Kitchen & Bath Renovation
Kitchen & Bath Renovation Overview
“As Simple as 1… 2… 3!”
1… Initial Design Consultation
Our Design and Project Management staff will schedule an appointment to meet at your home. During their visit they will put together your project “wish list” and describe the construction process needed to achieve your desired kitchen or bathroom. They will take measurements and pictures, and look at any structural, plumbing or electrical issues that may impact the selected design. During this visit we will also discuss a basic budget for your renovation.
2… Design Presentation & Draft Proposal
Once our initial consultation is complete, a second meeting will take place at our Design Center to select products for your renovation. These will include such items as:
Tile Whirlpools Vanity Styles
Fixtures Faucets Vanity Tops
Commodes Sinks Colors
Tubs Glass Shower Doors Finishes
Throughout the entire selection process, our Designer will guide you along the way and advise you as to how your product selections compare with your previously stated budget.
3… Project Proposal and Contract
Once all selections have been made our Designer will create your written proposal and 3-Dimensional color drawing of your kitchen or bathroom. At this time, additional ideas and designs can be explored in order to create a detailed Scope of Work and Contract. Once the contract is signed and all materials are ordered we will introduce you to our Lead Carpenter and discuss construction and installation timeline.
Now the “FUN” begins!!!!!!
Your Designer and Lead Carpenter will be the main contacts throughout the entire construction process. If at any time, you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact us. Communication is the “KEY” to an extraordinary experience!
Dear Tom & Joe,
YES, we are very happy with the work that was done! Our new bathroom is beautiful and looks even better than I thought it would turnout! From start to finish, RWC was professional, courteous and most importantly "finished the job on time".
Could I have had another contractor come in and charge less? Yes. However, on the other hand, I could have been charged more. What I do know is I am comfortable with the estimate I received and the price I paid. At the moment, I have both a work college and a neighbor having their bathrooms redone. My co-worker has been without a bathroom for 5 months, and my neighbor, whose renovations started the same week as ours, is still without a working bathroom. (Yes, my neighbor did receive an estimate a bitlower than I was quoted, but the aggravation and inconvienece is not worth the price!) In less than three weeks, I had a fully functional bathroom, and to me that was worth the little extra I might have had to pay.
Thank you RWC for a job well done!
P.S. I want to extend a "special" thanks to Tom. He was always available to answer my questions or concerns. (Tom, I also want to wish you a speedy recovery!)
L. Murakhovsky, Fair Lawn NJ