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Design Process : In order to estimate your project, we need a design of the area. If you do not have a designer, we will work with you on designing your room. In the planning stage of a kitchen remodel, think about how you and other family members function in the room on a day to day basis.

If you are building an addition or a new house, you should have scaled plans professionally drawn by an architect or builder. If you are remodeling, measurements of your existing room will be used to create scaled drawings. You can use your own designer, or we can design the room with you.

Typically before we design, we discuss key layout issues with you:

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Design Process

  • Where you prefer to place the main sink? Do you need a prep sink?
  • Do you want an island? Penninsula?
  • Do you need an eating area? Raised or counter height?
  • What appliances do you plan to use?
  • Do you need a desk or message center?
  • How many people work in the kitchen at a time?
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After learning about your family’s preferences, we design a space that works well with your particular cooking and entertainment lifestyle. After the plan is on paper, we can easily customize the storage areas to organize, optimize, and utilize the space.

We design with Cabnetware, a software CAD program, which can quickly convert our floor plan drawings into dimensional perspective drawings. These drawings help you visualize the new room and make changes before we begin the building stage.

If you have any more questions or want to begin to work with one of our designers, give us a call or submit your information using the form found here.

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Floor Plan

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Perspective