Designer-Led Remodeling

Designer-Led Remodeling

During a complete ground floor rebuild, Rainey and her team were in control of the entire process giving us the freedom to continue raising four children. Our home is warm and beautiful. We can’t thank Rainey enough.
– Larry and Tracy Gregory.

With over a decade of experience in remodeling homes, predicting and managing the challenges of construction projects has become an integral part of my job. I’ve been fortunate enough to surround myself with a team of contractors whom I know and trust.

My projects include kitchen and bath remodels, room additions, outdoor kitchens and complete renovations.  

I like to manage the entire process, from tear-out to completion, to ensure continuity between design, construction and the final space. Here is what to expect with the Designer-Led Remodeling process:

Step 1:  Initial On-site Meeting: Meeting on-site is important to help brainstorm and visualize. In this initial step, we’ll discuss your vision, budget, and time frame, and present some ideas of how we can best transform the space. If your project requires moving walls or completely renovating an area, I will request that one of my trusted architects come back for a second meeting to consider structural limitations and additions and help sketch out a rough floor plan.

Step 2:  Contractor Meeting: The contractors will walk the project, provide input and take measurements for materials.

Step 3:  Proposal:  You’ll receive a written bid that details the scope of work, allowances and approximate time frame to complete your project. The project is officially launched upon finalizing the contract.

Step 4:  Project Launch.  Before and during construction, we visit granite yards, tile and flooring companies, paint stores, lighting and hardware stores to choose countertops, flooring, backsplash, paint, appliances and any other materials needed for your project. This will require several meetings and will help shape the general theme of your design.

Step 5:  Project Management: I like to personally keep a close eye on the construction process to ensure you are getting the space you want. You’ll often find me at your home, frequently meeting with my contractors to discuss tile, flooring, countertop and cabinet layout, and all other details. You can expect weekly (sometimes daily) communication and progress reports.

Step 6: Delivering the Keys: Once you’re happy with everything and the team and I have run through our quality control checklist, we request your presence for a final review to ensure you are satisfied with our work and ready to finally move in.

With over a decade of experience in remodeling homes, predicting and managing the challenges of construction projects has become an integral part of my job. I’ve been fortunate enough to surround myself with a team of contractors whom I know and trust.

My projects include kitchen and bath remodels, room additions, outdoor kitchens and complete renovations.  

I like to manage the entire process, from tear-out to completion, to ensure continuity between design, construction and the final space. Here is what to expect with the Designer-Led Remodeling process:

Step 1:  Initial On-site Meeting: Meeting on-site is important to help brainstorm and visualize. In this initial step, we’ll discuss your vision, budget, and time frame, and present some ideas of how we can best transform the space. If your project requires moving walls or completely renovating an area, I will request that one of my trusted architects come back for a second meeting to consider structural limitations and additions and help sketch out a rough floor plan.

Step 2:  Contractor Meeting: The contractors will walk the project, provide input and take measurements for materials.

Step 3:  Proposal:  You’ll receive a written bid that details the scope of work, allowances and approximate time frame to complete your project. The project is officially launched upon finalizing the contract.

Step 4:  Project Launch.  Before and during construction, we visit granite yards, tile and flooring companies, paint stores, lighting and hardware stores to choose countertops, flooring, backsplash, paint, appliances and any other materials needed for your project. This will require several meetings and will help shape the general theme of your design.

Step 5:  Project Management: I like to personally keep a close eye on the construction process to ensure you are getting the space you want. You’ll often find me at your home, frequently meeting with my contractors to discuss tile, flooring, countertop and cabinet layout, and all other details. You can expect weekly (sometimes daily) communication and progress reports.

Step 6: Delivering the Keys: Once you’re happy with everything and the team and I have run through our quality control checklist, we request your presence for a final review to ensure you are satisfied with our work and ready to finally move in.

Designer-Led Remodeling

During a complete ground floor rebuild, Rainey and her team were in control of the entire process giving us the freedom to continue raising four children. Our home is warm and beautiful. We can’t thank Rainey enough.
– Larry and Tracy Gregory.

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