Detailed disclosure of decoration can reduce dispu

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Disclosure is an important step in the formal decoration process. It is a process in which the designer explains the drawings to the constructor and determines the constructability of the drawings. Thorough disclosure can avoid many disputes in the later stage. Therefore, during the disclosure, the owner should confirm the construction project, and ask more questions to the designer, foreman and supervisor if there are special designs and projects.

disclosure is an important step in the formal decoration process, and it is a process for the designer to explain the drawings to the construction party and determine the constructability of the drawings. Thorough disclosure can avoid many disputes in the later stage. Therefore, during the disclosure, the owner should confirm the construction project. If there are special designs and projects, he should ask more questions to the designer, foreman and supervisor, so as to find unreasonable problems in time and avoid increasing or decreasing items in the later stage

disclosure materials must be complete

disclosure is a step before starting construction after signing the home decoration contract. At the time of disclosure, the designer, the owner, the foreman and the supervisor are required to be present, and the designer explains the construction project

the drawings that must be available during the disclosure include the original structure drawing, structural demolition and reconstruction drawing, plane furniture layout drawing, ground layout drawing, ceiling layout drawing, strong and weak current circuit diagram, water level diagram, and the detail drawing, elevation drawing and corresponding node diagram should also be available

if the construction drawings are incomplete, it is difficult for the construction workers to understand the relevant processes, which is easy to conflict with the original design effect. For example, if the ceiling drawing only has a plan view, without elevations and node drawings, it is difficult for workers to master the height and specific process of the ceiling, and it is easy to "watch and do" with experience, which may conflict with the original design effect or fail to achieve the original design effect at all. If there is no internal structure diagram in the cabinet diagram, workers are easy to "watch and do" according to the conventional practice, but it is likely that it will not meet the use functions required by the owner

there are many cases of incomplete construction drawings. The owner should require the designer to supplement the drawings before the commencement of construction, so as to avoid the contradiction between construction and design

casual observation is easy to leave hidden dangers

many designers' disclosure is casual observation, and disclosure for disclosure is not detailed. Before the on-site disclosure, the designer should make an internal disclosure with the foreman, that is, to explain the design details, structural demolition and modification, and special modeling in advance. In this way, the foreman can find some links with unreasonable design or difficult construction before the on-site disclosure, and communicate with the designer and make some modifications. However, many designers have omitted this link, and even the on-site disclosure is sloppy

however, the owners often think that the designer and the foreman have explained clearly, and because there are many people during the disclosure, and the conversation content is also very professional, the owners who are prepared are also very easy to get confused, vaguely followed the designer around and signed the on-site disclosure form. If the designer does not explain the process in detail, or deliberately conceals some special structures with great construction difficulties, it will bury the hidden danger of disputes for the decoration. In the late stage of construction, the project needs to be increased or decreased due to unreasonable design, and the drawings may not achieve the expected design effect, or the drawings may not meet the on-site needs, which is likely to cause problems such as over expenditure on decoration or extension of construction period, and these are the causes of disputes

ask if you don't understand and ask for confirmation

although many owners don't understand the construction drawings and professional terms, in order to avoid late disputes, you must remember to ask if you don't understand at the time of on-site disclosure. Once there are project additions and changes, you should make written confirmation to protect the rights and interests of later stage

the most effective way is for the owner to read the budget book room by room. See the construction project of each room and whether some key designs can be achieved. Ask if you don't understand. Even if the designer wants to hide, because it involves construction, the foreman is responsible for the specific construction process, and will be very concerned about whether and how the design can be achieved. The foreman will also raise questions about unreasonable design

in addition to the number of construction projects, the owner should also pay attention to the specific design, such as the thickness of the TV background wall, the height of the ceiling, etc. Because the thickness and height are different, the methods are different, and the materials, processes and costs involved are also different. For example, the background wall with a thickness of 2 cm only needs to be pasted with two layers of gypsum board, the background wall with a thickness of 3 cm needs to be nailed with wood square, while the background wall with a thickness of 6 cm or 8 cm needs to be made with wood keel or even steel keel frame. The materials are different, and the cost and beauty are also different

for the water and electricity demolition and reconstruction part and the structural demolition and reconstruction part, you need to ask the foreman and the supervisor. Since most designers will not go to the construction site when the water circuit is demolished and modified, the owner needs to pay attention to the water circuit addition and modification projects, and require the designer to explain the location of water and electricity, the location of cold and hot water pipelines, etc., and leave marks on the site. At the same time, ask the foreman and the supervisor about the feasibility of construction, such as the line direction, whether the wall demolition and reconstruction is feasible, etc

for some oral promises on site, the owner had better ask for written confirmation. For some temporarily added projects, such as the on-site production of wooden cabinets, if they are directly handed over to the foreman, the price will be preferential. However, because they are not recorded in the disclosure form or the project increase and decrease form is filled in later, not only the quality of wooden cabinets cannot be guaranteed, but also the owners cannot enjoy the company's warranty service. Therefore, if there are descriptions of additions and deletions and design changes, or some commitments of the designer, the owner should insist on writing them in the opinion column of the on-site disclosure sheet to avoid disputes in the later stage





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