The Beginners Guide To Remodels (Chapter 1)

Home Remodeling Ideas Which Are a Sure Way to Succeed with Your Home Remodeling Plans

Basically, a home renovation should do two things. The first is that it is supposed to make a great impression on you as the homeowner and the second is just like unto it, a great impression on a prospective buyer. Look at some of these great remodeling tips that will achieve this for you as the homeowner and as well impact positively on your prospective buyers and get to return the money to you when you sell the house.

First and foremost, think of adding in more light in the home environment at least. If you ever sold a house with the realtors, then you know what a keen interest the agents have with the home before accepting the home for listing. Quite a matter of truth and fact, the home which has as much light as any other will stand out and be more appealing for the lights issue is such an attraction to many-dark areas are just but distressing after all. To make the home appear more saleable and bigger and brighter by adding lights to it, pay a keen attention to the home areas and rooms such as the kitchen, and the living rooms. You may be surprised by the eventual expanse of the project as it will call for an electrician but all in all don’t worry for it will be worthy. You can have the underpowered ceiling bulbs replaced with the dimmable LED lights to just achieve this.

Let us see how we can upgrade our kitchens to get them a stellar look as well. Run to the kitchen and see the state of the kitchen countertop; there you will see a place where you will need to start your remodeling and upgrading of the kitchen area. Think of adding granite or quartz to the countertops as a means to have it well upgraded. However if you do not have these and you may not be interested in them, there are other options like the laminate tops. Decks and patios are yet another way to greatly improve on the appearance of the kitchen and ad o its resale value.

Replace your carpets with wood in the living areas as one more tip to a great home renovation. Wooden floors carry with them a number of advantages such as durability, ease of cleaning and are generally a preferred choice for most of the buyers.…

How to Present Your Design Ideas and Concepts to Clients

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Nothing demotivates a designer quite like hearing a client doesn’t like the design that consumed so much time and effort. It can be difficult to get your exact idea across. And to ensure that the client truly understands what you are trying to explain. Here are a few tips to help you portray your design idea. Design in such a way that the client gets it, and loves it.

  1. Be excited

Excitement is contagious. If you present a design concept in an enthusiastic manner, the client will feel affected by that and become excited too. Instead of sitting across the table, stand up and give a presentation or show the client examples of your work. Your energy will be felt and reciprocated.

  1. Understand your clients’ needs

Whether you are creating a design concept for an office or the client’s home it is important to understand the client’s needs and wishes. When pitching your design show them where you have taken their specific needs into account. They will be pleased to know that you have created the design for them. Specifically instead of using a standard design. Try to include both their practical needs and some additional luxuries to really wow them.

  1. Have confidence in your materials

Having a great design is important, but you can back this up by reassuring the client that you will be using high quality, lasting materials. Personally, I love to work with PG Bison’s MelaWood SupaGloss in kitchens and bathrooms and I take care in letting the client know why I choose this product above others.

  1. Structure your pitch perfectly

If you start by telling clients about the features of the material you will be using, they will very likely lose interest. You need to sell your idea in such a way that you grab your clients’ attention (and hopefully make them fall in love with the idea) and then back your idea up with facts and figures.

  1. Start by sharing your research and knowledge gained from similar projects.
  2. Then tell them how this previous experience has helped you make your decision.
  3. Share your design concept with the help of visual aids.
  4. Let them know how this concept will be executed in this specific project.
  5. Let the client know how this design project will benefit him or her.

Remind clients of the objective that was outlined in the brief and explain how your design will achieve this.…