1. If I hire PMB, how do I go about executing the project?
There are 2 ways one can go about it.
Option1: You can hire a designer and appoint single or multiple contractors to execute the project. Drawback in this case is of multiple parties involved and none taking full responsibility, the gaps multiply and it becomes very difficult to pinpoint problems and figure solutions because everyone would tend to think that the blame lies with someone else.
Option 2: You could hire PMB to do a turnkey job. In this case you have the comfort of dealing just one person. We have enough experience to foresee and resolve any conflicts amongst vendors and ensure smooth progress of the project.
2. What if I have the time, money and taste to do interior and exterior designing by me?
This is quite an interested question but there is a lot more in getting a space designed. Firstly, PMB know the best places for any sort of material or item you might be looking for. Time and money may not be a constraint for you but why get your mind bogged with bargaining and selecting the best showroom for your requirements when there is always a help at hand. Plus, there are a lot of technicalities that are involved in designing any space which probably are best known to designers. With PMB, you can be assured that all aspects are taken care of and there are no surprises.
3. Is it true that hiring an interior designing and architecture company will increase the project cost?
No, this is only a myth that has been doing rounds for too long. The fact is, PMB always help you get the best stuff at the best price. Helping you source is just one of the benefits, which incidentally helps you recover designer’s fee, but larger benefits are in terms of design because a designer by virtue of his/her training and experience can ensure that all requirements are being met and planned for in advance so that there are no surprises at the end. PMB can also help add to the aesthetics as they would tend to look at the spaces more holistically rather than just focusing on one or two elements.
4. How fast the work can be commenced post the discussion phase?
There is always temptation to start the work soon you hire a designer and even before full plan has been developed. While it may seem that one will save valuable time, in reality it is not so. Starting work before a detailed plan has been developed is a waste of both time and resources. With full planning, one can easily control time and cost of executing a project.
5. How long will it take for the project to be complete?
Typically, any residential interior project may take between 2 to 4 months of execution time after a detailed plan has been finalized. And a commercial project may take 1.5 to 3 months. Delays can happen if there are changes in design midway or change in specs. Therefore, it is better to take extra time in finalizing details than be in a hurry to start execution.