By Susanne Meier. Home Plan. Published at Wednesday, April 04th, 2018 - 10:48:37 AM.
But what about those who want a bigger home and a yard on a restricted lot? The answer comes in the form of two‐storey dwellings. Dual level homes are the easiest way to get more house into a small area because you build up instead of out. This gives the buyer the best of both worlds: a spacious home and a sizeable backyard.
A residential house is any facility that is designed for living‐not business. The house ranges from a one bedroom house to an apartment building with hundreds of units. While the houses are of different sizes and come in different designs, there are a number of common factors that you should consider when coming up with the right design for your property. Here are some of the factors.
Housing designs that have been developed specifically for tight lots attempt to tackle these challenges head‐on. Long, thin footprints in which rooms flow from one to another are one way builders try to maximise small square footage. Open floor plans create the feeling of more room since there are fewer walls in the way. Rooms that serve double duty help homeowners make the most of smaller houses. An open floor plan living, kitchen, and dining area, for example, can be a place to eat, relax, entertain, do homework, or play ‐ sometimes all at the same time!
It is advised that engaging an architect is a sensible move, especially if the builder has no prior experience of designing or building a property, and there are many planning services on the web as a quick search will prove. Styles of property that the home builder chooses can vary, and the number of bedrooms, floors, rooms and windows and doors needs to be considered along with the construction method and material, the floor plan and the location. Roofing materials and insulation techniques are all part of the necessary considerations, and heating and glazing requirements must also play a part in the design and planning process.
Any content, trademark’s, or other material that might be found on the Pix Gateway website that is not Pix Gateway’s property remains the copyright of its respective owner/s. In no way does Pix Gateway claim ownership or responsibility for such items, and you should seek legal consent for any use of such materials from its owner.
© Copyright 2018 Pix Gateway. All Rights Reserved.