New Construction Geophysical Mapping

When planning to build a new home or building it is very important to consult with an experienced Feng Shui practitioner before any ground is broken. If you are planning a remodel it is vital to have a practitioner go over your plans and verify that your addition or “improvements” will actually improve your home or building. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve been called in to assess a structure after the work has been done and found that the new master bedroom is completely unusable as such or that the once happily married couple that made the improvements together is now divorced and miserable after the “improvements” were made. Many sound marriages have been shattered by remodels that haven’t been subjected to geophysical mapping by a qualified Feng Shui practitioner. My rates for new construction or remodel analysis are variable but usually my fee is about 1% of the total cost of your project. Please fill out the form here and note that you are interested in geophysical mapping for construction.

2 thoughts on “New Construction Geophysical Mapping

  1. Hello, I work for MainVue Homes….we recently came out with a floor plan geared towards being very feng shui. It is called the Emporium. Feel free to check it out on our webiste.

    1. Hi Laura,
      A well laid out floor plan is nice but good feng shui hinges on the time element as well as space. The Qi pattern of a house or building depends on how it is oriented as well as when it is constructed. The only way to ensure that a new home or building will have good practical feng shui is for the architect or developer to consult with a professional practitioner.
      Please let me know if I can assist you further.

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