By . Architecture. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 03:54:38 AM.
It is important to realise that any kind of renovation is never simple, there are always many different layers involved. Ensuring your designs perfectly solve your most pressing issues in the most effective way possible will kick start your project in the right direction. Choosing an architect, selecting a builder, getting your planning permissions straight and living alongside workers for a period of time are just part and parcel of having an extension. By ignoring the inevitable, one of these elements may come back to bite you
The choice of flooring is one of the most basic yet important decisions a homeowner has to make when undertaking a renovation, as it underpins everything else. While there are plenty of different options, from carpet to terrazzo, one material is the acknowledged standard hardwood. But not all hardwood flooring is created equal, and selecting a product isnt simply a matter of choosing a preferred color. A range of other factors can have an impact on both aesthetics and performance.
Architects have done it all before and have learned how to think fast when results are needed now, they have the expert ability to conceive an alternative course of action when, for example, your builder claims your materials wont arrive for twelve weeks, yet still have the patience of a saint when faced with planners, gas companies and all the other parties whose dictionary doesnt include the words now or soon. Share the pains of your home improvement project, big or small, with an experienced professional and you’ll find you reep the benefits of your dwellings new design.
For home renovation works in particular, there are always unknown entities that will vary the cost of a project once the works have started. Therefore, make sure you are prepared with a contingency sum a minimum of five per cent of the contract value is recommended to cover the costs of the inevitable variations. In partnership with this consideration, you be very well advised to have a contract in place between you and your builder. Additionally, if your home is listed, relevant works to the historic interests of the building will be exempt from VAT.
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