Some things we all take for granted. The sun always (so far) comes up in the east for example. The other thing that we seem to get every time we go to homes for a initial visit? People thinking that they need to provide us with all sorts of special items for their project.
Blueprints I have yet to see. But people apologizing for having a "dirty" or "messy" house always seems to happen. Some folks hand draw things for us. Some people will measure out spaces. Recently we had an individual request a bid and said that we didn't need to come to their house because they could provide everything we needed. We trust you all, but it's always good to see the space you may be working on, plus some people have been known to struggle with basic measurement principles. But not you, you're good!
So what do we need from a client when we get to their house? We don't need detailed drawings and measurements, we'll take them if you want to give them out of course. You don't need to have all of the fixtures and paint picked out when you meet us. You don't need to know what the exact tile texture and color is. We will help you with all of those details. Basically, we just need to know what you would like to do with your project. We'll take all of the details you would like to provide, but in the end if you need for us to design a space from scratch because you have no clue what you want to do, we can do that!
So don't let our visit to your home be stressful. Relax. Just talk with us and we'll go from there. Sound good?