Is your house scary, not just for Halloween, but all year long? The house pictured at the right, not a DBP client, is a famous fun-scary house from television. Can you name the fictional family that lived there and the address?
The Design Build Planners can show you your home’s true potential. If you are happy and comfortable in your neighborhood, the only thing more frightening than a scary house is the thought of moving. “Move or Improve?” is a question that many homeowners face. Not only does moving have many costs and fees, there is the fear of the unknown. What will the neighbors be like? Will the children like the new school? Plus, existing home sales are a remodeler’s best economic indicator. Most people that relocate to an existing home purchase a major home renovation in the first year.
The Design Build Planners have a process that helps homeowners see what is possible for their home that makes sense for the structure, property, and neighborhood. These options are cross referenced with realistic budgets to help select a construction path that makes sense. Design build remodeling projects can be looked at as one major renovation or can be planned as phased remodeling projects over an extended period of time.
Here are the components of the standard DBP design and development package:
- Three design plan options (typically two modest and one “WOW” design)
- Full color elevation depictions (the image to the right is a custom home designed by DBP)
- Detailed scope of work required
- Budget ranges from DIY to full service remodeler
- 47 task category pricing
- Plus/minus options
- Showroom selection allowances
- Calendar view of estimated project start and completion timelines
While the above is the most common pre-construction package ordered by homeowners, the development work can be customized for almost any situation or items can be ordered ala carte.
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NOTE: The Munsters lived in the house pictured at the top. The fictional address was 1313 Mockingbird Lane.