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Initial Consultation

A Classic Cabinets & Interiors designer will speak with the client about what they are looking for as far as needs and wants in their new kitchen or bath. They will get an idea of what the client likes as far as cabinetry wood species, door style, and finishes. At this time they will also speak about countertop options, cabinetry features, and other products.

On-Site Field Measure

The designer will then come to the job to obtain measurements and locations of all openings, windows, current appliance placement and all other relevant job information.

Coming to the job site or home also gives the designer an opportunity to meet again with the homeowner before working up the design and layout. The designer can get a feel for the client’s taste and style to help marry the old with the new renovation if working on a remodel.

Dimensional Drawings

The designer will design the layout with the computer program 20-20 Design to create a floor plan and elevations, complete with dimensions and product types.

These drawings, once finalized, will also be used as installation drawings for the installer once the job is sold.

Perspective Drawings

These drawings help give the client a representation of what the completed job will look like once completed. The perspective drawings help demonstrate workspace available, traffic clearances, molding stacks, and overall aesthetics.

Estimate & Order

Classic Cabinets & Interiors will provide a complete estimate based on the scope of the services and products being provided. Once the drawings are finalized and the estimate is approved, the estimate and drawings will need a sign-off. Classic Cabinets & Interiors requires 100% down on cabinetry to order and 75% down on all other products and services. The remaining balance will be due upon completion.

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