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Architects Advice: Tips for Home Improvement


After a brief look through the space, the shook his head and said: ‘why don’t you extend house then?’ The man was right. We‘d reached a stage where we were able to really do with more space and a bigger fridge wasn’t going to improve things in the long term.

Small projects are alright but not if they‘re only a stop-gap solution. I often meet people who want to add a additional room or convert part of their home, but the underlying issue with the house is much more significant.

Investing in an attic conversion when the layout of the rest of the house is not working is not the most convenient way to spend your money. We’ll all favour choosing the quick fix so getting some impartial advice is vital to ensure you make the right decision. I’m the one dishing out the advice usually, but when it came to my very own home, I needed a second opinion.

Wait Until You Have the Money to Do ALL YOU Want.Wait Until You Have Enough Money ALL YOU Want.
When we first bought the house we could have done work immediately but our circumstances were completely different (a three-year-old son and another on the way) and our budget was far too small to achieve everything that we had in mind do, so we waited. It certainly was the best decision we could have made.

In the past, I have tried to help clients phase the work so their budget can be spread out however now, where possible, I recommend my clients to hold back a little. 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 build process once but they will also have the added advantage of time, which might mean that their plans change leading to a much better job in the future.

Build Up Contingency Into the Timescale
Build some breathing space into the timescale. The build process is an unpredictable one and even the most organised amongst us will come up against issues that push deadline out.

Our build process took 7.5 months, which is pretty good. We‘d hoped to done in 7, but some changes took a bit longer than planned and so we had to push our move day out to accommodate this.

Waiting the extra time while for the builder to be completed entirely was worth it. Had we moved in two weeks earlier, everyone would have been trying to finish around us and what required two weeks would have dragged out to four, or even six weeks.

It’s never a good idea to move in before the work is completely finished Giving the builder a deadline to work to is vital but make sure it’s practical and, if things cause the project to overrun you should make allowances and adjust your plans accordingly.

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