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Design Process

Stage 1

Set up a consultation to go over the project. Recommended to have the set of plans.
Develop a plumbing and hardware schedule by area/room.
Discuss finishes, any size restrictions for materials, style preferences, and budget.
Decide selections from showroom displays and catalogs.

Stage 2

Finalize plumbing and hardware schedules with selections from the showroom meeting.
Follow up with additional meetings to fine-tune schedules with budget figures and selection preferences if needed.
Create Spec-book with images as needed for client and general contractor/plumbers.
The client signs off on the finished quote. Submit deposit/payment for ordering.

Stage 3

Communication with the client or general contractor/plumber/installers as material arrives at the showroom to deliver to the job site.
Final payment from the client.
Deliver material to the site.
Follow up with any questions as material installed and acquire any punch list items as needed.

Helpful Hints & Tips

When planning a project, it's always best to bring as much information as you can. Photos of items or rooms you love are always helpful!

Redecorating: Keeping structures the same, just replacing hardware and plumbing.

There will be some restrictions on your choices. What you will need to know:

  • Make of plumbing in showers so we can tell you what trim will fit existing valves.
  • Cabinet hardware sizes and cabinet count
  • Door hardware sizes, functions, and handing

Remodels: Changing structures (like taking the shower down to the studs), replacing cabinet doors, and drawer fronts

No restrictions on your choices. What you will need to know:

  • Cabinet hardware count
  • Door hardware sizes, functions, and handing.

Cabinet hardware: You will need to know your hardware's existing pre-drilled hole size. The measurement is center to center of the holes or better yet bring in a piece of the old hardware or a drawer to get the correct sizing.

Door hardware:  You will need to know the thickness of the door, the backset of the hardware, the edge of the door to the center of the hole and the handing of the door. You will also need to know the function of the door, and if it is a tubular door or a mortise lock.