Frequently Asked Questions
Here are just a few of the many questions customers may have and we have tried to include the most common. I can assure you though that you will most likely have many more then are shown here. Our initial consultation addresses many of the questions you may have about the process, but we are always available to answer any question or concern you might have at any time.
We want to make the process is as enjoyable and painless as possible and one way to do that is to always try to be confident in all the decisions you make regarding your project. To accomplish that you need to have any and all questions answered and concerns dealt with and that is what we pride our self on… making sure all are customers are comfortable and confident that their project will conclude with their complete job satisfaction. With that goal in mind we strive to never hear a customer say at the completion of their project, “I wish I would have known” or “I wish we would have done it differently”.
- I want to remodel my kitchen, where do I start?Open or CloseThe first thing you want to do is decide what you want to accomplish. Determine what your goal is for your new kitchen. Is it to improve the appearance, increase storage, change the layout, add space…. Make a list, mentally or on paper, of what you want for your new kitchen. Look through magazines or on line to get an idea of kitchen designs that you like. Save these pictures and make notes about special characteristics that appeal to you.
- How do I establish a budget for my project?Open or CloseThe 5 to 15% rule is a guideline that is widely accepted within the remodeling and building industries and can help you get a sense of what is reasonable to spend given the value of your home. The 5-15% rule states that the entire kitchen project should cost no less than 5% and no more than 15% of the current value of your home. The national average is 8%. The basis of the rule is that if you spend less than 5%, there is a good chance you may be devaluing your home. If you spend more than 15%, there is a good chance you are overspending, and will not recoup your investment at a reasonable rate. If your home was valued at $500,000, for example, and you’ve selected to use 15% of your home value for renovation, your budget would be $75,000 for a kitchen remodel. This is a starting point. There are other variables to consider, such as how long you plan to stay in your home, and what your resources are.
- When should I schedule my initial consultation?Open or CloseOnce you’ve decided to remodel your kitchen and have a budget in mind, it is time to contact a professional designer. Call Prescott Kitchens to schedule a time for our designer to come to your home for an initial visit at no charge.
- What is the process?Open or CloseAfter the initial consultation in your home, we will present a custom design and estimate in our private showroom. You will see a virtual walk through of your kitchen using the newest kitchen design software. You will be able to choose from a variety of door styles and finishes to meet your specific taste and creative vision. Although each situation is unique, it is realistic to expect to meet with your designer several times before the design and selections are finalized. Once you’ve made your final selections the order is placed.
- How long will it take to receive my order?Open or CloseDepending on the cabinets you select, it will take approximately 4 to 9 weeks from the date they are ordered, to build and ship your cabinets. Once the order is placed, we will receive a confirmation with the expected delivery date. We will keep you updated on the status of your order.
- Do you deliver?Open or CloseYes, once your cabinets arrive we will contact you to coordinate delivery.
- Can I use my own contractor for the installation?Open or CloseYou are welcome to select your own contractor to do your installation. If you do not have a contractor, we work with a licensed contractor with 20 years of experience in the kitchen industry. In either case, we will provide working drawings and all needed specs to the contractor. We will continue to work with them throughout the installation process to assure that the final result adheres to the original design.
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