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Net Zero Home Plans - The home is a reflection of the individual's own self. It's the mirror of a person's personality and of his likes and dislikes. For example, you can clearly see that an person is meticulous and has an obsessive compulsive personality when everything in and out of his home are neatly arranged and fixed so when color schemes and patterns are implemented. On the other hand, you can see that an individual cares much less in looking after his home when factors aren't arranged, the decorations are a mess and when the house appears to be unplanned.
After you interview and choose a design firm, the first step will be to lay out your site plan. This shows how your building or home will be situated on your lot/land. The designer will help you decide on your floor-plan then. The floor plan includes the places of all the rooms, garages, porches, patios and more along with notes and dimensions. Once your floor plans are complete, you shall move to the elevations stage of the look. This is where an experienced design team will assist you to decide specifically what you want your house or building to look like on the outside from all four sides. These elevations outline external material options, such as brick, stucco or stone, architectural details, and generally showcase the exterior features of the home. These pages shall present whether the style is usually French country, Mediterranean, traditional, Tuscan, Victorian, English or another architectural design.