Step 1: Access, Access, Access!
There is no denying it, any house is a big house when you are trying to manoeuvre it via public roads – even when separated into various modular sections.
A good standard of access is essential and the first thing our team are likely to seek from a new enquiry is an Eircode/Postcode or GPS co-ordinates.
With this information we can carry out a free desk study using online tools to assess the road network leading to your site.
To return best value to the customer, we like to transport maximum width and length modules to site. This can mean widths of up to 4.3m on the back of an articulated lorry. That’s the equivalent of two large jeeps side by side. Overhanging obstructions, verging and turning circles also need to be taken into account.
Step 2: Discuss, Review, Consider
The BuildWright offering is unique, the same can be said for the needs of each customer and project. There are various means of establishing if BuildWright is the best option for you:
Reviewing BuildWright consumer literature, home options and price estimates
Scheduling a call or meeting with a member of our sales team
Reviewing design options in more depth
Consider your budget and speak with mortgage provider
Discussing everything with a suitably qualified architect (Architects are also welcome to
partake in meetings and direct questions to our team)
Confirm access parameters with a physical site inspection
Step 3: Design Options
There are two paths you can take when finalising the design for your BuildWright home:
Pre-Designed Homes or Design Your Own
BuildWright Pre-Designs will offer best value for money and we are continuously developing the range of homes available. Floorplans are optimised to deliver effective use of space for various living styles. Customers still have the opportunity to make minor adjustments to the floorplans to better suit their needs and when it comes to selection of both internal and external finishes, you are provided with the same level of flexibility as any of our ‘Bespoke’ customers.
Step 4: Planning Approval
Now that you are happy with your design and specification, it’s time to seek planning approval. For either design option clients will require an architect or suitably qualified professional to guide them through this process. If you’d like a recommendation, a member of our team will be happy to make some suggestions for architects with experience of our system.
Step 5: Mortgage Approval
If you are financing your build with a mortgage, lenders will generally seek proof of planning permission along with confirmation on the cost of build and value of your home. Before approaching the bank, customers may wish to re-visit the specification in more detail in case needs have changed. BuildWright will provide customers with a detailed