Keeping Changes In Mind When Looking At Display Homes
Visiting a display home is a great way of starting the process of visualising your new home. You can get a good idea of what you do and don't like about a design, and begin to plan the practicalities of moving in.
When walking through a display home, some people think that what they see must be like the finished product. But it doesn’t have to be. McDonald Jones Homes offers a large range of home designs which are flexible and can be customised to suit your specific needs and desires. It's your home—so we listen to you.
Visiting a Display Home
Every journey begins with a first step, and for many people that is visiting a display home with a design that appeals to them. Keep in mind though that the whole purpose of a display home is just to give you the beginning of an idea as to what your life might be like on a property like that. You can still implement many changes.
If you’re thinking of how to personalise the display home design, begin with the outside. Simple things like your own unique take on the garden, your preference for fencing, or your choice of facade to maximise street appeal. These elements make you feel like you're putting a personal touch on the house. Keep your eye on the size and shape of the yard of your lot and compare that to the property when visiting a display home.
Even in especially safe areas, you want the peace of mind that comes with knowing your home and contents are being looked after and protected. Display homes aren’t necessarily kitted out with all the bells and whistles that you might eventually install, but they are very easy to customise. Any display home could readily be fitted out for a security system of your own choosing.
Heating and Cooling
There are so many different types of heating and cooling these days, and everyone has their own preferences. Some people prefer single air conditioning units in their bedroom and living room only, to cool down the house in a scorching hot summer. Some people couldn’t bear to think of not having a heating and cooling system throughout the whole house. There is tremendous flexibility in changing the heating and cooling systems from what you see in a display home, to exactly what you want in your new home.
When you build a new home for yourself and your family, you want to know that it's built to last. At McDonald Jones, we know a thing or two about building homes that stand the test of time. We've been doing it for over thirty years. Start the journey towards your dream home by contacting us online or calling on 1300 555 382.