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How to plan and what to expect

At Atlanta Flooring Design Centers, we’ve done our best to bring you information that anticipates and satisfies you our customer. With that goal in mind, we’ve compiled a listing of frequently asked questions, forms and information. If you do not find the answer to your question, please contact us at 770-476-8306 or email us at info@atlantaflooringdesign.com.

Do I need an appointment?

You do not need an appointment to come in and browse our showroom. If one of our cabinet design team is available, they will be happy to meet with you. If you would like our undivided attention, then please call us at 770-476-8306 to set a free no obligation consultation.

Does Atlanta Flooring Design install my cabinets?

We offer installation as a complimentary service. We work closely with the best kitchen and bath installers in the area, therefore we can manage and contract them to install your project. If you select your own contractor, we will be very happy to work with you and your installer to provide all the information needed to complete your project.

What do I need for my first consultation?

It will be helpful if you are prepared with rough measurements, pictures or clippings of kitchens that inspire you, and photos of any current issues in your kitchen you would like to discuss. Spend some time thinking about how you want your new kitchen or bath to function for you and your family and also what your storage needs are. The rough measurements should include any plumbing, electrical or gas connections, window and door placement, and finally ceiling height. Final measurements will help us get started on the design. Every project is distinct and every client’s pace is different, so the design process may vary from client to client.

What will my initial appointment consist of?

Your initial consultation will consist of a showroom tour, looking and differentiating between the different product lines, styles, wood finishes, etc. We’ll take time to understand the scope of your project and collect any initial information you bring with you. Also think of this meeting as an opportunity to interview both the design consultant and our company. You want to be comfortable and confident with the designer you choose to design your kitchen or bath.