Many people have preconceptions about what it takes to build their dream home or a custom home. Many homeowners are intimidated by the idea. There are many myths and misconceptions about building a custom home that have contributed to this view. But if you are interested in renovating your home, it is important to debunk some of these myths and go over the facts.
Here are five common myths about building your custom home.
You Need To Be An Expert In Design
Just because you want to design a custom home, it doesn’t mean you have to do all the planning and designing on your own. It’s your home, and you can choose to have as much or as little input when it comes to the design. Of course, it’s always good to have an idea of what you want or what you are looking for. A professional home designer can help you bring your ideas to life and help to develop a vision that best suits you and your family’s needs and personality.
You Will Go Over Budget
This is one of the most misunderstood aspects when designing a custom home or going through renovations. It is definitely possible to build a custom home within your budget. Any high-quality, professional custom home builder will take your budget seriously. They will not try and trick you into spending, hiding additional costs from you, or overselling you on features that you can’t afford. While there is always a possibility of surprise costs being part of a renovation, a professional home builder will be able to predict or anticipate them and work it into your budget.
It Takes Too Long To Build
Lots of different factors go into the timeline of building a custom home, but the timeframe is very similar to that of a regular production home. The only reason that it might take longer is during the decision-making process, where the design is being fleshed out and when homeowners are selecting the different features they want to be added to the home. This decision-making process is where a lot of time is spent. But once everything is set in stone, the process to build the home is typically the same as any other home.
It Is Too Complicated
While there might be a lot of decisions to be made, the process of building your custom home should be a fun and enjoyable one. After all, you get to pick everything from the roof to the baseboards and everything in between. You will be 100% satisfied and be able to live in your dream home.
Builders Do Not Communicate Well
Here at HiLife Builders in Toronto, we pride ourselves in providing high-quality customer service, which includes crystal clear communication between both parties. We will do everything to make the process smooth and have regular check-ins to make sure everything is going the way you want it to be. Whether it be to update you on the status or to confirm any selections you’ve made.