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Proper planning is essential
Embarking on any home renovation or extension project can be daunting. There’s so much to consider. From the design and finish to your budget and timing, not to mention finding the best tradespeople and suppliers. What should be an exciting time in your life can quickly become stressful.
Proper planning is essential and is the key to success. With a watertight plan, you’ll be more likely to enjoy the process and far less likely to make poor decisions and spend unnecessarily, pushing you over budget.
Improving or updating one area of your home will highlight other areas that need work. Without a plan, you risk starting a snowball effect of work needing to be done. Separate works are unlikely to complement each other. You’ll waste money and won’t be adding value to your home. All this will negatively affect your day-to-day life, and you’ll end up worse off than where you started.
Over 20 years of home design experience
Whilst working with hundreds of homeowners over the years, I’ve learnt a couple of tricks about planning for a home renovation or improvement. And I got to test those skills first hand when I renovated my own home a few years ago.
A simple and easy to use system
I’ve distilled all of my best tips to create a system with this planner to help you prepare and properly plan any home improvement, renovation or building project.
Whether you are tackling a small project yourself or planning a large build or renovation project, this planner is a ‘MUST HAVE’ to avoid unnecessary headaches and costly mistakes.
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