It’s one thing to know what kind of changes you want to make to your home to make it more comfortable, convenient, and enjoyable. It’s something altogether different to turn those general ideas into plans and then make them happen.
For instance, you may know that you want a kitchen with more counter space, more light, and with a better workflow. But then come the decisions about exactly what to do. You can look at ideas online or visit friends’ homes, but how do you decide between “Plan A” and “Plan B”?
That’s one of the beauties of working with a design/build remodeler. You have the benefit of working with a professional designer who is trained to take your ideas, desires, and general ideas about how you’d like to improve your home, and turn them into specific plans that the builders will use to make your dreams a reality.
At Reed Design/Build, our designers are dedicated professional, who continually work on their skills in order to make your experience in the remodeling process a great one—and to ensure that your design turns your home into one that reflects your personal lifestyle. How do I know that? I’m one of the passionate designers here at Reed Design/ Build! Click here to meet me and the other members of the design team.
A major part of our job as designers is not only to create great plans, but also to make sure that that our coworkers understand exactly what your specific desires are. And because they are our coworkers, there’s no information gap between the people who create the design plan and those who use that plan to turn the ideas into reality. It’s just part of what makes working with a design/build remodeling firm a more satisfying decision. If you’d like a bit more information about what makes design/build special, click here for a helpful article.
The decisions about how you want your home to look and feel and function are still yours. But with the help of designers and builders who work hand-in-glove with you, you’ll have the confidence that the decisions you make will be the right ones for you—and that the end result will be everything you hoped it would be!