This is our process for designing and building your custom masonry feature or structure.
Step 1 – Initial Contact
Once you’ve contacted Mastered Masonry either through email, phone call or even a text message, a short discussion to talk about your project details such as scope, budget and location will take place. Once we have an idea of your request, an in person meeting will be scheduled.
Step 2 – On Site Meeting
During this meet and greet, a detailed wish list of your vision, budget, layout, materials and timeline will be discussed.
Step 3 – Design Phase
Again we visit your property to record detailed measurements and take a few pictures to help us design your project. After all the details have been considered, a 3D model drawing of your masonry feature or structure will be created and presented so that you have the opportunity to examine what the final masterpiece will look like when its completed and make any changes. Once the design has been approved by you, Mastered Masonry prepares a final construction quote.
Step 4 – Contract
Once we present a contract and get the approval to commence the project, we request a deposit payment and provide a start date for construction.
Step 5 – Permits (if required)
If your masonry feature or structure requires engineered drawings or a building permit before construction begins, Mastered Masonry will have its engineer create stamped prints and will apply for permits on your behalf. This part of the process will determine when your project can begin.
Step 6 – Construction Commences
Now that all details and permits have been finalized and the start date has come up, the construction on your masterpiece will begin and constant communication as well as updates will be conversed between Mastered Masonry and yourself until the last day of building.
Step 7 – Admire
Construction is over and its time to enjoy your vision. We believe you’ll admire your masonry feature or structure for decades and hope it brings you security, relaxation, gatherings, happiness or whatever your wishful goal intended to be.