The long awaited moment has arrived: you start building your home! Firstly, know that the quality of your house plan is crucial to the success of your project. A good plan must specify each architectural detail of your future home, both internally and externally.
With so many building options today, it’s hard to choose which one is the right one for you and your family. Pre-fabricated homes and various versions of these homes seem to be making considerable headway in the housing market.
Personal projects and overseeing their completion creates a strong sense of pride and ownership for all parties involved. People will choose to build their own homes, as they have previously lived in a home that is no longer serving their specific needs. Generally, their experience with this old home will dictate and inspire the flow and layout for a new home.
Dreaming about designing your new custom home?
Deciding on an aesthetic, theme, and layout can be daunting. Luckily, there are numerous resources to help make the process easier before going ahead and hiring a professional interior designer. You can visualize an entire room’s aesthetic on your laptop, mobile device, or tablet, thanks to modern technology.
You’ve purchased a small lot but still want a beautiful and well-lit home. It’s time to ask yourself… “Is this feasible?” Thankfully, BONE Structure has all the solutions for your Infill project.
The crux for your construction project relies on an essential ingredient: proper materials. Construction and its related materials have been an essential component to human evolution and our standards of living. In fact, materials commonly used in construction today can date their beginnings to as far back as 400 BC.
Time, as they say, is money, especially when it comes to construction. Building a house over several years is more expensive than building a house in weeks, or months.
The building industry has a huge impact on our planet – about 30 to 40% of all of the primary energy used worldwide is used in buildings. This energy usage directly correlates to climatic changes and air pollution, as non-renewable energy production continues to dominate the market.
You recycle everything that can be recycled. You’re careful not to overheat your home. You’re mindful of your water use. You do your laundry in cold water. You refuse to buy over-packaged products.
When you buy something, be it a household appliance, electronic equipment or a car, you know that you’re protected against manufacturing defects by the manufacturer warranty. But what about when you buy a newly constructed home?