Scott J. Binsack, CEO of Mansions and Estates International Consulting

When planning a home renovation, restoration or addition, it can be a challenge to visualize the finished result. But now, technology makes it simple to catch a glimpse of your new and improved home.

Virtual 3D renderings allow you to view your future home in a realistic computer-generated world. And while it’s just plain cool to view your renovated, remodeled or expanded home in a virtual world, these renderings can also be quite helpful when it comes to perfecting and refining your plans.

It can be very difficult to accurately imagine the dimensions and angles of a new or revamped room. It’s even more challenging to evaluate the size of a room without furniture. As a result, it’s commonplace to hear clients say something to the effect of “Oh, I didn’t realize this room would be so small” or “I wish I’d made this room larger.”

Viewing your home improvements in a virtual world can give you a chance to preview the finished rooms with furniture. This will give you a better feel for the new space and its dimensions, enabling you to determine whether you need to expand in certain areas.

An increasing number of architects now offer virtual 3D renderings for their clients. For those architects who don’t offer virtual renderings, you can simply provide your blueprints to a digital firm that specializes in virtual home renderings.

Don’t forget to read our related articles on how to choose an architect and 3 mistakes to avoid when building a home.

Hiring a seasoned consultant can also make your renovation, remodel or home building process much easier. Turn to “Scott Binsack” of Mansions & Estates International. Call 570-259-4315.


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