Branch: 972-317-9027 - Frisco Branch: 469-731-0102
Highland Village

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions :-

Q1 : Is The Design Center for Kitchen & Bath Remodel open to the general public?

A1: Yes, The Design Center in Frisco, and FloorAccents in Highland Village are open to the general public, and ready to serve the any customer in surrounding areas.

Q2: What is the role of The Design Center in a remodeling job?

A2: Our roles starts with helping the customers pick, and choose, color co-ordinations, and design sketches then move to the implementation steps starting with demo and ending with installation and touch-up.

Q3: Shower/Bathroom Remodel cost lots of money. Which part cost the most?

A3: The simple answer is: Everything behind the tiles. In details and in not particular order:

  • Permit
  • Demo and removal.
  • Framing.
  • Lining
  • Shower pan
  • Hardie backer
  • Cubie & Bench
  • Pluming
  • “Create the slope” Plumbing codes require a slope of 1/4 inch per foot.
  • Centering the drain or sometimes relocating the drain
  • Red Guard
  • Testing
  • Tile labor for shower floor and walls
  • Tile labor for rest of bathroom
  • Vanity and installation
  • Counter top
  • Backsplash
  • Plumbing again to connect basin or sink.
  • Order Glass to measurements and install

Q4: How long does a Kitchen remodel job take?

A4: Assuming no flooring is required:

  • Order new Cabinets : May take upto 6 weeks. (5-6 weeks for Kraftmaid, 3-4 for weeks for Merillat, 2-3 weeks for Waypoint and One week for others)
  • Note : OLD KITCHEN IS STILL USABLE DURING WAIT-TIME
  • Removal of old kitchen begins once new cabinets are received (2-3D)
  • Install new cabinets (2-3 days)
  • Request profiling for countertop (1-2 Day)
  • Deliver and install countertop (7-9 Days)
  • Install backsplash (2-3 days)
  • Perform touchup (1-2 Day)

Q5: Why the cost difference between different kitchen cabinet makers?

A5: Assuming same wood spices. Then the following are some factors:

  • Wood grade
  • Ply wood or particle wood and thickness
  • Allow wood to settle to stabilize movement.
  • Sanding machines combined with hand sanding
  • Joint sealant to reduce joint lines
  • Number of coats
  • Dove tails construction
  • Six-way adjustable hinges.
  • Smooth close with height calibration option
  • Weight that Glides can handle.
  • Internal finish
  • Overall construction including end-panels that prevent twisting of cabinets during shipping and handling.