By following a proven process and investing time and attention in the planning and design phase, your remodeling project will stay on time and within your budget. The best way to get started is to gather your ideas and examples, then make an appointment to visit the Jemson Cabinetry showroom to meet with a designer. Each designer is well-trained and experienced in guiding you through the process to achieve the kitchen you've always wanted.
The first step in every project is to establish a budget. This can take place in our showroom or your home. We thoroughly review what you would like to accomplish with your remodeling project.
After finalizing a vision for the project's scope at your consultation, our designers will work on creating a design proposal, which includes estimated costs and a timeline.
Good, Better & Best Approach:
Part of the proposal process is providing you with choices to stay within your budget. Jemson Cabinetry offers many levels of quality products. We tailor your proposal with quality and cost options ranging from "Good" to "Better" and "Best" levels. This approach allows you to save in some areas and upgrade in other areas while maintaining your budget.
We'll meet with you to discuss the proposal in detail and adjust the overall project scope based on your feedback. We customize every project to fit your needs in terms of vision, cost, and timing.
Rendering and Pre-Production: We'll create 3D renderings of your project so that you can fully experience what we have planned for your space.
Once the proposal is finalized and you are happy with the project budget, scope, and timeline, we will enter into a Design Agreement. The Agreement and retainer allows us to finalize sub-contractor quotes and prepare contracts for final approval. We will release all design and perspective drawings to you.
With contract approval, material, labor, and design all in place, production on the project begins. We will start ordering products, scheduling installers, and assigning a Project Manager to your account. At this time, a 50% deposit is retained. 40% will be collected at the start of the project, and the final 10% will be collected upon substantial completion.
Throughout the production process, your project manager will act as a liaison between you, the crew, and any other professionals involved in the project. We'll keep you up to speed on timing and progress and will do everything in our power to cater to your needs within your home while we're working
After the construction and installation, your sales rep or project manager will walk you through the space. Together, you'll evaluate every detail of the project. Anything that needs to be addressed will be addressed, fixed, or reworked until the project is complete to your satisfaction. A one-year warranty begins after this process is completed.