Perth Custom Home Builder Explains How to Choose What Goes Into a New Home
PERTH, Western Australia June, 2013 – Kim March, Managing Director at Perth custom home builder David Reid Homes Perth, grew up around builders. Her father often took young Kim to building sites with him, so you could say that building quality, custom homes is in her blood. Yet Kim understands that for many people, building a home can be intimidating and confusing, not to mention, time-consuming.
That’s why Kim has released a FREE eGuide – to guide others through the building process by revealing all the information a new home buyer needs to know about the elusive process. Her eGuide, available online at www.davidreidhomesperth.com.au/, is the first home builder’s guide to a hassle-free design and build process. Kim has been generous enough to share some of her insider knowledge here:
Stage one: In the course of the initial design process, home buyers will usually have ideas of some items they want in their home and this can be included from the beginning, but others seek the guidance of an experienced and reputable custom home builder to guide them along the way.
Stage two: Whilst the home is waiting for approval from the local council, it is time to go over the plans for the two following sections:
- Electrical – This is where home buyers can request for power points, lights, ovens and other electrical appliances to be moved to the perfect place for them. Perth custom home builder David Reid Homes Perth even has a lighting specialist who can help the home buyer to match the perfect lighting solutions with the ‘mood’ they wish to create in the room.
- External colour selections – This is where home buyers choose everything from render colour, stone type, window, roof, downpipe, gutter, exposed aggregate and more. Again Perth custom home builder David Reid Homes Perth has specialised colour consultants and interior designers to make this process as easy as possible.
Stage three: Leading custom home builders that have a focus on customer service, offer the same colour consultants and interior designers from stage two visiting for this stage, visiting various suppliers (with the home buyers) to make internal finish selections. These selections are then added to the addenda and the contract varied if necessary.
Stage four: This stage is only necessary when changes are made after stage three. This will result in a variation charge. To find out what variation refers to, please see the full eGuide on the Perth custom home builder’s website www.davidreidhomesperth.com.au/.
David Reid Homes Perth’s professional team of designers, home builders and interior decorators are passionate about building custom homes in Perth. They help home buyers to design their own dream luxury home and ensure it is built on time and within budget. The Perth custom home builder’s motto is Raising the Standard and their award-winning display homes and numerous satisfied clients are testament to their proven ability to deliver – time and time again. Visit www.davidreidhomesperth.com.au/ to find out more.
- Contact Information
- Kim March
- Managing Director
- David Reid Homes Perth
- (61) 08 9473 0288
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