The objective of the design process is to clearly define in
drawings and specifications the cabinetry you want built.
Whether the project is new construction or a remodel, it is
essential that all details have been worked out before production
can begin. Clear communication and the ability to experiment
with alternative scenarios in the CAD environment ensure that the
final design result is both functional and aesthetically pleasing.
To start the process, we will meet in our design office to
review your plans and ideas.
Our first step is conceptual. Any idea sources you
have, from rough sketches, magazine photos, or architectural floor
plans, will aid in translating your concept into the design
drawings. We will discuss the materials, door styles and
finishes that will create the basis for an estimated budget for
After our conceptual meeting, we will submit a written estimate to
you summarizing the cost of the project. Upon your review
and acceptance of our estimate, we will proceed to create
drawings. At this point we require a design retainer of 5% of the
total estimated budget.
We utilize state of the art CAD software to create the first draft
of the cabinetry. A site visit, if necessary, will be made to
confirm the dimensions of the existing space. Upon completion, we
will sit down with you to review the design in depth. Using three
dimensional perspectives, we will “walk you through” the new
space. Also at this time, door and finish samples will be
After our meeting, a final set of design drawings will be
prepared, incorporating any new ideas generated in our review. A
door sample with the finish you have selected will be made to
ensure you have the customized combination that looks just right.
A schedule will be established for production, delivery and
installation. We will then submit our final cost proposal to you
which includes the drawings and specifications for the project.
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