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When it comes to kitchen or bath remodels, there are two distinct processes that homeowners should be aware of: labor bidding and design.

The design process involves working with a professional designer to create a plan for the remodel. The designer will work with the homeowner to understand their needs, preferences, and budget, and create a comprehensive design plan that takes all of these factors into account. This includes selecting materials, fixtures, and finishes that work together to create a cohesive design. 


We understand that selecting materials for your kitchen or bathroom renovation can be a daunting task, which is why we provide you with 3D renders and material suggestions based on your design preferences and style. These materials suggestions can be taken with you to view material choices in person at your supplier of choice and used as a guide to ensure that your final selections align with your design vision.

When it comes to a kitchen or bath remodel, getting accurate labor bids is an important part of the process. Here's a brief overview of how it works:

  1. Get a Design Plan: Before you can get labor bids, you need to have a detailed design plan in place. This is where a professional designer comes in. They will work with you to create a comprehensive design plan that includes all the details of your remodel, from the layout of your space to the finishes and fixtures you want to use. The designer will also provide detailed plans for the contractor to follow, which can help ensure that the project is completed on time and within budget.

  2. Send Out the Design Plan: Once you have a design plan, you can send it out to contractors to get labor bids. It's important to be as specific as possible in your request, including details like the materials you want to use and any special considerations that might impact the cost.

  3. Compare Bids: Once you receive bids from contractors, it's time to compare them. Be sure to read each bid carefully and ask questions if you have any. Keep in mind that the lowest bid isn't always the best choice. Look for a contractor who has experience with similar projects and a good track record of completing projects on time and within budget.

  4. Use Your Design Plan to Get a More Accurate Price: Having a detailed design plan can help you get a more accurate labor bid. With a clear understanding of the scope of the project, contractors can provide more precise estimates. If you make changes to your design plan during the bidding process, be sure to get updated bids that reflect those changes.

At 3D Interiors Online we specialize in creating personalized design plans that can help you get more accurate labor bids and a space you love.


Get started today and let us help you create the kitchen or bathroom of your dreams.

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