Frequently Asked Questions
What us the process
of building a home?
- Find and purchase your lot.
- Decide what type of house you like.
- Select the builder.
- Obtain the necessary permitting.
- Site prepwork completed.
- Foundation work begins.
- Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing ground work.
- Framing of residence.
- Roofing Deck & Roofing installed.
- Exterior Sheathing applied.
- Windows & Doors installed.
- HVAC rough-in work completed.
- Plumbing rough-in performed.
- Electrical rough-in completed.
- Insulation installed in walls & attic.
- Sheetrock hung in interior.
- Sheetrock is taped & textured to desired finish level.
- Exterior finish work commences.
- Interior Trim Carpentry begins.
- Paint & Staining completed.
- Flooring (Tile, Wood and/or Engineered) is installed.
- Eletrical, HVAC, & Plumbing work is finalized.
- Final jobsite Clean-up.
- New Residents Move-in.
- Punch-list walkthrough & Warranty work begin.
What are the different styles
of homes available?
- Art Deco
- Cape Cod
- Dutch Colonial
- English Tudor
- Federal Colonial
- French Provincial
- Georgian Colonial
- Greek Revival
- Log Home
- Mid-Century Modern
- Pueblo Revival
What are the different types
of homes available?
- Modular home
- Ranch home
What are the different materials
used in home construction?
What is the typical cost to build a home?
What are some of the common pitfalls to avoid when building a home?
What are some of the benefits of building a home?
How do I get started with a Custom Home?
When will my Custom Home be ready?
What are the benefits of building a Custom Home?
What types of Custom Homes can be built?
What are some of the most common Bathroom Renovation projects?
What types of bathrooms are available?
When should I start my Bathroom Renovation?
What benefits can one expect from a Bathroom Renovation?
What is a Kitchen Remodel?
What are the different types of Remodeling?
What are some of the most common Home Remodeling projects?
What types of Home Remodeling services does your business offer?
What is your business philosophy about Home Remodeling?
- Natural materials
- Mud & Clay
- Brick & Block
- Cement Composites