BMF08-Kitchen Design Survey Form

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Designer:Kitchen Design Survey FormDate:Name:Residence:Jobsite Address:Client 1:Client 2:Home Phone:Home Phone:Work Phone:Work Phone:Cell Phone:Cell Phone:Email:Email:AppointmentAllied ProfessionalSchedule:Name:Call When Ready:Firm:Times Available:Address:Directions:Office Phone:Cell Phone:Email:Notes: 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 1 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

General Client Information1.What type of project is this?RenovationNew Construction2.Have you ever purchased a kitchen before?3.When would you like to start the project?4.How much time do you / will you spend at the jobsite residence?5.How did you learn about our firm?6.Has anyone else assisted you in preparing a design for the kitchen?7.Do you plan on retaining an interior designer or architect to assist in the kitchen planning?YesNoComplete the Project?Phone:If so, Name:8.Do you have a specific builder/contractor or other subcontractor/specialist with whom you would like to work?If so, Name:9.Phone:What portion of the project, if any, will be your responsibility?10. What budget range have you established for your kitchen project? 5,000 – 10,000 10,000 - 20,000 20,000 – 40,000 60,000 – 75,000 75,000 – 100,000 100,000 40,000 – 60,00011. How long do you intend to own the jobsite residence?a.b.Is return on investment a primary concern?Do you plan on renting the jobsite residence?12. What family members will share in the final decision-making process?13. Would you like our firm to assist you in securing project financing?YesNo14. What do you dislike most about your present kitchen?15. What do you like most about your present kitchen?16. Sustainable design ideas important to your family:Use of “Green” ProductsGeneral products made from recycled materials:CabinetsCountersFloorsBuilding MaterialsWood products supplied by environmentally responsible manufacturersSpecial water conservation products:Energy efficient appliances:Energy efficient lighting systems:Sustainable design details incorporated into the plan:Areas for recycling waste incorporated into the plan:17. If you are remodeling: Is there a room addition planned?a.b.When was the house built?Are you considering relocatingYesNoHow old is the present kitchen?windowsdoorswalls in your new plan?18. If you are building a new home:a.b.Are you able to relocate windows doors walls at this stage of construction?Are you able to relocate walls at this stages of construction Yes No 2008 NKBA BMF8YesNoPage 2 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Specific Kitchen Questions1.How many household members? Are you planning on enlarging your family while living here?NameAge2.How many pets in your household?3.Do any frequent guests have physical limitations?4.Personal information about the kitchen:HandedHeightRLRLRLRLRLRLRLWhat Types?YesNoPhysical Limitations/Mobility AidsNames:What is the typical pattern of cooking in your household?One person does most of the cooking. Who?Two or more people share most of the cooking. Describe:One person cooks and another person helps. Describe:Different people take turns doing the cooking. Describe:Another arrangement. Describe:What about clean-up?The cook cleans up. Describe:Cooking and clean-up are shared. Describe:Clean-up is done by someone who does not cook. Describe:Another arrangement. Describe:5.Primary Cook:Is the primary cookleft handedright handedDoes the primary cook have any physical limitation?YesNoHow tall is the primary cook?Does the primary cook have any cooking hobbies/specialty cooking preferences?gourmetbakingethnicgrillingbulk cooking to freezeother:6.Other Family Cooks:How many other household members cook?Who are they?Do theyhave a cooking hobbyassist primary cook with specific taskshare a menu item with primary cook?Is a specialized cooking center required for the secondary cook? 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 3 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

7.How does the family use the kitchen for meals at home?daily heat & serve mealsweekend family mealsdaily “from scratch” mealsdaily “bring in” mealsweekend “quantity” cookingethnic or specialty cooking (please specify)What type of foods is the family cooking?8.What are your kitchen dining area requests?separate table-new30” counter height9.existingsizeleaf extension36” counter height42” counter heightnumber of seated dinersIs the kitchen a socializing space?10. What time of day is your kitchen most frequently used?11. Do you have any furniture that you want in your kitchen?Dining Table- Size?Chairs- How many?Hutch- Size?Baker’s Rack- Size?Easy Chair- How many?Sofa - Size?Buffet- Size?Other Items-12. How would you like the new kitchen to relate to adjacent rooms?Family RoomDining RoomFamily Home OfficeFamily Media CenterOutdoor KitchenLaundry/Hobby Space13. Do you entertain frequently?per weekper monthper year -snacks/drinks mostly How many people typically might be in the kitchen when entertaining?formallyinformallybuffetDo friends bring food to share?platedYesNo14. Designing the kitchen so that it supports your entertainment style is part of the planning process. Tell me which statement fits you best:I like to be the only one in the kitchen with my guests in a separate space that is away from the kitchen.I like to be the only cook in the kitchen, with my guests close by in a space that opens onto the kitchen.I like my guests to be sitting in the kitchen visiting with me while I cook.I like my guests to help me in the kitchen in meal preparation.I like my guests to help in the clean-up process after the meal.I retain caterers who prepare all meals for entertaining.The caterers come to the home to serve and clean up.I stop at the deli/take-out food source to bring part or all of the meal home before entertaining.Food items that I purchase from outside sources:AppetizersEntreesDessertsSaladsSoups15. What secondary activities will take place in your kitchen?Computer UsageHobbies:Medicine Center / UseChildren PlayingEatingLaundryMessage CenterStudy/HomeworkGrowing PlantsLiquor/Wine StoragePlanning DeskTV /Radio/Media/CD16. What is your cycle for shopping for food?DailyTwice Weekly 2008 NKBA BMF8WeeklyBi-weeklyMonthlyPage 4 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

17.What types of products/materials do you purchase at the grocery/specialty store?Predominantly fresh food purchased for a specific meal.Predominantly fresh/frozen foods purchased for stock.Traditional pantry boxed/packaged/canned/bottled goods purchased for stock.Cleaning products stocked in bulk:Paper products stocked in bulk:Other boxed/packaged food items stocked in bulk:Other:18. Where do you presently store:Baking EquipmentFlatwareLeftover ContainersServing TraysBoxed GoodsFood Prep UtensilsLinens/TowelsSpecialty Cooking Vessels (Wok, etc.)Canned GoodsFood Wrapping MaterialsNon-Refrigerated Fruits/VegsOther:Cleaning SuppliesGlasswarePaper ProductsOther:Coffee StationGrill EquipmentPet FoodOther:Cooking UtensilsHand AppliancesPots & PansOther:DishesLaundry/Iron EquipRecycle ContainersOther:Legend:AG Appliance GarageB BasementBA Base CabinetBC BookcaseC CountertopD DeskG GarageL Laundry RoomP Pantry ClosetT Tall CabinetW Wall CabinetWine19. What type of specialized storage is desired?BottlesDisplay ItemsLinenBread BoardDishesPlasticwareBread BoxFood WrappingsSoft Drink . What small specialty electrical appliances do you use in your kitchen?BlenderCrock Pot / Slow CookerMixerCan OpenerElectric Frying PanToasterCoffee GrinderFood ProcessorToaster OvenCoffee PotGriddleWokCountertopBuilt-inJuicer21. Do you plan on sorting recyclable trash in your kitchen?YesNoNumber of bins required:Would you like a sorting station in the:Kitchen 2008 NKBA BMF8Utility RoomGarageBasementOutsidePage 5 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Design Information1.What type of feeling would you like your new kitchen space to have? Have you created a scrapbook of notes, photos and ideas ofkitchens that you like?American CountryAsianWarm ContemporarySleek ContemporaryAmerican Formal2.Old World EuropeanPersonal Design Statement (Eclectic)TraditionalWhat colors do you like?And dislike?What colors are you considering for you new kitchen?What are the color preferences of other family members?3.Design Notes:Special Details: 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 6 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

CabinetrySourceKey: KS Kitchen SpecialistUse ExistingO Owner OA Owners AgentConstructionBaseYesWallTallIslandNoFurnished byKSFace ed intDoor TypeFull OverlayAcrylicPartial OverlayMetalLipOtherInsetDoor Style:HardwareKnobPullColor and Finish:Finger PullMaterialStorage Accessories or Organizers:BaseAppliance GarageWallTallIslandBreadboxPull-out CuttingBoardRoll-out CartCutlery TrayRoll-out ShelfDoor ShelfSpice Rack / DrawerDrawer Divider / InsertSwing-out ShelfDrawer Dish StorageTilt-down DrawerDrawer Pot / PanStorageKnife BlockTowel BarKnife DrawerTray Dividers(Vertical)Toe Kick Step StoolLazy Susan /TurntableMixer Lift-upTrash CanPantryVegetable Bin /BasketWide / Deep DrawerPlate RackPeg Board DrawerPot RackOtherPull-out Recycle BinOther 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 7 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Soffit / FasciaUse ExistingYesFurnished byNoKSO/OAFascia / Soffit ConstructionOpenExtendedInstalled byKSO/OAFascia / Soffit lay RailPaintLightedCorniceOtherCountertopsUse ExistingYes NoMaterialKSKitchenCeramic TileFurnished byO/OAIslandOtherInstalled byKSEdge GroutBevelConcreteOgeeEngineered Stone(quartz)GraniteBull NoseLimestoneSquareMarbleEasedFull½ FullPlastic LaminateContrast ColorStainless SteelOtherSoapstoneBacksplashSolid SurfaceMatch to CounterWoodFull HeightOtherEndsplash 4” HighOtherColor or Pattern:OtherDetails:Color or t: 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 8 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

SinkUse ExistingYesNoKSMaterialCompositeEnamel / Cast IronPorcelain / SteelStainless SteelSolid SurfaceOtherOtherNumber of BowlsOneTwoSame SizeLarge / SmallThreeColorSink #1Furnished byO/OASink #2Installed bySink #3Sink #1Sink #2Sink #3Sink #1Sink #2Sink lCounter SectionApronOtherSpecial FeaturesDrainboard LDrainboard RStrainerAccessories12345Sink #1O/OASink #2Sink #3Sink #1Sink #2Sink #3Installed byO/OASink #1Sink #2Sink #3Sink #1Sink #2Sink#3FaucetUse shed NickelPewterStainless SteelOtherKSSink #1Furnished byO/OASink #2Sink #3OtherOtherOtherOtherKSStyle / FeaturesOne Handle L RTwo-HandlesBridge TypePot FillerGoose NeckPull-out SprayAutomatic OperationOther FeaturesSeparate SprayInstant HotWater FilterDishwasher Air GapDispensersUse ExistingYesNoTypeDish DetergentKSSink #1Furnished byO/OASink #2Sink #3KSTypeHand SoapInstalled byO/OASink #1Sink #2Sink #3Hand LotionLighting SystemsUse ExistingYesNoGeneralFurnished iveIncandescentHalogenFluorescentXenon 2008 NKBA BMF8CoveRecessedPendantSurface nder CabinetIncandescentInstalled byO/OAKSAmbientHalogenFluorescentXenonOtherPage 9 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Appliance & Fixture Specifications - Option 1(Option 1 to be used by design professionals who select specific appliances for the client.)SizeColorItem / DescriptionSurface g.Surface VentilationFuelFuelRemote BlowerHood:ManufacturerModel #NotesConfiguration: P Professional CT Cooktop (controls on top)RT Range Top (controls on front)Style: DI Drop-in FS Freestanding SI Slide-inInterior BlowerWall MountedRecirculateCFMHeightTransitionIslandDuct Cover:Hood Liner and/or Blower:Down Draft:Micro Combo:Oven CookingOven:SingleDoubleOven / Microwave ComboWarming DrawerMicrowave and Specialty OvensMicrowaveQuantity:Configuration: CT Countertop BI Built-In OTR Over The RangeConfiig.Trim Kit:RefrigerationOther:Configuration: SxS Side-by-Side UCDR Undercounter Drawers UCD Undercounter Door L/R TF Top Freezer BF Bottom FreezerStyle: Free Standing BI Built-In (Standard) IN Built-In (Integrated) AR All Refrigerator AF All FreezerRefrig. ConfigStyle:Refrig. ConfigStyle:Refrig. ConfigStyle:Front PanelDishwasher / Compactor / IcemakerStyle: ST Standard IN Integrated SI Semi-Integrated DR DrawerDishwasherStyleCompactorStyleFront PanelWater ProductsConfiguration: S Single D Double BL Big and LittleSink #1ConfigStyle: UM Undermount TM Top Mount IN Intergral AP ApronC Counter SectionStyleFaucet:Sink #2ConfigSink #3ConfigStyleFaucet:StyleFaucet:Sink Accessories:Instant Hot:Water Filter:Garbage DisposerMiscellaneousQuantity(Laundry, BBQ / Outdoor Equip, Intercom, Vacuum, Espresso, Ironing Center, Water Softener, Warranty, etc.)End Appliance & Fixture Specifications - Option 1 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 10 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Appliance & Fixture Specifications - Option 2(Option 2 is used by designers who gather all generic appliance info., rather than specifying specific appliances.)RangeUse ExistingYesNoCooktop / Range TopFurnished byO/OAKSNewExisting gratedElectric Surface UnitsConventional CoilMagnetic InductionKSInstalled byO/OASize:Drop-InSlide-InProfessional StyleSealed GlassCeramicThermostaticControlled UnitDual Size UnitGas Surface UnitsOpen-Air (Conventional)SealedSurface ControlsElectronicConventional KnobOther Cooking Surface FeaturesGriddleGrillOven FeaturesElectric OvenGas OvenConvection OvenPyrolytic (SelfCleaning)Controls:Conventional KnobElectronicOther Range FeaturesKSFurnished byO/OANew Existing gratedElectric Surface UnitsConventional CoilNatural GasSolid Disk(Electric Hob)Halogen UnitUse ExistingYesNoInstalled byO/OASize:Natural GasDrop-InSlide-InProfessional StyleSolid Disk(Electric Hob)Halogen UnitMagnetic InductionDual Size UnitGas Surface UnitsOpen-Air (Conventional)Surface ControlsElectronicConventional KnobOther Cooking Surface FeaturesHigh BTUKSSealed GlassCeramicThermostaticControlled UnitSealedHigh BTUGriddleGrillBroilerOtherVentilation SystemUse ExistingYesNoKSUpdraft / CanopyExhaustHoodMatch to CooktopCustom DesignFurnished byO/OAInstalled byO/OAKSRecirculatingMatch to CabinetrySlim Line / TelescopingDowndraft / ProximitySurface MountPop-Up (Behind Cooktop)Ventilation System InstallationNew Ductwork NeededSpace to Run DuctworkOvensUse ExistingYesNoPop-Up (Next to Cooktop)Duct TerminationMicrowave OvenKSConventionalNewExisting Finish:ConfigurationFurnished byO/OAKSInstalled byO/OASize:SingleDoubleCombo Micro / OvenUnder-Counter InstallationWall InstallationConvection CookingConvection CookingSteam CookingelectiveGasHigh-Speed CookingPyrolytic (Self-Cleaning)Controls:Conventional KnobElectronicOther Features 2008 NKBA BMF8Use ExistingYesNoKSFurnished byO/OAMicrowave OvenNewExisting wave-Ventilation ComboMicrowave-Convection CookingFeaturesBrowning ElementKSInstalled byO/OASize:Boxed/Built-InIntegratedProfessional StyleMicrowave-Light CookingTurntablePage 11 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Refrigerator / FreezerUse ExistingYesFurnished byNoKSInstalled byO/OA#1TypeSingle Door RefrigeratorSingle Door FreezerRefrigerator / Freezer:Side by SideTop MountBottom MountUndercounterModular Units:Refrigerator DrawersFreezer ngBoxed-InIntegratedUnder-CounterDecorative PanelsKS#2#3O/OAFeaturesIce MakerIce Dispenser (Door)#1#2#3#1#2#3Mini-Door AccessWater Disp. (Outside)LCD ScreenOther Features#1#2#3Other Cooling AppliancesIce MakerWine StorageDishwasherUse ExistingYesFurnished byNoTypeDoorDrawersInstallationBuilt-InIntegrated with DecorativePanel to Match CabinetsStainless SteelColor FrontInstalled byKSO/OAKSO/OA#1#2#1#2Interior FinishPlasticStainlessDishwasher FeaturesAdjustable ShelvesFlatware Trays#1#2#1#2Multiple RacksSpecial CyclesStem StorageOther Clean-Up AppliancesUse ExistingYesNoFurnished byKSO/OA#1TypeDisposer:Batch FeedContinuous FeedInstalled by#2KS#3O/OA#1TypeTrash Compactor#2#3Other AppliancesUse ExistingYesNoFurnished byKSType:Built –In Small sionInstalled byKSVCR / DVDOther:O/OAWarming DrawerOther:Washer / DryerOther:End of Appliance & Fixture Specifications - Option 2 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 12 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

FlooringUse ExistingYesNoFurnished byO/OAKSInstalled byKSO/OAFloor PreparationFloor ic Subfloor t:Color or Pattern:Baseboard Under Trim:Describe:Transition TreatmentCheck all that apply.Slider S Casement C Double-Hung DH Skylight SLBow BOBay BAVinyl V Aluminum AAluminum Clad AC Wood W Glass Block GBFurnished byInstalled byO/OAKSO/OAExterior Wall Patch:Sink Vent Relocation:WindowsUse ExistingYesNoInterior Wall Patch:Window eck all that apply.Bi-Fold BF Slider S Pocket P French F Swing SWSolid Core SC Steel ST Hollow Core HCFurnished byInstalled byO/OAKSO/OAHingeSizeDoorsUse ExistingYesNoKSDoor esNoLRScreen:YesNoHardware Finish:PassagePrivacyKnobLever(Note: Door hinging determined as you face door and open toward you.)Decorative SurfacesUse ExistingYesNoWall PreparationKSNew Plaster/DrywallWall FinishWallpaperCeiling FinishPaintCeiling PreparationNew Plaster/DrywallFurnished byO/OACleanPaintWallpaperInstalled byKSPatch ExistTileSuspendedCleanWindow Treatment 2008 NKBA BMF8BlindsOther:VaultedPatch ExistOther:O/OARemove Exist. Covering:Other:Remove Exist. Covering:Repairs:FabricShuttersOther:Page 13 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

lityKSO/OANoHVACAir Conditioning System Age:Details:Planned Improvements:Heating System Age:Planned Improvements:Cooking Ventilation Ductwork Age:Planned Improvements:Electrical WorkYesNoDetails:New Service Panel:Code Updates:Modifications to Exist. Service:Plumbing:YesNoNew Rough-In Requirements:New Drainage Requirements:New Vent Stack Requirements:Modifications to Exist. Lines:General CarpentryYesNoDemolition Work:Exist. Fixture and Equip. Removal:Trash Removal:Reconstruction Work (Except as previously noted.)Windows:Doors:Interior Walls:Exterior Walls:Cabinet Install. / Woodworking Trim Install:Miscellaneous WorkDetails:YesNoJobsite / Room Clean-up:Building Permit(s):Structural Engineering / Architectural Fees:Inspection Fees:Jobsite Delivery:Other: 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 14 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Existing Construction Details1. Age of Home:Access Roads to Home:Elevator Size Limitations:Delivery Truck Clearances:2. Type of Neighborhood:RuralSuburbanUrbanHistoricMixed UseMulti-FamilyGated CommunityPlanned Development3. Type of Home:Single ryRanchApartment/FlatOther:4. Structure of Home:One-StorySplit-LevelSplit-Foyer/Raised RanchOther:5. Approximate Size of Home:6. Style of Home (Exterior):7. Is the home historic?YesNoWhat time period?Are there historic covenants or restrictions affecting the home?8. Is the home part of a Homeowner’s Association?YesNoIs there Homeowner’s Association covenants or restrictions affecting the home?9.YesNoStyle of Home ther:10. Room Below Kitchen 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 15 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Existing Construction Details- continued11. Condition of –Surface WallsFloors:Ceilings:Soffit / Fascia:Squareness of Corners:(Parallel Wall to Within ¾)Is there any hazardous material to be removed?12. Construction of Floor:Slab13. Direction of Floor Joists:14. Exterior:Brick15. Interior:DrywallParallel to Longest Kitchen WallAluminumStuccoLath & Plaster16. Windows Can Be Changed:17. Windows:FrameSlidersYesWoodOther:Other:No Doors Can Be Relocated:Double HungCity Service18. Sewage System:WoodPerpendicular to Longest Kitchen Wall Joist Height:SkylightsSeptic SystemYesCasementNo Walls Can Be Relocated:GreenhouseBow/BayYesNoOther:Other:19. Type of Roof Material:Age of Roof:Access:Can Equipment Fit Into The Room?Basement:Attic:Crawl Space:Material Storage:Trash Collection Area:HVAC: Describe Existing System: Heating:Ventilation:Air Conditioning:Plumbing:Location of Existing Vent Stack:Type of Trap:Add Additional Line:ElectricalGFCI Existing:YesNew Wiring Access:NoHardAverageExisting Electrical Service Capacity: 2008 NKBA BMF8EasyNumber of Circuits Open for Expansion:Number of 120V Circuits:Number of 240V Circuits:Page 16 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Appliance Diagram 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 17 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Windows and Doors Diagram 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 18 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

Heating Diagram 2008 NKBA BMF8Page 19 of 19Copyright 2008 by National Kitchen & Bath Association. All rights reserved. No part of this document may be reproduced in any form by Photostat, microfilm, xerography, or any other means, or incorporatedinto any informational retrieval system, electronic or mechanical, or transmitted, in any form or by any means, without the prior consent of the copyright owner.37941-1

10. What budget range have you established for your kitchen project? 5,000 – 10,000 10,000 - 20,000 20,000 – 40,000 40,000 – 60,000 60,000 – 75,000 75,000 – 100,000 100,000 11. How long do you intend to own the jobsite residence? a. Is return on investment a primary