Posted on June 5, 2013 by Lennox Smith
The attention given to the final details of any remodel project is the real sign of quality workmanship, distinctive design and customer care. Details can include features like decorative caps on banister posts to prevent wood rot while adding a touch of elegance, or installing unique tile patterns in your kitchen or bathroom, or perhaps choosing the right lighting fixtures.
Details are not always purely aesthetic in nature — they can be defined as the extra effort taken to ensure long-lasting construction. Some of these details may be hidden behind the walls or underneath the finished flooring.
Aesthetic and functional detailing is a regular part of Seacliff’s workflow. We are driven to attention to the details by this one question, “Why build it if it isn’t going to last, look great and fully serve its function?”