Common Questions About Kitchen and Bath Design and Remodeling in Baton Rouge

In-Home Consultation

We will have two degreed designers visit your home to discuss your project with you. They will ask you questions about how you use your space, what you like and don't like about it, and what you hope the result will be. The designers will give you ideas of various solutions for your project and will also provide a ballpark figure of how much it may cost. They will also take measurements and photos of your space for the future design and selections process.

The In-home consultation fee does not apply toward design and selection services. 

Our design teams are assigned to projects based on a rotation system. All of our designers are degreed and experienced in the kitchen and bath industry. However, if you have a specific request regarding the designer you'd like to work with, please let Kaitlyn know and she can try to accommodate your request. It may result in longer lead time for scheduling your in-home consultation. 

We design spaces that fit your style. Our designers will guide you through the selections process to find the finishes that will express your style.

We do whole house renovations but specialize in kitchens and baths. We can help you with your living spaces!
While we cannot handle the construction of an addition or new construction home, we can assist with the design and selection process as well as provide products for your project. For a home addition, we can finish out the space once the foundation, roof, and walls are complete. 
Yes, if you are planning a renovation and already have a contractor, we can work with you to design and make selections for the space. At the end of the design and selection process, you own the designs and specifications for your project so that you can pass them along to your contractor. For projects that require a permit, our designs would need to be passed along to an architect or draftsman to create permitted plans. 

Design Selections

The timeline varies client to client, depending on the size and scope of your project as well as schedule availability. We can typically book your in-home consultation 1-2 weeks out. If you decide to move forward with the design or selection process, typical turnaround is about two weeks for design and 1-2 weeks for selections. Once designs and selections are finalized, it typically takes about 2 weeks to bid the job.
No, we do not sell individual products; however, if you choose to move forward with our turnkey services, then we can provide your bathtub as part of your bid package.
Yes, depending on the final scope of the job, we can reuse elements of your existing space.
We recommend Quartz as the best surface for your countertops as they are stain, scratch, and chip resistant. They are also permanently sealed and come with a manufacturer's warranty. However, we can work with granite and other natural stone surfaces if you would prefer. Our designers will educate you on the pros and cons of the particular material you have in mind.
Yes, we can assist you with selecting paint colors that will compliment the rest of the selections for your space.
Yes, we can provide all of the products needed for your renovation.
We install our products to the manufacturer's specifications in order to preserve the warranties they come with. Acadian House provides a 1-year warranty on all of our labor. 
We currently do not provide appliances, but we work with an appliance specialist who can assist you with the selection and buying process.
We use fully customizable manufactured cabinets in order for your product to have a high-quality finish. The cabinets feature soft close doors and drawers, full extension drawers, adjustable shelves. Accessories, such as trash pullouts, Tupperware organizers, etc., are also available to be incorporated into your design so your cabinets can best fir your needs and space.


Bidding is done at no fee to the client. 

Unfortunately, TV shows do not convey realistic costs of renovating. When you are watching tv shows about renovations, keep in mind that most product and labor is either donated or provided at lower costs in exchange for publicity on the show.
We do not have a minimum size or cost for a project; however, we are a design/build firm and handle complete jobs. We don't sell and install single products like plumbing fixtures, flooring, and countertops.
While kitchens are typically more expensive in total cost, bathrooms tend to cost more per square foot to renovate. 
We do not offer financing at this time. If you are interested in a home equity line of credit, we can refer you to some local banks that may be able to assist in securing a loan.
We bid our jobs to the penny so the client knows exactly the cost of the renovation. The only way you will incur extra costs after signing a contract is if you change your mind or something unforeseen is discovered during the course of construction.


Time frames vary from project to project, depending on the final scope of work. Most projects will consist of a 60 to 90-day timeframe with some as little as 30 days. Your contract will include a start and finish date that is specific to your project.
While unforeseen items can be found during renovations, it does not happen on every job like TV shows might make you think. It is very rare to uncover unforeseen items that were not evident during the in-home consultation. If something were to be discovered, we would discuss the situation with you to develop a game plan moving forward.
Yes, every that will be working on the construction of your project is insured. We work with the same qualified and insured subs for every job.
No, we use a lock-box system so that you can go about your daily routine. We want to make the process of your renovation easy and stress-free.