During the planning stages of the building process you will probably ask yourself this question at one point: “Should I hire an architect?” After building Jackson Hole and Big Sky custom homes for 17 years we have come across every type of homeowner. From those that want to be involved in every step of the process to those who live far away and can’t wait to show up to their finished retreat. Some want a design-build home and others want an architect to design the full spectrum of their project. No matter what category you think that you may fall into you should investigate this topic.
There are many aspects to consider before hiring an architect for your building project, whether it is a new construction, remodel, residential or commercial building. Some people make the mistake of taking on building projects that are beyond their scope of skills and understanding. So we offer you nine reasons to consider when deciding “should I hire an architect” for your project.
The topics we cover in this free white paper include Education And Experience, Vision, Creative Problem Solving, Prioritizing Building Goals, Cost Conciousness, Environmental Responsibility, Identifying Personal Needs, Clear Communication, and Project Management.
We encourage you to visit our page and download this free guide. It is written to help any prospective homeowner make a big decision in their home building quest. We could go write a book on this subject, but we thought it was more appropriate to boil our knowledge down into a concise article to help guide your thoughts.
So download our paper and share with your friends. Ask for advice from your trusted friends and maybe even call up a local architect to get their input on the matter. Home building is an involved and lengthy process and it is important to make sure you are going down the correct path.