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Step 1: Initial Conversation and Consultation
One of our consultant will discuss your projects with you in order to determine how best to achieve your vision.

Step 2 : Meeting
A meeting (paid) will be scheduled for determining your project budget, scope and other details. This meeting will determine whether or not your project requires a formal design. This will also include below service

Site Analysis : Visually inspect the property to verify that existing site conditions are accurately shown on the property plats and/or plans provided by the client. Existing structures, spot grades, utilities, general soil conditions, and over-all site conditions will be noted to determine the most appropriate use of both plants and construction materials.

Step 3 : Design
If it is determined that no design is required, we will provide you with a written proposal based on the previously determined budget and design elements for your review and approval. The proposal will specify all material selections and list all included work.

If design work is required : A design agreement and fee will be presented based on landscape and hardscape elements to be included in the project. This will also take into consideration the estimated budget range established for each element or phase. The balance of the design fee will be due upon presentation of final drawings.

Upon receipt of a design deposit, we will perform the following services :

Preparation of Base Map(s) : Scale drawings shall be prepared showing existing structures noted during the site analysis visits, and indicated on any existing site plan and/or property plans.

Preparations of Conceptual Plans : Conceptual plans shall be prepared on an as-needed basis using base map information and will reflect client preferences as well as concepts of new design. Preliminary plans will be drawn to scale and will include general information regarding types of material, variety and size.

Preparations of Final Plans : Final plans shall be prepared from preliminary plans, ideas and client feedback. Final plans will include scaled working drawings with indicated location and specifications of material proposed.

Construction Details/Elevations : Typical constructions details and non-scale elevation drawings shall be prepared on an as-needed basis as part of the design process.

Further support drawings, digital models and elevations are available upon request for a fee.

Step 4 : Installation Proposal
Once the design work is completed, Rockden. will provide a written proposal describing all included work and specified materials for your review and approval.

Step 5 : Installation of Your Project
Once a signed proposal is submitted with full deposit, our production team will begin to schedule your project, obtain any necessary permits and order materials.

Before any work begins, and on an as-needed basis, we will hold a pre-construction meeting onsite with all production managers to be involved in your project in order to assure a smooth order of events during the construction phases.

At completion of your project, a final walk-through will be conducted with you. You will be given care instructions as well as any project-specific information that may prove important.

The company is based in Rajasthan (India) and known for lending trustworthy Interior and Exterior Stone Work services to the clients at very lucrative price deal. We have a skilled team of interior and exterior designers who have ample knowledge in this domain. Our landscape artists will help in creating exceptional designs for patios, entrances, driveways, sidewalks, fire places, dreamscapes, mosaic work, etc., by making use of different types of stones. We provide natural stone Mosaics for interior and exterior use. We also undertake the decoration of waterfalls, fountains and pools slides so as to add a different dimension to your outdoor living space.

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