Luxury Custom Homes Building Process

We want you to feel a part of one of the most important purchases in your life. Here is a brief outline of the building process you’ll go through with us.

1. Design Process

To start with, we’ll provide you with a Home Questionnaire. When you fill it out, picture what you want your home to look like. You can choose a home plan from our portfolio or customize a house from the ground up. We’ll work with you and the architect to ensure your home is drawn to your specifications.

2. Contract

Once the architect has completed your plans, our legal team will draft your contract. After the contract is signed, we will apply for your building permit. This process can take several weeks, depending on the municipality. In the meantime, our Design Team will reach out and start your selections process. When we receive the building permit, we can begin the construction of your home.

3. Preconstruction

We invite you to a preconstruction meeting just a few days before construction begins. Here, you’ll meet your Project Manager, who is onsite and oversees the daily construction of your home. At the meeting, we’ll review your plans, selections, and any upgrades or additional work you’ve requested. We’ll also be here to answer any questions and give you an overview of the construction process.

4. Construction Process

Once construction has begun, you will be part of several in-person walk-throughs, including the framing, electrical, shower door, mirrors, accessories, and landscaping. Feel free to request any additional walkthroughs as your home building progresses. You will also receive weekly progress reports from your project manager to keep you well-informed of everything going on with your home’s construction.

5. Final Steps

When your home is nearly complete, your Project Manager and one of our design coordinators will schedule a final walk with you to review your home. At that time, they will create a punch list of items to be completed before your move-in. Within the first two weeks of living in your new home, we invite you to contact us with any questions or concerns before your home goes into the warranty stage.