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Tips to Cut short your Construction Cost

Building a house is a massive work followed by a gigantic responsibility. A construction project requires a lot of investment and time. If we fail to do proper research or do not invest enough time in finding out the best of professionals and the right kind of materials for the construction, then its certain that we will end up spending more and getting less in return.

Wondering how we can cut shor our expenses on a project? Don’t hold your breath, we have got you some tips that will be cost effective and would give you satisfactory, long lasting results.

Savings in Land Cost :
Check your plot level before investing in it. A lower level plot would require more quantity of material to fill it, in order to bring it to the same level as the road level. More material means more cost of construction. So avoid unnecessary expenses by making wise decisions in the initial stages of construction.

Savings in Architectural and Designs Costs :
If your construction requirement is for more than just one floor, don’t look for cheaper designs in this situation. Do your research and find the most professional architect and structural engineer, who will help you yield better results in minimal costs.

Savings on Labour Costs:
Hire an experienced contractor. He would be someone who will help you acquire a resourceful team will give you best of results at affordable cost.

Savings on Changes:
Once you get your floor plan designs, take your time to sit and decide if the designs meet your requirements, if they satisfy you you to the core. In case they don’t meet your expectations, have them changed before hand. Avoid any changes at the last minute or once the construction is commenced.

These are just a handful of tips that would help you save more. Have a wonderful experience building your dream house.


Top 10 Mistakes To Avoid When Hiring A Contractor

When  planning  to  build  your  dream  home  it  may  be  difficult  to  hire 
a good  contractor.  A  successful  house  construction  depends  on 
good  contractor.  Hire  a  best  contractor  otherwise,  it  may  end  up 
the  contract  before  completion  of  work  or  may  result  a  poor 
construction.  Before  hiring  a  contractor,  do  some  research 
about  the  contractor;  know  about  his  skills  and  experience. 
Before  hiring  a  contractor  you  should  ensure  several
attributes  in  your  contractor.

  • A  building  contractor  should  have  record  ofbuilding  quality  homes.  You  must  check  on  his  previous  works  and  background.  Just  a  little  research  on  his  completed  projects  and  running  projects  will  serve  the  purpose.

  • Keep  a  check  on  the  quality  of  work,  his  work  ethics  and  the  kind  of  labour  andmaterials  they  use  for  your  construction.Hire  a  licensed  building  contractor.Make  sure  the contractor  has  all  necessary  insurance  coverage-  surety  bond.  Also  verify  any  complaints  with  the  regulatory  body.You  should  also  conduct  an  interview  of contractor. 

  • Ask  him  some  key  questions  about  subcontractor,  labor  rate,  buildin  material,  scheduled  completion  time  etc.  Contact  at  least  three  to  four  contractors  and  take  quotation  form  them.  Compare  their  price,  work  quality  and  completion  timeIf  you  are  hiring  a  contractor  who  have  lowest  price  for  construction  work,  check  his  work  quality. 

  • A  contractor  having  lowest  price  may  use  low  quality  material,  unskilled  labor  or  may cause  delay  in  work. 

  • Hire  a  contractor  whose  office  is  near  your  construction  site.  Such  contractor  is  easily  available  every  time.  He  is  also  aware  about  the  problems  of  labor,  materialquality  etc.  He  can  provide  extra  labor  in  emergency  and  in  accidental  case.  He  can  pay  more  attention  to  the  work  because  he  is  available  here  most  of  the  time.  If  the  contractor  is  from the  nearest  area  it  is  also  easy  to  know  about  the  skills,  behavior  and  work  quality  of  the  contractor.

  • Enquire  from  the  suppliers  to  verify  contractor  credit  or  market  reputation.  Verifythat  contractor  have  credit  account  setup  with  building  material  supplier.  If  he  does  not  have  it,  there  can  be  reason  for  that.  May  be  that  supplier  have  financial  problem  or  it  may  be  that  he  has  been  just  started  out.

  • Make  sure  you  have  signed  a  contract  with  the  contractor:  After  collecting  quotation  from  two  or  three  contractor,  evaluate  their  rate,  estimated  time,  quality  of work  and  their  construction  skills  and  then  decide  which  one  is  better.  Make  sure  that  a  written  contract  should  be  signed  by  contractor.  Sign  a  detailed  agreement  of  each  work.  Avoid  verbal  agreement,  each and  every  condition  should  be  specified  in  agreement.Detailed  contract:    While  making  an  agreement,  some  detailed  specifications,  work  schedule  and  payment  schedule  should be  written  in  it. 

  • Specifications  of  material,  brand  of  material  should  also  be  specified  in  contract  that  may  provide  quality  work.  Before  signing  contract,  understand  all  the  terms and  conditions  of  contract.Payment  Schedule:  Fix  the  payment  schedule  otherwise  it  may  cause  delay  in  work. 

  • Pay  him  according  to  the  terms  and  conditions  of  agreement.  Before  paying  him  make  sure  that  the  scheduled  work  is  completed.

  • Never  pay  more  as  a  down  payment.  Keep  check  on  quality  and  quantity  and  pay  according  to  the  scheduled  payment.  Know  that  no  one  else  is  looking  out  for  you,  so  double  check  your  contractor  of  choice.



Tips to Revive Your House This Monsoon

Monsoon, a season everyone loves. Why wouldn't you like it?
The cloudy breezy weather has something for everyone in store. Kids love to play in the muddy 
gardens, others like to lazy around,laying back in their bed, sipping on to some 
hot ginger tea, while some just enjoy the view by the window with their novels or music.

Nevertheless there's someone who wishes to enjoy the season but is bogged down with cleaning work. Yes, those are our moms, 
the home maker. With muddy footprints all over the house to clothes that don't dry quickly. Dark interiors and low 
lights can totally add up to these problems and make her feel dull and boring.

So for all the home makers and moms here are quick tips that can perk up your house as well as brighten up your mood this monsoon. 

Bed Linen
Choose your bed linens, cushions and pillow covers wisely. As darker skies can 
cast dark shadows in your house, it's important to choose light and vibrant 
colors. At the same time avoid using whites or beige as they are hard to clean. 

Candles & Fragrances
Light some candles and fragrances to evade the moist smell out from your home.

Green Home
Indoor plants are the best to keep your house looking lively and serene. 
Keep some green plants in your house to feel fresh and revived always. 
Green plants are also believed to bring positive vibes around your house.

Curtains & Drapes
As bed linens are important, curtains and drapes play a vital role as well, 
as light and bright curtains can brighten up the house and will feel vibrant.

Well we all love the fragrance of flowers and the beauty it brings along wherever they are put up. 
So just get a bunch of fresh flowers everyday and put them in a vase in any corner or center of your house. 
These will act like a stress buster & mood reliever while it will 
beautify your interiors. 

Doormats & Baskets
Place doormats at your entrance to absorb the slush that guests or family 
members may bring in. Also putting up a basket on your porch or near 
entrance will act like a storage for your wet rain gears like umbrella and 

These are just some easy to do things that will enliven and chirp up your house 
this monsoon. Formore of such updates, keep an eye on Make My House blogs. 
We'll keep uploading more such interesting tips and news everyday.


Why an Architect should be hired?

we recommend that an architect be appointed for the construction of any house as the professional help would be useful in many ways. One can clearly see and feel the difference in a house designed by an architect and one by a non-professional.
• The visual appeal of the house is much better, as it is discussed with the client beforehand and is designed by an experienced person.
• Know how of the spaces and structure before hand is useful. The architect with his experience helps in dividing the spaces more efficiently as required by the client. This also ascertains that the whole space is efficiently used.
• One gets to know the feel of the place and space functions. The architect is able to explain what the final look and feel of the spaces would be.
• The architect acts as an invigilator of the construction and helps in reducing costs and clarifies misconceptions and bills by the contractor.
• The architect helps manage construction within time and cost constraints.
• A practicing architect helps in designing the house within the constraints of building bye laws thus avoiding any illegal constructions that may create problems at the time of getting the completion certificate.

How to get to an architect? Architects are not allowed to advertise. Hence it becomes a little tedious for an enthusiast house builder to get the apt architect. The juice, however, is worth the squeeze. For socialites and brand conscious, one gets enough information in newspapers, yellow pages, journals and magazines regarding upbeat architects. If cost is a major factor then one can help oneself by asking one’s friends, nears and dears, whosoever’s home one feels is appealing. This is because each architect has his own style and the feel of the spaces created is his own. It is always worthwhile to check out on some of the works executed by the architect before hiring to ascertain that the suitability of the architects style. Architects do, however, adjust to the thinking styles of clients when the clients are certain of their requirements. How to work with an architect?
• Hire a Licensed Architect to avoid sanctioning problems
• Sign a contract having commitment from both sides
• First, briefly discuss the realistic preliminary budget, description of the project.
• Aesthetic visions • Architectural Style • Living style Specifications if any -number of floors -number of bedrooms and baths -size of kitchen, living (approx)
• Prepare a checklist of priorities
• Let Architect review your ideas
• Allow the Architect to respond
• Try to understand language of Architect
• One can certainly ask for redesign and modifications but after finalising and once construction gets started one should not go for any major changes. What to expect from an architect? Many options till a satisfactory solution is achieved Check for -Does it meet your budget? -Does it suit your life –style?
• Can ask for more 3-D drawings, perspectives, models
• Furniture layout to understand the functioning of a space.
• Ask Architect to complete all drawings and details before starting construction on site. Building Architect vs. Structure Engineer An architect figure out or mark the building plan according to the space, which is supplied by the house owner or any client department with the details. The details required by an architect are as under:
• Size of space including length, width or any other geometrical dimensions, which are according to the space. • North line, position of building, road, street adjoining the plot or space that is to be built up.
• Width of street or road, whether road is scheduled road, district road, village road or internal road of city.
• Position of plot with road i.e. parallel to the road or at right angle or any other angle. • Position of area, locality and surrounding nature of the area.
• Requirement of house owner or client department.

An architect figure out how's a building should looks like, visual appeal of the house or building and defines the building style.Architect have the vision and thought of dreams. He knows how to adjust or the sequence/ arrangement of spaces, the materiality of it. An architect with his experience helps in dividing the spaces before hand is useful. He with his experience helps in dividing the spaces more efficiently as required by the client. This also ascertains that whole space is efficiently used. One gets to know the feel of the place and space functions. An architect is able to explain what the final look and feel of the spaces would be. Architect acts as an invigilator of the construction and clarifies misconceptions. A practicing architect helps in designing the house within the constraints of building byelaws thus avoiding any illegal constructions that may create problems at the time of getting the completion certificate. An architect coordinates the requirements of various consultants like the structural engineer, mechanical engineer and electrical and plumbing, along with the code requirements for safety and accessibility. An architect also prepare the details like front elevation, right and left side elevation, sections, details of joinery, boundary wall, terrace plan and internal details of building component i.e. stair, kitchen, toilet etc according to the need/requirement at site of work. He prepares floor pattern, false ceiling drawing, air conditioner duct, cabinet details etc. He prepare electric plan showing the position of fans, bulbs/ florescent tubes, exhaust fans and electric switches including main control, inverter, switches and plug etc. He prepares the drawings of public amenities showing sewer line, water supply line, pipe duct, manhole and water tank etc. He prepares the color scheme and interior designing according to the use of space and liking of house owner. In public buildings, an architech also prepares the details in the drawings showing boundary wall, roads, footpath, parks, playgrounds and other public amenities. A structural engineer designs the building structure for both load bearing and non-load bearing components according to the drawings supplied by the architect. The drawings required to engineer for designing are as under:
• Plan of the building i.e. basement, ground floor, first floor plan and so on according to the purposed construction scheme.
• Elevations, sections etc.
• Use of building. • Future scope i.e. addition of more stories in future.
• Situation of building i.e. near to high way, railway track or any industrial unit.
• Types of soil, salt analysis of soils and bearing capacity of soil.
• In big projects, bridges and dams etc some more details of soil are required such as local topography, ground water level, flood level and sear strength of soil etc.
A structural engineer by making investigation, evaluation, planning and design the structure of buildings, bridges and dams etc to safely resist vertically and horizontal loads which includes gravity, earth pressure, wind and seismic forces. During design, he takes factor of safety so that the structures remain safe during normal use and during earthquake or wind forces or natural calamities. Structural engineer design all type of structure where as architect work only on the buildings not on the bridges, dam etc. At the time of designing, structural engineer calculate the load coming on the each component of the structure/ building. He also considers the load for any future additions if any. Besides the dead load and live load, he also calculate the wind pressure, earth pressure, seismic forces, rainy storm, snowfall and the forces bear by the structure during natural calamites. He design the structure/ building meeting requirement according to codes pertaining to the strength of the structure, structural connections and the calculations required to demonstrate these things and make sure that structure remain safe. A structural engineer for the most part is not more careful about accessibility, other trades or finish materials. He often barely involved in how the building looks at all since many/ most building hide the structural elements. However, a good structural engineer in the right situation can work with the architect to enhance the space with exposed structural elements. According to the loading intensity, nature of soil structural engineer prepares the foundation plan and foundation details of various components of building showing their depth, width for excavation. He prepare the details of brick masonry steps in foundation for load bearing walls, non load bearing walls and brick pillars. He also prepares the details of R.C.C columns footing, R.C.C wall footing including showing the arrangement of M.S. steel bars. He prepares the drawings showing the details of M.S. steel of plinth bend, door level bend, roof slab design, column, beam, fascia and wall according to loading intensity, wind forces and seismic forces. In case of bridges, dam’s etc structural engineer prepares the details of all components with respect to the loading condition. In case of building construction, structural engineer’s scope is some what limited than architect. That is not to say it is not important, just that he spends less over all time on the project than the architect does, and deals with fewer elements of the projects. He has narrower, but important focus in some aspects, engineers and architects think quite alike but have different approaches but both attempt to solve problems.


Planning to build a house

Planning a House Weather building new or renovating an existing structure, creating a new home is a journey of discovering who you are, what you want, how you want to live. One should take into account all the factors, which govern the lifestyle, as to whether one has a working family, a worship-loving one, party oriented, joint family, or is into sports etc. as all of these small things will govern the design of one’s residence.

• One should check whether all the rooms have proper lighting and ventilation facilities or not.
• Has a good envisaged visual appeal, as desired
• The house falls within budget constraints.
• It should have a good furniture layout so as to allow maximum functionality and easy circulation.
• It should meet one’s priorities and suit one’s lifestyle. Start the planning by taking this points :
• Set goals.
• Establish a budget.
• Find some land.
• Assemble a team.
• Plan, plan and plan some more Guidelines for selecting site Location of the plot can be determined by the following factors of consideration.
• Distance from -Public transport stations -Railway station, Bus stand, Airport -Work place -Hospital, school or other institute in priority -Park/recreational areas, market place.
• Availability of infrastructure.
• The soil of site should be good enough with high safe bearing capacity to provide economical foundations.
• Water supply, drainage, sewage facility should be properly available.
• Shape of plot should be irregularor not having any sharp corners.
• Land should be authorized to residential use.
• Easy access to site -Preferably metalled road -Road width for easy access of building material -Preferably not on main traffic holding road.
• Land Value -Circle rates -Future projections
• Check whether the land is affected by any government scheme like road widening scheme or any other reservation for public amenities.
• Security -Culture of area around -Not a high security zone like of a nearby military area.
• Plots in developed colonies or sectors can be selected considering the following points:
• -corner plot
• -north front is preferable
• -easy access to community open space, preferably a park facing plot.


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