Cube Architectural Drafting & Design

Sugar Land, TX

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About this pro

How does your business stand out?

We provide services for a wide range of applications including architectural, civil, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, detail drawings and document to CAD transfers, Need to see what your home will look like before it's built? We can create life like 3D drawings and you can tour the interior and exterior of your home to make final decisions, before you make that big investment. Click on 3d renderings tab to view our samples. Need someone to come out and take measurements for existing homes or office spaces for future projects? We can come out to your home or location and take measurements for future projects. Our company is highly versed in creating remarkable drawings. Whether you need professional drawings or someone to come out and take measurements for information on future projects. We take pride in our work . “Our plans are to keep you satisfied” Give us a call today so we can make plans to make plans!

What do you enjoy about the work you do?

The creative challenge my career has to offer! I love everything about it and it shows in my work. I love to please people and to see the finish product built. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than to see my design being built and a satisfied client. The pure fact that I'm leaving a piece of me on this earth is satisfaction to levels I can not express. My work speaks for its self and always will long after I'm gone! That's what Iike about my work.
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Sugar Land, TX 77498



What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
I'm in the process of learning another software that produce high end renderings that make my design look like an actual photo. These are called "Photo Realistic Renderings" It's hard to tell the difference.
How did you get started doing this type of work?
I've always loved architecture since I was a small child. There is such a rewarding challenge to it. When I was in school my teacher told my mom that I fall on the creative side and should take drawing lessons. People have talents and they should act upon them. That's a gift from God. So many times people ignore it and chase the dollar by going to school for something they were not meant to do only to find out they hate it. Doing something you love, I believe the love and passion for it comes first and the money will follow. I would rather have a career that pays less and I love it than one that pays more but I hate it.
What types of customers have you worked with?
House plans, space planning
Describe a recent project you are fond of. How long did it take?
Just completed a church and sold 2 house plans and re-designed them. Square footage 8,000 sqft very proud and have them displayed both pre-designed renderings and actual photo under construction and complete.
What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?
I'm someone you can trust and that includes a package of loving and having great passion for my work. In return a client gets excellent work done. The client will not be paying extra because someone doesn't like what they do. Often times that happens. I'm easy going and not someone who gets frustrated real easy. Loving what you do make all the difference in the world in what the finished product is going to turn out. It's in my best interest to do a good job. For every drawing I create that's one more client I could get. I built my business off of referrals. My work sells its self. "Actions Speaks Louder than words. I have plenty of references to back it.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?
I find that most of my work comes from referrals. I find it much harder get work from ads anything associated with not linking you with someone they know. And for good reason. I'm the same way. In today's world we live in it's really hard to trust people, companies etc you don't know especially in the career I'm in. When I started my company I had know Idea that there were so many people out their you can't trust. When I do business with someone and they would ask me for all this information etc. I would think to myself. "I'm a trust worthy guy why do they need all that?" When you go into business for yourself. It's all clear. There are so many people you can't trust. I used to do drawing without taking a deposit first. After a few times of not getting paid and having to chase them down. I now take a deposit. It's both sides. Just hard to trust theses days. I have a great reputation and references to back me up. I believe in honest work.