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9 Home Building Mistakes to Avoid – Part 2

9 Home Building Mistakes to Avoid – Part 2

Building your own home is an exciting experience. being able to start with a blank canvas and bring your dream home to life is something that appeals to most of us and when that opportunity presents itself, like it has at Richfield Lifestyle Estate, it’s hard to turn it down.

With that said constructing your dream home can quickly turn into a nightmare if you aren’t careful. In this three-part post we will share 9 home building mistakes to avoid, to help you make the most of the home building experience.

Poor planning

When designing your home, it’s important that you pay special attention to your lifestyle.  Consider factors such as how long you plan to stay, whether or not you have children or plan on starting a family. Plan your house so that it can accommodate your needs now and well into the future.

Ignoring the proper placement of bedrooms

When planning a home people often don’t take into account where they situate the bedrooms. Bedrooms should be as far away from the noise of the rest of the house as possible. You also don’t want to have people passing the main bedroom to get to a guest bathroom for example. So think about your layout and where the best place would be for your bedrooms.

Neglecting lighting

Remember to include as much natural light as possible when designing your home, no one wants to stay in a dark dingy environment. A rule of thumb is that every room should have at least one window. In addition, be sure to include plenty outlets and options for built-in light sources, and lamps.

Lookout for part 3 of our post where we share three more home building mistakes to avoid.

If you’re ready to build your own home, look no further than Richfield Lifestyle Estate. Contact Mobus today for more information on how you can get building in this prestigious Ghanaian estate.

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