By . Architecture. Published at Tuesday, June 05th, 2018 - 18:41:14 PM.
In any home renovation, there will always be implications related to each decision, these include factors such as loss and gain of daylight, structural considerations, planning issues, Party Wall matters, building construction standards Building Regulations and so on. Having an architect to produce sketch design options drawn to scale will not only help you envisage and test your ideas but will bring to light many of the implications listed above, with consideration of the broader issues. As your design develops, an architect appreciates the knockon effect your decisions will have on your project plans. These changes can be managed and coordinated with the invaluable information an architect can provide, covering general arrangements, electrical and drainage plans and structural and civil aspects.
Eco is in, so the conversation would not be complete without some talk about sustainability. The green movement has made its way into every aspect of the building market, and siding is no different. Homeowners are also demanding energy efficient products that will help them reduce the overall carbon footprint of their home. With the available sustainable siding options, homeowners can get what they want starting with the outside and working in. Brick, rock, and stone siding are naturally abundant materials and can be salvaged and repurposed. Fiber cement siding is grained to look like real wood and is an eco friendly alternative to vinyl siding in that it is biodegradable. Wood siding can be made from wood harvested from sustainable sources in may be salvaged and re used down the road.
Your home renovation project may well be one of the biggest investments of your life, so understanding costs and controlling risks is of the utmost importance. For successful and happy projects, expectations and available funds have to match. So, what should you consider when contemplating your projects budget
Siding is a great way to add a pop of color and a punch of character to your house. Think of it as the skin of your home dress it in its best. Trends are all about bold colors, mixing textures, and playing with the orientation to give your new home some definition. Some architectural styles, like Shingle style, require specific exterior siding, but for the most part, many homes can accommodate any combination of materials.
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