If you are planning to build and open your new Dental practice, you must be thinking about how the end result looks. Everything has fallen into place perfectly and you have new patients waiting to get into your chair. Of course, that’s what you expect. But how do you get there? Be sure to do your research and avoid the pitfalls that effect many dental practitioners.
There are 3 Major Factors which can greatly impact the smooth construction of your new business. Of course, there are not only 3; there are 2 more significant factors which compound the smooth construction issues. Efficient planning to make a prosperous future come true, can make all the difference in your project.
3. Plan the Plumbing: This might sound like a strange statement but it has invaluable validity. When planned and executed correctly, you might think of your office plumbing as an unbearable, yet necessary, cost. However, when done incorrectly, then the cost rises even more. You’re dealing with loss of profitable time, and the stress is truly unbearable and unavoidable. Accept it and deal with it up front, to make the most of your money, time and emotions. It is costly to lay the pipes in the floor for the specific needs of a dental office, but there are planning options to keep the cost as low as possible.
There are three options for plumbing in the flooring:
4. Choose Contractor Wisely: The interviewing process of choosing the best design/build team for your future business can make or break you. If a contractor’s pricing seems too low, then it’s best to assume he hasn’t enough experience in the specific needs of a dental office to know his own costs. So, beware. Your mission, is to choose the right contractor with the best dental experience in the region who will get your office done on time, on budget and with the quality expected.