You know what stinks?

When you spend too much on your renovations, or hire the wrong people, or don't hire a designer because they're too expensive, or fumble through a DIY spending more meaning you actually could have afforded help, or only go to the dang big-box-stores and buy the generic stuff!

Are you nodding your head yet? 

Can you sense my frustration?

Well guess what?  I can help.

 

 

But wait, there's more.

I'm throwing in 3 FREE bonuses

 
 
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BONUS 1

HOW I REMODELED MY $50,000+ KITCHEN FOR $20,000.

 

BONUS 2

IF I ONLY HAD $2000, WHAT WOULD I DO TO DESIGN/REMODEL A KITCHEN

(THIS IS FOR YOU SUPER TIGHT BUDGET FOLKS!) 

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BONUS 3

THIS ONE IS KIND OF NUTS. DESIGNERS GET TRADE DISCOUNTS, WHICH MEANS A PERCENT OFF MOST STORES/VENDORS OUT THERE. I WILL LET YOU USE MY TRADE DISCOUNT FOR 1 PURCHASE. AND HONESTLY, I DON'T EVEN CARE IF IT'S FOR YOUR KITCHEN. EYEING UP THAT WEST ELM COUCH OR TUFTED BED AT WAYFAIR. HAVE AT IT.

THIS DISCOUNT ALONE COULD SAVE YOU MORE MONEY THAN THE COST OF MY COURSE. (I TOLD YOU I WAS NUTS! BUT IT'S SOMETHING I WANT TO TRY BECAUSE MY GOAL TRULY IS TO HELP YOU LOVE YOUR HOUSE FOR LESS, AND IF I EXTEND MY TRADE DISCOUNTS TO MY 1:1 CLIENTS THEN I HAVE TO FIND A WAY TO DO IT FOR YOU, TOO, RIGHT?

THIS IS FOR YOU, IF...

 

you want to save 50%

You want to learn how I remodel my client's spaces for about 50% the cost of the next company with the SAME high level of design and craftsmanship. I'll give you a hint...it isn't by choosing cheap materials. Or DIY'ing the entire thing. Not even close. It's a combination of who does the work and my design tips. I'm a hybrid designer / contractor so by combining these 2 skills I'm able to deliver projects for a fraction what most remodels cost. And I want to teach you exactly how I do it.

 

you're like me

You want to remodel your space on your own as much as possible. You might be on your 2nd or 3rd renovation. Or maybe you've watched your friends or family do it, and now it's your first. So wouldn't it be nice to have another expert share their insight on where to save, where to spend, how to design a space, where to buy stuff, when to DIY something and when to bring in the skilled labor, what to avoid, and so on? 

 

you can't afford a designer

If you can't afford (or heck, don't WANT) to hire a designer because you've got that skill and passion yourself (awesome!), then you know first hand that we all do things a bit differently. This will help push your designs further. It'll also help you stand your ground when working with the various subs on your project knowing I've got your back. And honestly, maybe you just want my trade discounts, and that's cool too.  

you want to be a designer

Ok so you aren't getting any design school accredidation here. But guess what, I don't have that either. And I'm pretty sure I'm running a successful design and remodel company over here. eh hem. 😊 I'm going to teach you everything I do for my clients, so you're basically going to be trained to think like me! Now that's pretty nifty, right?

 

Wait, did you catch my note about the trade discount? (Bonus 3)

Don't miss out on this one. If you use this trade discount wisely, I'd actually be paying YOU to buy my course. 

No, seriously. Think about it. It's $500 to buy the course, but you can use my trade discount on something worth more than that. Sky is the limit, actually. Do it now before the September deal is over.