Owning a new home is transforming all your visions into reality and because there are a lot of decisions it make seem tough; especially the specific features you want. Then you also have thought on whether is it worth investing in extra features and also will the new features look good.
Not every question can be answered at the initial decision making stage when it comes to a new home; however with a lot of experienced real estate professionals make these top 3 recommendations which add value to your new home in the long run.
Cable Conduits: The most important foundation of a home is the cables; although today homes are evolving to accommodate wireless needs; but always keep in mind there will still be some traditional cables that will run through your home. Extensive system of cable conduits can make hooking up devices simpler and thus in the long run become an asset to future proof your home. Adding outdoor outlets during construction when the walls are still open can be much cheaper.
Radiant heating: If you do not look forward to spending tons of money breaking the existing structures and reconstructing heating into the floor construction phase is the best time to take care of any special heating accommodations. Also remember it is always cheap to radiant heating solutions in new construction homes in the initial stages as you may spend more the more time you take to decide.
Accessibility: You never know what the future holds. Consider making hallways and doors wide enough to accommodate a wheelchair. Reinforce bathroom walls to make adding grab bars later on easier -- and with no need to open up the walls. Also, consider the location of switches and outlets and don’t make them too high or too low.