Since opening in 1995, we have developed as process of cabinet making that we feel best organizes projects for us as well as our clients. With some prior knowledge of what to expect when starting a new project, the process of custom cabinetry can be less intimidating to someone with little experience. Below is our basic structure from start to finish.
1. INITIAL DESIGN MEETING At the initial design meeting, we will review the selections and drawings used to create the preliminary design and make any adjustments to better suit your projects aesthetics, functionality, and budget.
2. CONTRACT Upon completetion of the initial design meeting, pricing will be updated and a contract will be written detailing the scope of work DCW will be providing for your project.
3. PRELIMINARY FIELD MEASURE Once the contract has been signed, DCW will conduct a preliminary field measure at the jobsite. DCW will then adjust all cabinet drawings based on the more accurate field measurements taken.
4. FINAL DESIGN MEETING(S) A final design meeting is then held at DCW to finalize designs and selections. Depending on the size of the project, this may take several meetings to complete. 5. SIGN-OFF MEETING Once the design adjustments have been finalized, a sign-off meeting will be held to sign off on drawings, door/drawer styles, finish samples, and pricing. Any changes made following the sign-off meeting will be added to the contract as change orders.