Managing your own self-build?
Let’s be four steps ahead together!
Are you project managing your build? Struggling to stay organised and avoid self-build pitfalls? No budget to hire a project manager?
Four Steps Ahead is a revolutionary new project management software designed specifically for self-builders and aiming to make project management accessible for all. It condenses the knowledge, experience, and processes developed by Four Walls Group over two decades into a handy tool you can take with you anywhere. Your project success is the goal!
What can you do with Four Steps Ahead?
Capture your vision
Craft your schedule
Build & manage your budget
Track your progress
Checklists for everything!
Insights, tips, and templates to help you build your dream home!
Why use Four Steps Ahead?
According to Checkatrade, “Around 90% of unmanaged building and renovation projects overspend by an average of 20% of the total estimated cost. That’s a whopping £20k overspend for every £100k budgeted for.” A project management company like Four Walls is the best way to mitigate that risk, but many people baulk at spending 12-15% of their build budget on professional project management.
The toolkit is designed to support self-builders who want to manage their own build, allowing you to use the same tools as a professional project manager, at a fraction of the cost of hiring one. We’ve also added essential tips and checklists which give you a dose of professional insight to add to the mix. If you need more help at any point, there’s a panic button on the home page that will let you book a 1:1 consultation with us for extra support.
We’re here to help you achieve your dream build!
What do I pay for it?
The Four Steps Ahead subscription is just a touch more than your daily cappuccino and can be billed in six monthly chunks to help you better manage your cashflow across the build, or annually for the best overall rate. This means that you can save money on the first year of your build, but you don’t have to commit to the full year where your build timelines may only have a few months left.