Modern Homes In Port Macquarie
From an early age Joel has been on construction sites and has over 10 years’ experience working as an apprentice, carpenter, leading hand and foreman, so he’s got a wealth of onsite knowledge at his disposal.
With plenty of experience and a family of his own, Joel is the perfect person to talk to us about the changing landscape of modern home design.
We asked Joel to take us through the changes he’s seen and what his customers expect in a home these days.
There’s more emphasis these days on “zoning” and separation of parent and children’s areas. Alfresco living and “bringing the outside in” is also important.
I think is just the feeling of openness and space that people find appealing. It also allows people to feel more together when they are in the living areas of the home.
That’s a tough one. It’s hard to go past the Wildflower 300 due to the dual access into the butler’s pantry.
I think this is because the kitchen is very much an entertaining space these days. A butler’s pantry allows people to keep the main kitchen free from clutter.
I’ve found that rear and side vehicle access is popular which is a bit more of a block/positioning feature. Other popular design features are 2.7 metre high ceilings and glass free shower configurations.
It eliminates hidden costs and makes the building experience worry and stress free.
If you’d like to talk to Joel and his friendly team, give them a call on 02 6516 2233.