Pre-Design Worksheet

The two most common questions that are asked when designing a new home are where do I start and how much does it cost?

At Lifestage Home Designs we understand that, and the best way we’ve found to help our clients is to simply make a list of talking points to go over at our first meeting. This will give us a general sense of what you have in mind and how we can best develop a plan that fits your needs.

The items below are just a starting point to help frame our initial conversions but please try to provide as much detail as you can.

Any photos, design inspirations, etc. that you may have already compiled will be helpful to bring to our first meeting.

Let’s get started...

Introduce Yourself

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Square Footage and Spaces

Areas Most Important to You and Your Family
What other spaces do you need?

Styles and Materials

What Architectural style do you prefer?
What style house do you prefer?

Send more photos to info@lifestagehomedesigns.com

Land and Building Specifics

Do you own property to build on? is required
Are there known building restrictions/guidelines?
Estimated Construction Budget is required
Timeline for Construction is required

Anything Else We Should Know?

How did you hear about us?
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Let’s discuss your forever home.

If you’re ready to buy a house plan or are just starting to research universal design options, we’re happy to answer your questions. Our design experts can help you choose a home plan that suits your needs – for accessibility, aging in place, multigenerational living or long-term investment.

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