While finding or designing the perfect home plan for your family may seem like an easy first step, we can assure you that this is not the case. Many construction or redevelopment projects exceed the budget and are late even before they start, simply because too many people assume that developing a house plan is easy .
When you discover and implement the "5 Secrets to Designing Home Plans for Your Family", you will:
- Customize a Home to the Needs of Your Family
- Creating a Healthy and Happy Home
- Balance Your Home and Your Budget Objectives
- Save Money
Streamline Your Time
A family, already outnumbered by several thousand dollars, recently discovered these 5 secrets,
we had followed these steps to begin, we would have money in the bank and our project would have been done. We did not understand how important it was to plan for our house plan. 19659002] Secret # 1 – Set Space Customizes Your Home for Your Family
When you want plans for your building or remodeling project, the traditional board tells you to start looking at house plan books and to collect pictures. Although this approach will show you what you like, it will not really show you what you need. It is time to stop and think about the types of spaces you and your family need and . By refining your space needs, you can pre-customize your home. Start a journal and record your discoveries.
Where are you now?
- What works in your space? What is working well? Which rooms do you like?
- What does not work in your space? What space is missing or what space is unused?
- Are there pieces too small or too big? If you have a comfortable room, measure it to have a point of reference when you look at the plans.
- Organize a family gathering and ask everyone to define what is important to them. Do they need more space to play or have friends?
- Does anyone need more storage?
- How about another bathroom to get ready in the morning?
- Do you intend to retire from this house? Should the master suite and laundry room be at the main level?
- Look at how your family lives for the next ten days. Note in which rooms you spend the most time.
- Where are the traffic jams coming out in the morning?
- How does your family fit to live in space and what would make it better?
- Which parts should be next to each other and which should NOT?
- Where are you going to build? Waterfront, country setting, family neighborhood?
- Will your home be formal and detailed or casual and comfortable?
- Do you need a room for your special hobbies?
- Will you entertain family and friends? Is it entertaining informal or formal?
- Do you need space for indoor recreation?
- Do you want your home to be a safe haven?
- Do you have frequent house guests?
- Someone's going to take a business out of the house
- Maximize your space with leisure and work space
- Will you need more storage?
- Should it be easily accessible?
- Is this house a springboard for investment?
- Will you come long enough to this house to be part of your retirement portfolio?
- Know what your final costs will be in terms of mortgage, insurance, property tax, homeowner association, and so on.
- Get a general idea of the potential cost of various utilities – electricity, heat, garbage, cable and the Internet. etc.
- Know where your budget limits are and respect them.
- Will you use a designer or an architect? do you know the difference?
- What about the choice between action plans and modified or customized design resources?
- How will you communicate with your design professional or design resource? Phone, email, fax, in person?
- Make sure all parties involved are on the same page.
- Keep the lines of communication open and say so if necessary.
- With the expertise of a construction consultant, you control the design of your home through a detailed review of the plans at each stage of their design.
- Get references for action plans, designers and architects.
- These design professionals can help you turn your plans and dreams into reality in your new home.
- Retaining a professional construction consultant will advise you throughout the process, giving you the control and confidence to make smart decisions that will help you avoid costly mistakes and build more homes for your money. .
Who will live in space?
Follow your lifestyle.
Secret # 2 – Deciding that your style creates a healthy and happy home
Amazing design and beautiful decor do not automatically give you functionality and efficiency. It is important to think about the interests of your family, the business you are keeping and your different hobby, storage and work space needs.
Compliment the lifestyle of your family.
Creating places for life to happen.
Know where you're going to put your stuff.
Secret # 3 – Determine Your Budget Balances Your Goals
A critical step in the plan development process is to match your dream home plans to your budget. One of the most common mistakes in creating a custom home plan is simply neglecting the available budget. Plan ahead so you do not have to cut corners when it is too late and too expensive.
Consider your financial goals.
Calculate your monthly payments.
Control the costs of your project.
Secret # 4 – Leading your design professional saves you money
Once you start identifying your family's needs and your ideas start to develop, you need a professional designer, an architect or other custom home design resources. All custom homes require engineering and this step will help you convert your dreams into a hard copy, paper reality.
Partner with a design professional.
Prepare yourself for clear communication.
Secret # 5 – Partnering with a Construction Consultant to Streamline Your Time
Control your plan selection and design process.
Contact competent and competent professionals and resources.
Capitalize on the expertise of your team.
Only you and your family will know what's right for you in the house of your dreams. Taking the time to follow these steps and working with a construction consultant will give you the advice you need to plan and build the home you want and need, on time and on budget.