Ensured Ease Design: The EED Process!
Since 2003, our full-service residential and commercial interior design firm has helped improve our customers’ experience when working with contractors. The fact is, without design support, almost 80% of all home-building or remodel clients go over budget by 20% and still fail to meet their vision! To achieve your vision while giving you more control over costs, we developed the Ensured Ease Design Process! Work with EED to get control of bids at the start of the project, and eliminate headaches while achieving your vision on time and on budget.
It’s NEVER too early to involve your designer!
From the floor plan to the paint finish on your walls, Elizabeth Erin Designs will be there for you through the whole new home-building or home-remodeling process. Let our expertise guide you, to ease the process and achieve your vision. Your EED documents is the key to working with your contractors to obtain bids based on real products instead of working off allowances. Having real bids allows you to make informed decisions about your selections or adjustments before you purchase or sign off. Saving you money on the planning side and not having to use all your contingency money will allow you a budget left to finish your spaces with furniture, window coverings and accessories that make your new space feel like home sooner rather than later!
How The EED Process Works
Meet with owner and interior designer, Jodi, either virtually or in our showroom for a complimentary half hour consultation to go over the scope of your residential design project. She will take notes on your project, review your wants/needs as well as discuss your design goals and budget for your home. You will receive a formal proposal and three options for our design fee within 48 hours.
Your designer will contact you within 48 business hours of receiving your signed contract and deposit to set up the initial meeting. At this appointment, depending upon your project, your designer will review your project scope, inspiration, take measurements and photos of the spaces they will be working on. Within 48 business hours of this appointment, they will schedule your review appointment.
Your review appointment will be scheduled 2-4 weeks after your initial meeting with your professional interior designer. At this appointment, your designer will go over all the documents, renderings, designs, and samples. Your designer will take notes and give you timelines for receiving updated documents with any requested revisions. We will work with you to make sure your vision is achieved!