Flex space has become more prevalent in both new homes and remodeling. Flex spaces are rooms that take on the purpose of the present home owner's needs but can adjust with changes as they occur. What may have once started out as a guest bedroom can be redecorated to serve as a hobby room, library, office or elderly parent's room. This allows home owners to stay in their homes longer as it continues to serve their needs throughout life's stages.
In addition, the tech-savvy boomer generation also wants top-of-the-line amenities for their homes such as a media room with surround sound and central control systems, which manage all media sources in one location. The house may include a wireless home network (Wi-Fi), remote control lighting and security features.
One example of this trend is The Plan Collection's House plan 109-1086 offers all of these amenities including a bonus room, or flex space that can be converted into a home office or a tech/media center. The open floor plan makes it easier to get around. The master bedroom is split off with walk in closets and double vanities. There are enough bedrooms for guests or conversion into to flex space for an office, hobby room or aging parents. Moreover, there are plenty of larger windows for natural lighting.
The company also recently announced its Best Plan Price Guarantee program which guarantees that TPC house plans are offered at the best and lowest price possible. If a consumer finds an identical plan on another house plan website for a lower total price* (including advertised promotion discounts and shipping), TPC will match the price, providing an additional five percent off the purchase for the house plan. Customers may claim the best price guarantee by sending TPC the URL link of the plan detailing the same pricing on another website within 30 days from time of purchase.
About The Plan Collection (http://www.theplancollection.com/product-ideas/)
The Plan Collection is driven by the simple idea that great house design should be affordable and readily accessible to everyone. The company provides homeowners, prospective homeowners and builders with more than 20,000 house plans selected from the nation's leading designers and architects along with tens of thousands of instructional images and inspirational photos.
From the days of printed house plan books to PCs, the Internet, social media, and now tablets -- The Plan Collection (TPC) and its founders have been dedicated to providing users with a better, more convenient and more valuable home building experience. Customers enjoy the benefits of a broad selection of high quality home plans and detailed how-to information, an easy-to-search site and knowledgeable customer service. TPC understands what homeowners are looking for, and delivers better search results to its users. As a result, thousands of houses have been built at a lower cost using pre-drawn house plans that meet homeowners' specific needs and desires.
* The price must be in United States currency, published on a competitor's site and verifiable. It also must be for the same quantity, plan construction drawing package, foundation and other options and shipping. We will not honor misprints or other pricing errors.
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