Why A Design Helps Speed Up You Project (and Keeps it On Budget)
Written by Artisan Contracting on September 4, 2020
Almost every home renovation project has a design of some kind. But the clearer and more comprehensive that design is, the better the renovation process goes. We find that projects with the best planning are completed on schedule and under budget. But why, and how can you get that quality planning for your own project?
Understand the Design Better
Proper planning results in clear designs. You will feel more comfortable giving your approval of the project when you feel like you really understand how it will look. So, you’ll move faster into the actual build process. We find that our 3D models are very helpful to reassure clients that they truly understand how the space will look and feel after the renovation.
Prevent Last-Minute Changes
When you have a clear picture of what finishes, colours and features you’ll have in your new space, you will be less tempted to make last-minute changes that can delay the build process and cost you more money. It’s all about understanding what is going into your space so that you are perfectly happy when you see it in person.
Make Your Decisions Up-Front
It’s common for budgets to get away from people when they make so many decisions over such a long period of time. You can’t go back and spend less on the flooring you’ve already ordered, to make room for the new fridge you’ve fallen in love with. It’s better to be able to balance all of your purchase decisions upfront, so you can really maximize your priorities.
The Contractor Instruction Manual
How do you get more complete planning? At Artisan Contracting, we plan all of our projects with intensity, because it’s the best way to get a final product you love, on budget, and on time. We provide a Contractor Instruction Manual with all of our projects. It details every single product being installed in your space, all of the final drawings and designs, every change we are making to your space, and a complete cost break down.
Thanks to the Contractor Instruction Manual, you know exactly what is going to be completed in your renovation. All of your decisions are made upfront so that you don’t blow your budget later in the process, or find your project delayed as you struggle to choose a feature. You have all of the time you need to be certain you’re happy with the design upfront. Once you’re ready to build, we’ll work hard to be on time.