Kitchen I am pricing

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Kitchen I am pricing

Postby Jeff Christenson » Mon, Oct 15 2007, 12:52PM

This is an image of the kitchen I am currently bidding. I do several jobs like this each year.
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Postby Damon Nabors » Wed, Oct 17 2007, 7:27AM

Looks like a nice project. If I could suggest one thing, maybe change the size of your slide in range so that is does not stick up so far above the counter tops. :D

Keep up the good work.
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Postby Jeff Christenson » Wed, Oct 17 2007, 7:55AM

Damon, I am not sure why those ranges are so tall. Sometimes I do shorten the thing but quite often I forget to because I am soo busy adjusting the lighting, which is a pain to me. Thanks for replying to my post. I hope to get this one for December work!

Here is another job for next spring, notice the range is too high again.
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Re: Kitchen I am pricing

Postby Mark Fese » Mon, Apr 14 2008, 5:10PM

Hey Jeff, I was curios on how you created the raised floor with the curved front? is this a display cube? Mark
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Re: Kitchen I am pricing

Postby Kerry Fullington » Tue, Apr 15 2008, 7:42AM

Jeff,

I try to either measure the customers existing range if they are keeping their old one or get the model number of a new range and use the size specs for it to re-size the range 3D model in a drawing. This gives them (and me) a very good idea of what the range will look like when placed in the cabinets.

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