We explore the essential question of whether a permit is needed for a kitchen remodel, detailing instances where permits are necessary for structural changes, electrical work, plumbing modifications, and gas line adjustments, providing homeowners with a comprehensive guide to navigate the permitting process.
No, we do fitted furniture for every room in the house!
A budget can be established once we determine the scope of the work based on your specific spatial needs. Many factors such as door style, finish, ceiling heights, appliance panels, etc. affect how much a project will cost. We then put together a design and proposal which includes the cabinetry and installation, as well as, the undercabinet lighting and an allowance for decorative hardware.
Unless you want wood or ThinkGlass countertops, they are not part of our Proposal. We work closely with fabricators to coordinate a project for scheduling. We have countertop samples from the major suppliers of quartz, porcelain and more. We will work with you to pull together your finish palette of cabinetry and countertops.
A great first step is coming to our showroom. It is during this initial meet and greet that we can establish if we are a good fit for your project.
Historically, cabinetry lead times have been consistently in the range of 8-10 weeks. In recent years, those lead times have been challenged. Our manufacturers give us weekly updates on those lead times so that we can plan a project accordingly.
This is a question we get quite often, the short answer is yes you can, once a retainer agreement has been signed!
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