- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?
We can provide all of the material for your project or assist you in purchasing the material to complete your project. Most of the project we do are labor cost only, however we do develop a budget estimate for the entire project to help homeowners make better decisions and give them the ability to be in better control of their projects final cost.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
Typically we begin with a call to discuss the details and answer questions about the project. After that call, if the paties decide to move forward we will visit the space and collect the information needed from the client to develop the overall budget. Once a budget is decided and agreed upon we will issue a contract to be signed. From there we will do concept and shop drawings to better understand and define the projects direction. At this point all material list and scheduling is developed and communicated. The big day comes and we begin. Being remodelers it usually starts with demo day. The dumpster arrives and we begin taking out the old interior and taking the room to a clean slate. From there we move into the prep phase in which we do the framing, moving plumbing & electric, and installing drywall and first coat of paint as required by the design. The next phase is the installation phase which has all the action. You will see the installation of cabinets, tile, countertops, trim packages, lighting and many of the specialty pieces that give the design life. Our final phase is the finishing phase. This is the the phase that allows us to do the final touches. the final painting is completed, hardware is installed, any little details are addressed. Since we have been in constant contact with the homeowner, we know we are addressing any of their concerns along the way, but you can always call us after the project is complete for any items that you wish to address.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
Almost everyone in our company grew up in the business. Our fathers and uncles taught us most of the big lessons and many of the fine details. I personally pursued Architecture and ended up as an engineer before I realized I wanted to actually make things not just draw them. I have been engrossed in the details of architecture my whole life and am very passionate about beautiful spaces and helping people change their home into what they dream it can be.