As a contractor, you design homes for a living. While you don't always have the ability to design a custom home, when given the opportunity, you love to create custom homes for people to enjoy. There are many ways you can control a custom build so you can help your clients stay on track as well as guide your custom home building project in a positive direction for everyone. You can use as many of these pointers to benefit your business as you'd like.
Bay or bow windows
If you want to give your clients a unique idea for home building that will benefit them in many ways, consider telling them about bow or bay windows. These windows are commonly placed in the living or dining room areas of the home and act as both extra space for the house and additional sources of natural light. If you have clients who want to have a smaller or more intimate living space while wishing to maximize the space they have to work with, this is an excellent suggestion.
Guest loft quarters
A home that has high ceilings will benefit from a guest loft, which is a pleasant and open area that can be used not just to house guests who stay for the evening, but to use in many other ways as well. This loft allows your clients to add more square footage to the home without expanding outwards, but rather up, and makes the home more inviting overall. A loft can be used as a game room, open bar area, family entertainment space, or for other purposes. It is a great way to get the most out of an open and wide floor plan.
Backyard kitchen deck
A backyard deck makes a home's yard more enjoyable, so let your clients know that their custom build is not limited to just how they utilize the inside of their home. You can explain how your clients can benefit from a deck with a built-in stone kitchen or other amenities to make a backyard patio engaging, inviting, and certainly more fun to be in.
When you have a game plan for how you can customize homes for your clients, you do your part to help keep your customer's lives moving in a positive direction. Always allow your customers to share their opinions on how they want their homes to look, and toss in your expertise as invited.