Owner Builder Tips
When it comes to construction, delays are inevitable. However, you can manage your costs and keep the project moving forward simply by understanding the external factors that cause delays, paying attention to detail, and proactively communicating with everyone involved with the project. Neither the homeowner nor the contractor wants to see construction delays because it costs time and money, and managing delays can mean the difference between profit and loss, and success and failure. The following are some of the most common reasons for project delays, and how you can try to prevent them.
Clients not knowing what they want for their home
A lot of people want to build their dream home — something that is unique to them and that is designed and built by them. Unfortunately, a lot of people don’t have the skills necessary to dream up a functioning, structurally sound home from scratch. This might cause a lot of delays right from the start of a project, and possibly more wavering down the road. To avoid this issue, encourage clients to look into buying a kit home instead of building from scratch. This is the best way for clients to get a custom home, but one that has already been planned out.
Being an owner builder is exciting. There is a great sense of achievement too once you’ve built your own home. Here we’ve listed the all important tips that will help make the building process just that little bit easier. Whether you’ve chosen your new house from a range of kit homes or are still in the process of selecting your new abode to build, we’ve got the tips you don’t want to miss:
Well, this is rather obvious but it’s vital to ensuring you get the job done well. Here are a few tips to keep you organised: