I'm interested in building; where do I start?
A. The first step is meeting with us to discuss your needs and
decide on a floor plan. We will talk about how you want your
new home built, both interior and exterior. After all the information
is gathered, we prepare a spec and bid sheet for you which outlines
everything we discussed, complete with a contract price. If
conventional financing is needed, you would then take this spec
and bid sheet to the financial institution of your choice to
get loan approval. After loan approval and signing of the construction
agreement, we are ready to start building!
Do I need to hire an architect to draw up my house plans?
No. Whether you bring us your own floor plan or one of our floor
plans, we have computer programs to draw up plans for your new
house. We draw all of our own plans, so we can revise and redraw
as often as needed. We can also give you a three-dimensional
drawing of your plans, whether it be the kitchen cabinets, or
the exterior of your home.
Q. What "hidden" costs may I encounter?
A. Our bid price for your new home will be complete. You'll
be able to move into your new home with both the interior and
exterior completed. Please check our Standard Features for an
outline of everything that is included. You will be responsible
to purchase accessories, such as storm doors, shower and bath
enclosures, window treatments, and furniture. You will also
need to purchase your own appliances except for a range and
a dishwasher, which are included.
How do I proceed with making choices for the products used in
my new house?
A. We have made every effort to make these choices as easy and
stress free as possible. We have customer choice forms for you
to fill out, and many of your selections can be made in our
model home showroom. We work closely with you throughout the
building process, and keep you informed of what's happening
and what's next. You are also welcome on the job site at any
time. We have nothing to hide!
Q. Do you build outside of your own subdivision?
Our main goal is to build in our own subdivision, Country Aire
Estates. This is where we do it best. However, there may be
exceptions to this, but they would only be considered when based
on our current schedule, cost of the project, and the building