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Go through as many building plans as possible keeping in mind the home needs of your family. You may want to allocate more space to the rooms that your family will use most. Interior design consultations, whether for the basics or full blown plan are important and help you enjoy building your new home.
When choosing a builder carefully consider his building experience and call his customers to get their opinion. In your agreement with the builder make a complete description of the home. Plans and specifications must be agreed to and signed by all parties. Get a firm price for the home. Do not sign an agreement that leaves out some costs. The price must complete the home at the agreed site.
Conduct a soil test for the building lot to make sure the soils are suitable. A percolation test may also be necessary if a septic system is needed. Note that correcting soil problems can be expensive. So it’s wise to test the soil before purchasing the building lot.
There are code requirements that determine how homes are to be wired. Identify all your electrical needs and advise the builder before the project commences.
4. AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING.
Depending on the location of the building lot you may utilize electric air conditioner or if natural gas is more available combine it with a gas furnace to control your home’s interior comfort.
5. FURNITURE PLAN.
Templates with floor plans can help you draw furniture into your rooms at home. Most office supply stores sell these templates that show different furniture sizes and styles.
6. THE HOME’S INTERIOR FEATURES.
i. Ceiling heights
Usually the ceilings are flat with heights of 9 feet.
There is a wide variety available ranging from traditional to contemporary. Choose the molding that suits your taste.
iii. Plumbing and fixtures.
There are a wide variety of fixtures available depending on your budget and taste.
iv. OTHER THINGS TO CONSIDER.
(a) Interior doors
(b) Ceiling fans.
Install them in the bedroom and main living areas. They reduce energy use and are good at cooling your home.
There is a wide variety available. Make sure you acquire appliances that will meet your long term needs .