How does the turnkey route work?
Put simply, a turnkey house is a finished home that’s ready for you to move into.
To achieve this, you’ll work with an integrated team of design and build experts to develop the concept of what you wish to build, deciding precisely how you’d love to live.
Design & build: The 3 main routes
|A basic structural package includes the walls, floors, roof and other structural elements of your home – including the insulation. All of this can be delivered by an in-house team of architects, engineers and project managers.|
|In addition to route 1, and depending on the supplier, a shell package may include elements such as foundations, windows and doors, roof finishes, external cladding and more. The in-house team may offer a range of design, planning permission and Building Regulations services, too.|
|From planning right through to moving in, with this route you get full control of the design and specification of your new home – but you’ll be able to rely on the experts to actually make it happen.|
You can then leave the design, build process and project management to that same, highly experienced team. So there’s no risk, no stress, no pitfalls, no spiralling costs and no nasty shocks.
This approach allows you to work with a company who will take sole responsibility for delivering your build to your specification.