• The Process

Our initial consultation will establish the nature of the project, your ‘Wish List’ and your estimated budget. A detailed survey and drawings of the existing property are key to providing the essential information we require to enable us to design and specify the proposed scheme.

Major building projects may require planning approval from the local authority, our highly experienced Surveyor and Structural Engineer will take care of every detail.

Larger scale drawings will provide more precise detail for kitchens, Bathrooms and Bespoke Joinery, we source outstanding and beautiful products throughout Europe for which we can provide competitive quotations.

Why not consider 3D renderings of specific areas, to enhance the overall look and give a clearer understanding of the intricate details.

With all the formalities in place, our highly skilled workforce will take that dream into reality.

Step 1:

We offer you an initial free consultation to discuss your requirements and leave with a better understanding of what is required. We take into account your budget, timescales and any building issues that might arise. We can therefore make an experienced decision on what the next stage should be, saving your time and money.

Step 2:

We proceed with a site survey which will become the foundations for the design and build structure. The survey fee will be adjusted accordingly i.e a new extension will require a full survey as opposed to a new kitchen which will require a part survey.
At this stage Part 1 of our Fee will be charged TBC.

Step 3:

Once we have a detailed specification of the project areas we will then produce drawings and in some cases 3D visuals (additional cost) so that you can obtain a better feel and understanding of how your new addition or space will look.

Step 4:

On approval of the plans we will then put together and identify the overall cosmetic design package which will establish your finished look. This will consist of multiple samples for every area we embark on. We will supply you with two quotes on each area meaning costs are competitive and also benefit from our discounts. The itemised costings will help us pinpoint the actual project cost and allow you to budget accordingly. This will also form part of your contract. This is where part 2 of the fee will be charged.

Step 5:

Project management fees are discussed and based on the overall project cost and wether we use our trades or yours.

Step 6:

A start and estimated completion date confirmed and a payment schedule is produced so that you can budget accordingly and sign-off the stages as we complete them.