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How to Build A Custom Home

When people set out to buy a home, they begin with the desire to make a home for themselves but end up purchasing an already built home. It seems that renovating an existing property feels like a more straightforward job as compared to building a new one. People who want to make a house think that they will finalize a plot, get in touch with the builder and tell him/her about what kind of home you want but in reality, it works the other way around. The cheapest and safest way to get this done is by selecting the plot of land with the architect and letting him know about the kind of structure you have in mind. This way, the architect will be able to devise a plan which will not exceed your budget and will be within the local building regulations.

In today’s market, builders and developers buy plots of land and build houses based on the trends of the market so that they can be sold at a later time to people who want already built homes. The builder has a profit margin and needs to fulfill his for each sale which means that the amount you pay the developer for an already built home, can be used to make the house of your dreams. If you have selected the plot of land for your home, the first thing you need to do is budgeting. Creating a budget is essential in the building process as extra costs would keep emerging along the way, and this being a process which can take a year depending on the house and materials used, you need to take into account the rate of inflation at which the cost of goods will dramatically rise.

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Have a comprehensive idea in your head about the kind of house you want and make copious details of your plan so that it becomes easy for the builder to visualize your dream. The architect will look at your project and suggest changes, do not be rigid about how your dream home looks, your builder is aware of the local construction rules and he will make sure that the house is built keeping in mind the safety of the occupants. Make sure that you ask you, builder, to provide enough windows for natural lighting and airflow. Depending on the altitude of the land, you will have to get the house well insulated to keep you warm in winters and keep the house cool in summers. Building a house is based on evolutionary instinct, stick to making the home in a spacious and straightforward way, luxury is good, but a sophisticated home cannot provide the comforts of simple living space.

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Is Building a New Home a Better Deal Than Buying an Existing One?

The biggest question that people are faced with while getting a new house is that should you buy one or should you build one? There are advantages and disadvantages to both sides, and the most significant contributing factors are budget and time. People who want a house instantly and want to move in quickly, the best way to is to contact a broker and buy an already built property. If you’re going to have a house designed the way you want within a fixed budget, you should contact an architect and build a house from scratch. There are many other factors which come to play when you go about house-hunting fo the first time. Let us look at a few things which would help us arrive at a fitting conclusion on should we buy a new home or build one.

Formulate a strict budget

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It is essential to know how much do you want to spend on the house, and that will help you chose if you’re going to build or buy. If budget is not your primary concern, then it doesn’t matter if you purchase or create but if you don’t want to spend a lot and have a house to yourself, building a new home is the way to go. You save a lot on building material and labour cost, in the past few decades, the US, Canada and a few European countries have seen a massive spike in the number of self-built homes. People with help from their friends and family have been successful in building beautiful two storey wood houses using recyclable material and adopting a more natural form of living by using solar panels instead of grid electricity. The most significant investment in homes like this is the land which is a self-appreciating asset.

Luxury v/s comfort

Keeping the budget in mind, you can opt for small luxurious homes which will be fitted with the sophistication of urban life. Still, you will fall short of open land space, and an artificial air conditioner will cool your home and gardening will be out of the scene. When you build a home, you can apply cost-cutting on a lot of things and chose comfortable living over luxury. You will be able to have a lawn to yourself where you can grow vegetables, place a workshop, have an outdoor coffee table in your backyard or a sandpit for kids. Building a home by yourself will teach you a lot about the construction itself, and you will save up on future servicing and maintenance costs as you know the house in and out.

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Tips for Building Your First Home

A home is a place where you find comfort and seek solace, its somewhere you return to after a day’s hard work or from an extended overseas trip. Building homes have been a part of our evolutionary cycle, and it is safe to say that these structures have a huge psychological impact on our minds and body. A home gives us the feeling of being safe in a protected environment, an atmosphere which is familiar to us, away from the dangers of the world. Here are some tips you can use while building your first home.

Planning and research

Planning and research

For most people, building a house is a one-time deal as it takes a significant amount of their savings and puts them in debt. It is essential to know what you want and plan accordingly, do not leave everything for the architect to decide; it’s your home, so build it your way. Each house will be a store of memories and experiences for years to come, make sure that you select the plot of land carefully keeping in mind the kind of neighbours you have if there is sufficient supply of water and check with the local board about the building rules and regulations.

Use space efficiently

While building a home, make sure that you leave enough space as open land for gardening or landscaping. There is no point in adding to the concrete jungles, and in the past few years, people and builders are turning to a more natural way of living by incorporating natural elements within the house. A decent lawn, an attractive garden or a small bamboo forest in the compound are few of the idea you could use. Some owners are using older methods of building homes with pressed mud walls, cob structures or wood cabins which are aesthetically pleasing and fit right into the natural surroundings.

Safety is critical

Safety

Any house needs to be well planned to handle all kinds of attacks, be it from natural or human-made forces. The home should be well equipped with an advanced safety system, fire alarm, multiple exits in case of fire, theft or any other calamity.  Have adequate lighting inside and outside the house to keep thieves away. Make sure the walls are well constructed with reinforced steel, and the door is made with durable wood and a collapsible steel interior, or you can have a new mesh door.

Budget

Budget is critical in building a house as it is an extended project and the cost of materials increase with time. Speak with your builder and make sure that you have formulated an elaborate budget, notify your builder beforehand so that the house could be designed within your monetary limits

 

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How to build a low-cost house with modern technology

After the emergence of the Hippie culture in the 1970s, small and independent houses have become very common, especially in the United States of America, Canada and a few European countries. People are opting for new and creative living options like a house on wheels, living on a sailboat, building a home on an off-grid location, wood cabins, mud houses, bamboo structures and many more. The idea of owning a home at low cost has spread like wildfire and everyone id running to remote locations to buy cheap land. These people live far from civilisation but earn through the internet by making videos, writing blogs or offering online services, and their houses are highly advanced as they need to be in touch with the world at all times. Here are a few ways you can build a low-cost house with modern technology.

Know the Land

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When you are building a low-cost home, you will be sacrificing a lot of things which a regular house offers and the biggest one is a stable structure. These homes will be built with wood, mud or recyclable material which is strong but not as strong as concrete so facing a natural calamity might be a tough job; therefore, you must be familiar with the land and its regulations. Thoroughly research on the history of the area, if it is prone to earthquakes, storms, landslides, floods or any other destructive force, customise your home in such a way that it can withstand any such attack. Talk to a local broker and make sure that you are fully aware of the rules of buying a property in that area, especially if it is not your domicile or if it comes under any protected cover like national parks, sanctuaries or forest reserves.

Building material

Once you have a plan for your home, think about how you will be executing it. Try to use building material which is found in abundance near your plot of land. If your property has a decent green cover, timber will be a schema building material, and if you are near a water body, clay will be available in vast quantities. Use the environment around you to look for cheap stuff. If you are located ina place where bamboo is available, use it as the prominent constructive material as bamboo is very robust and long-standing building material which has been used since time immemorial.

Adding technology

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This is what will cost you the most as technology is not cheap and gets outdated very fast. It will require regular maintenance and service to run at an optimum level. Solar panels are a must if you want to save up in the long run, these solar panels will power you entire home including the fridge, water heating system, appliances and even charge your batteries in case of emergency.