Federal Brace teams up with Chief Architect

Federal Brace teams up with Chief Architect

Charlotte, NC – February 27, 2018 Federal Brace has added their complete product catalog to Chief Architect, software that enables designers and architects to complete drawings, 3-dimensional renderings, and 360° panoramas of projects, enabling them to perfect their design through modern technology. Federal Brace added their products with the goal of “enhancing customer experience,” says General Manager, Cathy Morgan, adding, “many of the designers we regularly partner with use Chief Architect and wanted to show their clients what their custom design would look prior to project completion. Our products are a crucial part of the design, so their addition to the platform adds a level of fulfillment for both designers, remodelers, and their respective clientele that was previously impossible.”

 

Chief Architect allows designers to render selected products into design plans for customers, including construction drawings, elevations, and CAD details, professional-quality 3D models including floorplans and framings, and, most recently, 360° panoramas that lean into the virtual reality realm. They partner with the National Kitchen and Bath Association (NKBA) to ensure that wall elevations and dimensions are to standard and even allow designers to take NKBA certification exams on Chief Architect’s downloadable software. Many custom options are available, but name-brand products, such as Federal Brace’s expanding catalog of premier and designer supports, are always in high-demand by designers and consumers alike. 

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