Prevent the nightmares of construction cost... - Bert Notch (Director of Design and Estimating)
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) April 5, 2011
For years, homeowners have been struggling with the low balling* cost of construction. The pre-estimate given to them by their design professional or builder usually is 50% of the final actual cost to construct their project. When presenting a construction contract based from their construction plans, the usual response is "That's double of what I was told!" Cultivating creative design and the divide of construction cost has always been a work in progress.
Mr. Notch has been designing and estimating projects for over two decades. He has actively pursued, studied and researched the need for an upfront realistic method to this problem. He has formed a team of construction experts to help head up this cause and launched a website dedicated to helping homeowners know what the actual cost of construction is before they spend thousands on architecture and engineered plans. This site will make the home owner aware of building cost vs budget at their brainchild stage before spending monies on plans only to have costly changes made again.
Inclusive, no matter what the owner intends to do; addition, remodel, kitchen, bath or build a new house, http://www.EstimateConstructionCostFirst.com is your "Do-It-Yourself" site that will show you the real cost.
Unlike numerous websites and software available that cater to architects and builders and are useful only after the homeowner spends thousands on engineered architectural plans and finds the actual cost is usually double their budget, http://www.EstimateConstructionCostFirst.com will show them what their wish list realistically is.
It's easy, click on the items that best fit their needs within the questionnaire and for a small fee, the results are printed out instantly. No need for plans, sales pitches or software to purchase. Browse for FREE!
The site also provides other useful forms and helpful tips for the homeowner, realtor, and contractors and also helpful for architects or designers.
Check it out, just browse the site for free:
For architectural design and construction, call:
The Top Notch Team
*Low balling - Bid low to get the job and make costly changes later
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