Before starting on a new home addition, there are several important things to consider. You’ll want to take your city’s municipal codes, the foundation of your home, material selection, and other design decisions into consideration in order for your addition to be built smoothly. Please read the information below in order to educate yourself better about the four major things to consider before building an addition to your home.
A construction manager’s insight, experience, guidance, and complete loyalty are essential to ensure that YOUR best interests are always the prime consideration for every decision made throughout the remodeling process. This is not the case with many contractors because they are looking out for their own best interests and as a result are not providing unbiased advice. Homeowners that attempt to go it alone: who don’t understand the importance of proper pre-planning; who don’t take the time to do the due diligence needed and fail to constantly monitor their project once building begins, are virtually guaranteed to run into problems, delays, and budget busting surprises.
Hundreds of decisions and supervision details: that’s the reality of a home remodel. Construction managers handle the daily decisions that have to be made about your project, especially once construction begins. They’re on site to facilitate and handle the daily supervision, cutting down on costly delays, and budget busting cost overruns, saving you thousands of dollars and countless hours.