Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Why Buying It All From One Place is a Smart Idea

Have you ever stopped to think about how many people and companies could be involved in your remodeling project? Not just those you meet in person, like the designers and installers, but also the people who work behind the scenes to make sure your project is completed on time. There are a lot of people that can become involved in your project, and if they don’t all follow the same processes and procedures, you may end up with a hack job of a kitchen remodel on your hands.

When it comes to starting your remodeling project, it’s best to look for a company that can provide you with most of, it not all of, your needs for the project. By working with a dealer who can do that, you can ensure that your entire project is handled with attention to detail and a high standard of service.

Knowledge In a Central Location

What’s worse than running to a handful of stores and trying to find products that work together in your home? That’s right, nothing. When you’re choosing a dealer to work with, consider the assortment of products you can get from them – the more, the better. This is because all designers with that dealer will know exactly what products work together and what your options for upgrading, changing, and exchanging are during the process.

You’ll also benefit from the fact that designers who work in this type of environment can create a completed drawing, quote and order for you under one roof. You won’t need to have six different suppliers for the project involving you in coordinating deliveries, conveying and being responsible for things like appliance and countertop cutout measurements, all of which increase the possibility of errors when coordinating your project. The more you can depend on one company to supply (and be responsible for) as many components for your project as possible, the less hectic and the more enjoyable your remodeling journey will be.

Comfort In Customer Care

If product knowledge across the remodeling spectrum wasn’t enough to convince you that someone who sells it all is the way to go, let’s go back to thinking about how many behind the scenes people touch your project. In a remodel, it’s more than just the designer who makes things happen; it’s also the purchasing department, the verification, expediting, warehouse and delivery teams, the service department, and finally the accounting department. All of these teams work together efficiently, eliminating delays to make sure your project happens on time and correctly. By keeping all of the pieces of your project “under one roof,” you have eliminated the communication delay and disconnect between different suppliers.

The remodeling process is one that can get out of hand if too many people become involved in the project. So before you start going to a handful of different places to make your remodel project happen, consider going to a dealer who can give you the most solutions under one roof.

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