Another side effect of COVID-19 has been a shortage of building materials. We’ve seen it across our industry throughout 2021 and, from what we can tell, the situation will continue well into 2022.

It means that our selections and construction systems are going to be largely driven by material availability at construction time. The good news is that we can design with potential supply chain issues in mind, particularly when it comes to choosing claddings and finishes. It’s a case of having a few handy workarounds at the ready.

As a highly experienced design and build company, we have the expertise to find the right solution for you, and it won’t negatively affect the design, look and feel, or practical considerations of your home.

For instance, if a particular product needs to be substituted for another, we will do this without impacting the overall design aesthetic of the home. Or if we need to make any changes to the build time frame to get the products, we will discuss it with you, to make sure that you’re happy with the solution.

Our priority is keeping customers informed right through the process. So if you have any questions, just let us know. We’re not short on expert answers. Contact the team today. 

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