- Architect Your Home
- 22 May 2017
Using an architect when remodelling your home or building an extension may feel like an added expense that you could do without, but take into consideration all of the long term cost benefits as well as Architect Your Home’s uniquely flexible approach, and the value soon becomes clear.
Have it your way
Architect Your Home is the only company that lets you pick and choose which architectural services you actually want and need. Employing an architect at the start of a project can seem like a costly and daunting prospect, however breaking it up into small chunks means you only pay for what you need, when you need it.
The Bigger Picture
Architects are not only there to design the perfect living space for you, they are also purveyors of practicality. Your architect will look at the bigger picture and point out any potential issues early, helping you avoid costly mistakes that otherwise may have been overlooked thereby saving you money in the long term.
We’ll Ask the Questions
To help you achieve the best possible results from your project, architects can act as the middleman between you and your suppliers/builders etc. They’re experts in communicating with suppliers and effectively conveying your vision, which not only eliminates the risk of costly misunderstandings, but means you get the best possible value from each of your suppliers.
As well as designing you a stunning new home or extension your architect is up to date on the latest materials, building methods and technologies and so he/she can make sure your new living space is built to be as efficient as possible which will help you make savings on your living and utility costs in the long run.
Higher Market Value
While this isn’t a ‘saving’ as such, adding value to your home is a definite advantage, and a key motivator for many projects. Simply put, good design adds desirability and so will help sell a home whereas a layout that feels odd or a badly finished project can send buyers running for the hills. Adding value to your home may require an initial outlay, but your return on investment could really make it worthwhile.
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