House Building Plan Basics: What Are You & Your Builders Looking At?
Dec 19, 2019
You building plan is an early glimpse at your dream home, but do you know what you’re looking at? Unless you’re in the construction or architecture trades, building plans might seem incomprehensible. However, they are an important opportunity to stay involved with your building company and participate in the construction of your new home.
The truth is you don’t need to fully understand your new house building plans to use them to your benefit.
Keep reading to learn more about your building plans, how your building company uses them, and what you can do to stay involved.
What are house plans?
Your house plans are the blueprint your building company will follow as they transform your dream home from a concept to a reality. The plan factors in the essential design elements, including what you want and need in your new home, the location, property size, and budget to create an instruction manual for your building company to follow, in the form of specific measurements and schematics for every detail of the home.
What every house plan needs
Most building plans can be split into four key sections:
What are your home builders looking at?
One of the most important factors your building company will consider as they consult your building plans is how they will build the house to consent. They will also use the building plans to determine an itemised timeline for the build, factoring in the location of key utilities and structural support, materials, and equipment access.
How you can stay involved with your house building plans
The right building company with the right building plans
If you’re in the market for the top home builders Auckland has to offer, why settle for one that can’t provide their own building plans? LD Construction provide a range of certified plans we’re ready to start on immediately. Our familiarity with these architecturally designed plans means you can count on a quick, efficient, and high-quality build. Contact LD Construction today to learn more.