Building a villa is a complex and long project made of several basic steps that are important to know. The steps should be carried out in the right order, in a meticulous and professional manner, in accordance with the construction plans and the requirements of the law. Therefore, any construction of a private home, whether carried out independently or with the help of a key contractor, requires familiarity with its various stages and their significance. Familiarity will assist the homeowners in their involvement in the proceedings and their ability to monitor and supervise them.

Preliminary stages for construction

Before starting to build a villa or any other private home, there are several basic steps that must be taken:

Area measurement – carried out by a certified surveyor who will conduct a professional and accurate measurement map that marks the boundaries of the area.

Architectural planning – This is detailed and comprehensive planning according to the wishes of the owners of the house, an existing budget, the requirements of the law and the field data. At its conclusion, the Garmuschka plans will be prepared for the Planning and Building Committee and the local authorities.

Building permit – given by local planning and building committees based on the Gramoshka plans signed by the engineer, the Civil Defense and the architect, and fees and sewage levies must be paid to the authorities.

Building the skeleton of the house

After obtaining building permits, construction of the skeleton can begin, which consists of several stages:

Earthwork and preparation of the area – including evacuation and leveling of land, excavation, preparation of infrastructure for construction and fencing and signs of the site.

Founding of foundations – includes concrete casting, casting of pickets and foundation beams, and, if necessary, basement casting.

Construction of a skeleton – including construction of walls, columns, ceiling, roof, developers, security room, stairs and dividing rooms.

Preparation of infrastructures – are carried out within the skeleton structure and include, inter alia, electrical, sewage, plumbing, communications, security, fire extinguishing, air conditioning, gas and smart home systems.

Final work

After the skeleton is carried out and examined, it is possible to move to the stage of finishing work carried out by various professionals in parallel or in stages. The works include plaster and paint, sealing, flooring and exterior and interior cladding, aluminum works, carpentry and metalwork. They also include windows and doors, sanitary ware and kitchen.

Development of the house area

Development of the house area is one of the final stages of the construction process, which is usually carried out by a final contractor. This stage includes the removal of infrastructures, structures and waste from the construction site, and then development work that includes the construction of paths, terraces, parking, fences and surfaces. In addition, land is brought in, irrigation systems are installed, plants are planted and every other element is requested and planned in the yard of the house.

Interior design and populating the house

The final stage of the construction work consists of a thorough cleaning of the house and its final design, without intervention in the outer perimeter of the building. These works are mainly made up of home furnishings and were equipped with electrical appliances, curtains, carpets, pictures and ornaments, and at the end of the house ready to populate.

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