Our Remodeling Process
When you get started on any remodeling job, you have an idea of what you are looking for. Whether a kitchen, bath, or any other room, you probably have thoughts about color, cabinet style, and so on. You know the rough size of the room as well. But what you may not realize is that you will be making many more choices about your remodeled room than you probably ever thought about.
Visit our Showroom
As you start the process you are strongly encouraged to visit our showroom and look around at the various displays. When you decided to change up a room in your home or office, you probably developed an idea of what you wanted in your head. Visiting our showroom will give you a better idea of the range of options you have available to you. You'll also see the wide selection of cabinet materials, colors, and finishes, as well as countertop surfaces on display and materials to choose from.
Make an Appointment with one of our Designers
Remodeling projects require lots of decision making. Our Designers want to understand your needs, your wishes, how you will utilize the room, and so on. It's more than just us selling you cabinets and counters. We work with you to make the entire process easier.
You should anticipate at least two to three meetings with your Designer to learn about our product offerings and help you make the right decisions.
Bring Your Inspirations With You
Bring magazines, photos, and newspaper clippings. Show us the things that inspire you so we can help you design the perfect room. If you have color paint swatches, tile samples, floor samples, or anything that you have fallen in love with... Bring it in so we can help you incorporate these things into your new room.
Expect a Home Visit for Measurements
Your Designer will visit your home or office space to take measurements of the room being remodeled. With the measurements in hand, your Designer can then incorporate elements from your design wish list into your updated room and work within your budget.
Finalize the New Design
You'll then come back in to meet with your Designer one last time to finalize the design of your new room.