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Design2Completion System

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The First Step: Understand Your Needs and Your Goals

We always begin by understanding what you want to achieve from remodeling your home.  Each project is a relationship that needs to be built on trust, understanding and clear communication.  No project can be successful without those elements.  Once these are defined, we can move ahead with a design agreement.

Step 2: Site Measurements and Existing Conditions

With the design agreement signed, we come to your home to measure the existing space inside and out. Detailed measurements help us prepare a design that will help us reach your goals.

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Step 3: Designing the Possibilities

Using the site measurements, we can explore the possibilities for your home. We develop computer-aided diagrams and sketches that detail design options. We meet to gather your input and feedback to bring your vision into the final design.

Step 4: Product and Finish Selections

With a final design, we can work with you to plan the detailed elements of the project. We work closely with you to select flooring, lighting, countertops, cabinet colors and more. We include renderings so you can visualize how your remodel will look when completed.

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Step 5: In-House Finance Solutions

We offer in-house financing as another means to help you achieve your vision and goals for your investment.

Step 6: Construction Agreements, Specifications & Permits

After the design is finalized, we move to the construction agreement. We prepare all the drawings to obtain permits from your local building department. With permits in hand, we have a pre-construction meeting to review what you can expect as construction happens in your house.

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Step 7: Construction and the Final Product

Once permits are issued, construction can begin. You will be assigned a project manager who will meet with you on a weekly basis for the entire project.

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