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The benefits of Architectural Design

Before you moved into your home, you’d probably want to customise it to your own tastes and preferences. However, whilst designing your home is can be a lot of fun, it also involves a lot of measurements, cost fitting, scheduling of materials, tradespeople, inventory and much more. In theory, you could do a lot of this on your own, but it would be extremely time consuming, you’d need to be organised, and you simply may not have the connections to source the relevant labour or materials. This is where Architectural Services prove invaluable.

Unless you’re a designer with a background in architecture, not all great designs are feasible. It’s not quite as straight forward as simply drawing something and building it – you need to ensure that the design is suitable for the structure of the property. Architectural design takes these considerations into account, and much more besides. They will help you obtain the necessary permissions required to build, such as planning permission and building regulations approvals, provide much needed inspiration, usually involving ideas which you haven’t even thought about, and they will have the necessary contacts in order to get the building works completed on time and on budget, and also in relation to sourcing bathrooms, kitchens, lighting and so on.

You may come across a great design in a magazine, and you want that same design in your home however, it may not work or be suitable, for a whole host of reasons. That’s because every household design is unique to the people living in that space. Not all designs are a perfect fit for your home, and obtaining Architectural and Interior Design input will serve as an indispensable tool in this regard.

If you are considering a house extension or building project on your home, then please feel free to get in touch with us via our contact page. Here at Mash Architecture we offer a no-obligation free consultation, followed by a detailed, written fixed-fee proposal, which provides our clients with the knowledge they require in order to commit to undertaking their project.

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