gets him the job so will the materials he uses be affected and he may also put his less qualified guys to do the job. Jobs may take longer then was quoted to you etc… Of course you’d never know till you hire him.

Company Policies


All work provided to our clients is limited only to labor and the raw and rough materials used on the job. We are not responsible for any of the finished materials supplied by the client e.g. Faucets, tile, appliances etc…

Warranties are only limited to the person on the contract and is limited to any defects from labor only from the job performed by our contractors for 1 year. Warranties are not transferrable to other family members, new homeowners or anyone not originally signed to the original contract even if the house is given its siblings or children or any other family member.


When setting up appointments with our company we ask that all homeowners on the property be at the meeting. This is very important if they can’t all be at the meeting we would prefer to reschedule when everyone can be there. Why you ask is this so important? Well, when it specifically comes to kitchens or bathrooms for example, one or both of you may have different ideas about what or how you may want it done. Budget is a big part of this job as well and the estimate will be different based on the type of work you want done. If one person is there, I would hope you would want the other to help may a decision together. It is a waste of both of our times if one or more people are not at the meeting. Most husbands or wives will not and or should not make a decision without the other.

If we are hired for the job and the other decisions makers weren’t at the meeting it would make it for a long job with delays and the price of the job would change drastically. We ask that all decision makers be at the meeting together so we can give you the right estimate and work together to accomplish your job with everyone happy.

The most expensive estimate or the middle estimate has its challenges as well. Don’t choose them till you fully understand what the project manager is telling you what he’s going to do. The middle estimate may end up being more expensive then the more expensive estimate, it’s understanding what each will do, how the job will be done and how qualified the guys being used for the job? Remember the rule “ buyer beware”. Most project managers add there commission to the price he quotes you. This is how he makes his money.

Remember, when hiring a contractor/project manager, he must be registered with the CSLB (Contractors State License Board). A project manager is normally a salesperson and must be finger printed and checked if he has any sort of a criminal record. The project manager must have on there person a card from the CSLB and show it to the client before giving any estimate. If they don’t have a card then they must leave and or be reported to the CSLB and file a complaint against the company that sent them. This is for your protection. CSLB website is www.cslb.ca.gov

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