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Your building project now moves from quotes based on the working drawings, to finalising a fixed price and producing the plans for construction. You’ll work through the colours and finishes for your project. We’ll guide you through this process, liaising with local suppliers, obtaining samples and swatches. It’s important that you’re happy with the decisions you make, as changing them after construction has started can delay trades and therefore the completion time.

At this stage, you will need to make sure your finances are sorted with the bank – either an approval to commence construction if you are taking out a loan, or setting a security account if you are paying by cash.We’ll talk you through the following stages of the process and you’ll have a pretty good idea if we’re a good fit for each other.

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