Matamata Chronicle - - Building -

Of­ten once a build­ing project is un­der­way, own­ers will change their mind on what they want. For ex­am­ple if you de­cide you want to re­place the pic­ture win­dow with French doors or that a built-in cup­board in an al­cove would pro­vide more stor­age, these are called vari­a­tions and should be dis­cussed with your builder as soon as pos­si­ble.

Changes can of­ten in­cur more cost and there may also be a good rea­son why the changes can­not be made. Ask­ing early and get­ting quotes on any po­ten­tial vari­a­tions en­sures that the com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween you and your builder keep flow­ing and ev­ery­one’s ex­pec­ta­tions are be­ing met.

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