Design Process

Custom Design Process with YOU in Mind

1. Ideas

During our free initial consultation, we start by hearing your ideas. We want to know what you love and what may cause issues for you in your home. In addition, your project lead and team will make a site visit to the build location to get an idea of what the project might look like and the setting of the build. We also take measurements and photos. We do this before we put anything on paper so we can draw to scale.

2. Design

After our initial consultation, we start out with a rough draft of the design and rough ballpark of the pricing details for that design. We'll schedule a time to go over these with you, so we can find out what will work best for your needs and budget.

3. Revision

After we discuss the initial design and get your feedback, then we'll make a design revision. Our focus during this step is on tightening scope, polishing up the design, and making sure we're meeting all of your needs and expectations.

4. Approval

Once we've settled on an overall look and feel, materials used, and a budget, then we'll create a formal proposal and contract for you. This is to ensure we are building exactly what you want us to and we get all of our bases covered.

5. Building

We bring in our team of skilled craftsmen to build your project right from the ground up. Your project lead will be your personal contact throughout the entire project to make sure things run smoothly.

Ramsey Creek did a tremendous job for us from start to finish. First, Bill listened to what we envisioned for our home. He took those dreams, added a few suggestions-which allowed better use of our existing space-then the process began. The workmanship was great and the Ramsey Creek team took great pains to keep the rest of the house clean and livable during our extensive renovation. They kept us up to date as to the progress and made sure everything kept moving along. As with most remodels of an older home, there were surprises and Ramsey Creek did a great job of providing options for us to reach our goal. Would we use Ramsey Creek again? They answer is "yes"! In fact, we have a second phase that begins soon.

- David and Mary R.