Trying to save on the design phase may seem tempting, but is it work it in the long run?

Planning for your construction project can be time-consuming and costly, and that’s before you’ve even put a spade in the ground. These costs can feel hidden, because there’s nothing physical to demonstrate the expense, and onerous, because they feel like they’re adding to the overall financial limit of your project that you had mentally fixed upon. It can be tempting to scrimp on the design to save money and get started sooner, and figure out any problems later during construction. However, there’s good evidence to show this is likely to cost substantially more in the long run.

Interested in learning more? This article has been shared courtesy of Puddling Lane Building Surveyors, you can click here to read the full article...

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