The Startling Truth on Building the Perfect House

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THERE IS NO PERFECT HOUSE.
It is one thing to want to build your dream house and to even get to the stage of building your dream house. You must realize from the very beginning that, no matter what you, your architect or designer, and your builder (us) do, and no matter how much money you have, there will be something unanticipated and the house will not be perfect. No matter how much you plan and prepare, the house cannot and will not be perfect. You will save yourself, your realtor, your architect or designer, and your builder unbelievable stress and discontent if you accept this truth before you even start. All houses differ from theory (the blueprint, specifications and plans) to reality. No one can anticipate the unique situation of an individual house on a particular property. Even the subdivision house that is built over and over again has things happen that make it different each time it is built. good carpenters and builders can cover up discrepancies and mistakes and that is what makes them skilled and good at their trade.

You will be much more successful and pleased with the end result if you do not try to build a perfect house. instead, find a plan that meets your needs within your budget and add a few personal touches. You will end up with more perfect house that will serve you well and resell well.
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  • Build within the Given Market in the Area
  • Does the House Design Fit Well with the Other Homes in the General Area?

A Customized House or a Custom House?

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You will Understand the difference between a customized house and a custom house. A customized house can be a unique design that you, your designer, and builder have created; you are going to select items (perhaps even some custom-built items) to put into the house.
A custom house is the one in which you personally hand select each piece of wood and everything else used to construct it. If you do not like a particular item or something about the house, you have the time and money to have it torn apart and reconstructed. Most people say they are having a custom house built, but mean they are having a customized house built. If you really are having a custom house built, you must tell your builder (us) in advance because creating an accurate budget for a true custom house can be nearly impossible. When building a customized house, you can make changes during the construction process. However, you must keep in mind that 99 percent of the time, if you make a change, you will be charged for it. This is true, especially if anything has to be rebuilt or moved. Also, you keep in mind that some changes you desire may not be able to be made. Many times homeowners want to change walls and do not realize that a particular wall they want to move may be a load-bearing or it may affect an entire truss system or something else critical to be structural integrity of the house.
Your builder (us) should be experienced enough and honest enough to tell you when something is impossible or something that you will regret having done in the future. You must also be prepared to accept that even a seemingly minor change can affect the cost of numerous other items that no one can foresee when the changes are being made or considered.

Are you the Owner and plan to Build a House?

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There are many good and bad times involved with home construction. Hopefully, we, the builders will assist you in having more good times than bad, and the construction of your own single-family dwelling will be a rewarding, enjoyable experience. If you are not a residential contractor and you want to build your own house without a contractor, come to your senses. We would suggest that you try to build a car first; if you succeed, you may be able to build a house. Most of the people who try to be their own contractor think they're going to save money. If they knew how many legitimate contractors sometimes don't see a profit on a house, they would not be so foolish. Don't think you can work at your regular job and build a house on the side. Don't think that all the subcontractors that you're going to need are going to stop work with their year-round contractors just to come work on your one house. Don't think you can build a house cheaper than someone who's set up in a business to build houses. Find someone who has tried to be his own contractor and ask if they would do it again. The best advice I can give to these people is to save their money, time and heartburn and hire a good residential contractor.

Steps to Follow in Building a house - Our Services


These are the steps to follow:
1. Site and house planning and Design
2. Foundations
3. Masonry and Fireplaces
4. Framing
5. Roofing
6. Windows and exterior doors
7. Exterior siding
8. Stairs, Ramps, and Elevators
9. Exterior Trim Work
10. Plumbing, fixtures, and Hardware
11. Electrical and Lighting
12. Heating, Ventilation, and Air conditioning
13. Insulation
14. Sheetrock and interior walls
15. Ceramic Tile and Stone
16. Floors
17. Interior Trim and Cabinets
18. Paint, finishes, and the punch list
19. Glass, smoke and mirrors
20. Carpet
21. Appliances and furnishings
22. Landscaping
23. Cost and Scheduling
24. Warranty and Maintenance

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Our services dwell with your wishes on points: 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 9, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
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  • Catalog 2008 (internal, external design, sanitary)
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