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With you all the way

Many homeowners come to Cornerstone for interior residential design-build projects, including kitchens, baths, basements and additions.

But, before your design/build remodel begins, it’s key to understand Cornerstone's client process: design/build offers project delivery in which our design/build team works with you under a single contract to provide excellent design, material selection, project management, and construction services.

Every project creates a collaborative experience between your family and our renovation team through the contract and the guidance of a unified workflow that moves from initial concept through completion.

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What's the difference?

How it works

INITIAL CONSULTATION

We’ll meet to discuss your project vision and share ideas. SCHEDULE A CONSULTATION

DESIGN & PROPOSAL

We’ll roll up our sleeves to create your custom design and tailored proposal.

COMPARING YOUR ESTIMATES

We help you compare apples to apples to put your remodeling project in clear focus. READ MORE

LOCK IT IN

Our talented team transforms your approved design and proposal into a service contract for your review.

MAKING SELECTIONS

Our Designers are here to help you choose the best materials, fixtures, and design elements for your project. READ MORE

Pre-Construction Meeting

Let’s work together to prepare for your successful project. READ MORE

READY, SET, GO

Our in-house team of carpenters, designers, vendors, and subcontractors get started while staying connected and supportive until the project is completed.

Our Process

Initial Consultation >

We’ll meet to discuss your project vision and share ideas. We’ll roll up our sleeves to create your custom design and tailored proposal. Schedule a Consultation.

Making Selections >

Our Designers are here to help you choose the best materials, fixtures, and design elements for your project. Read More.

Ready, Set, Go >

Our in-house team of carpenters, designers, vendors, and subcontractors get started while staying connected and supportive until the project is completed.

Ready to get started?

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