Design Development, Construction Drawings, Permits, and Estimates
In this step, your design and floor plans are finalized, complete with all the technical details needed including design, layouts, 3-D views, etc. Construction drawings will be submitted by your architect or contractor for permits if required. Timing varies in each locality, so be sure to check with yours to ensure you stay on your timeline. At this point, if you don’t have one yet, you will need a licensed contractor to see your project through to completion. He or she can provide estimated costs at this point to ensure you stay on budget.
Demo and the Punch List
After your designs are in place, you need to clear out of the kitchen space, set up a temporary kitchen if you’re living in during the remodel, or move to your temporary housing if not. Once complete, demo and construction can begin. The punch list comes when construction is nearly complete. You and your contractor will go over any issues, problems, etc. that need to be resolved before your kitchen remodel is declared complete and successful.
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