With Your Remodeling Process

At Granville Creek, we understand that proper planning and execution are essential to providing our customers with an enjoyable remodeling experience. We've outlined four simple phases below to help you get more familiar with the remodeling process.
Step One

Initial Meeting

The purpose of our initial meeting will be to see your existing layout, discuss your ideas, and the changes you would like to make. If you already have your own plans, interior designer or architect we will work with them. Prior to this meeting, you may want to collect pictures and/or magazine pages that show us what you would like. We will provide ideas and take preliminary measurements. All this information will then be compiled and an estimate will be prepared.
Step Two

Estimate Meeting

The estimate will be provided based on the scope of work discussed. During this time we will discuss any further thoughts and budget concerns. We will then determine whether our interior designers or architects need to be brought in for the project.
Step Three

Specification and Contract Meeting

These are usually a series of meetings. Specific material selections will need to be determined so the estimate can be revised for a more accurate depiction of the work. Once a design deposit is received and a contract signed we will provide detailed drawings and elevations that will be used throughout the project. All cabinet sizes and placements will be clarified on these drawings, which will give you a good view as to how your future project will look. All designs are subject to your approval prior to commencement of any further work.
Step Four

Final Meeting
All plans are reviewed and double checked, then signed off on. A working schedule is provided and a full deposit is required. Work then begins.

Payment Schedule:
• Free estimate

• Design/specification deposit- to be determined on a job by job basis

• Deposit- 30% of job cost minus design retainer/ 50% on cabinetry minus design    retainers

• Payments- Remaining balance for a specific trade as it is completed (larger    remodeling jobs could have weekly draws or specific billing dates

          *All payment schedules are set up based on the specifics of a job