As you plan for your new home, one of the first things to consider is to whether working with us to build a custom home, and how it should be built. There are hundreds, if not thousands of decisions you would need to make when customizing your home. There are the fun ones to think about, like picking cabinets, flooring, and tiles for the bathroom; but there are far more options.
Know what you want before you start. We can help you create the exact plans for your home, but you need to know how many rooms, the preferred building materials, and the size and style of the home before starting. Some of those details can change during the planning process, but you can save a lot of time buying going in planning with knowing what you’d like.
Take time in the planning process. Floor plans, materials, and designs are easily changeable while everything is still on paper. However, when the building starts, it can be more difficult. Worry not, we can help you decide what you’d like in your house, and you can take all the time you need when planning. We like to be careful and avoid jumping into building stage until you are ready and comfortable with the plans of your new home!
Have everything in writing. We can help you create plans as well help you with the paper work that will need to be provided to build a modular home. We can help guide you to make a detailed idea that lays out what services are to be performed, the schedule of progress payments, and other additional variables. We can even help and recommend models of bathtubs, air conditioners, and other building features.
Visit your lot often. Questions of how somethings should be done or placed may come up every so often. To answer questions and make sure you like the way things are going, plan to stop several times a week to make decisions and assess the progress.
Modular homes are built to the local building code, just as a traditional stick-built home. Modular homes take advantage of the efficiencies of factory construction to deliver great value and also take advantage of many other opportunities such as energy efficiency.