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A grassroots movement in neighborhood building, called cohousing, presents seniors with another option to stay connected and age in place in their own home.
Consider your home's layout to decide if an existing space can be converted into a game room or if you'll need to add on.
Whenever possible, arrange furnishings to open up areas of floor and avoid blocking views to windows and doors. The farther you can see into, and through, a space, the larger and more open it will seem.
Assuming this is new single family residential
makes the answer more simple.
Small towns = small fees and ability to trunkate the voulme of plans required to insure a good job. It's from this perspective I'll attempt to corral these wild horses, answers architect have given prior.
Always attempt to get a by-the-hour rate, never a $/sf - they know how to play the game better than you in the latter and the former honesty is guaranteed by their state license board.
Never accept draftsmen to be placed in charge of your project, regardless of architect, engineer, surveyor, etc. even though rates may be charged lower, the product quality is even less than these charges with plenty of errors/omissions/oversights in planning when the licensed overseeer gets busy on other projects.
If you like the projects produced, obtain favorable references, then the hourly rate should be $60-120/hr small town. No, you don't associate cost vs quality. Look at overhead, employees ... if pronounced, then your fees go to pay for all these = less money/time devoted to your project.
Architect first - for around $1000 typically you will get site consultation, a few sketches showing what you said you wanted, and a preliminary (by the book) cost estimate - that you can use to figure if your budget or scope of work needs major adjustment. Then, if you go ahead, typically about 10-20% of total project cost for complete plans and specs (including above cost), depending on complexity and level of interior design detail, and if construction inspection services are included.
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This was our first renovation and it went very well. We received three bids, and honestly
The best part of the experience was
I have recommended ”
Transforming our 70’s colonial home to meet the needs of modern living would be a great challenge. We considered a long list of architects, but after meeting
The bidding phase was a necessary exercise for us, however if we had to do it again we would not have done it since there was extra time and cost –a result of putting the project out to bid to multiple contractors. In this process we were looking at cost and accountability. We meet all the builders and reviewed all the bids. All five bid proposals were within the dollar range
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In the end we believe that
We love our house! We would use
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