Custom Homes

Land Use Consultation

Whether you are considering building your custom home on a developed lot in a neighborhood, developing and building on a rural parcel, or sub-dividing, there are many land use elements to consider. Each of these elements can affect your project cost and schedule. The key to success in this area is working with a seasoned professional who can efficiently and effectively complete a high-level analysis, and then work through the details in a way that will bring you the results that you want. We would love to consult with you, navigate the land use elements and turn your dream home into a reality.

Site Preparation

The level of site preparation necessary for a new custom home varies widely. Site preparation may include demolition of existing structures, frontage improvements, dealing with sewer, septic and water systems, providing storm water accommodations, clearing and grading and many other jobs. Work with us to plan and execute all of the necessary preparation to make a highly functional and beautiful site, fit for your new beautiful custom home.

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When it comes to the architecture and design of a custom home, the major key to success is working with a professional who has deep industry knowledge and experience in all facets of the craft. The skill set and sensibility required is vast. A great architect will be a key player in leading a project from an idea to a reality. An architect can help you in navigating feasibility, land use, permitting, structural collaboration, aesthetic design, space optimization and specifications. Work with us and our talented and experienced architecture firm associate and we will help you capture and refine your vision.

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Custom Construction

Building a great custom home requires an experienced builder with a real understanding of all of the building processes and systems. In addition to the technical prowess required, we provide you with a high level of clear communication, and facilitate collaboration and communication between you, the architect, the subcontractors, and the rest of the labor force. We would love to sit down and talk with you about your project and see if we can be of service to you.