MEET OUR HEAD BUILDER, STEVE WILLSEY
We've realized that the best in-home consultation experience you can have is with the lead builder of your custom project. We've had clients spend thousands of dollars on designers without any build knowledge to draft up kitchen & built-in plans, all which we ended up having to redesign due to dimensional flaws, spacing issues, and improper construction methods. A designer's limited knowledge of construction capabilities, techniques, and designs, should not limit your project's potential.
That is why scheduling a consultation with our 62 Screws lead builder will guarantee not only expertise in design, but also project cohesiveness from an architectural standpoint such as:
Expertise on proper cabinetry spacing away from walls (space openings of doors and drawers).
Expertise on proper construction methods (properly supporting, anchoring, and reinforcing design elements such as shelving, lighting, and oversized cabinets).
Expertise in a variety of construction capabilities, meaning more unique design options, better problem solving approaches in regards to limited spaces, and more efficient cabinet shop techniques.
Rather than having to hire multiple companies, we want to make 62 Screws the one stop shop for consulting, designing, building, and installing custom projects.
2023/2024 TIMELINES & DEPOSITS
With our current schedule, we are booking tables, built-ins, and kitchens for winter deliveries/installs. Our longer timelines are due to both the upcoming holidays and local demand, so we always recommend clients with tighter deadlines to schedule a consultation as soon as possible. We can provide more accurate timelines at the time of booking, since we go by a first come first serve basis. We are also accepting 2024 projects, since a lot of our clients like to book out for new construction home installs.
To book a build slot and install time frame, we require a 60% deposit, while the remaining 40% balance is only due at completion (made via check, credit card (Stripe), or wireless transfer. This allows us to purchase upfront material and hardware, so we do not run into any future shortages or price fluctuations while waiting for your upcoming build slot. In addition to the purchase of material, the deposit also needs to cover the upfront labor, since most of our cabinetry projects are made in shop and then transported for install. Lastly, the deposit will hold your designated build slot and install time, making sure no other projects can be added to that schedule. We like to keep things organized and punctual.