The Best Architects in Seminole County FL Are the Ones Verified as Safe To Hire
Architects in Seminole County FL bearing The Prime Buyer's Report TOP 10 symbol are those architectural firms that have exceeded the minimum Florida regulatory requirement. They are the architects proven by our independent research to have passed the TOP 10 requirements for competency and experience, carry liability insurance as protection for you the client, and for whom our staff has called previous clients to verify high satisfaction with them as architects in Seminole County FL, including residential and commercial architects.
Updated November 4, 2016
|Petrilli Romero & Associates|
145 W Pine Ave # 2005
Longwood, FL 32750
Areas Served: Altamonte Springs,Seminole County,Oviedo FL,Sanford FL,Winter Springs FL,Forest City
Services: architects, contemporary architecture, traditional architecture, green architecture
|Bock & Partners Architecture|
994 Lake Destiny Rd
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Areas Served: Seminole County,Oviedo Florida,Sanford FL,Altamonte Springs,Winter Springs FL,
Services: architects, residential architects, commercial architects for all architectural
|Starmer Rinaldi Planning & Architecture|
101 S Central Ave
Oviedo, FL 32765
Areas Served: Seminole County,Wekiwa Springs,Sanford Florida,Altamonte Springs,Oviedo Florida
Services: architects for residential & commercial design, new construction & remodels
|Heilman Architecture PA|
999 Douglas Ave # 3322
Altamonte Springs, FL 32714
Areas Served: Casselberry FL,Seminole County,Wekiwa Springs,Sanford FL,Altamonte Springs FL
Services: commercial architects, civic architectural design, residential architecture
|MDC Architects Inc|
725 Primera Blvd # 230
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Areas Served: Seminole County,Sanford FL,Altamonte Springs FL,Oviedo FL,Winter Springs FL,Longwood
Services: local architects for sustainable design,modern architecture, traditional architecture
|Burke Hogue & Mills Associates Inc|
100 Colonial Center Pkwy # 150
Lake Mary, FL 32746
Areas Served: Oviedo Florida,Sanford Florida,Seminole County,Altamonte Springs,Casselberry FL
Services: architectural design, contemporary architects, traditional architects, blueprints
Architects in Seminole County Florida are not required by state law to have professional liability insurance; however, all architects bearing The Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 designation do have that liability insurance coverage to reimburse you in the event of a loss due to errors, in addition to passing all other requirements for status as Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 such as our research phone calls to their previous clients, sufficient length of time in business, verified license, good complaint record, and more.
Step 1: Describe Your Intent to the Architects
Detail your goals and ideas for the building design to the architects, and how you intend to use it. Be consistent in your explanation to each architect so that each one gets to respond to the same information.
Step 2: Answer The Architects' Questions & Write Down What They've Asked
To personalize the design, good architects would have questions about the purposed uses of the design, your living habits, and more. Part of their job is to create a blend of your needs and style with the practical requirements of the building code, and with your budget. The specific questions an architect asks you will reveal their likely ability to do this.
Step 3: Ask Questions of the Architects & Note Down The Answers
Ask these questions about their previous experience, abilities, background, and processes:
• How long have they been an architect in Seminole County FL? (Different areas have different temperatures, soil conditions, sunlight exposures, etc that should accounted for in the final design. How much previous experience they have doing design plans specific to your location shows the likelihood they know these aspects and how best to design for them.)
• How many other designs have they done specifically in your city that were built? (Different cities have their own codes that must met for plan approval, and different processes for getting approved. Previous experience getting design plans approved by your own city indicates their ability to do a design that can get approval and in a timely way.)
• What permits will be needed? If so, will they get those for you? (Unpermitted work can prevent you from selling the property and even subject you to fines and repair costs to get it to code.)
• Do they only do the architectural design or can they manage the whole project from start to finish?
• Will the architects provide names and numbers of clients you can call for references? (All architects bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had client references called by our research staff so you don't have to.)
• How do they structure the fee?
• How many other designs have they done that are just like yours? (Green design, traditional architecture versus modern, commercial design versus custom home design, etc.)
• Do they have a specialty that makes them unique or particularly valuable?
• What do they do to stay up on current design trends or on recent innovations in materials or technologies, such as continuing education, seminars, etc?
• How long will it take to complete your design plans once they begin?
• What is their educational background?
• Who at their firm will actually be doing the design work? (The principal architect might have good credentials but what if they pass your project to less experienced junior architects on their staff?)
• Will they show you proof of professional liability insurance that will reimburse you for a loss due to error? (All architects in Seminole County bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had proof of insurance verified by our research staff so you don't have to.)
When you've chosen the best architects in Seminole County for your own needs, make sure they are licensed by the state of Florida. (All architects in Seminole County bearing the Prime Buyer's Report-TOP 10 symbol have already had their state license verified by our research staff so you don't have to.)