The best builders know that the initial meeting is about earning your trust.
A big factor in someone's choice of a builder is their comfort with the first person they meet from the company, whether it's the owner or a member of his staff. Natural rapport is important, but gut feelings also play a role--feelings some homeowners aren't sure how to interpret.
The Multi-Generational Home
While most older homes weren’t designed for an aging population, it's not difficult to make a new home accessible.
The word "accessibility" makes some people imagine wheelchair ramps and institutional grab bars, but the truth is that a well-designed multi-generational space feels like a home, not a hospital. There are many creative ways to make a home feel welcoming to everyone, and as a bonus, accessible features provide an edge in the market when it's time to sell.
A great finish doesn't come inexpensively, but it can make or break the look of a custom home. Many homeowners are educated to the fact that plumbers and electricians are fairly expensive but are often surprised at the prices charged by other subcontractors. The most obvious example of this is the professional painting company.
Recent research shows what homeowners want in this crucial room Although the design of a custom home is a personal statement, most people give at least some thought to market appeal. For this, the most important aspect is the kitchen.