When it comes to selecting products based on color, finish, style or price, people can be very specific. Selecting an architect and/or designer for a project appears to be more of a challenge. It shouldn’t be. A new kitchen or bath is a serious investment and one should factor in more than what someone charges. In the remodeling process, finding the right service provider is largely about documented skill. You want to sell your house? Find a top producer in your market with the best track record for moving homes of similar size. Need surgery? Find the physician with the most experience in that particular procedure. Ready to remodel your kitchen or bath? View the firm’s portfolio and evaluate the staff. By the way, how long have they been in business?
Portfolio- Checking out a company’s portfolio has never been so easy. Company websites should showcase a variety of recent projects that are updated often. A robust portfolio demonstrates the scope and range of work a firm can handle. It should show diversity, as this indicates designers who are listening to what their client’s want. Take your search a step further and explore sites such as Houzz.com. Is the company on this site as well? You can read additional reviews and see images which can be a great source of inspiration and discussion. www.akandb.com www.houzz.com/pro/mclifton/architectural-kitchens-and-baths
Experience- Experts in the functional layout design of spaces is what you’re after! The person who has the experience and past designs that show how colors and materials can work together to compliment the client’s taste and style is easily discovered by asking them to show you their portfolio of work! Additionally, degrees and industry affiliations give you the confidence of dealing with professionals. http://akandb.com/our-team/
Years in Business- It’s important to deal with a company that has been operating in a trustworthy manner for many years… AKB has proudly been in business since 2005. What does 13 years in business offer clients? A wealth of industry and product knowledge. Confidence in being financially sound. Multiple repeat clients.
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