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With over 20 years of experience, we have designed homes all over the United States and several foreign countries (Map).  Our design philosophy is to get to know our clients by listening to their needs very carefully.  We can then produce a design that fits both their functional needs, as well as their style.  We also work with other design professionals when they need assistance meeting a deadline, are having trouble with a complex design, or just have too much work and not enough time.  We can even assist you with online tutoring sessions to show you how to use Chief Architect to its fullest potential.  Please take the time to view our website at www.designersink.us to learn more about our firm.  We can also send you examples of recently completed construction document plans sets upon request.  It is always our goal to EXCEED our client's expectations.  We look forward to an opportunity to exceed yours!!  Give us a call, toll free at 866-354-7526.

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