First, begin by collecting pictures and ideas. Look through our showroom, magazines, and even the homes of your friends and family for ideas you would like to incorporate into your own project. Sometimes it is also helpful to come up with a list of not only your likes, but also your dislikes as a starting point for your project.
Next, come up with a realistic budget for your project. Consider cabinets, hardware, lighting, plumbing fixtures, appliances and installation. If you are working with a builder, there may be a job allowance which means that you can spend up to that amount and anything over would be an extra cost. Remember to leave a little extra for any unforeseen items that may come up – it happens! Think about the time schedule for your project. When will you be ready to start and when will you need to have it completed? Are there any specific deadlines?
Make an appointment with a designer to start the design of your new kitchen or bath. Also, bring in any blueprints, photos or drawings you may have. During your first appointment, you will meet with your designer to go over your design and product selections. The designer will get a feel for what you want in your space. A follow up appointment will be scheduled to go over the design created and the prices quoted, and by this time you should be ready to select Cyr Kitchen & Bath for your project.
Once you are completely satisfied with all of your choices and design, you are ready to place your order. At this time, your designer will go over all of your final selections and specifications in detail. A 50% deposit is required at the time of ordering. Since most of these products are special order and custom made, they cannot be cancelled or returned for credit.
When placing your order, please be sure to allow enough time for the product to arrive (most cabinet brands take 6-8 weeks for arrival). If you are installing the cabinets yourself or working with a contractor, we will be happy to help coordinate the delivery and even arrange for installation by our own in-house installers.