The Building Process of Custom Homes
We begin by scheduling a meeting to review your plans and a help prepare a list of specifications regarding the items that you wish to include in your home. If you do not have plans, we will assist you with the plan process. From the set of plans and specifications, a preliminary budget will be created. Upon completion, in roughly one week, we will meet again to review the budget. When the budget is agreed upon, a formal contract and specifications will be produced for your review and signature. Once accepted, it will take approximately two to three weeks for banking and title company processing to obtain interim closing. Upon closing, the construction will begin. The average move in date from this point is approximately six months.
What We Do
Design.We can meet with you and review your ideas, sketches, or preliminary drawings and offer many suggestions on rooms and other areas that you may not have considered.
House Placement.We can conduct a site visit at your land and offer suggestions for house placement to help reduce construction costs.
Financing.We can refer you to one or more banks for interim and permanent funding assistance.
Open House.We will host an open house at your new home the weekend before you move in for your family and extended family.
Decorator.We will refer you to a decorator to assist with your exterior and interior selections. This fee is included in your contract.
Land Acquisition.We can refer you to a realtor for assistance if we do not have a lot available.
Architect Plans.We can refer you to an architect to further draw and finalize your plans and attend the meetings with you if you would like. This is a complementary service, and if the architect draws your plans, I do not receive a fee. The plans belong to you, and not any one builder. Styles include Tuscan, Old World, Mediterranean, Hill Country and Contemporary to name a few.
Product Selections.We can accompany you to the plumbing store, lighting store, and other vendors to help assist in selections once construction has begun. Complementary service.