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Architects Advice: Tips for Home Improvement
When we first bought the house we could have done work straight away but our circumstances were completely different (a three-year-old son and another on the way) and our budget was much too small to attain everything that we wished to do, so we waited. It was the best decision we could have made.

In the past, I used to try to help clients phase the whole renovation job so their budget can be spread out however now, where possible, I suggest my clients to wait. This often means I talk myself out of a job but if they can move in and make the house liveable until they have enough money to do everything at once, then this is with no doubt the best decision. Not only will they get greater value for money and only go through the we had to push our move time out to accommodate this.

Waiting the extra time while for the builder to be completed entirely was so important. Had we moved in a couple of weeks earlier, everyone could have been trying to finish around us and what would have had taken two weeks could have dragged out to four, or six weeks even.

It’s never a good idea to move in before the work is all done. Giving the contractor a deadline to work to is essential but make sure it’s reasonable and, if things cause the project to overrun you should make allowances and adjust your plans accordingly.


Really do your homework
The build is an unstoppable process and the feeling that once you begin there is no turning back can be just unsettling. So I recommend you be as organised as you can, while the contractor will need provide a plan which can serve you as guide when critical decisions need to be made.

My advice, however, is to have all your decisions made before the work begins This is something I always recommend to my clients. However, my experience of going through the process myself has confirmed it’s probably the best single piece of advice I could give anyone who is planning a home renovation project.

Once the build starts you’ll feel under pressure, you will see distractions and emotions to cope with, so you won’t be at your best as it pertains to making decisions. Getting the decisions made before anyone asked you to make them will significantly lessen the stress and make the process much more bearable. You may even lovemit.

Keep Your Eyes on the Prize
A home remodelling is quite a complex process. There are so many moving parts and persons involved that there are bound to be hiccups during the whole project. Try to predict where issues might come up and be flexible. Things can surely go wrong, but try to keep an open focus and mind on the solution rather than the problem. Be as organised as you can be and respect your decisions.

Home renovations and extensions are emotionally exhausting, so my final little bit of advice is to remain focused on the end result because I could promise you it‘ll be worth it.

Hope you enjoyed this write-up, to learn more on Architects Advice: Expert Architectural Advice for Home Renovation visit our site.
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