Our Services

Floor Plans Development Services 3D Renderings
A custom home is designed for the way you live your life and works with your site to capture views and other natural surroundings. We are experienced in how to make your plan work with your lot, whether the design be for narrow or sloping lot conditions, waterfront setbacks, walkout basement, or other foundation requirements. West Coast Design combines the needs and wants of the client while being ever-mindful of the construction budget. We also have a great selection of pre designed house plans either as is or with some modifications. West Coast Design is able to provide a full range of services to take land development projects from the conceptual stage through to construction. We investigate potential obstacles to land development projects to identify and address, if possible, problems before much time and money is spent. A critical part of this exercise is pre-consulting with municipalities and review agencies, and maintaining a good working relationship with them throughout the approval process. Exterior rendered images are now extremely popular in a number of different professions. Property developers and designers are just a few who now use 3D rendering to assist in marketing property, planning applications, site boards and websites. We can work from a variety of plans and drawings and you can choose exact building materials, external features and landscaping to enhance your images.

We have experience creating several different kinds of plans including but not limited to:

-One Story -Two Storey -Three Storey
-Multifamily -Townhomes -Commercial
-Barns -Garages -Suites

West Coast Design provides design services based on the needs of the client, whether it be a small addition or a complete home. Please come prepared to discuss your budget goals, needs and site requirements. Gather design ideas from home design magazines and other sources. Have a written list of room sizes & function of each space. Bring any legal documents pertaining to your lot.

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