Construction mistakes to keep in mind for Home Constructions
For most Indians, constructing a home is a onetime thing and is kind of a dream project in most of the cases which involved years of planning and savings. Also, any kind of construction, big or small, simple or complex requires a lot of planning related to designing, sourcing and execution. Thus quite obviously it is not desirable to commit any sort of construction mistakes and the plan needs to be executed perfectly.
Below are the common mistakes to avoid while constructing a house in India.
Not taking professional help-A house is something most likely to be used by generations and thus we want it to be as close to as our dreams. But we may not have the idea if in any part of our plan is non-feasible or has a potential error. Thus it is always advisable to take a professional help. Hire an architect and discuss everything with him or her and finalize a plan depending on it.
Overdoing it – It is a human tendency to go over the top and this includes designing and planning a construction too. Often, we would want our dream project to be perfect and often to things that are not required in the first place, without realizing it. This adds up a lot of unnecessary costs at the end making the project way more expensive than it should be. Thus it is always recommended to think over and over about the necessity of a certain thing before including it in the final plan.
Trying to emulate- We may often want to put a certain thing in our plan because we have seen it some place else and we want to include it without considering the differences between the two places. Hence once again it is advisable to reach out to a professional and run it through them. But it is absolutely okay to take tips from a place we have liked.
Too many Hallways- Avoid making too many hallways (or to little) to waste precious room area.
Sump pump failure
A sump pump is a hole created in the lowest part of the building. to filter out water through an intricate system of pipes, preventing it from reaching the foundation of the building. If it fails, the lower part of a building may get flooded damaging the structural integrity of the building.