How Its Done
Outdoor Kitchens
Outdoor Fireplaces
Patios and Decks
Arbors, Patio Covers & Car Ports
Fences and Stone Walls
Room Additions
Computer Drawings
Before and After

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Welcome to Forum Outdoor Designs

The Process

The Process begins with a free consultation with a Forum Outdoor Designs representative who will assist you in formalizing your ideas and turn them into actual plans. The rep will take photographs and measurements that will be used in preparing a written estimate for the work you have requested.

Upon your approval of the statement of work, signing of the Contractors Agreement and payment of the deposit, a complete set of engineering plans with 3D drawings will be prepared for your approval and to help you visualize how your project will actually look. These plans will also be used to obtain City Building Permits and Home Owners Association approvals as required.

Once the necessary approvals have been obtained, Craftsmen will be scheduled and materials delivered to your project site. Any construction site will involve a certain amount of disruption to the immediate area but every effort will be made to keep your property as tidy as possible in keeping with the work being performed.

The amount of time required will depend upon the scope of the project and of course, any delays caused by weather. We will endeavor, however, to complete your project within the scheduled timeframe. You will be provided a timeline showing when we expect certain milestones to be reached so you can track the progress as we go along.

Before you know it, you and your family will be gathering in you own personal Forum enjoying the unique lifestyle that only an Outdoor Living Space can provide.

How It's Done

Most people greatly underestimate the work that is involved in building an Outdoor Living Space. There are a lot of details that one doesn't see by looking at the finished project. Click on the video link to see a two week project compressed into three minutes. I think you'll find it very interesting and fun.

Click Here to see a Video Presentation on how it's all done.