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A Brief Introduction on Hiring an Architect. Part 2


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Once you have decided that you wish to hire an architect then there are a number of procedures which you should follow to ensure that you hire a highly reputable architect who will ensure that any work which is conducted is carried out to the highest standard possible.

An excellent first step to take is to consult with friends and family to ascertain whether or not they are able to recommend a particular arcitect who will be able to undertake the specified work which is required. This really is a great way to find a reputable arcitect as you will also be able to view the work which has been completed. If you are unable to consult a friend or a member of your family about this then you are of course able to ask the architect if they are able to provide you with testimonials and references from their previous clients, a reputable arcitect should be more than happy to provide you with these and should even go out of their way to arrange for yout to see examples of their work first hand. Remember, please beware of any architect who is not willing to do this as it will usually mean that they have something to hide or they are not so confident in their ability to coduct and carry out such work. It is important that you spend a sufficent amount of time searching out the most suitable architect for you as it is a decision which could lead to a lifetime of happiness and pleasure in your home. This is also important factor if you are also planning to sell your home in the future as it can make all of the difference during the sales process and really can add something else to your home.

If possible you should make a short list of potential architects who will conduct the work in your home, this should usually be around three to five different individuals. Once you have compiled this list then you should arrange to meet them in person to discuss your needs in greater detail and to ascertain whether or not you believe that they are suitable to conduct the work on your behalf. Do not be afraid to ask any questions and if possible request a quotation from them to see if they are able to work within your budget. If possible you should attempt to ask the architect for a free quotation so that you have a better idea of how much the work is likely to cost and to ensure that no hidden extra charges will be able to the final bill amount.

Jim Miller Design is a Brighton Architect and Arcitectural practise Brighton . Jim Miller Design also offer renovation Brighton


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