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The Importance Of Working With An Architect


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Building a new home or an addition is an exciting process for many people, but it is not always easy to understand exactly how to go about doing it. Which is why working with an architect is always a good idea. Without their professional expertise in conjunction with your general contractor, you may end up facing complicated problems that you don’t know how to solve. As you begin any large building project, it is important to understand the value of teamwork and how the architect, general contractor, such as ourselves, and you, the homeowner can effectively work together to build something functional and feasible that fits your needs.

When you hire an architect, you hire someone who can assist you throughout the beginning design phases as well as the entire building process. At the beginning, you’ll receive guidance regarding your plans and whether or not they are functional, and from there we, the general contractor, can determine the feasibility and provide the installation. Designing plans that are both aesthetically pleasing and useful for you and your family is what architects do by trade, so you can rest assured that your bases will be covered.

As you get into the building process, an architectural professional can reshape the project should you run into any feasibility road blocks, helping keep you on track and within budget. It can be easy to add in additional expenses without realizing it, but the planning and tracking completed by a professional can help you maximize your dollars. With some extra cash in hand, you can get what you want in the future without worrying about spending too much.

You may have a design idea in mind when you decide that you want to build a home, but it can be a challenge to translate those dreams into reality. An architect will take your design ideas and come up with functional and aesthetically pleasing solutions, while we put those pieces together.

At Kling Brothers Builders, we value our relationships with architects and won’t complete a job without one as part of our team. We strongly believe that the best results are achieved when we work as a team with the architect, designer and the homeowners.



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Keith Kling, Kling Brothers Builders LLC
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Botsford, CT 06404
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