If in previous articles, Tips on Choosing a Good House for the Family (Part 1), you’ve read a few tips to consider before buying a home, now you must consider several factors in choosing the ideal home for families.
When you’ve decided to buy a house with a good locations and complete certificates, now there are several factors you should consider related to the house.
The first factor is the rate of house building. You are strongly advised to read some articles from the internet or a magazine about home materials. This knowledge will help you in assessing whether to buy the house habitable or not. Do not let you be fooled by the terms used in the brochure or said by the seller because you do not know those terms. A good home will be able to stand firm and erect, not lopsided. Things you should know first are about the house foundation. You must know the foundation is being used by the house. Is the foundation stone intact, stone or split chicken claw? If you have read several previous articles about the foundation, then you can find out the advantages and disadvantages of the foundation of the house, do not forget to inquire into how the depth of the foundation.
The next thing is to know the material used to make walls. The wall is one of the home supports. Make sure you choose a home that uses a good quality of wall. In addition, the wall of a house must a strong wall and not cracked. This indicates that the wall was built using a mixture of cement and sand in the right ratio.
After knowing the quality of the wall, you also must consider that many rooms are in the house. The number of existing rooms in the house depending on the type of home do you see. A house with large type usually has more room numbers when compared with small type of a house. In assessing the feasibility of the room, you should pay attention to the circulation of air in the room. A good room should have windows to facilitate air exchange. You can see the quality of existing windows and doors in the house. What type of wood used on the doors and windows in the house? In assessing the feasibility of a house, you are required to be completely thorough before deciding to buy.
Some other things that must be considered to assess the feasibility of a home including floor and ceiling height, the material used to make the bathroom, electrical installations, and water and sewer lines. Actually there are many things that must be considered to assess the feasibility of a house, but the outline has been mentioned above.
The third factor to consider is the look of the facilities provided by the developer or the vendor, including the provision of clean water, telephone lines or the distribution of gas for the stove.
The point is, you must do feel free to ask questions about the details of choosing a good house for the family.