What to look for when choosing the right Architects in Bexley
Are you looking for an Architect in Bexley? OK, what’s your next move?
There are many factors to consider when renovating or extending your property, or building a new structure. It’s safe to say identifying a suitable architect is the most important decision you will make on any construction project.
Cutting out stress
Why does using a good architect cut stress levels?
Here are a couple of bullet points to explain.
An architect will:
- Translate your ideas and anxieties into practical solutions
- Suggest materials you or your builder may not be familiar with, or have considered
- Find space and light where you didn’t think possible
- Guide you through the seemingly boring parts of the project, such as contractual obligations and building regulations
Finding your perfect architect
London is a big city and searching for any professional operator is fraught with potential pitfalls. Choosing the right Architect in Bexley is no different. With this in mind, we’ve compiled a handy guide to help you separate the wheat from the chaff and find your ideal architect. And, what to do once you’ve found them.
- Talk to friends – word of mouth is always the best recommendation
- Conduct an online search
- Draw up a hit list of no more than three practices
Once you’ve made your considered choice of potential architects, there are some crucial things to remember that will affect your final choice:
- Most architects are booked months in advance.
- Arrange interviews with the available companies
- Be prepared – bring as much information on your project as possible
- Agree channels of communication; face-to-face, online, on-site etc.
- Choose your architect based whether their skills and experience are most suited to your project, and if you’ll be comfortable working with them
At Wilson Architectural Building Designs we’ve spent the last 22 years honing our craft, working with hundreds of satisfied clients along the way.
We know how important it is to treat every project individually, and at the same time incorporating what we’ve learned over the last two decades. Architect in Bexley