Renovating your home starts with your dreams and vision for your living space. Most likely, you’ve been envisioning your remodel for a long time and are ready to get started but are unsure of what that is all going to look like. In this blog, we help you understand how the design/build concept works, our proven process, and what to expect along the way.
HOW THE DESIGN/BUILD CONCEPT WORKS
We have developed a proven process we go through with all our clients that spans from the initial design consultation through construction and then on to completion.
We start by asking several questions to get to know you and your style. We listen carefully so we can weave our knowledge and creativity with your hopes and dreams to enhance your home. Our principal objective is to guide you through every aspect of the remodel: from room layout/space plan to the most important detail of your remodel.
Each design phase has similar elements that we craft uniquely to you and the variables involved in your design concept. Your project may include creating hand-drawn renderings or computer-generated 3D views of your new kitchen, bathroom, or floorplan. Each rendering or 3-D view is drawn so that you can preview the feel of your new kitchen or bathroom before construction starts. Throughout project development, our professional designer is there to lead you through each step.
The initial consultation usually occurs with a phone call where we will discuss your remodeling project. We answer the questions you have about our process, construction, project management. Then, we ask several questions, to get to know a little about you, your home and what you envision for your remodel.
Next, we schedule a no-obligation consultation safely in-home or virtually if preferred. During this consultation we:
- Explore your space
- Define the initial Scope of Work
- Learn more about your lifestyle and preferences
- Answer the design questions you have
- Discuss comparable budget ranges from similar projects
If you find we are a good fit: personality, design concept, and estimated budget, we begin our design and pre-construction phase.
The Design Phase will take our preliminary concepts and budget to the finished design and fixed budget with all selections made. This includes collaborating on all the details which include:
- Floor plan options
- Appliance Selection
- Cabinet styles and color choices
- Countertop material and slab selection
- Tile selections including decorative accents for backsplashes, floors, or showers
- Plumbing features including styles, finishes, and locations
- Electrical features, lighting fixtures, and their placement
- Coordinate color choices for all features and walls
Our goal is to create the space(s) that you will be proud of and your family and friends will enjoy. At Design Phase completion, the plan is in place: every product is specified, each trade partner is on board, the drawings are ready, and the budget is set and approved by you. Time to execute the plan.
The Plan – our specification documents that itemize all product selections, the scope of the remodel work to complete, drawings of the particulars, and budget amounts – become part of the Construction Contract. These documents encompass “The Plan” and serve as the guide for our production team. They work together with our professional designer during the Design Phase to ensure that all construction requirements are met.
Throughout the Build Phase, our Project Manager is there to execute the details of the plan. The Project Manager is your day-to-day hands-on leader of your remodel and point of contact. As with all the phases of your remodel, communication and collaboration continue until the project is complete.
For high-end home design, build, and remodeling that reflects your vision, our NARI Certified Designers will work hand in hand with you to create a space that not only adds value to your home but brings you joy! Call us at (602) 478-5102 if you would like to discuss your remodeling project with our award-winning designers and builders.
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