When you’re thinking about remodeling your Naples-area home, how important is good design to getting the results that you want? Is design really that big of a deal?
You’ve probably heard the alliterative adage: Proper Planning Prevents Poor Performance(Click here if you prefer the slightly saltier motto adapted by the US Marine Corps and the British Army). That old saying is absolutely applicable when it comes to remodeling your Naples home, because a truly successful remodeling of your home is a lot more than just a “facelift” for your house.
Sometimes, when homeowners hear the word design (as it pertains to the home) what comes to mind are the visual aspects of interior home design. And while those finishing touches are extremely important to the way your home looks and feels there’s an extremely important side of home design that’s devoted to quality, functionality, energy-efficiency, and comfort.
A home that combines those attributes (along with a sense of your personal style and taste) doesn’t just happen. It requires a significant amount of thought, knowledge, expertise—and planning. You may come up with great ideas for your home, but if they lack the proper planning to make them happen, you can end up with poor performance when it’s time to bring those ideas to life.
That’s one of the big advantages of working with a design-build remodeling company. You have a unified team working with you to create the plan that will be used by the craftsmen performing the construction. There’s a seamless flow of communication between the designers and the people who turn the plans on paper into reality. Click here for a more detailed explanation of how the design-build process works—and how it benefits you.
You can get some great home renovation ideas online—whether from sites such as bhg.com or Pinterest, or Instagram or houzz.com. But if you want those ideas to meet your specific taste, sense of style, and individual needs, you’ll want to have them designed to fit your particular situation. Proper planning really does prevent poor performance when it comes to turning your current house in the dream home you’ve always wanted. You’ll want to make sure you have a great plan and a great team working in concert to execute that plan.