Three Reasons to Hire a Design-Build Firm

Three Reasons to Hire a Design-Build Firm

If you’ve been considering a home remodel and feel like you’ve exhausted your options online, through friends, and by visiting showrooms, it might be time to consider looking into a design-build firm. Even if you’ve started down the road of architect then builder or builder then architect, image how much time and effort you’ll spend trying to piece together designers, kitchen and bath specialists and product selections to create your dream home.

Design-build firms are unique and convenient because the entire process is included as an integrated service. Whether your project is a simple renovation or includes a large addition, design-build firms tackle every single aspect of the process from the very first brainstorming sessions, through construction, and finally to your finished home!

1 – We Simplify the Home Remodeling Process

At Airoom, we understand how difficult the remodeling process can be, but our team is comprised of construction experts, designers, and architects that have decades of experience in the design-build world. And as a pioneer of the design-build process, we understand how to streamline the most complex projects to complete the home of your dreams!

In every project we build, we begin by discussing your expectations, and provide a scope of work that outlines the entire project. We provide renderings of finished spaces based on the the clients’ desire for their homes.

The photos below feature a renderings of a custom kitchen renovation that was recently completed by Airoom. Renderings like this provide the client and our team at Airoom a better understanding of the finished project, and act as a friendly map throughout the design-build process.

2- We Minimize Risks & Get the Details Right

One of the biggest advantages of working with a design-build firm like Airoom is that while we are comprised of individual experts, we collaborate together on every project in some capacity. Moreover, we are a tight-knit team of designers, architects, and craftspeople all working with the same goal in mind. We keep both the building side and the design side intertwined so that the whole Airoom team stays firmly involved during the remodel process.

Because we always work together, you can be sure that any design or construction issues that may arise during any stage of the process are tackled and resolved. No detail or design aesthetic is left unchecked, and each member of the team does his or her part to ensure that every design element is completed to the client’s liking.

Our Water Tower kitchen remodel is one such example. The client wanted their kitchen to be as luxurious as possible yet boast some fun and include modern touches throughout the space. Our team worked together to create a kitchen that felt like a real work of art.

3 – We Will Complete Your Project On Time & On Budget

Two major advantages of a design-build process include the assurance that your home remodel will be completed on time and on budget. When you opt to hire individual contractors and designers, you run the risk of design and construction disagreements between each party, resulting in serious slowdowns or compromises that will inevitably cause delays and additional costs.

When you choose to work with a design-build firm like Airoom, however, your project is carefully planned and the costs for all of your services are included. The project will be designed, permitted, products ordered and plans completed before anything is started, greatly reducing issues in the field and confusion between trades.

As for the budget, choosing to work with a design-build firm essentially means that you’ll know how much the project will cost from the beginning, and there won’t be any surprise fees presented by consultants, architects or engineers. In the traditional design-then-bid-then-build model, multiple contractors bid work based on their interpretation of the plans, and it’s up to you to decide which bid is most complete works for your budget.

  Airoom Architects, Builders and Remodelers
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