Knowing what’s inside the walls: By creating a virtual tour of the home before insulation and drywall go up, homeowners can capture a record of what is installed inside the walls, including wires, outlets, plumbing, and other components. This can help homeowners in the future if they need to make repairs or renovations that require access to the interior of the walls. By having a virtual tour that captures this information before the walls are covered, homeowners can refer to it as a reference when needed. This can save time and money by avoiding the need for exploratory demolition and reducing the risk of damaging any hidden components.
Catching mistakes and making changes: Our virtual tours can help homeowners identify any mistakes or issues in the construction process that may have been missed during traditional inspections. They can then communicate these issues with the builder and make changes before it’s too late.
Planning furniture placement and interior design: Homeowners can use the virtual tour to visualize and plan the placement of furniture, artwork, and other interior design elements. This can help them avoid costly mistakes or changes down the road.
Showing off the home: Homeowners can use the virtual tour to showcase their home to friends, family, or potential buyers before the construction is complete. This can help generate excitement and interest in the home.
Resale value: A virtual tour can be a unique and attractive selling point when it comes time to sell the home, as it provides potential buyers with a detailed and immersive view of the property.
Insurance purposes: In addition to the benefits listed above, virtual tours can also be utilized for insurance purposes. In the event of damage to the home, such as from a natural disaster or fire, a virtual tour can serve as a detailed record of the home’s contents and condition. This can be extremely valuable when working with insurance adjusters to file a claim and ensure that all damages are properly documented.
Future renovations: Homeowners can use the virtual tour as a reference when planning future renovations or updates to the home, as it provides a detailed and accurate representation of the space.