Ask Yourself One More Question After Plans Are Completed
Here's some questions you need to ask yourself, you
designed the house, it looks good, makes sense and now you're ready to
build. Are you really done? Is everything really how you want it? Can
you clearly see how the home is going to function? And last but not
least, have you allowed any money in your budget for changes.
The elevations usually give you an idea of what the exterior of the house is going to look like in most homeowners can get a pretty good idea about the exterior and even some of the interior sections of the home.
You've probably spent enough time working with the architect and may be the contractor and you could even be totally done, with this part of the planning. Let's just start building the home, between the architect, the engineer and your local building department, you've had it and would like to start the project.
I know what you're thinking, I know where you've been, now I want you to focus on my original question. Can you clearly see how the home is going to look?
Make sure, and I mean make sure that you have a good idea, what your home is going to look like. After the home planner, architect and home designer have given you your plans and they are now complete, spend at least one hour each night, examining the plans and make sure that you are comfortable with the layout, each room, exterior and interior design.
Any changes that you need to make now are going to save you lots of money in the future, even though they could delay the job for you few more months. This is very important and you really need to examine the plans, thoroughly.
Happy homebuilding and I hope this helps, because I have saved homeowners thousands of dollars, simply by asking the question, are you really sure that this is what you want.