Planning and Measurement
When visiting our fully customized showroom, bring a rough sketch of your kitchen with measurements in inches. This helps us to understand your needs and requirements. Talk with us and explain briefly what you have in mind for your kitchen so we can come up with the best design to fit your needs. If you feel comfortable with one of our designers, you can make an appointment with the designer to come to your home and take accurate measurements of the kitchen area.
The design is the most important aspect for a customer who is buying a new kitchen. The designer will help answer any
questions which you may have. We encourage our customers to ask questions; they are the stepping stones for us to develop your dream kitchen. This information collected, along with the accurate measurements of your kitchen area, will help
us proceed to the next phase.
CAD (Computer Aided Design) Drawing
CAD is a computer design layout of what your kitchen may look like. With the measurements, and the information collected of what you desire, our designer will prepare 2-3 computer designed layouts or CAD (Computer Aided Drawings) to give you a taste of what your kitchen can look like. In addition, we will ask for your input about the placement of cabinets, accessories, and hardware to fit your design.
When choosing materials, your choice should be based on your taste, requirements, and kitchen layout. Feel free to ask about the costs, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each material. It may not seem like much, but the choice of materials could have a great impact on the lifetime of your kitchen.
After the selection of materials, we should be able to supply you with a rough estimate of the cost, and the timeline needed to
complete the project.
After you are satisfied with the cost and design of your new kitchen, please allow yourself the time to review the quotes and
designs, before the signing of any contract. Be sure to maintain contact with your designer during the project regarding the progress of your brand-new kitchen.
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