Home Design Process

Designing your new home is an in-depth process — but it can also be a lot of fun to see your plans come together.

When you work with us, you can be confident that we’ll get it right. That’s not just because we are professionals with 20 years in the construction industry in addition to 15 years in home design. It is our commitment to understanding your needs that ensures a satisfying result.

If you live near Central Florida, we meet in our conference room in Sebring to discuss your design wishes. If you’re out of driving distance, we hold online video conferences to determine the right design for you. Either way, we make sure to fulfill your needs and capture your personality in your custom home plans. You’d be hard-pressed to find that kind of dedication elsewhere. Read on to learn more about our 4-step process.


Initial Consultation

Start by telling us your unique needs and wants for your new home or home renovation project. Here we also discuss the location of your new home. All costs are clearly laid out in writing.

Initial Consultation


Conceptual Design:

Our expert design team creates a footprint of the home in 3D. This design will include total square footage, design flow, room sizes, and elevations.

Conceptual Design


Preliminary Design

After the conceptual design has been approved, we start fine-tuning the smaller details such as furniture placement and electrical design. This review can be done in our office in 3D to answer any questions or concerns you may have – from the front door to the backyard.

Preliminary Design


Structural Design

In the structural design stage we make sure that everything meets applicable local and state building codes. Finally, the plans are signed off by our structural engineer, and your home is ready to be built!

Structural Design


Begin the Home Design Process Today

We would love to discuss your dream home. Call us at 863-471-1525 or send us a short message through the web form. We’ll be in touch shortly.

Home Design Process | Sebring, FL
Highland, Hardee, Polk, Okeechobee and Hendry counties