The success of any project rests on the quality of its design. Our process starts by using all your information to develop an initial concept set of plans. This set of plans focuses more on space planning rather than interior aesthetics. The goal is to present the best options that work well with your home. These first sets of plans are a great way to start to see what is possible for your space.
- Narrow down the layout
- Start to figure out the look and feel of the finished home
- Use 3D walkthroughs to get a sense of space
This is the core of our whole design development process. We will take your initial design feedback and use it to improve your plans. As you progress towards your final design, each revised set of plans has more finishing details added to it. Details such as kitchen cabinet visuals, wall treatments, flooring choices, and paint colours, to name a few. All done with realistic photo renderings of the interior and exterior of your home to better help visualize your new space.
- Revise till it is perfect
- Add cabinetry details
- Add finishes
- Photo-realistic renderings
By this stage, your project’s design is complete, and you’re happy with the look and feel of things. We then take your finalized plans, add the necessary information, and send them in to start the permitting process. Permitting can take a while as your plans must clear a zoning and building review to get approved. During the permitting timeframe, we get to work finalizing the finishing details and selections for your project. We also set your project’s budget and schedule and book your construction start date. This gives you the time you need to get things organized on your end, whether to find another place to live or rework the one you’re in so we can do the required work.
Looking for Design Services?
Our in-house team of designers can take care of all your home design and permitting needs. Please click below for a complete list of our design services
Looking for Build Services?
We offer all the same build services without the design element required. Please note a professional design of some sort is still needed.
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