Construction projects can often get extremely complicated and at times incredibly stressful. However, if you plan your project well and avoid the major pitfalls that can sometimes catch people off guard your project will run smoothly. Naturally, there will always be some things that don’t quite go to plan but your tradespeople and experts should usually be able to fix these issues if there are well-drawn plans and procedures in place.
Building your own extension or home is one of the most satisfying and rewarding things that anyone can do. After all, this is one of the only chances you’ll get to really create something that is truly yours. A home that is built from the ground up to suit your needs and satisfy your dreams.
Often people only get a few chances in their lives to complete something of this magnitude which means you’ll want to get this right. Unfortunately, like many large-scale projects, there are plenty of things that could go wrong with the construction. However, if you stick to a list of dos and don’ts you should find the whole process much easier.
Here at Cherry Hill Waste, we’ve devised our own list of dos and don’ts to help get you started on your new construction project journey. Keep reading this blog to find out some secrets and guide you on the way to a successful project!
Don’t stray from your budget
While it might seem tempting at the time when you’re looking at the state-of-the-art light fixing you can have in your new bedroom, straying from your budget is a dangerous game. So, stay vigilant and you’ll thank yourself when the work is done.
Stick to the drawings
Before you begin the building work you have likely had some professional drawings made up even if your project is a small extension. These drawings are both technical and extremely important for the builders. So, though you might want to change something after the work has started you should try to stick to the drawings as much as possible to cause the least amount of confusion.
Don’t have a messy site
A messy building site can cause a whole host of problems. It could make the areas extremely dangerous or your tradespeople may miss things due to the mess. So, make sure you have a safe site by having waste management options such as skip-hire.
If you’re planning a new construction project or even a DIY renovation then you’ll need a skip to keep your site clean and tidy. Here at Cherry Hill Waste we have many years of experience in skip hire and can help you with reliable and trustworthy waste removal services. Our staff are incredibly experienced so if you have any questions at all about the process then we can help you every step of the way.
We pride ourselves on listening to your concerns and working with you to make your project run as smoothly as possible. So, contact us today. We’d love to hear from you and have a chat about your new construction adventure