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Bath & Kitchen Design Process: Second Meeting

Second Meeting – Site Survey

Our next meeting takes place at your house. Your Designer needs to understand your home, bathroom or kitchen as it is now.

One or more designers will measure your space based upon established NKBA standards, which is different from the standards a carpenter or handyman might use. From these measurements we will create a duplicate plan of your existing space in Chief Architect, our design software.

Your designer will assess the capacities and limitations of your bath, kitchen and home. We will:

 

  • Determine how ingress, egress and through-ways could be improved
  • See how the space to be remodeled fits in with the layout of the rest of the home and even property lot
  • Assess duct work or radiators for any possible issues
  • Review the panel box for electric capacity
  • Look at where the gas and water enters the house

While on site our showroom discussions continue. What do you love and hate about the space. What are your aspirations. This may seem repetitive to the questions and discussions in the showroom but its not. Communication and understanding is something we all know can be difficult. The more time put into it the better the outcome.

This is also the point at which we take the picture for the dramatic before and after display!

 

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