Surmount supply chain challenges and other delays thanks to tech-forward platform Skipp Renovation.
Broken down by a four-step method, Skipp’s innovative platform gathers precise 3D measurements, then generates custom layouts narrowed down by user budgets, needs and preferences.
There is no doubt that the pandemic wreaked havoc on renovations as supply chain issues caused almost comical levels of delays. But not to fret, as necessity is the mother of invention and Skipp Renovation is here to not only restore normalcy, but revolutionize the future of home renovation services while doing so.
“Given the massive supply chain delays and logistical challenges the industry is currently seeing, it’s practically unheard of to customize, build and ship cabinetry in only two weeks,” says Skipp co-founder and CEO Ian Jaffrey. Skipp simplifies the seemingly endless renovation process by breaking it down into a four-step method, keeping curated design possibilities at clients’ fingertips.
Skipp partners with manufacturers including Boxi, Ferguson and Fireclay Tile to streamline your renovation with top designer brands.
Co-founded in New York City, this technology-driven startup has hit the ground running by first gathering precise 3D measurements of homes to generate hundreds of custom layouts and design collections from there. These models are then individualized to clients’ budgets and preferences, saving time, money and sanity. The vetted contractors that turn Skipp’s drawn-up dreams into a reality work hand in hand with architect-grade planning systems to rid any risk of costly mistakes typically expected in the construction phase of the renovation process.
“With quality and individuality equally a priority, every renovation is truly one of a kind,” says Jaffrey. “We’re thrilled to be working with our top-of-the-line materials sources and millworking partners—whose operation is one of the best we’ve seen—to provide customers with modern Europeanstyle cabinets built to last a lifetime.”
As AI continues to influence the architecture and design community, Skipp offers a glimpse into the future of renovations and design.