When your very own design style calls, when your love of antiques is dying to find the perfect expression, when your aversion for clutter screams the need for a larger space, you know it’s time to talk to a residential architect and go from ideas to reality.
Your residential architects will understand your taste and identify your needs. At Home Care Contractors our residential architects will help you zero in on your aesthetic and help you decide on a style that best fits your nature. Whether you are set on a traditional home, a craftsman or ranch, a minimalist one, a modern one, or one that is uniquely “you,” your residential architects will design and build the perfect house for you.
Achieving the perfect balance between form and function is definitely challenging. Your residential architects know that focusing on the big picture is just as important as getting the small details right. From deciding on the perfect color palette to selecting the perfect pieces of furniture, you can be sure that working with Home Care Contractors residential architects means you will end up with the home of your dreams.
Some Considerations to Get Started
Whether you are thinking of remodeling your current home or are interested in a new build, you may find inspiration on what you want by taking some time to glance back and think through other places where you have lived. Remember what spaces worked and which ones didn’t, what you liked, and what you have decided you can do without.
Also, consider your stage in life since this will impact the size and function of the house you want now. It makes a big difference if you are just starting out, have a growing family, you have become empty nesters, you have decided to age in place, or you have decided to downsize.
If you will be building a new home, think about the lot and the views it offers, what is the best orientation for the bedrooms, whether you will have the sun hitting the bedroom windows in the morning or if the lot faces in a direction where that will not be possible.
It is also important to know if there are any HOA requirements that will limit the style, finishes, and colors you are allowed to use. Additionally, it is important to know if there are any zoning laws or property setbacks. Share this information with your residential architects since it will need to be incorporated into the plans for the new house.
Set Your Budget
Your residential architects will work with you to establish a realistic budget for your project. Based on the money you have available, your contractor will explain what items might need to be cut and which ones will be included.
Many other factors will influence your bottom line such as the building materials that will be used, the finishes, and the cost of labor, to name a few. Also, consider how many stories, how complicated the roofline will be, whether you want to add a pool or an outdoor kitchen, a deck, a fence, landscaping, and more.
Once your budget has been determined, your residential architects will discuss with you the projected timeline. It is always a good idea to be well informed as to what will happen in order to avoid feeling frustrated.
Home Care Contractors – Your One-Stop Residential Architects
When you are ready to embark upon a rewarding construction project, from the smallest remodel to a full-blown new construction of a new house that you will share with your loved ones, the residential architects and contractors at Home Care Contractors are prepared to take on the job and give you a place where you can build new memories from now until forever.
It has been said that no house is defined by a single feature, just like no two families will have the same wants or needs. Our residential architects will come to understand you, your family’s life, the land on which the home will be built, your budget and timeframe, and the architectural style of your preference. Our vision is grounded in a realistic approach and is backed by our years of experience building the most amazing homes in the Seattle area. Give us a call today to get your project started.