Worldly Heritage Case Study

The original layout of the master suite bathroom was in dire need of change. The original bathroom included a small water closet, shower, and one vanity, and the master closet was tiny and cramped. The clients knew that out-of-the-box creative design would be needed to reconfigure the space to suit their needs.

Discovery / Consultation

  • Pre-Design Consultation: During the walk-through, they advised us that they wanted to do an extensive remodel to open up the flow of the home and illuminate the boxed 1960 floor plan.
  • Preliminary Scope & Budget: We provided our vision and ideas to remove the wall between the kitchen and the family room. Opening up the flow and bringing in more light throughout the space would also make the home feel more extensive, and the kitchen would no longer be excluded from the rest of the living areas.

Preliminary Design

  • Design Agreement: was signed, and our team went to work scheduling and getting the process started.
  • Site Measure: We measured and photographed the interior and exterior of the home. We have to document all the existing floorplans' existing conditions to present to the building department what is there now and what we propose to change.
  • Design Interview: Our architect and interior designer dug deep into the details to figure out how the homeowner planned to live in the home.
  • Develop Design Concepts: We created preliminary layouts and 3D designs to make sure we hit the mark, and that the design concepts reflected all the clients’ needs. Once approved, we moved onto the next stage.

Design Development

  • Finalize Major Design Details: We completed the detailed floorplans, elevations, and 3D renderings to help the client make decisions and visualize every detail. During this step we layout the cabinet pullouts, spice racks, knife drawers, Lazy Susans, and placement of all the appliances.
  • Develop Scope of Work: Along with the drawings, we developed a written scope of work which then undergoes the formal estimating phase to arrive at the fixed price.

Construction Docs & Permitting

  • Submit Plans for Permits: This can be a lengthy process depending on the building department and their workload, but we handle every detail to obtain the building permits necessary.
  • Select Materials & Finishes: The clients met with our interior designer in our design center to select all the finished materials to be used in their project.
  • Permit Received

Construction

  • Pre-Construction Meeting: Clients met with their dedicated project manager to discuss the logistics prior to construction starting.
  • Construction Management: During the entire remodel our clients never had to guess at the status of their kitchen. Our web-based software provided daily logs containing progress photos, schedule updates, and any communication necessary.
  • Project Completion: Our in-depth project close-out process includes a full inspection by our Production Manager and your Project Manager for a detailed walk-through to compile a final “punch list.” Upon move-in, you will receive a Comprehensive Close-Out Package with copies of all contracts, invoices, releases, city documents, manuals, and warranties.
Master Bath After (3)

Client Testimonial

"It’s been 1 year since we moved back into our home after an extensive renovation. JRP did a great job designing the remodel, and we are so happy with the final product. We LOVE our home! We moved in right before the pandemic shutdown, and having a beautiful home to enjoy was a huge bonus.

The best part though, has been the peace of mind that came with experiencing the quality of work performed. After a year, we had a very short list of minor items that needing fixing. True to their word and the warranty provided, JRP came out and fixed all of them.

Remodeling a home can be a stressful event. Selecting the right company for the process is key - JRP operates with integrity and does great work. We would definitely work with them again."

Ana McCauley
Houzz Review April 2021

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