- 1 measuring tape and/or ruler;
- 1 or 2 A4 sheets of paper;
- Send all the documentation below and up to 20MG to firstname.lastname@example.org;
- If the file exceeds the required size, you can use wetransfer, for free, or any other solution more convenient for you.
- If you have a pdf of the original plan, send it along with the remaining documents.
- Draw the floor plan of the room, including windows and doors. The more accurate the better;
- Take the general measurements of the room, wall to wall, in millimeters. Remove any furniture or objects that make it difficult to understand the room;
- Take detailed measurements such as:
- room height from floor to ceiling;
- the size of windows and their distance from the floor, ceiling, and walls (including the size of window frames);
- ceiling beams and recessed light fixtures;
- the size of doors and the distance between them and the walls;
- elements in the space such as radiators, fireplaces, among others, sanitary or kitchen equipments;
- existing furniture you intend to keep;
- the location of outlets, switches, and points of light;
- the height of floor skirtings and ceiling moldings.
- We love videos because they give us a good sense of of the room;
- You can make videos of the room, rotating on the same axis to make a panoramic view;
- Save the videos to MP4 format.
- Take photos under different conditions (daylight and night time), in order to check the light conditions of the room;
- You can take a panoramic photo;
- Photograph all corners of the room so we can get a sense of scale. Always try to get the floor and ceiling;
- Take pictures of outlets, radiators, switches, ceiling light points, fireplace, curtain rails, ceiling moldings, skirtings
- it’s important to take some farthest pictures to understand the scale and where it is located;
- Save the photos in JPEG or PNG format.