What We Do

Leader Builders is a design-build firm, which means that we specialize in taking your vision from concept to project completion. If you have a remodeling or home addition project in mind, our designers can provide professional drawings and 3D renderings.

If you already have an architect and/or blueprints, that's great too! We will ensure that the plans conform to local codes and regulations, as well as help you decide what kind of materials and finishes you want before construction begins.

To get started, please select from the options below:


Home Addition, Larger Renovation & New Construction - How To Get Prepared

If you already have a complete set of professional drawings, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Let us know that you have a set of professional drawings (be prepared to give us both paper and electronic version if possible).
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Unless your drawings specify all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim down to model numbers, colors etc. start working on your selections and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

If you are just starting the process, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Important: locate the Plat of Survey for your property, we will need to see it in order to determine feasibility of your project. Explain what Plat of Survey is...
    • Plat of Survey is a mini map showing your property and any buildings located on it view picture. Any home addition or new construction project will be subject to zoning regulations and the Plat of Survey shows what the current status of your property is.
    • Note that during permitting process, property may need to be re-surveyed if the survey you have is not current enough based on your City/Village requirement.
    • You will usually find it in the folder where you keep your house closing papers (typically in a large yellow envelope).
  • Locate any existing plans of your current home and show them to us during the visit.
  • If you have magazine clippings or collection of the online photos, your diagrams and ideas - get them grouped and organized in the way that would permit you to transfer them to us efficiently during or before our meeting in order to help us understand your needs better.
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Start working on your selection of all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim etc. and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet.
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

Kitchen Remodeling - How To Get Prepared

If you already have a complete set of professional drawings, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Let us know that you have a set of professional drawings (be prepared to give us both paper and electronic version if possible).
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Unless your drawings specify all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim down to model numbers, colors etc. start working on your selections and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. Also look into kitchen appliances; they can have huge influence on your cabinet layout. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

If you are just starting the process, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • If your kitchen project will likely require an addition to the building, prepare for the meeting based on the Home Addition, Larger Renovation & New Construction section of Our Services menu on the top bar of this website.
  • Locate any existing plans of your current home and show them to us during the visit.
  • If you have magazine clippings or collection of the online photos, your diagrams and ideas - get them grouped and organized in the way that would permit you to transfer them to us efficiently during or before our meeting in order to help us understand your needs better.
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Start working on your selection of all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim etc. and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. Also look into kitchen appliances; they can have huge influence on your cabinet layout. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet.
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

Bathroom Remodeling - How To Get Prepared

If you already have a complete set of professional drawings, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Let us know that you have a set of professional drawings (be prepared to give us both paper and electronic version if possible).
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Unless your drawings specify all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim down to model numbers, colors etc. start working on your selections and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial. You will be spending much time working on plumbing fixtures, tile and bathroom cabinetry, so keep thinking of the special features that you may require. Examples of such may be: wall mounted toilet, shower seat or niche, thermostatic valve or electronic controls for your shower faucetry or things that become more of a standard these days like hand held showers with diverters or rain shower heads.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

If you are just starting the process, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • If your bathroom project will likely require an addition to the building, prepare for the meeting based on the Home Addition, Larger Renovation & New Construction section of Our Services menu on the top bar of this website.
  • Locate any existing plans of your current home and show them to us during the visit.
  • If you have magazine clippings or collection of the online photos, your diagrams and ideas - get them grouped and organized in the way that would permit you to transfer them to us efficiently during or before our meeting in order to help us understand your needs better.
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Start working on your selection of all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim etc. and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial. You will be spending much time working on plumbing fixtures, tile and bathroom cabinetry, so keep thinking of the special features that you may require. Examples of such may be: wall mounted toilet, shower seat or niche, thermostatic valve or electronic controls for your shower faucetry or things that become more of a standard these days like hand held showers with diverters or rain shower heads.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet.
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

Basement & Attic Finishing - How To Get Prepared

If you already have a complete set of professional drawings, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Let us know that you have a set of professional drawings (be prepared to give us both paper and electronic version if possible).
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Unless your drawings specify all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim down to model numbers, colors etc. start working on your selections and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

If you are just starting the process, click here.

  • Contact us to schedule your initial consultation
  • Locate any existing plans of your current home including the Plat of Survey for your property and show them to us during the visit.
  • If you have magazine clippings or collection of the online photos, your diagrams and ideas - get them grouped and organized in the way that would permit you to transfer them to us efficiently during or before our meeting in order to help us understand your needs better.
  • Check your calendar for when the best time for our visit would be.
  • Think of when your desired completion date is going to be.
  • Start working on your selection of all the finishes like plumbing fixtures, tile, trim etc. and give us as much information as you can. Don't forget about windows, doors, cabinetry and countertops if your project includes them. We will be happy to make our recommendations, but your input is crucial.
  • Keep notes of all the questions which you would like to ask us when we meet.
  • Make sure to have your mechanical room, electrical breaker box and water service area accessible during the visit, we are very likely going to need to see them during our visit.
  • Finally, make sure to let us know about any special needs or wishes that are not a part of typical residential remodeling process, specially the ones that could interfere with construction activities. For example if the work couldn't be conducted on the property during some specific hours or days during the week. This type of condition would influence the price of the project and would need to be known up front.

Inspiration Compilation

Expert Advice on Building a New Home

An Interview with Pete Antonow of Leader Builders Corp.

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