The Typical Whole House, Addition & Remodel Design Process
First Meeting - During our first meeting, I will introduce you to how I work and show some examples of previous projects. It
is a great way for us to become acquainted. Please bring anything you have collected to this meeting including lot information, clippings or collaborate with me on Houzz.
Design - We will work from scratch through the first floor plan and once that is established, we move on to either
the second floor or the basement floor plan. During this time I am also looking at the form of the home in 3D. After the initial plans are fairly well set, I then move to the
outside of your home to work on the exterior design elements in greater detail. Then we move back inside your home to work on the interior design of the kitchen & living room in
3D. I use the latest 3D software that allows us to move through your home both inside and outside providing you a 360 degree view of your home. This includes solar angles for any time of day of
Specifications - I offer an additional services of developing specifications. These are helpful if you are bidding with several contractors. By the time these are completed, a majority of your
home-building decisions will have been made.
Bidding - During the bidding phase, I answer any contractor and subcontractor questions and help to move the bidding process along if
Construction - In the base fee, I will make four site visits to your home to check on the progress and verify that the
builder is following the construction documents. Additionally, I am always available as a resource for you and the builder. Should you prefer
more site visits, these can be added to your project.
Fee - Pricing is based on square footage of home, neighborhood location & complexity of design, not hourly or per meeting. The quote
after we meet is a fixed fee and won't change unless the scope changes. There are no limits on revisions or meetings. With technology, I will work anywhere in Nebraska with video
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