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5 Ways How A Home Inspection Can Help Interior Designers There are numerous reasons why an interior designer should demand his customers get a home inspection done before the insides design work starts. Here are 5 of the best reasons.

Not be caught in a blame game Once the interior designer starts their work, any issues with the home such as broken tiles or defective electricals found at this time, are blamed on the interior designer and his team. It is always better to ensure a baseline of the quality of the home before the interior design work is started. This helps avoid being sandwiched in a blame game between the builder and the customer later. Help stick to the schedule The interior designer usually works against strict deadlines that he/she


5 Ways How A Home Inspection Can Help Interior Designers has promised to the he customer. Any deviations from the promised schedule lead to increased costs or inconvenient discussions with the customer. Getting a home inspection done prevents any surprises that affect the deadlines this promised. Help stick to a budget Any extra work ork needed to be done by the interior designer as a result of a faulty home is never budgeted for by the interior designer. It makes sense in reducing the element of surprise when it comes to the quality of the house so that the interior designer can focus foc on his/her core competency rather than anything else. Prevents rework and wastage Recommending a home inspection helps catch issues with the house such as seepage or dampness early. If these issues ar are e not caught early and instead creep up later, they end up spoiling the woodwork, furniture, and appliances – or any other work done by the interior designer – wastage that could have been avoided. This results in a lot of rework by the interior designer to undo the damage and redo the work. In such a situation, the end quality of the deliverable of the interior designer ends up being affected. Prevent brand dilution and loss of reference customers In our experience, we have seen that any issues found wi with th the home after the interior designer finishes his/her work, is somehow attributed to the work of the interior designer. This leads to a dilution of the brand of the interior designer and sometimes leads to the customer not referring customers. It is best be to


5 Ways How A Home Inspection Can Help Interior Designers avoid this by insisting on a home inspection before the interior work starts so that this base is covered too.

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5 Ways How A Home Inspection Can Help Interior Designers  

Keeping a Home Inspector along with Interior Designer will help you out with any issues with the home such as broken tiles or defective elec...

5 Ways How A Home Inspection Can Help Interior Designers  

Keeping a Home Inspector along with Interior Designer will help you out with any issues with the home such as broken tiles or defective elec...

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