How to build right the first time
Learn from the mistakes of others and eliminate the trial and error that comes with building for the first time, writes
You dream of buying the perfect home, but nothing you visit quite ticks all your boxes. The solution? Build your own!
Unfortunately, building isn’t quite as simple as raising your hand at an auction. A lot of time, planning and, of course, money goes into building a house, and with that comes a bit of trial and error – and inevitable mistakes.
Here are a handful of common mistakes first-time builders make, and how to avoid making them yourself. sustainably, and (most importantly) sticking to budget. Find out more at jennianinfo.com. years’ time. Use mainstream appliance brands so you’ve got more budget for fittings, lighting and joinery. Don’t sacrifice quality just so you come under budget; look at the overall project and figure out what parts of the puzzle are most important. to be true, it probably is. A fast sale will normally come back to bite a client with cost overruns, construction delays and avoidable PC sums (provisional allowances for specific items that haven’t been chosen or priced yet). Jennian Homes works to slow the sales and design process down and provide greater certainty over pricing. It’ll take longer, but it’ll save you money and sleepless nights, and give you certainty in the long run.
Talk to your building team about how you can save money in ways that’s right for your home.