But what if you could view – and even walk around – a 3D image of the completed renovation before you start?
We at Pzazz Building have come up with what we think is the solution.
Recent technology advances have taken 3D modelling from the standard of the example on the left above to the photo-realism of the example on the right.
Modern 3D modelling software allows designers to experiment with design, colour and light, even using images of clients’ existing furniture to see what works and what doesn’t. That way, both designer and client can see exactly what the finished renovation project will look like, and make any adjustments or alterations before building starts.
We at Pzazz Building also offer you a video “walk through” of your completed renovation to show you and your family and friends just what living in your new environment will be like.
Of course, all this comes with a price, depending on the scale of your intended renovation. So the question you may be asking if you’re planning a renovation is: Is it worth paying extra for 3D modelling of my project?
At Pzazz Building, we believe that 3D modelling has the potential to revolutionise the renovation industry by overcoming one of the biggest issues for clients – not being able to see what you’re getting before you get it.
By making the intangible tangible for the first time, we can save you both time and money by allowing you to work with us and our designers to plan your renovation before your very eyes, thereby avoiding any surprises during the actual building process where you may want to make changes during the project.
Here’s what one couple said about their 3D modelling experience:
“Computer generated renderings for renovations cost money but they can prevent you from making even costlier mistakes down the road. The renderings we received helped reassure us that we were making a good decision on our project.”
To view examples of our “walk through” videos, click here.
To talk with your local Pzazz Building affiliate about the 3D modelling of your next renovation project, click here.