Remodeling a kitchen in an older home can pose its ugly challenges. As a remodeler, you are responsible for the renovation of the cabinetry. It is wise to protect yourself and your client from possible toxic workspace.
While asbestos isn't as widely used as it once was, it can still be found in several places in the house or in products used in the home. Knowing the risks of mesothelioma and how to curb these risks is a good start. Pro100 software will not detect asbestos and for this reason, we strongly suggest that you hire a surveyor for the job.
Before you replace those old light fixtures or even take down the cabinets and knock out walls, ensure that your project expectations are up to date. Pro100 software will help in the design process including job costing and pricing. This is very important for both you and your client. You will be able to work with your customer to determine how much you will spend and therefore help you get that job order out of the door.
Work with your client to decide on the size of the appliances they need based on the room measurements. When you launch Pro100 on your desktop, the first window you will see is room measurement. Nothing beats visual presentation. While an oven, sink and dishwasher make up the basic kitchen appliances, you will need to determine quality and size that fits your client's needs or budget. Pro100 can customize your projects per your requirements.
If your customer is tackling a bathroom makeover and having a hard time in deciding which materials to use, Pro100 can help by providing photorealistic images. Download the optional catalog if you additional appliances, wine racks and much more.
Make your own catalog
You can zoom in and out on the 3D elevation and demonstrate each detail. Whether the client wants a formica countertop, granite or backsplash, you can switch from either view in Pro100 software with just one click of the mouse.
The catalog also includes sinks, faucets, lights, windows and so forth. You can create some items from scratch and add them to your library for later use.