Dzinly, a computer-aided home improvement design and build software provider, has expanded its home technology platform to include virtual renderings to meet the needs of contractors and builders.
With the Dzinly program’s new renderings, contractors can experiment with building materials to bring clarity to finished products and eliminate the often time-consuming and frustrating materials selection process homeowners endure when constructing or renovating their home.
Once homeowners land on the perfect design, contractors and builders can move from inspiration to implementation quickly through Dzinly’s dashboard. They can access comprehensive architectural plans, precise building material quantities, construction specifications, additional qualified contractor resources, and financing options.
“Mixing up textures and different materials is an exterior design trend that continues to gain momentum,” says Jackie Mosher, co-founder of Dzinly. “The sheer number of options can be exciting but also overwhelming for homeowners who often struggle with visualizing what siding, brick, concrete, steel, stone, and wood accents will look like on their home. Technology driven exterior design is changing that by empowering contractors and homeowners alike so they can move forward confidently.”
The building material selection process is an issue that has plagued the exterior home renovation industry for years, according to Dzinly. The use of small samples of materials that look great on their own often do not translate to the desired aesthetic homeowners seek.
Through its AI capabilities, Dzinly instantly identifies every external component of a house through an uploaded photo and provides realistic renderings where designers, architects, homeowners, real estate professionals, and now contractors and builders can easily experiment with paint color palettes, architectural upgrades, and lighting in addition to building materials.
“The success of my projects increases exponentially when I use Dzinly, from working with homeowners during the initial planning stage to project completion and all the tasks in-between,” says Greg LaMarco of LaMarco Homes, a custom home builder in Birmingham. “The benefits can be quantified through cost and time-savings as well as by the intangibles of improved collaboration with my clients and their satisfaction with the end result.”