Experienced Professional

Every one of us has that desire to own a house. But not all of us are able to attain such desire because of the lack of resources and money to spend for it. That is why, once we are able to save money for house construction, we would make sure that not a single cent will be wasted. You will be assured that all your savings will grow into a beautiful and cozy house if you pick the right people to work on your home’s building.

So, before you hire people, know what kind of experts and professionals are really needed for house construction Like Architects, Civil Engineers, Electrical Engineers, Master Plumber, Contractors, Painters and Drywallers, Mason and Roofers, Carpenter, Interior Designers and Landscaper.

Timely Delivery

A project isn’t considered successful unless it’s on-time. But how do you go about making sure criteria are met?

Here are the steps we follow to be sure our projects are delivered on-time

Figure out the project scope – And stick with it

We’ve learned very early on to keep project scope in check. Every project inevitably will have a growing list of “nice to haves,” but are they actually necessary? Scope creep can lead to cancelled projects, as the person in charge of finances realizes the project is severely over budget with no end in sight. Always, always keep scope in mind!

Define project deliverables

If we don’t know where we’re going, how are we going to get there? Sounds obvious, right? Not only are each project’s deliverables clearly defined, but we also outline what will not be included in the project as well. We state our deliverables in detail and have them signed off and approved. This simple step allows us to more accurately estimate costs, time, and resources.

Dedication from the project team

To put it bluntly, our team determines the project outcome. Enthused, motivated team members will achieve results far beyond what the project manager anticipates. Our project manager takes care to set reasonable expectations, and clearly identifies tasks and responsibilities for each person. He/She makes sure every team member fully understands their priorities, regardless of full-time or part-time status. Team members, in turn, understand that daily job duties and distractions are not allowed to destroy project timelines.

Break up the project plan

We minimize the risk of delays and missed deadlines by breaking up a project into smaller, workable plans that the team can understand. This has the added benefit of allowing our team to see a project in various stages of completion. The project manager stays disciplined and won’t allow these smaller deadlines to slide.

Test early, and test often

We don’t wait until the end of the project to let the team see the results of their efforts! Testing is the best way to uncover and correct errors, and stops small mistakes from growing into bigger ones. Testing also allows team members to see their contributions in a tangible way, which in turn boosts morale and leads to a more confident and productive team.

Quality Materials

Quality Building Materials

Quality materials are essential for quality results; hand in hand with quality control, quality materials provide a sturdy and durable construction. As an investment, quality building materials work in conjunction with other aspects of a building. When building walls, high-quality materials provide the ideal environment for insulation, electrical components, and plumbing.


Quality materials have higher endurance and resistance to both time and weather conditions, which provides you with a higher assurance of safety. Through the proper construction of walls, the entire design’s integrity is increased. A professional team of bricklayers is aware of every building regulation and legislation, ensuring they are adhered to and that they provide you with a safe solution. Reliable and efficient, at Heritage Builders we have many years of experience in safely constructing a wall, as well as carrying out commercial and house extensions, guaranteeing you the best possible experience.


Choosing materials of high-quality that are able to be utilised to their utmost performance ensures their durability and a lesser chance of them having to be replaced. In addition, their performance will be better than other materials, guaranteeing that they last decades. Low-quality materials are prone to cracks and breaks but a construction project containing high-quality materials is sure to have a long life expectancy. Quality materials also ensure a lower need for maintenance and that your property always looks its best.

Cost Efficiency

Both short and long term, quality materials in construction ensure that you save on costs. Other materials of lesser quality require more frequent maintenance, which results in an expensive endeavour. Replacing or repairing broken areas of a wall can be a costly and difficult process, and choosing quality materials from the beginning can avoid bigger problems at a later time. Constructed with quality materials, your property has a higher value in the market should you ever decide to sell.


Regarding sustainability, the right materials need to be taken into account in order to provide a sustainable future. Considerations and worries over the environment have risen in the past decades, prompting materials to become more environmentally friendly. Working towards a green future, constructing walls with quality materials ensure proper insulation. Insulation is a big influencer in the well-functioning of a home and helps preserve heat. Building the foundations of a property’s walls to account for every aspect is vital. The combination of these factors (plus ensuring health and safety procedures at all times) guarantees that, when constructing elements such as walls, every aspect is working together to guarantee the highest quality of the end result.

Unique and Modern Designs

There are a number of basic components that any good design brief includes.
Getting our clients to include each of these in their brief makes your job as a designer that much easier.
A comprehensive, detailed brief becomes the guiding document for the entire design process, and spells out exactly what you, as the designer, need to do, and the constraints within which you need to do it.
In this article we’ll examine the basics needed for a great design brief which should help ease your design work and avoid any problems with your clients.
Here are the essential elements of a good design brief:

Budget Friendly

Kerala needs a budget-friendly home and there is a large demand for such homes from a lot of first-time buyers who are migrating to the cities. The supply and demand is skewed in the affordable housing sector. Construction cost can be controlled by the use of effective construction technology, better and effective execution by use of technology. The cost of construction has stabilised over the years if not for the sudden price hikes of steel and cement. The intent and massive opportunity to build affordable homes is evident but affordable housing is a low margin and high volume game.

Customer Service

Customer service opens the door to many benefits. There is literally no downside to it. For example, when our client feels respected, they are more likely to do repeat business, refer us, recommend us to their colleagues, and offer up glowing testimonials on and off line. Their referrals and support could mean more business, so it’s a win-win. Building a reputation for consistently delivering great service is one of the most powerful competitive advantages a business can have. Quesa has been proud to stand behind this mantra for a period – “Building Success Through Service”. Its guided us in a direction that’s not only provided tremendous benefit to our own business, but helped our customers sleep better at night. And really, isn’t that ultimately what we’re all after?